Livingston Police arrested the Culprit who created a big scene Read to know about the scene…

Welcome to our new post in this post we talk about Livingston Police arrested the Culprit who created a big scene .Livingston Detective Bureau is currently investigating the theft of several packages from two homes at the beginning of this month.

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Officials in Livingston responded to reports of theft after 2 p.m. on December 6th. According to the police, security footage showed an unidentified suspect stealing multiple packages from outside a residence just before the victim reported the theft. Two days later, officers responded to a residence on Murray Court around 11 a.m., where the homeowner reported the theft of several packages from their complex foyer on December 6th.

Livingston Police arrested the Culprit who created a big scene Read to know about the scene...

Livingston officials also responded to two shoplifting incidents from stores in the first week of December. Around 1 p.m. on December 1st, authorities responded to a report of shoplifting at Kings Supermarket. Upon arrival, officers found a suspect outside the store who had left without paying, taking more than 0 worth of energy drinks.

The suspect was identified as 31-year-old Benjamin Sires of Newark. He was arrested, taken to police headquarters, and charged with shoplifting offenses related to thefts from stores. He was sent to Essex County Jail.

On December 11th, Livingston officials responded to CVS Pharmacy on 343 West Mount Pleasant Avenue in connection to a report of shoplifting. The suspect had fled the scene in a vehicle after 5 p.m.

Upon reaching that place, officers identified a vehicle matching the description and stopped it. The suspect was identified as 38-year-old Shani Omo-Taiwo of Newark, and stolen items were recovered from the vehicle. Omo-Taiwo had concealed merchandise valued at over 0 and left the store without paying.

He was arrested, taken to police headquarters, and charged with shoplifting offenses related to thefts from stores. Unfortunately Omo-Taiwo was released on a summon.

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