Also, two other theft incidents were reported, including a report from a Warren resident that cash was taken from a laptop computer bag at the Bridgewater library on Sept. 17. Police also investigated a reported fraudulent charge made at the Macy's Store on Sept. 23, with the victim reporting merchandise totaling $2,500 was charged to a Visa credit card account.
- On Sept. 10, police charged Heather MacGillivray, of Flemington, with shoplifting $188 worth of merchandise from Lord and Taylor at the Bridgewater Commons Mall;
- Michael Gill, of Tunison Lane, was charged with shoplifting merchandise valued at $142 from the Home Depot store on Promenade Boulevard on Sept. 20;
- Barbara Molloy and Bryn Molloy, of Hillsborough, were charged with shoplifting $102 worth of merchandise from Costco on Sept. 23;
- Sanjay Singh of McLean, Va., was charged with shoplifting after picking up a $79 Seagate external hard drive and allegedly concealing the item into his pants on Sept. 23;
- On Sept. 25, Kim Harris, of Plainfield, was charged with shoplifting $470 worth of merchandise from Old Navy. Police said four active arrest warrants from various jurisdictions had been issued for Harris.
- And on Sept. 29, police charged Kristopher Kwicien, of Middlesex, with shoplifting after he allegedly tried to walk out of the Home Depot store, on Promenade Boulevar, with a Rhino Tuff string trimmer without paying for it after he found a dropped receipt for one in the store parking lot. Kwicien allegedly admitted the theft to the store’s loss prevention investigator prior to officer’s arrival. He was released pending a court appearance after the charge was filed.