Police Log: Jan. 12 – 18, 2017

Jan. 12

  • Someone threw a brick through the front of window of De Island Breez on Franklin Boulevard and stole a cash register containing $100 in cash. The register was valued at $250.

Jan. 13

  • Someone entered an unlocked 2015 Toyota Corolla parked on Liam Street and removed a woman’s Old Navy jacket valued at $100 and a man’s North Face jacket, also valued at $100.
  • A Holland Drive home was burglarized during the day. Stolen was a Toshiba laptop valued at $1,000, and $120 in cash.

Jan. 14

  • Someone forced their way into a Somerset Street business through a window.
  • Someone broke into the Franklin Park Diner early in the morning of Jan. 14 and stole a piece of vanilla cake. The cake was valued at $2.
  • Someone smashed a glass door at an Easton Avenue business in an attempt to break in.
  • Someone entered an unlocked 2014 Kia and stole a pair of Gucci sunglasses valued at $400.

Jan. 15

  • Someone broke into a guest’s room at a Cedar Grove Lane hotel and stole an Apple iPad valued at $500.
  • Someone entered an unlocked car on Como Drive and stole a black leather jacket valued at $100 and pain medication valued at $197.

Jan. 17

  • Joseph Murray 33, of the township, was arrested on a warrant.
  • Unidentified people got into a fight outside an Easton Avenue business, which ended with the business suffering a broken window valued at $400.
  • An Ari Drive home was burglarized.

Jan. 18

  • A bathroom vent in an Easton Avenue building caught fire, but was extinguished before police and firefighters arrived.
  • Someone entered and exited a Girard Avenue home through a kitchen window. No indication if anything was stolen.

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