Monday, May 13, 2013
Several pieces of jewelry stolen from master bedroom, police said.
A bathroom window was smashed on a Susan Drive Home May 3 before someone burglarized the house, according to Chatham Township Police Lt. Maureen Kazaba. Sgt. Robert Scheetz and Ptl. Dave Schaffer arrived at the home around 10 p.m. and determined that entry was gained through the bathroom window, which was smashed. At that point, Kazaba said the master bedroom was entered and several pieces of jewelry were stolen. The Morris County Criminal Investigation unit is assisting with the investigation, which is continuing. Anyone with information on the burglary should call the Chatham Township Police Department Detective Bureau at 973-377-0100 ext. 507 or 509.
Monday, March 11, 2013
Chatham Borough Police worked with the Morris County Sheriff's Office to investigate the home burglary.
Chatham Borough Police arrested five people for their roles in a home burglary at a Main Street apartment in which a large quantity of jewelry was stolen. According to Kevin O'Shea of the Chatham Borough Police Department, a witness reported seeing someone climbing into the window of an apartment at 575 Main St. in the early hours of Sunday morning. A suspect was identified as the victim's next door neighbor, and after further interviews and investigation the following people were arrested and charged: The jewelry was stolen from a resident of the apartment who was packing to move out. The victim's sister reported the crime. Patrolman Roy George responded to the report of the burglary at 11 a.m. Sunday. According to O'Shea, the sister told…
Monday, July 2, 2012
Police say a laptop and Xbox were stolen.
Chatham Borough Police confirmed Minisink Club was burglarized for a second time on June 22. A laptop and Xbox were stolen from the premises, according to police. This is the second burglary at Minisink in recent weeks. The pool club was also burglarized over Memorial Day weekend, when several laptops and a golf cart were stolen. Chatham Patch will update this story as further information becomes available.
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Police investigating burglary over Memorial Day weekend.
Chatham Borough Police seek information regarding a burglary from Minisink Pool Club over Memorial Day weekend. Police received a report of a golf cart found in the woods off Princeton Street Sunday shortly after 7 a.m. The cart was found to belong to Minisink Swim Club and was apparently stolen from the club overnight and driven until it was dumped in the woods, according to police. Further investigation revealed the office area of the swim club was burglarized and several pieces of electronics were taken, police said. Among the items taken were three laptop computers, an iPad and three air horns, according to police. Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Detective Bureau of the Chatham Police Department at 973-635-8553.
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
The following information was obtained directly from the Chatham Township Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Chatham Township Police arrested Matthew Dudley, 22, of Chatham Township on Monday, April 16 on charges of assault and burglary. Chatham Township police officers responded to a 911 call reporting a domestic disturbance at a Meyersville Road, Chatham residence at 1:19 p.m. on April 16, according to a statement released by police Wednesday. The door to the residence was kicked in and unlawful entry was made by a man described as the resident's boyfriend, police said. When officers arrived, they learned that the suspect had fled into the woods, according to police. After a search by the Morris County Sheriff's Department K-9 unit and subsequent investigation by responding officers, an arrest warrant was issued for Dudley, police said. At 8:30…
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Police ask anyone with information to contact authorities.
The Chatham Borough Police said a residence on Coleman Avenue was burglarized Tuesday evening. Patrols responded to the home at 8:40 p.m. Tuesday when they received reports of the burglary, according to police. The resident of the home returned to find her house was burglarized some time between 5 and 8:40 p.m., police said. The point of entry was a first floor bedroom window, which was forced open, according to police. At this time, approximately $200 in change and assorted jewelry is missing, police said. The investigation is being conducted by the Chatham Borough Police Department Detective Bureau and anyone with information is asked to contact headquarters at (973) 635-8000.
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
No sign of stolen merchandise, police say.
Chatham Borough Police said they have not found the person or persons responsible for breaking into two Townsquare businesses in April. A cleaning crew entering C'est La Vie at 7 Townsquare on the evening of April 15 found that the salon had been forcibly entered. A jewelry display case had been shattered and the contents, approximately $4,700 in jewelry and leather goods, were stolen. Sally Lunn's Tea Room in the same shopping center was also forcibly entered, and the owner reported approximately $500 of silverware was taken. Kevin O'Shea of the Chatham Borough Police Department said that the police currently have no leads in the case. "It's hard to tell if it's someone from the area, or if they were just passing through," O'Shea said. …
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Another store in area found ransacked.
An estimated $4,700 in jewelry, cash and leather goods were taken from a borough store and another was found ransacked Friday, police said. According to a statement released by the police department, patrols responded to C'est La Vie at 7 Townsquare Friday at approximately 10:20 p.m. after receiving reports of a burglary. A cleaning crew had discovered the salon burglarized when they arrived to clean the business, police said. Police determined that a door was pried open at the end of the handicap ramp and the inside of the business was ransacked. A jewelry display case was shattered and the contents stolen, police said. The owner was contacted and came to the scene, and reported that some leather goods had also been taken, police said. A …
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Some jewelry and loose cash reported stolen when resident returned.
A Hillside Avenue resident reported a burglary of her home after returning from an extended trip, Borough Police said Tuesday. Det. Joseph Battiloro and Patrolman Joseph Crecca of the Borough Police Department responded to a Hillside Avenue home on Thursday, police said. According to police, the resident had returned from an absence of approximately 30 days, and discovered someone had entered her home and ransacked her bedroom. Police said the point of entry was found to be a basement window, which was found broken. Police said it appeared an attempt was also made to gain entry through the back door. However, the door was locked with a dead bolt. The only items immediately reported missing are some jewelry and loose cash, according to the …