Page 4 THE VILLADOM TIMES II • May 20, 2009 Ridgewood A Newark man was arrested on charges of aggravated assault on a police officer and resisting arrest after his second confrontation with Ridgewood police officers ended in an assault on Patrolman Shayne James. The man, 44, was remanded to Bergen County Jail after he was unable to pay $10,000 bail. Police initially responded to a call from a restaurant on Chestnut Street at 5:51 p.m. where staff members reported Newark man charged for assault of police officer that a man had harassed them. Patrolman James encountered the man who later assaulted him, arrested him for defiance trespass, and released him pending a future appearance in Ridgewood Municipal Court. At 11:23 p.m., police reported to a call from a North Broad Street restaurant, where a man had reportedly annoyed the staff and refused to leave quietly when asked. The man reportedly assaulted a customer. Patrolmen John Chuck and Shayne James located the Newark man at the Chestnut Street venue and asked that he come outside and speak with them. He reportedly physically assaulted Patrolman James and was then arrested Helpful Hints Helpful Hints from ome “Heat and dry conditions can cause the tips of house plant leaves to turn brown. If this occurs, use scissors to cut the browned tips off at an angle.” 27 Franklin Tpk, Waldwick Open Sundays 9-3 201-652-5666 a second time and charged with aggravated assault and resisting arrest. In a separate incident on May 10, Sergeant Glen Ender, Patrolman Robert Hirsch, and Patrolman Michael Lembo followed up on a tip from a resident that led to the apprehension of a Ridgewood youth riding a bicycle he had reportedly stolen from a garage in Saddle River County Park. The male juvenile was taken into custody and charged with burglary and theft, then released pending a future appearance in Family Court in Hackensack. Police are also investigating the theft of a Paterson man’s cell phone from a locker at Valley Hospital in Ridgewood. Butler to discuss stained glass windows John L. Butler, Ridgewood resident and author, will present a slide show, “The Beauty and Diversity of Stained Glass Windows in Houses of Worship in Ridgewood and Ho-Ho-Kus,” on Tuesday, June 2. The discussion will be held at 7:30 p.m. at The Christian Reformed Church, 271 Lincoln Avenue in Ridgewood. Butler has given a number of presentations of windows in local houses of worship in the past, and continues to add to his collection. Local sanctuaries represented give an appreciation of the spiritual themes of each congregation. Admission is free. Contact Joyce Monsma at (201) 4451832 or at Mary Says... Out of the way, but worth it. Major Credit Cards Accepted ����������������������������������������� �������������������������������������� ������������������ 85 Hillside Ave, Midland Park • 201-444-4760 • 201-445-1164 Open Mon-Fri 9-6, Sat 9-5, Closed Sunday Schweinfurth Florist � ������������������� � �������������� ��������������� �������������� ����������������� ����������������� ee fr �������������� �������������������� �������������������� 3-18-09 Janine AtlanticSteward6x6(2-25-09)