LITTLE FALLS, NJ - Saturday morning, the owners of Grandview Deli in Little Falls, arrived at their establishment to find that, overnight, someone had broken the front window of their storefront and stolen property from the premises.
Little Falls Police Detective Sergeant James Briggs explained to West Essex NOW, "Unknown persons smashed the front window during the overnight hours. They took the cash register which was later found located in the street in North Bergen."
Police have no other information at this time and no witnesses. The Deli is located at 730 Main Street, Little Falls, on the Fairfield and North Caldwell border.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact:
Detective Corporal Jason Macaluso: 973-890-4503
Detective Sergeant James Briggs: 973-256-0200
LITTLE FALLS, NJ - Friday, at about 11:51apm, the Little Falls Police and Fire Department responded to RigaTony's Italian Restaurant after a Mercedes had driven up onto the front sidewalk, crashing a dining table through the establishment's front window.
"An 84-year-old Cedar Grove woman hit the gas pedal instead of the brake when pulling into the handicapped parking space at RigaTony’s," explained Little Falls Police Detective Sergeant James D. Briggs, to West Essex NOW. "The glass to the restaurant was broken and there is a crack on the building exterior."
The owner, Vincent, reported that the restaurant was closed for about an hour and a half and by 12:30pm was back to serving customers.
No charges were filed regarding the incident and no injuries were reported.
RigaTony’s is located at 101 Rt. 23, Little Falls.