Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Madison woman's manager noticed her drawer was short on several occasions.
Kevin O'Shea of the Chatham Borough Police said a Madison woman was arrested and charged with theft on April 10. Sarah Kesselbrenner, 21, was employed by Bottle King Liquors on Watchung Avenue as a cashier, according to a statement by police. Bottle King's managers noticed Kesselbrenner's cash drawer came up short on several occasions and began to review her transactions, according to police. Management found Kesselbrenner would pocket cash transactions and void the transaction on the machine, police said. The total amount of thefts accumulates to about $200 at this point, according to police. Kesselbrenner was processed and released pending further court action, police said.
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…
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
A River Edge Drive home was broken into on Jan. 18.
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Wednesday, January 30
Chatham Township Police said a River Edge Drive resident reported two laptops stolen from her residence on Friday, Jan. 18. Unforced entry was gained to the home during the day and two laptops, valued at $1,200, were taken, according to Township Police Lt. Steve Hennelly. The Detective Bureau has taken over investigation of the case.
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
The following information was obtained directly from the Chatham Borough Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
The Chatham Borough Police Department issued charges after an investigation into an incident of theft in December. William Mirrer, Jr., 54, of Glen Rock was charged by Detective Daniel Walsh on Jan. 17, police said. Mirrer was charged with the theft of $200 in cash from a wallet while he was at a medical facility on Main Street, according to police. Police said Mirrer was identified because he was left alone with the handbag. The name of the victim was not released The theft occurred in December and Mirrer was charged after a brief investigation, police said. Mirrer was released on a summons pending further court action, according to police.