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Police Blotter: Burglary Arrests

The following arrest information was supplied by the South Orange Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

  • Juan Conceda, a 51 year old Irvington resident, was arrested at his home in Irvington at 10 a.m. on October 18 for a burglary that occurred on December 8, 2010.  Forensic evidence collected by SOPD Detectives during their investigation revealed that Conceda was responsible for the burglary.  Conceda also had an active arrest warrant for burglary out of Kearny.  Conceda was transported to headquarters and charged accordingly.

  • Marvin Mixson, a 28 year old East Orange resident, was arrested on October 19 at approximately 4:30 p.m. for attempted burglary.   An off duty SOPD officer observed Mixson, who is listed as a burglary suspect in an SOPD Patrol Lookout, walking on Centre Street near Hartford Road.   SOPD officers and detectives established surveillance on Mixson and observed him for some time as he walked up and down driveways, peered into vehicles and attempted  to enter numerous parked vehicles by pulling on their door handles.   SOPD officers and detectives stopped Mixson at Prospect Street and Parker Avenue to place him under arrest.   Mixson resisted officers both at the scene of the arrest and at police headquarters, where he became physically combative with SOPD officers and detectives during processing.   Mixson was charged with 3 counts of criminal attempt burglary, resisting arrest, 4 counts of aggravated assault (on police officers), terroristic threats, and other charges.

  • Isaiah Bailey, an 18 year old South Orange resident, was arrested on October 21 at approximately 8 p.m. and charged with criminal mischief after Detectives determined that he was one of the actors responsible for breaking a storefront window of a business located on South Orange Avenue on October 1.  The subject was arrested without incident and processed accordingly when he was observed walking in the area of Fairview Avenue.

  • Cory Montgomery, a 25 year old New York resident, was arrested on October 22 at approximately 1:55 a.m. after Police Officers arrived on the scene of a noise complaint on Cottage Street involving the above subject.  As Officers conducted the field interview the subject became combative and aggressive toward the Officers and as a result was placed under arrest.

 

  • Ahmed Shofiul, a 21 year old Newark resident, was arrested on October 22 at approximately 2:25 p.m. after a victim stated that Shofiul had grabbed her body and touched her breasts as she walked by him on South Orange Avenue in the area of Grove Park.  The victim notified police and responding officers arrested the subject a short distance away after being positively identified by the victim.  

  • Quaddar Williams, an 18 year old Newark resident, was arrested on October 22 at approximately 8:30 p.m. after officers were attempting to disperse a large crowd that was blocking passage in the area of Village Plaza.  The subject was arrested for disorderly conduct after he was observed banging on the door and window of the store in an alarming manner.

  • Hervon McNeil, a 45 year old Newark resident, was arrested on October 26 at approximately 4:35 p.m. when he was stopped for a motor vehicle violation on Irving Avenue and during the field interview it was discovered that he had several outstanding warrants issued for his arrest.

  • Dillon Rose, a 22 year old South Orange resident, was arrested on October 27 at approximately 10 a.m. at a Jacoby Street residence in Maplewood after detectives determined that Rose committed an armed robbery which took place in South Orange on September 24.  Rose was arrested without incident and charged with numerous criminal offenses including Robbery and weapons possession.

  • The owner of the South Orange Wash ‘n’ Dry located on Irvington Avenue stated that on October 27 at approximately 7:50 a.m., two unknown men had entered his establishment and robbed him and his wife at gun point.  The victim stated that the actors, described as black males wearing dark clothing, demanded the victims’ money after brandishing a handgun and ordering the victims to the floor.  The men removed cash from the establishment prior to fleeing same.  There were no patrons in the business at the time of the incident.  The victim believes the actors fled the scene in a dark colored four door vehicle that may have been parked in the lot adjacent to the building.  The Detective Bureau is investigating the incident. 
Prosper October 29, 2011 at 12:00 AM
Is it my imagination or is the Village getting more dangerous, day and night?
Dave October 29, 2011 at 03:18 AM
While I wouldn't say it's your imagination... you are incorrect. Crime has been going down for years and the Village has actually been getting less dangerous, say and night.

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