In New Jersey, police arrested two people on fraud charges related to a cell phone order and theft.
Police responded at 2:45 pm on Grove Street. Friday. For reports of suspicious activity, according to media reports
Dover Police Chief William Broul has been released.
Someone told police he had picked up a dangerous phone, and it was over when the package arrived.
The suspect knocked on the door and tried to enter, Bralt said.
When that happens, Dover Police will receive a second call to the address in the Gold Post
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The two men left the scene, but a police officer drove the giant who was in the dark with his driver’s license.
According to police, around Mount Vernon and Huff Road.
In the crash, police seized the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ from the car.
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Gilbert E. Martins, 205, was arrested by police at B2, 145, Chelton Hall, Elizabeth, New Jersey. And Emmanuel
According to police, Ramirez Santana, 22 Dwight St., 260 Jersey City (first floor), was charged with theft.
The two men were released Dec. 12 in Strafford County High Court on personal charges pending trial.
12:30 p.m., according to police.
Residents were warned by police to report actions or criticisms at the police station. This includes getting packages
They dont order, try to bring unknown items or your car or suspect it
Local police said. In addition, residents are reminded to check your debt reports regularly
Don’t be fooled.
The arrests come two months after Portsmouth police arrested two Bronx men on suspicion of forging an iPhone. No.
In October, a resident called police at his new home, which he handed over to AT&T at the home, he ordered. We start
The new investigation included a police response and a special police investigation in Portsmouth
Authorities found the registration at a residence in New York. Police say he was one of two passengers
He picked up the bag from the hall before the coup.
Jubai Sanchez, 22, was arrested in the Bronx, New York, on charges of felony criminal mischief, forgery of documents and theft of
Rolando Tabor, 20, of the Bronx, has been charged with felony criminal mischief for stealing property.
Following his arrest, Portsmouth police charged him with day-to-day theft.
Portsmouth police spokesman Sergeant Darin and Detective Timothy Cashman said the terrorists were using speed.
Information material for people trapped in the old school.
Due to information breaches, terrorists can access anonymous websites and sometimes buy financial information, within social
The number of guards among the suspects, authorities added.
He said he was given to do so.