Noontime shoppers at Stop and Shop on Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015, were shopping and then stopped when they saw four police cars pull up to the front of the grocery store. Police responded at 12:21 p.m., after the Stop and Shop store manager called to report an argument taking place outside near the front of the store. The officers remained on the scene for about 20 minutes.
Saul E. Juarez of 202 Melissa Drive, Easton, Pa., reportedly lost his iPad at the New Brunswick Walgreens some time Wednesday. He did not report the loss to New Brunswick police, but did post signs offering a reward for its safe return.
Darryl R. Other, of 810 Eden Ave., found the iPad and was trying to return it to Mr. Suarez, police said.
The argument ensued when Mr. Juarez refused to pay the offered reward. Mr. Suarez took his iPad and left without paying the offered reward money, police said.