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Unsolved Crimes

In cooperation with Bergenfield, Englewood, Teaneck, Hackensack Police Departments, are asking for the public's help to solve them.

A - City of Englewood PD Sept 29, 2018
Armed Robbery - Rita's Italian Ice

A - City of Englewood PD Sept 29, 2018

B - Suspect - Unknown - View Video in our press release
Jan 30, 2018 City of Englewood - Robbery - Armed

B - Suspect - Unknown - View Video in our press release

C - (3) Unknown Males
Robbery/Home Invasion

C - (3) Unknown Males

C - City of Englewood
$1000 Reward Offered

C - City of Englewood

Press Release

Hackensack Community Awareness Event

CRIME STOPPERS Community Awareness Program Exhibition Basketball Game Hackensack Police vs. Hackensack Middle School Students & Staff ============================================================================================================ On Thursday, April 19, members of Hackensack’s Finest - Hackensack Police Department- will compete against, starting with a jump ball at center court, the Hackensack Middle School students and staff in a basketball game matchup to raise awareness within their community. The Crime Stoppers Hackensack division, with the support of Crime Stoppers of Bergenfield-Englewood-Teaneck- Hackensack-Bogota, is inviting you to our community awareness program. Several months ago, at a monthly meeting, Crime Stoppers members discussed hosting a “kid-friendly” community awareness program. Under the direction of Hackensack Police detective, Ralph Cavallo, and Crime Stoppers Hackensack trustee, Jason Somes, this event was successfully coordinated. We reached out to local venues for donations and numerous businesses have come forward to support this event. Free-throw contest prizes will include a mountain bike, assorted sporting goods, and gift certificates. Prize and product support was generously provided by community businesses in and around the Hackensack district. Please join us on Thursday, April 19 from 6pm-8pm at the Hackensack Middle School located at 360 Union Street, Hackensack. This event is sponsored by Crime Stoppers of Bergenfield-Englewood-Teaneck-Hackensack-Bogota, the Hackensack Community, and surrounding businesses, as well as the Hackensack PBA Local #9. Admission will be $5.00 per person with complimentary admission for Hackensack Middle School students. Modell’s Sporting Goods has also added support with a Team Week program campaign. You receive 15% off your purchase and your local team will receive 5% back from your purchase (s) made. **For additional information please visit and LIKE our Crime Stoppers Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/tricommunitycrimestoppers/ ============================================================================= Crime Stoppers Background Our Crime Stoppers group began in the 1980s opening a division in Bergenfield and was then combined with Teaneck and Hackensack. Englewood joined the organization in 2015. This year we proudly added another community with the addition of Bogota. The Crime Stoppers monthly meeting is held at the Teaneck Police Department where the four-member Board of Directors led by Chair, Harry Comp - Vice Chair, Frank Rabboh - Treasurer, Len Leach - and Secretary, Patricia Archer. Together with police officer liaisons from each department and with a committee of dedicated community-minded trustees, members share information on crime issues, crime prevention and the Crime Stoppers cases that are presented for cash rewards. Crime Stoppers is a partnership between the police, the public, and the media, which provides the community with a proactive program for people to anonymously assist the police in solving crimes within their communities. To provide a crime tip, informants can anonymously call the toll-free number of (844) 466-6789. You will be directed by a voice-prompt providing you a selection to choose a designated community phone line. Crime Stoppers emphasizes that any crimes-in-progress should be reported immediately by dialing 911.

ARREST IN SEXUAL ASSAULT CASE – ENGLEWOOD, NJ

***CRIMESTOPPERS UPDATE*** ARREST IN SEXUAL ASSAULT CASE – ENGLEWOOD, NJ On July 28, 2017, an 83-year-old female from Dumont was the victim of a sexual assault at approximately 5:30 AM. The attack occurred in the rear parking lot area of the Korean Community Church, located at 147 Tenafly Road in the City of Englewood. The woman was on the way to an early church service there when a Hispanic male, possibly in his 30’s, approximately 5’6” in height, grabbed and tackled her to the ground in a doorway. The attached videos obtained from area security cameras show portions of the attack. The male was wearing some type of backpack, drawstring backpack or shoulder strap backpack, light-colored pants, and dark shoes with light-colored soles. The male stopped the attack and calmly walked away when the victim was able to wave down a passing vehicle. The woman sustained minor physical injuries. The investigating police agencies (Englewood City Police Department & Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office) made numerous positive contacts with residents and commuters that frequented the neighborhood where this assault occurred and some leads were developed. Numerous media outlets throughout the New Jersey/New York City areas broadcast the surveillance video that was recovered during the investigation. Additionally, the Bergenfield-Englewood-Teaneck-Hackensack Crime Stoppers group offered up to a $1,000 cash reward for any information significantly aiding in the ongoing investigation. Citizens were urged to leave a tip on the website at bergencrimestoppers.org by calling the CrimeStoppers Hotline at 844-466-6789 or by calling the Englewood Police Department Detectives directly. The case broke earlier last week when a phone tip came in with very specific information. That tip led case detectives from our Department and the Prosecutor’s office to 23-year-old Margarito Hernandez-Valladares, who was also known as Jose Ramirez Jr. Based on the evidence gathered during the investigation, along with statements Hernandez-Valladares made to detectives, he was arrested at the Englewood Police Station. He was charged with 2nd degree Attempted Sexual Assault, 3rd degree Criminal Restraint and 4th degree Criminal Sexual Contact. He was remanded to the Bergen County Jail and held pending a detention hearing. The way in which this case progressed was a classic example of how a community, with the help of Crime Stoppers, can work with their local law enforcement agencies in making their neighborhood a safer place to live. The charges against Hernandez-Valladares will be referred to the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office for further disposition. http://www.northjersey.com/story/news/crime/2017/11/13/police-make-arrest-july-sexual-assault-83-year-old-woman-englewood/858556001/