<![CDATA[* At 9:47 p.m. on Monday, officers responded to the Scalini Fedeli Restaurant at 63 Main St. on a report of a stolen car. The valet reported that he observed a silver Nissan Murano occupied by three black males enter the parking lot. One of the males exited the Nissan and forced open the locked key box on the side of the building removing several sets of car keys. The suspect was able to gain entry into a 2012 BMW belonging to one of the patrons. Both cars then fled the scene heading east on Main Street. The car is a 2012 BMW 5 series with NJ license plates U91 CJX. The Chatham Detective Bureau is investigating this incident along with the Morris County Sheriff's Office CID and anyone with information is asked to call the Chatham Police Department at (973) 635-8000 * On Wednesday, Thomas Dipasquale, 20, of Oxford, was arrested on an $81 Hackettstown municipal court traffic warrant. Thomas was released pending a court appearance. * Police are looking for an early 2000's Chrysler Sebring that was invloved in a hit and run on Brooklyn Mountain road 11 p.m. on April 26. The vehicle lost part of the internal part of its front bumper. This vehicle first struck a boulder then a parked truck. There will be damage to the right front bumper, undercarriage or wheel well. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Hopatcong Police at (973) 398-5000. The photo is an example of the type of vehicle we are looking for. * At 8:50 p.m. on Wednesday, Officer Scott Price was dispatched to Walmart, located inside the ITC Mall Complex, for a shoplifter who was in the custody of Walmart Loss Prevention. Price arrived on scene and identified the female as Sonia Sikora, 28, of Flanders. Price investigated the incident and Sikora was subsequently arrested and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters, Sikora was charged with shoplifting and was released from police custody on her own recognizance. She has a pending court appearance. * At 9:31 P.M. on Monday, a 911 call was received by Morris County Communications reporting a dark-colored Chevrolet Trailblazer driving erratically on Schooley's Mountain Road in the area of Rock Spring Park. Patrol Officer Adam Feichter responded and saw a 2003 black Chevrolet Trailblazer on the shoulder of the roadway. The driver of the vehicle, Grace Stampf, 49, of Long Valley was incoherent and unable to walk. Stampf was unable to perform field sobriety tests so she was taken to headquarters where she refused to provide breath samples and was charged with driving while intoxicated, refusal to submit breath samples and reckless driving. Stampfs' vehicle was impounded and she was released to a family member following processing. Court pending.
About 25 gallons of hydraulic fluid leaked from Leo's Lunch Stand into a storm drain on April 30, police said.