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RED BANK CRIME REPORTS

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Crimes for the week of July 18 through July 25, as reported by the Red Bank Police Department. Entries are unedited.

Theft occurring between 7-16-08 and 7-17-08 at Monmouth Street restaurant. Victim reported that unknown person stole her pocketbook, containing cash, Verizon Cellphone, digital camera and sunglasses. Ptl. Jorge Torres.

Theft occurring between 7-16-08 and 7-17-08 at Maple Ave. Unknown person(s) took a cash box containing $300.00 and an American Express credit card from the office. Sgt Richard Mangold.

Theft occurring on 7-18-08 at Leighton Ave residence. Report of lawn chairs being stolen from yard. Ptl. Gary Watson, Jr.

Criminal Mischief occurring at East Front St. establishment on 7-19-08. Two unknown males tore down the wooden panels on the side of the building after being refused entrance. Ptl. Ashon Lovick.

Theft occurring on 7-19-08 at Bridge Ave. Victim reported that unknown person(s) stole her rear license plate on parked vehicle and also took the insurance card and vehicle registration from glove box. Ptl. Matthew Ehrenreich.

Theft occurring between 7-18-08 and 7-21-08 at Catherine St.—Landscaping Company. Owner reported that unknown person(s) removed a X-Mark Laser 60’ ride on lawn mower, color orange from the shop. Ptl. Nicholas Maletto.

Theft and Criminal Mischief occurring on 7-21-08 at White St. Victim reported that damage was done to her parked vehicle by unknown person(s). The decorative molding surrounding the turn signal on right side of vehicle had been pried off. Ptl. Dawn Shields.

Theft occurring on 7-22-08 at Locust Ave. Victim reported that unknown person(s) gained access into parked vehicle and stole an I-Pod and a JVC removable radio face plate. Ptl. Nicholas Maletto.

Theft occurring on 7-22-08 at Oakland Street. Unknown person(s) removed a pane of glass from the entry door to a parked school bus. Ptl. David Smith.

Theft of Services occurring at Bridge Ave. restaurant on 7-22-08. Customer left without paying check for food he consumed. Ptl. Dawn Shields.

Theft occurring at Marine Park on 7-22-08. Victim reported that her purse was stolen while in the park. Purse was recovered later, but missing was the wallet which contained driver’s license and cash. Ptl. David Smith.

Theft occurring at Riverview Plaza on 7-24-08. Employee reported that cash was stolen from her handbag by unknown subject(s) which was located in the office. Ptl. Beau Broadley.

ARRESTS 9 Contempt of Court

OTHER ARRESTS:

Khalil M. Abdullah, age 21 male from Red Bank was arrested on 7-24-08 in the area of Bank St. for Poss. of CDS Marijuana over 50 grams, Poss. of CDS w/I to Distribute, Poss. of CDS w/I 500 ft. of public housing, Poss. of Drug Paraphernalia and Resisting Arrest. Sgt. Michael Frazee.

Martin J. Holleran, age 42 male from Atlantic Highlands was arrested on 7-21-08 in the area of Monmouth St. for Poss. of CDS marijuana and DWI. Ptl. Ashon Lovick.

Three female juveniles two age 16 and one age 14 all from Long Branch were arrested on 7-20-08 in the area of E. Newman Springs Rd. for Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest by Ptl. Dawn Shields, Ptl. James DePonte, Ptl. Matthew Ehrenreich.

Karam Alkhaleel, age 18 male of Tinton Falls and juvenile male from Middletown were arrested on 7-19-08 in the area of West Front St. for Disorderly Conduct by SLEO Shean Opie.

Hillary K. Lane, age 46 male from Red Bank was arrested on 7-18-08 in the area of E. Newman Springs Rd. for Disorderly Conduct by Ptl. Gary Watson.

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