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RED BANK CRIME REPORTS AND ARRESTS

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The following are entries in the Red Bank police logs from March 14 through March 20. The information is supplied by the police department and is both unverified and unedited.

Theft occurring on East Newman Springs Rd. on 3-14-08. Victim reported that while in a parking lot she left her wallet in shopping cart, left the area and upon returning the wallet had been stolen. Contained in wallet were cash and credit cards. Ptl. James DePonte.

Theft occurring at Spring St. residence between 3-13-08 and 3-14-08. Victim reported that unknown person(s) stole two solar light posts off of front porch. Det. Robert Clayton.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 3-15-08 at Spring St. parking lot. Victim reported that unknown subject(s) flattened all four tires on parked vehicle and also keyed vehicle around the entire perimeter of vehicle. Ptl. David Smith.

Theft occurring at Spring St. on 3-15-08. Victim reported that unknown subject(s) entered parked vehicle and stole a Dell Laptop computer and two Apple I-Pods. Ptl. David Smith.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 3-15-08 at Tilton Ave. Victim reported that unknown person(s) broke the driver’s side of window on parked vehicle. Lt. Darren McConnell.

Criminal Mischief occurring at Locust Ave. on 3-17-08. Victim reported that unknown person(s) threw an orange traffic cone through front window of residence. Ptl. George Travostino.

Criminal Mischief occurring at White Street on 3-17-08. Report of paint thrown on stucco building. Sgt. Richard Mangold.

Auto Theft occurring on 3-18-08 in the area of Montgomery Terrace. Vehicle stolen was a 1998 Mercury Sable. Det. Robert Clayton.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 3-18-08 in the area of W. Front St. Victim reported that a pane of glass in garage of business was broken out. Ptl. Geroge Travostino.

Theft occurring at Newman Springs Rd. residence between 3-10-08 and 3-19-08. Victim reported that unknown person(s) removed a piece of aluminum siding from rear of house. Ptl. John Camarca.

ARRESTS 6 Contempt of Court

Three males, one age 28 of Red Bank, one age 30 of Union Beach and other age 28 of Rumson were arrested on 3-20-08 in the area of Globe Ct. for Poss. of CDS, Marijuana by Ptl. Robert Gannon.

Maureen Burke, a female age 40 of Red Bank was arrested on 3-19-08 in the area of Broad St. for Terroristic Threats by Ptl. Patrick Kennedy.

Frank Martinez, a male age 20 of Red Bank was arrested on 3-17-08 in the area of E. Bergen Place for Receiving Stolen Property by Sgt. Eliot Ramos.

A male age 45 of Red Bank was arrested on 3-17-08 in the area of Shrewsbury Ave. for Simple Assault by Sgt. Joseph Milko.

A male age 23 of Farmingdale was arrested on 3-19-08 in the area of Broad St. for Attempt to Elude Police by Det. Robert Clayton.

Matthew Drury, age 22 of Lincroft was arrested on 3-17-08 in the area of Leighton Ave. for DWI by Lt. Darren McConnell.

A female age 25 of Leonardo was arrested on 3-17-08 in the area of Riverview Plaza for Terroristic Threats by Ptl. Robert Gannon.

A female age 20 of Keansburg was arrested on 3-17-08 in the area of Riverview Plaza for Simple Assault by Ptl. George Travostino.

Robert F. Finnegan, age 41 of Williamsport, Pa was arrested on 3-15-08 in the area of Maple Ave. for DWI and Poss. of Marijuana Under 50 grams by Lt. Darren McConnell.

A male age 15 of Little Silver was arrested on 3-15-08 in the area of Harding Rd. for Poss and Consumption of Alcohol Under the Legal Age by Ptl. George Travostino.

Blake A. Calabro, a male age 23 of Neptune was arrested on 3-14-08 in the area of Hudson Ave. for Unlawful Poss. of A Weapon and DWI by Ptl. John Camarca.

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