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The Clark Blotter: Cell Phone Stolen From ShopRite Patron

The following arrest information was provided by the Clark Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Clark police activity from March 25 - April 1, 2013:

Theft of Cell Phone

March 26, 2:28 p.m – Police took a report of a theft of a cell phone from a patron of the ShopRite Supermarket at 76 Central Avenue. The incident is under investigation. Keith Meehan was the investigating officer.

Fictitous Driver's License, Fictitous Insurance Card

March 27, 3:06 p.m. – In the vicinity of the Garden State Parkway northbound, police arrested James Pope, age 40, single, unemployed of 330 Sanford Avenue in Newark for presenting a fictitious driver’s license, presenting a fictitious insurance card, hindering apprehension and on five outstanding warrants from Hillside, Newark and Springfield. Bail was set at $25,000 and he was subsequently transported to the Union County Jail. Det. Antonio Manata was the arresting officer.

Warrant Arrests

March 25, 3:56 p.m. – At the Middlesex County Jail, police arrested Andre Spivey, age 36, married, a security guard of 217 Seymour Avenue, Apt. #3A in Newark on an outstanding warrant totaling $500.00 for contempt of court.  He was subsequently transported to the Union County Jail. John Ehling was the arresting officer.

March 26, 9:54 a.m. – In the vicinity of Westfield Avenue and Emerald Place, police arrested Gilberto Orellano, age 28, single, a construction worker of 601 Marshall Street in Elizabeth on outstanding warrants totaling $2,843 from Elizabeth and Sayreville for contempt of court. Orellano was subsequently turned over to the Elizabeth Police Department. Det. Antonio Manata was the arresting officer.

The information in this police blotter is provided by the Clark Police Department. It may not include all police activity. For information on an incident not listed here, email jessica.remo@patch.com.

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