DAD, SONS BUSTED IN M’TOWN DRUG STING

middletown-pdBy DUSTIN RACIOPPI

A father and two sons were arrested after a lengthy undercover investigation by Middletown police and the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, police said.

The three-month investigation led to the arrests of Dean, Christopher and Peter Sadecki, all of 12 Walada Avenue, said Detective Sergeant Steve Dollinger. Authorities seized cash, a variety of drugs and a sport utility vehicle at the family’s Port Monmouth home.

Christopher Sadecki, 25, faces multiple charges, including cocaine possession, selling to an undercover cop, and distributing close to a park and a school.

After the undercover buy, authorities conducted a search warrant on Sadecki’s Walada Avenue home, resulting in additional drug possession and distribution charges relating to cocaine, Ecstasy, marijuana, and Xanax. He was ordered held on $111,000 bail, with no 10-percent option.

Police said they seized $2,600 and a 2005 Chevrolet Equinox at Sadecki’s home.

Charges were also brought against Sadecki’s brother, Peter, and father, Dean.

Peter Sadecki, 23, was charged with third-degree possession of CDS cocaine and third-degree possession of CDS ecstasy. His bail was set at $7,500 with no 10-percent option.

Dean Sadecki, 52, was charged with third-degree possession of CDS cocaine and third-degree possession of CDS ecstasy. He was released on his own recognizance.

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Middletown police also made an arrest related to a string of burglaries, Dollinger said.

• On July 5, 2011 Detective William Strohkirch and Detective Adam Finck arrested John Kuhlmeier, age 41, from Ocean Avenue in Middletown, NJ, for committing three residential burglaries. Kuhlmeier was charged with burglarizing homes on Ocean Avenue, Barbara Terrace and Church Street over the past week.

Detectives identified Kuhlmeier after conducting neighbor canvasses and reviewing video surveillance footage taken from a home in the area of one of the burglaries. He was charged with three counts of Burglary, three counts of Theft and two counts of Criminal Mischief. He was processed and held on $15,000 bail with a 10% option set by Judge Richard Thompson.

• On July 2, 2011 approximately 8:15 am Sgt. Paul Bailey was on patrol in the area of Apple Farm Road and Highway 35 when he stopped a vehicle for a motor vehicle violation. The officer  conducted an investigation and determined the driver had provided him with a fake name. Sgt. Bailey was able to identify the subject as, Gwen Daly, age 30, from Buckingham Circle in Middletown, NJ and located an outstanding Contempt of Court warrant for her arrest.

Daly was taken into custody and was transported to police headquarters where she was charged with Contempt of Court and Obstructing an Investigation. She was processed and released after posting bail.

• On July 5, 2011 at approximately 5:50 pm Sgt. Paul Bailey was on patrol in the area of Highway 35 and Pine Street when he heard fireworks being set off from a residential neighborhood close to the highway. Sgt. Bailey conducted an investigation and determined the fireworks were being set off from a residence on Crescent Parkway.

Sgt. Bailey continued his investigation which resulted in the arrest of Christopher Ingianni, age 23, from Crescent Parkway in Middletown for Possession of Fireworks, Possession of Under 50  Grams of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Sgt. Bailey located the Marijuana and paraphernalia on Ingianni after conducting a search incident to the arrest.

Ingianni was transported to police headquarters where he was processed and released pending a court date.

• On July 5, 2011 at approximately 10:50 pm Patrolman Nicholas Fenezia responded to the area of Broadway Avenue in reference to a report of a man, identified as Roger Bremekamp, age 46,  from Bay Hill Road in Leonardo, NJ, lying face down in the grass on the side of the road. The officer conducted an investigation and determined there was an outstanding Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Jersey City Municipal Court for Bremekamp’s arrest.

Bremekamp was taken into custody and was transported to police headquarters where he was processed and released on bail.