Page 6 THE VILLADOM TIMES III • July 15, 2009 Waldwick Police log arrests in child luring case; murder attempt A 27-year-old Lyndhurst man has been arrested and charged with second degree luring of a child following a recent incident in Waldwick. At 9 p.m. on July 6, Waldwick Police received a report of two 12-year-old girls who were followed by a white male driving a silver BMW on West Prospect Street near the Waldwick Pool. After the driver passed them a third time, he drove up and asked if they wanted to make $50. The girls said no and rapidly left, at the same time recording the license plate of the BMW. After an investigation, the Lyndhurst was arrested and charged. He was released on $50,000 bail was scheduled to appear in Waldwick Municipal Court last week. “This was the best case scenario,” Waldwick Police Chief Mark Messner said of the incident. “The girl got the license plate and we were able to follow up.” On July 4 at approximately 9 p.m., police received a 911 call reporting an injured person in a wooded area behind the Waldwick Post Office. Officers responded and located a 42-year-old Hispanic male with multiple stab wounds. The victim was fully clothed at the time and no other suspects were in the area. After an intensive investigation, a 46-year-white Waldwick resident was arrested. The man was charged with attempted murder, hindering apprehension, and possession of a weapon. At press time, he was in the custody of the Bergen County Sheriff’s Department on $500,000 bail. On July 2, a 44-year-old Waldwick mother of two teenage girls and a middle school age boy was reported missing by her family. Later that evening, her vehicle was found along the waterfront in Elmwood Park with her purse and keys in the vehicle. Over the course of several days, a systematic search was conducted along the Passaic River by numerous departments and agencies. On July 5, two fisherman reported finding a body about a mile down stream from where the vehicle was located. On July 6, a positive identification was made that the body found was that of the missing woman. No foul play is suspected. A silver female engagement type ring was found at the Waldwick High School Track on July 1. Anyone who may have lost this property may contact the Waldwick Police Department. Court administrator (continued from page 3) promoting opportunities to develop shared personnel, facilities, equipment, and commodities. At present, the towns share the regional board of health, which also includes Montvale and Upper Saddle River; the pistol range and the well child clinic. “We are excited about the long term possibilities this pilot may avail,” commented Midland Park Mayor Joseph Monahan. “We are fortunate that the circumstances, workload and schedule between both boroughs afforded us the opportunity to pursue yet another inter-borough shared service. We remain committed to assessing any opportunity, large or modest in scale, which has merit in terms of delivering efficient services to the Borough of Midland Park.” The Borough of Waldwick is optimistic about this venture, hoping to add to its list of existing share service agreements ranging from operating a leaf transfer station with the Borough of Ho-Ho-Kus, maintenance of fire equipment with the Village of Ridgewood, to maintenance of pumping stations for the sewer utility with NWBCUA. 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