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Police Blotter: New Haven Man Accused Of Stealing More Than $1,300 from Employer

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Apr 252018
 

A New Haven man turned himself in at the Orange Police Headquarters on an active warrant for his arrest following an investigation into money being stolen from his place of employment.

Jean Davis, 22, of New Haven, was charged with fourth-degree larceny, first-degree forgery, and criminal impersonation.

Davis was arrested around 12:40 p.m. on Saturday, April 21, when he turned himself in after hearing of an active warrant for his arrest.

The warrant stemmed from an investigation that started in Sept. 2017.

Davis was employed at the Plato’s Closet store on the Boston Post Road when police learned that he allegedly had written store checks to himself and signed manager approvals on all of them to cash them and keep the money.

Police said Davis stole about $1,303.50 before the store management realized what was going on and contacted the police department.

Orange Police: Town Resident Charged With Criminal Impersonation, Credit Card Theft

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Aug 212016
 

Screen Shot 2016-08-21 at 4.41.19 PMOn Aug. 12, Noah Tarifi, 38, of 602 East Slope Dr, Orange, surrendered himself at police headquarters at 10:15 a.m. after learning of a warrant for his arrest.

According to police, the warrant stemmed from a series of incidents in late 2015 and early 2016 when the Tarifi was accused of stealing checks from a family member and cashing them, obtaining more than $9,000 for himself.

He also used a credit card belonging to the same family member to purchase more than $13,000 worth of merchandise, which he then sold for cash.

An arrest warrant  charging two counts of criminal impersonation two counts of first-degree identity theft, first-degree forgery, two counts of second-degree larceny, credit card theft and illegal use of a credit card was issued and served at police headquarters.

Tarifi was held on $35,000 bond for court Aug. 15.

Police News: Man Writes Bad Checks at Orange business

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Jul 202015
 

Police Blotter Logo thx DaveOrange police served a warrant against a New Haven man on July 15 at 10:20 a.m.

According to the report, officers learned that Mark Moreau, 32, of 85 Beers St 2nd floor, was detained at the Meriden Courthouse on an unrelated matter.

Orange police brought Moreau back to headquarters to be served with an arrest warrant.

The warrant stemmed from two incidents where he reportedly wrote checks to pay for merchandise at the Ocean State Job Lot store. Both checks were returned by the bank due to insufficient funding.

Moreau was charged with two counts of issuing a bad check and sixth-degree larceny. 

He was held on bond for court July 16.

 

Police Blotter: Hamden Teen Charged With Identity Theft, Credit Card Theft

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Dec 102014
 

Police Blotter Logo thx DavePolice responded to a theft complaint at the Chuck E. Cheese restaurant, 82 Boston Post Road on Nov. 29 at 7:14 p.m.

During the investigation, officers learned that a restaurant patron had her purse stolen inside the restaurant, and that her credit cards were then used inside the restaurant.

Officers viewed video showing Zhane Flynn, 18, of 310 Putnam Ave, Hamden, using the complainant’s credit cards to purchase tokens for the video games inside the restaurant.

Flynn was subsequently taken into custody and charged with two counts of credit card theft, two counts of illegal use of a credit card, second-degree identity theft and sixth-degree larceny. 

She was released on a promise to appear in court Dec. 12.

It was later determined that Flynn also was wanted by the New Haven Police, and she was turned over to their custody.

 

Oxford Woman Charged With Larceny

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Nov 062014
 

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Police were dispatched to Kohl’s, 250 Bull Hill Lane on a shoplifting complaint, Nov. 3 at 1:46 p.m.

During the investigation, officers learned that the arrestee, a 55-year-old woman from Oxford, had taken $56 worth of jewelry from the store without paying.

Store security stopped her and detained her for police.

She was subsequently charged with sixth-degree larceny and released on a promise to appear in court Nov. 17.


Police Blotter: New Haven Woman Charged With Larceny, Interfering with an Officer

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Jun 222014
 

BEST POLICE Patch EVERPolice were dispatched to the Target store, 25 Boston Post Road, on a shoplifting complaint June 12 at 11:07 a.m.

According to the report, officers learned that Shavonnah Julious, 27, of 394 Greenwich Ave, New Haven,  had taken $514.69 worth of baby formula and a pillow from the store and left without paying.

Store security agents stopped her and detained her for police.

Police said Julious initially gave a fake name, but officers quickly determined her true identity.

She was subsequently taken into custody and charged with fifth-degree larceny and interfering with an officer.

Julious was released after posting $1,000 bond for court June 26.

 

 

Two Face Numerous Charges Following Fraud Complaint

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Feb 012014
 

Police Blotter Logo thx DaveOrange police were dispatched to Best Buy, 53 Boston Post Road on a fraud complaint Jan. 29 at 4:06 p.m.

Investigation revealed that two New York residents had attempted to use fake identification to sign up for store credit and purchase $2,969.97 worth of merchandise.

According to the report, store employees recognized the application as fraudulent and contacted police.

 

 

Allsion McVey, 23, of 2252 7th Ave, Apt 5A, New York, NY and Daquan Bruce, 28, of 10923 24th Street, Queens, NY were taken into custody.

McVey and Bruce both were charged with third-degree larceny, three counts of second-degree forgery, third-degree identity theft, making a false statement to procure a credit card, criminal impersonation, sixth-degree larceny and conspiracy to commit each of the previously listed charges.

McVey was held on $10,000 bond for court Jan. 30.

Bruce was held on $15,000 bond for court Jan. 30. 

 

 

New Jersey Man Faces Identity Theft and Other Charges

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Jan 272014
 

police carORANGE POLICE officers on patrol reportedly observed a man running from the Best Buy Store, 53 Boston Post Road followed by store employees on Jan. 18 at 6:10 p.m.

Investigation revealed that Jermaine Pearson, 39, of 10-L East Alpine St., Newark, NJ had attempted to purchase a large amount of merchandise using a fraudulent Pennsylvania ID card in someone else’s name.

According to the report, Pearson also made a fraudulent purchase at Lowe’s prior to his visit to Best Buy and that he was found with a small amount of marijuana when he was arrested.

Pearson was charged with third-degree identity theft, fourth-degree larceny, second-degree forgery, third-degree forgery, two counts of criminal impersonation, possession of marijuana, making a false statement to procure a credit card.

He was held on $10,000 bond for court Feb. 3. 

 

Police: Pre-Black Friday Shoplifting Leads To Arrest

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Dec 032013
 

BEST POLICE Patch EVERLarceny Charge

Police were dispatched to the Plato’s Closet store, 575 Boston Post Road, on a report of a shoplifting Nov. 26 at 12:16 p.m.

According to the report, officers learned that Isaiah McCree, 21, of 1066 Kossuth St., Bridgeport, was accused of taking $148 worth of merchandise from the store without attempting to pay.

During the investigation, officers observed McCree walking along the Boston Post Road away from the store, but he refused officers’ commands to stop.

After a brief foot chase, McCree was taken into custody and charged with sixth-degree larceny and interfering with an officer’s investigation.

He was held on $1,000 bond for court Nov. 27.

Orange Police Blotter: Out Of Towners Charged With Larcenies, Drug Paraphernalia and Interfering With Police

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Sep 092012
 

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Skipping On A Tab

Police were dispatched to TGI Friday’s Restaurant, 348 Boston Post Road, on a dispute complaint Aug. 31 at 11:09 p.m.

Investigation revealed that Ramon Pons, 31, of 96 Dayton St., Bridgeport, had left the restaurant without paying his bar tab. When employees asked him to come back inside and pay, he caused a scene inside the restaurant.

When officers arrived, Pons reportedly refused to comply with their commands, and he was subsequently taken into custody and charged with sixth-degree larceny, breach of peace and interfering with an officer.

He was released on $500 bond for court Sept. 14.

 

Accused shoplifter arrested

Officers responded to the Kohl’s department store, 250 Bull Hill Lane, on a shoplifting complaint Sept. 6 at 4:42 p.m.

According to the report, Francisco Romero, 32, of 1382 North Main St., Waterbury, had taken $50 worth of clothing out of the store without paying. Store employees stopped him and detained him for police.

During the investigation, officers reportedly found a variety of drug paraphernalia in a backpack Romero was carrying.

He was subsequently taken into custody and charged with sixth-degree larceny and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Romero was released after posting $500 bond for court Sept. 20.