Two New Jersey states have been arrested on charges of stealing cell phones.
Police responded Monday afternoon after a press conference to report suspicious activity on Gravo Street at 2:45 p.m.
Chief Police Officer William Burlett has been released.
The resident told police that he had received the sold cell phone and arrived immediately.
After the braille, the suspect knocked on the door to find him.
At the time of the incident, police contacted us for the same activity, which was far from the same address after the gold.
He said traffic police.
People were fleeing the area, but officers were driving red cars at New Jersey police stations.
Police said they were located near Vernon and Hoe Street.
Police say they seized four Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ phones at the bus station
99 1099 each.
Later, police arrested 20 Gilbert E. Martinez, 145, Chilton Hall, B2, Elizabeth, n. And Immanuel
Ramirez Santana, 200th floor, 22 Dwight Street, New Jersey, NY, pleaded guilty to police.
The last two were released on bail.
At 12:30 p.m., police reported.
The police urged the residents to inform the police department about the activities and misdeeds. This includes receiving parcels
At no charge, unidentified items were tested or suspects or attempts were made to transport vehicles
Neighboring police have reported. Additionally, residents are reminded to check their credit accounts regularly to make sure they
Don’t be a victim of identity fraud.
The arrests come less than two months after Portsmouth police arrested two Bronx men on suspicion of iPhone forgery. One
Ethel called the police to her new home in October. And&T was taken to his home, which is not registered. They are friends
Portsmouth police have recently launched a special investigation into the fraud, to which police responded.
Special home management.
Officials are then inspecting the New York car classification. Police say it is one of two arrests
He picked it up and took the bag from the communications department.
Jobin Sanchez, 22, of Brooks, New York, has been charged with assault.
Ron Rolando Tabari, a Bronx man, has been arrested on suspicion of burglary and theft.
After his arrest, Portsmouth police declared the day of the theft.
Portsmouth police prosecutor Darin Sargent and investigator Timothy Cassman have also been charged with terrorism.
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Due to data breaches, the data hacker can access the black web and sometimes purchase financial information such as web browsers.
Sargent said at the time that more security measures were being taken.
For them, anything is possible.