Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Police seek public's help identifying patron who may have crossed paths with the man who held up the video game store.
- POLICE & FIRE
Tuesday, January 15
Franklin Lakes Police think an unidentified man seen in surveillance footage could help them find a gun-wielding robber. Borough police are turning to the public to try to identify the man, seen above, more than two weeks after the Franklin Avenue GameStop was robbed. "This department would like to interview the depicted subject in order to determine if in fact he may have witnessed anything pertinent to our investigation," Franklin Lakes Police Lt. John Bakelaar said in a statement Tuesday. "We ask that anyone who may be able to identify this person to contact the Franklin Lakes Police Department, Detective Bureau at 201-891-3131." A man wearing a ski mask and brandishing an automatic handgun robbed the borough GameStop on Dec. 26, …
Friday, July 27, 2012
Daniel Chaupiz, 20, of Wyckoff, was arrested and charged with robbery for allegedly beating and robbing a man lured to Lincoln School by the man's ex-girlfriend.
The lover of a Wyckoff woman charged with luring her ex-boyfriend to a schoolyard for a savage beating and robbery was arrested Friday for allegedly carrying out the pummeling, police said late Friday. Daniel A. Chaupiz, 20, of Crescent Avenue, was arrested at his Wyckoff residence hours after police claim girlfriend Margaux Tocci orchestrated a conspiracy with several men to beat a 19-year-old Ridgewood resident at Lincoln School with a baseball bat and a pipe Thursday night. Police claim Tocci, 19, of Wyckoff, asked her ex-boyfriend to drive around with her in a new Ford Fusion she recently purchased. They drove to Lincoln School at around 10:30 p.m. when Tocci reportedly suggested they go for a walk. Chaupiz, according to Wyckoff Police…
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Robbers made off with $900, game systems
Masked men held up a video game store Tuesday night, making off with approximately $900 in cash and a number of video game systems, according to Franklin Lakes Police. Two masked, white males entered the Franklin Crossing Shopping Center GameStop as employees were closing Tuesday night. One of the men displayed a handgun and ordered two employees to turn over cash from the registers and safe. The employees were forced into the bathroom where they were tied up with duct tape. Both police and an employee at the store Wednesday said that those tied up in the robbbery were not hurt. The employee declined further comment. Police said the first male carrying the handgun and wearing a gray hooded shirt and gloves, appeared to be in his late 20s …