Monday, March 25, 2013
Township police and the county sheriff's department are investigating the reported burglaries.
Morris Township Police were called to the Westin Hotel on Whippany Road on the morning of March 17, on a report of several burglarized cars. According to a police statement, officers found three BMWs and one Lexus had been vandalized. Entry into two vehicles was gained and one of the vehicles had all four tires and rims taken, police said, adding that the incident is believed to have occurred sometime between 4 a.m. and 8 a.m. Morris Township detectives and members of the Morris County Sheriff’s Department’s Special Services Division are investigating the matter, the statement said. Anyone with information is asked to call the Morris Township Detective Bureau at 973-326-7480.
Monday, February 11, 2013
Police said valuable items were taken from James Street neighborhood.
- POLICE & FIRE
Monday, February 11
Morris Township police are asking residents to lock their cars and remove valuable items to prevent them from being stolen following the thefts of several vehicles in the James Street neighborhood on Friday night. According to an alert sent through the township's Nixle system, officers responded to the neighborhood after items were reported stolen. Capt. Richard Ferrone said police believed the apparent thefts happened between midnight and 5 a.m. "The items taken from the unlocked cars ranged from loose change to woman's purses," he said. "Residents are reminded not to leave valuables in their vehicles and to secure them when leaving them outside." As a precaution, Ferrone said residents should try to park in a well-lit area or one covered…
Friday, September 2, 2011
Men in total arrested in Chatham Boro Tuesday, police said.
Chatham Borough Police arrested four men, all in their 20s, after finding stolen goods in the car they were riding in. At 2:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 30, officers responded to Tallmadge Avenue after a resident reported hearing people opening and closing car doors, police said. The resident told police he believed they were breaking into cars, according to a police statement. Police said officers observed a 2004 Toyota driving in the opposite direction with four occupants as they approached the scene. Police stopped the vehicle and while speaking with the occupants they noticed numerous pieces of electronic equipment in the car, police said. A search of the car was conducted and numerous navigation devices, jewelry, currency and documents …