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SEVEN CATALYTIC CONVERTERS SWIPED

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The week in crime, as reflected in the Red Bank Police Department log, for the week of August 8 through 15. Entries are unedited.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 8-9-08 at Pearl St. Victim reported that unknown subject(s) scratched a parked vehicle on both sides from front to back. Ptl. Jorge Torres.

Theft reported on 8-9-08 at Leighton Ave. Victim reported that his lawn mower, black in color, 4.5 H.P. Briggs and Stratton was stolen from shed in back yard of residence. Ptl. Jorge Torres.

Criminal Mischief occurring at Bridge Ave. on 8-10-08. Victim reported that unknown person(s) shattered the passenger side window of parked vehicle. Ptl. Gary Watson.

Theft occurring between 8-9-08 and 8-10-08 at Rector Place. Victim reported that unknown person broke into a shed in back yard and stole a black metal Sears tool box filled with tools. Ptl. George Travostino.

Theft occurring between 8-8-08 and 8-10-08 at Leighton Ave. Victim reported that unknown subject(s) stole a red in color MDT 21” rotary push lawnmower from shed in back of residence. Ptl. Patrick Kennedy.

Criminal Mischief occurring at East Sunset Ave. on 8-11-08. Group of unidentified males were throwing rocks at residence and broken a window along side of front door. Ptl. Robert Gannon.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 8-11-08 at Spring St. Victim reported that unknown person(s) broke the passenger side window of parked vehicle. Ptl. Patrick Kennedy.

Criminal Mischief occurring at Spring St. on 8-11-08. Victim reported that unknown person shattered the glass in window of parked vehicle. Ptl. Patrick Kennedy.

Theft occurring at River St. on 8-11-08. Victim reported that her black messenger backpack was stolen from parked vehicle. It contained checkbook and credit cards. Ptl. Dawn Shields.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 8-12-08 at W. Front Street. Group of unidentified juveniles dumped soap into the waterfalls in front of the building, creating it to overflow with bubbles. Ptl. George Travostino.

Criminal Mischief and Defiant Trespass occurring between 8-10-08 and 8-12-08 at Shrewsbury Ave.—Vacant building. Unknown subjects damaged the door and frame by prying same open to gain entry. Sgt. Joseph Milko.

Theft occurring on 8-2-08 at the Wallace Street Parking Lot. Victim reported that unknown subject(s) stole the front license plate, windshield wipers and driver’s side mirror. Ptl. George Travostino.

Criminal Mischief occurring at W. Bergen Place between 8-12-08 and 8-13-08. Victim reported that a parked vehicle was damaged by unknown subject(s) with several long scratches damaging the paint. Ptl. George Travostino.

Theft occurring at Harding Rd. on 8-14-08. Victim reported that a Apple Ipod Nano was stolen. Ptl.James DePonte.

Theft occurring between 8-13-08 and 8-14-08 at Newman Springs Rd. car dealership. The director advised that seven 2008 Nissan vehicles which were parked in the lot had their catalytic converters stolen by unknown subject(s). Ptl. Matthew Ehrenreich.

Criminal Mischief occurring between 8-13-08 and 8-14-08 at Oakland St. parking lot. Victim reported that school bus had been vandalized by unknown person entering same and discharging the fire extinguisher inside of bus. Ptl James DePonte.

Criminal Mischief reported on 8-15-08 in parking lot at Bodman Place. Victim reported that parked vehicle had been scratched by unknown subject(s) with sharp object. Ptl. James DePonte.

ARRESTS 20 Contempt of Court

OTHER ARRESTS:

Four males, one 19 from Little Silver, one 18 from Middletown, one 19 from Shrewsbury and one 19 from Red Bank were arrested on 8-14-08 in the area of Gold Street Parking Lot for Under Age Alcohol Consumption by Ptl. Beau Broadley.

Margo Reis, age 28 female from Fair Haven was arrested on 8-14-08 in the area of Broad St. for Shoplifting by Ptl. Wendy Samis.

Antonio Suarez-Perez, male age 20 of Red Bank was arrested on 8-13-08 in the area of E. Sunset Ave. for Poss. of CDS Marijuana Under 50 grams and Disorderly Conduct by Inv. Juan Sardo.

Juvenile male age 13 of Red Bank was arrested on 8-12-08 in the area of South Pearl St. for Aggravated Assault, Poss. of Weapon Unlawful Purpose and Unlawful Poss. of Weapon by Det. Robert Clayton.

Brandy L. Gorski, age 28 female from Sayreville, NJ was arrested on 8-9-08 in the area of Newman Springs Rd. for DWI by Lt. Darren McConnell.

Anthony N Cadalzo, male age 22 of Middletown was arrested on 8-11-08 in the area of Shrewsbury Ave. for Criminal Trespass by Det. Robert Gannon.

Crystal Christensen-Cadalzo, age 25 female was arrested on 8-11-08 in the area of Shrewsbury Ave. for Criminal Trespass by Det. Robert Gannon

Male juvenile age 17 of Red Bank was arrested on 8-6-08 at Monmouth St. for Harassment by Det. Joey Fields.

Gabriel Rodriguez-Lopez, age 33 male of Red Bank was arrested on 8-4-08 in the area of Leighton Ave. for Poss. of CDS, Heroin by Sgt. Michael Frazee.

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