Tricky Tray Items Stolen from St. Vincent Martyr School
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 • 11:41am
On March 12, 2013 at approximately 3:30pm, Ptl Stephanie Corrao arrested 43 year old Lydia York of Madison, NJ. York turned herself in on the strength of a Wayne Township Municipal Warrant in the amount of $120. York posted bail and was released pending a court appearance.
On March 15, 2013, Ptl Michael Minni took a report of a stolen vehicle from the Cook Plaza parking lot on Cook Avenue. The owner of the vehicle reported that his white 2010 Mercedes Benz S550 was taken from the lot at approximately 2:30pm. Video surveillance reflects that a tall, black male wearing dark colored jeans and a grey hooded sweatshirt, entered the vehicle and fled the scene. The male was wearing eyeglasses and has a well groomed beard. He has long dread locks which were braided together in the back. He also wore a black doo rag on his head. This investigation has been turned over to the Madison Police Detective Bureau. Anyone having
information regarding this incident is asked to contact Detective Lieutenant Dennis Lam at 973-593-3012.
On March 16, 2013, the Madison Police received a report of theft from the St. Vincent’s Martyr School. According to a school official, several items were taken from a table which was set up for a Tricky Tray Event being hosted by the school. An iPad and a pair of Ray Ban Aviator Sunglasses were the items described to be taken. Anyone having information regarding the theft is asked to contact Detective Ed Mitchko at 973-593-3076.
On March 17, 2013 at approximately 8:30 pm, Ptl Anthony Maccario arrested 22 year old James Rainey of Whippany, NJ. Maccario stopped Rainey’s vehicle for an alleged motor vehicle violation. During his investigation, Maccario detected an odor of alcoholic beverage emanating from Rainey’s breath. Maccario had Rainey perform field sobriety tests. The investigation determined that Rainey was allegedly operating his vehicle while under the influence of an alcoholic beverage. Rainey was charged with driving under the influence of an alcoholic
beverage and careless driving. He was released to a friend and awaits a court appearance.
On March 18, 2013 at approximately 11:15 am, Ptl James Cavezza arrested 51 year old William Day of Madison, NJ. While on patrol, Cavezza made contact with Day who was known to have an active warrant for his arrest form Morristown Court in the amount of $500. During Cavezza’s investigation, it was determined that there was a second warrant for Day’s arrest which was a no bail warrant from the Morris County Sheriff’s Office. Day was arrested on the strength of the warrants and was lodged in the Morris County Correctional Facility. A court appearance is pending.
The following are some of the calls for service that the Madison Police Department handled during the past week: 8 Motor Vehicle Crashes, 20 Medical Calls, 25 Alarm Calls, 4 Animal Complaints, 7 Assist Citizen Calls, 3 Motor Vehicle Lockouts, and 4 Calls to assist another Police Agency.