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The owner of Remember When Antiques on Bloomfield Avenue reported that a female came into the store looking to sell a silver bracelet, which she stated was a Cartier, police said. The store owner paid for the bracelet and the female gave him two extra coins, which she stated were silver, police said. After the female left, the owner took the bracelet and coins to a jeweler who advised him that they were not authentic. Upon contacting the bank, it was determined that the check had already been cashed. The July 9 incident was reported to Officer Anthony O'Connor, according to police.

A Mine Hill resident was issued summonses July 9 after being stopped in his vehicle on Pompton Avenue, police said. Sgt. Tim Banta initiated the stop of the driver, who stated he had an out of state license, which was not in his possession, police said. The driver's information was checked and he was issued several summons for providing false information and hindering apprehension. Upon further investigation, the driver was identified as Michael Collett and it was determined that his license was suspended and a summons was issued, according to police.

On July 8, two Bloomfield residents were issued summonses for trespassing at the Verona Community Pool, police said. Officer Brendan Huber responded to report of an alarm at the pool grounds and upon checking the area, he observed several individuals inside the property, police said. All but two of the individuals, identified as Stacey Mena and Deborah Ojeda, climbed over the fence and fled from the area. Both Mena and Ojeda were issued summons for trespassing and sent on their way, according to police.

The owner of Remember When Antiques on Bloomfield Avenue reported that a female came into the store looking to sell a silver bracelet, which she stated was a Cartier, police said. The store owner paid for the bracelet and the female gave him two extra coins, which she stated were silver, police said. After the female left, the owner took the bracelet and coins to a jeweler who advised him that they were not authentic. Upon contacting the bank, it was determined that the check had already been cashed. The July 9 incident was reported to Officer Anthony O'Connor, according to police.

A Forest Avenue resident reported that when he contacted Verizon to open an account, he was advised of an outstanding account opened imitation cartier wedding ring in his name with his social security number and a New York address, police said. Verizon advised the resident that they will investigate the matter. The July 10 incident was reported to Officer Frazee, according to police.

A Mine Hill resident was issued summonses July 9 after being stopped in his vehicle on Pompton Avenue, police said. Sgt. Tim Banta initiated the stop of the driver, who stated Cheap fake Trinity de Cartier Ring he had an out of state license, which was not in his possession, police said. The driver's information was checked and he was issued several summons for providing false information and hindering apprehension. Upon further investigation, the driver was identified as Michael Collett and it was determined that his license was suspended and a summons was issued, according to police.

A Bronx, New York resident was arrested July 9 for driving with suspended privileges after being stopped by police. Officer Carolyn Zajack initiated the stop replica Cartier love ring of Jaasiel D. Evelyn, 25, who was processed on the charge and released pending a municipal court appearance, according to police.

A Jersey City man's car was impounded July 10 after he was charged with driving an unregistered, uninsured vehicle bearing fictitious license plates, police said. Officer Jason Rivers investigated the incident and the driver, Juan Guerrero Sandoval, 37, was released pending a municipal court appearance, according to police.

On fake Cartier gold rings July 8, two Bloomfield residents were issued summonses for trespassing at the Verona Community Pool, police said. Officer Brendan Huber responded to report of an alarm at the pool grounds and upon checking the area, he observed several individuals inside the property, police said. All but two of the individuals, identified as Stacey Mena and Deborah Ojeda, climbed over the fence and fled from the area. Both Mena and Ojeda were issued summons for trespassing and sent on their way, according to police.

A Paterson resident, wanted for outstanding traffic warrants issued by the Paterson court, was arrested July 8 for driving with suspended privileges, police said. Officer Dominick Buscio initiated the stop of Marco A. Campo Hermoso, 43, who was processed on all charges and turned over to the Paterson police on the warrant, according to police.

A Ridgefield Park resident, wanted for an outstanding traffic warrant issued by the Ridgefield Park court, was arrested July 12 for driving with suspended privileges, police said. Officer Jose Rodriguez initiated the stop of Sarah A. Stanton, 23, who was processed on all charges and released after posting the required bail, according to police.
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