Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Parsippany Police are investigating the case and seeking anyone involved.
Parsippany Police are on the lookout for a person or persons involved in last Thursday's early-morning commercial burglary of Wireless Depot at 850 Route 46. According to a department statement, news of an activated burglar alarm just after 4 a.m. sent officers to the retailer, where they found the front glass door shattered. Officers discovered numerous cabinets were forced open and cell phones were found missing, said PPD spokesperson Sgt. Yvonne Christiano. Parsippany detectives and an investigator from the Morris County Criminal Investigative Section processed the crime scene, and Parsippany Rescue & Recovery secured the front door. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Parsippany Police at 973-263-4300.
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Entry gained through restaurant's roof, money stolen from cash register, police said.
Parsippany Police are investigating a weekend burglary at Baldwin Pizzeria near Route 46. According to a police statement, entry into the restaurant at 142 Baldwin Road was gained through the roof and a small sum on money was stolen from the cash register sometime between 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday morning. "An employee reported finding the front door unlocked and discovered that a portion of the establishment’s drop ceiling had been broken through," Sgt. Yvonne Christiano said. Parsippany detectives and members of the Criminal Investigative Section responded to process the crime scene, she added. The investigation continues. Anyone with information regarding this crime is asked to contact police at 973-263-4300.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
$250 in cash, food and cigarettes reportedly taken from a Route 10 Exxon after door was smashed with rock salt bag placed as storm precaution.
Parsippany Police say a Morristown man faces a 3rd degree burglary charge following an early morning Oct. 30 incident at a Route 10 gas station and convenience store. Malik Kentish, 18, is accused of stealing approximately $250 from a cash register, along with food and cigarettes, from the Exxon on the Run at 2959 Route 10, according to a statement from the department. Officer Steven Miller was patrolling the area just after 1 a.m. when he reportedly heard an audible alarm from the business, PPD spokesperson Patrolman Earl Kinsey said. The officer found the front glass door of the station's convenience store had been smashed with a 25-pound bag of rock salt that was placed nearby as a precautionary measure for Hurricane Sandy, Kinsey said…