Page 4 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • May 6, 2009 Wyckoff The Wyckoff Police Department has arrested several juveniles in unrelated thefts of property in which the actors used a number of different techniques. Wyckoff Detective Michael Ragucci, investigating the theft of a bicycle on April 10 at the Boulder Run Shopping Center, arrested two 14-year-old Wyckoff boys on April 23 and charged them with theft of the bicycle valued at $300. The complaints were sent to juvenile court. Police log arrests for thefts Helpful Hints Helpful Hints from ome “To remove label residue from hard surfaces, rub with lighter fluid or de-natured alcohol”. 27 Franklin Tpk, Waldwick Open Sundays 9-3 201-652-5666 Hank Says... On April 24, Detective Ragucci charged a 15-year-old Wyckoff boy with theft by deception following the investigation of an Internet scam. The boy was also charged with theft for failure to make the required disposition of property not owned by him. The investigation determined that the boy was in possession of a paint gun that belonged to a friend, sold it on the Internet for $900, and never fulfilled the purchase to the buyer. Both counts of theft have been referred to Bergen County Juvenile Court. Meanwhile, Patrolman William Plisich investigated a report from a woman who had had cash stolen from her wallet while she was parked at the Washington School on April 24. While the woman was picking up her children at the school, she left her purse in her unlocked car, and cash and a debit card were stolen. This was the most recent of several incidents at the Washington School in which money or credit cards were lifted from purses left unattended in parked, unlocked vehicles. On the same day, Plisich arrested and charged a 13-yearold Nutley boy with criminal mischief for stealing rocks from a stone wall on Monroe Avenue. The boy was released to a family member, and a complaint was filed in juvenile court. J. KOSTER New addition Wyckoff’s Arbor Day planting ceremony was attended by Wyckoff Township Committee members Rick Alnor, Rudy Boonstra, Dave Connolly and Brian Scanlan, members of the Shade Tree Commission, and members of the Wyckoff Environmental Commission. Don Smith is the Shade Tree Commission Chairman and Brian Bigler is the Environmental Commission Chairman. A donated red glory maple tree was planted behind Wyckoff Memorial Town Hall. Patricia’s Coiffures PERMS • COLORING SHAMPOO & SET CUTTING & BLOW DRYING Guitar Camp! ACKERMAN’S ���������������������������� ���������������������� Music ������������ ��������������������������� Tues, Wed & Thurs 8 Godwin Plaza • 644 Godwin Ave.• Midland Park Tuesday-Saturday 9:00-4:30: Open Thursday Evenings Center ������������������� �������������������� �������������������� �������������� ������������������������������ �������������������������������� �������������������������������� ��������������������������������� 201-652-9608 ee fr ������������������������������� ���������������������� 3-18-09 Janine AtlanticSteward6x6(2-25-09)