Page 6 THE VILLADOM TIMES II • September 23, 2009 Ridgewood Hospital is scene of theft by John Koster A New Milford resident reported that two rings valued at a total of $7,800 had been stolen while she was in a room at Valley Hospital. The woman reported the theft to the Ridgewood Police Department on Sept. 7, and the Ridgewood Detective Bureau is investigating. On Sept. 8, a resident of West Saddle River Road reported that his credit card company informed him that someone had attempted to make unauthorized withdrawals using his card at Western Union. The company had allowed one withdrawal and then blocked numerous other attempts. The Ridgewood Detective Bureau is investigating. An 18-year-old Franklin Lakes man was charged with shoplifting after he reportedly took a can of Frappuccino from a refrigerator at Rite Aid Pharmacy, drank it, and left the can in the aisle. He faces an appearance in Ridgewood Municipal Court. Motorist (continued from page 5) Jeffrey Casson of the Ridgewood Police Department reported that the motorist had been driving while impaired. The man was charged with DWI and with reckless driving. He was released pending an appearance in Ridgewood Municipal Court. Residents of South Broad Street thanked the council when the speed bump was installed. They said that motorists routinely speed on the street and are a serious threat to pedestrians. In an unrelated incident, police investigated a twocar collision at the intersection of Linwood Avenue and Paramus Road at 10:54 p.m. on Sept. 9. One driver, a 47-year-old Ridgewood man, was charged with DWI, reckless driving, and failure to obtain a New Jersey driver’s license. He faces an appearance in Ridgewood Municipal Court. J. KOSTER