New Jersey police have arrested two people on suspicion of wire robbery and robbery.
Police responded to Grove Street Friday at 2:30 a.m. for a suspicious statement, the newspaper said
Opening of Dover Police Chief William Brulette
He said he had not placed an order and received a phone call once the package arrived.
Brett says rumors are closing in on where he wants to work.
When it happened, Dover police also received a phone call from the Gold Post Office for the incident.
According to the police.
While the suspect left the area, police saw a bullet fired at a New Jersey police station and the suspect began to drive.
On the Jon and the American mountain
At traffic stops, police said they had more than 10 cars with seven Samsung Galaxy Notes with price tags on the vehicle.
$ 1099 each.
Police in Chilton, Elizabeth, N.J. Gilbert Martinez, 20, of B2, was arrested. The defect
Ramirez-Santana, 22, of 260 Dwight St., first floor Jersey City, AJ, told police.
The suspect was released from Stiffer County Superior Court. 12 inches
12:30 Police arrive.
Police are warning residents to report suspicious activity or behavior to police. This includes receiving packages
That they are disorganized, unknown creatures are trying to drive suspicious cars or cars.
Neighbors, police said. It is also noteworthy that residents periodically check their credit accounts to make sure they have
Do not be a victim of fraud.
The arrest comes less than two months after Portsmouth police arrested two Bronx men on charges of fraud, including an iPhone.
A resident called police on October 8 for a new iPhone sent by AT&T to his home, which he had not ordered. take it
Police and the Portsmouth Police Special Investigation Unit reported cases recently.
Management of this house.
Officers immediately saw the vehicle when they arrived at a New York home. Police said one of the two detainees
He stood outside and took the bag from the barn.
Jubilee Sanchez, 22, of the New York Bronx, has been arrested on charges of identity theft and possession of stolen property.
The land of 20-year-old Rolando Tabar was arrested on suspicion of fraud, searching for a Bronx identity and stolen assets.
After being arrested, Portsmouth Police said they were involved in identity theft every day.
Portsmouth Police Chief Darrin Sargent and Detective Timothy Cashman said the criminals used the network technology together.
Thefts and old school materials to find personal information on what to use.
Data breaches allow criminals to access suspicious websites and buy financial information, including social media
Sargent said at the time that the security figures are unsupervised.
He said that the opportunities for them are endless.