Stolen Vehicle and Fraudulent Activity Uncovered by Secaucus Police Anti-Crime Unit

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SECAUCUS, NJ – The Secaucus Police Department’s Anti-Crime Unit made a significant discovery on Wednesday, when they stopped a stolen BMW with heavily tinted windows and a cracked windshield. The vehicle was driven by 21-year-old Verly Antenor of Roselle Park, who was subsequently arrested after a search of the vehicle.

During the search, officers uncovered evidence of fraudulent bank activity, personal identifying information of various individuals, and three forged Georgia Temporary Registrations. It was also determined that the BMW had been stolen on September 23, 2022, in Morristown, NJ.

In addition to Verly Antenor’s arrest, Arthur Garlick, 31, and Laura Probst, 29, both of Paterson, were arrested on outstanding warrants. Garlick faces further charges after officers found 45 wax folds of suspected heroin and drug paraphernalia in his possession during a consensual search of their hotel room at the Rodeway Inn Motel.

Secaucus Police Chief Dennis Miller praised the efforts of the Anti-Crime Unit, stating, “The Secaucus Police Department will continue to probe problematic areas for criminal activity and seek out the criminal element. I am grateful for the Anti-Crime Unit’s dedication and persistence, under the auspices of Detective Sergeant Matthew Ford.”

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