Wreath-tossing leads to arrests
John G. Bartol, 29, of North Bergen, and Charles A. Cipolla, 31, of Lyndhurst were arrested for drug possession on Nov. 22 at 9:30 p.m.
A bicycle officer on patrol witnessed two men in the area of Boulevard East and the Hamilton monument hanging around the wall and allegedly throwing red, white, and blue decorative wreaths from the monument over the wall.
Further investigation revealed that the two were in possession of three bags of marijuana.
Stolen motorcycle parts believed to be offered on Craigslist
In an ongoing investigation of a motorcycle stolen in Weehawken in May, the owner has called police attention to Craigslist, where he believes parts of the vehicle allegedly are being offered by an East Orange resident.
According to Fulcher, the Police Department is looking into this allegation and no arrests have yet been made.
Lost phone used to rack up $893 in international charges
A cell phone accidentally left at a Weehawken bus stop between 1 p.m. on Nov. 9 and 11 p.m. on Nov. 10 was used to make international phone calls to the amount of $893 dollars before the owner realized it was missing, police said.
Moral of the story: Lock your doors
Between the late hours of Nov. 23 and the early hours of Nov. 24, loose change was stolen from an unlocked 1995 Chevy Prism. There were no signs of forced entry.
Also between the late hours of Nov. 23 and the early hours of Nov. 24, a Prada briefcase, an iPod Touch, an IBM laptop, a Gucci notebook, and a designer purse valued at $60 were stolen from an unlocked 2001 BMW.
Between 2:30 a.m. and noon on Nov. 28, someone entered an unlocked Weehawken apartment and stole videogames and a laptop computer. The owner reported that he was unsure if the burglary occurred while he was home or out.
Items in plain view stolen
A 2005 Infiniti owned by a non-Weehawken resident was broken into with force and keyed between Nov. 26 and Nov. 28.
According to police reports, the perpetrator allegedly pried the door handle to gain entry and stole an Apple iPod touch that was laid on the front seat.
Fulcher said they are investigating a possible personal angle.