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POLICE BLOTTER

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Crime reports provided by the Red Bank Police Department for the
week of May 8 to May 15, 2009. This information appears here
unedited.

Theft occurring
at Broad St. and reported on 5-15-09. Owner reported that two former
employees had stolen numerous items ranging from furniture, blankets
and lamps from the store over the course of months. Ptl. Michael
Campanella. 


Shoplifting occurring
at Maple Ave. on 5-16-09. Owner of business reported that two females
entered business and shoplifted four dresses and left premise without
paying for same. Ptl. Heather Pubylski.

 

Criminal Mischief occurring
between 5-15-09 and 5-16-09 at Gold Street parking lot. Victim reported
that unknown person(s) spray painted her vehicle while it was parked
with green paint. Ptl. David Smith.

Theft occurring
between 5-15-09 and 5-16-09 at Broad St. – Restaurant. Victim reported
that unknown person(s) removed wallet from purse which contained cash,
checkbook and credit cards. Lt. Richard Mangold.

Criminal Mischief reported
on 5-17-09 at River St.-vacated house. Owner reported that unknown
person(s) broke the windowpane of rear door and gained entry. Rooms
were ransacked, but nothing reported stolen. Ptl. Michael Campanella.

Theft occurring
on 5-18-09 at Broad St. – Parking lot. Victim reported that a parking
sign reading Reserved Parking was stolen by unknown subject(s). Ptl.
Patrick Kennedy.

 

Robbery occurring
on 5-20-09 at S. Bridge Ave. [earlier report said Shrewsbury Avenue]. Victims reported that two black males who
brandished guns approached them from behind. Stolen was in cash and a
cell phone. Actors entered small cream-colored vehicle driven by two
females and fled the scene. Ptl. Thomas Doremus.

 

Criminal Mischief occurring
on 5-20-09 at Monmouth Street. Report of several flowerpots being over
turned by unknown subject(s). Ptl. Beau Broadley.

Criminal Mischief occurring
at Harding Road on 5-20-09. Report of a subject punching the passenger
side view mirror and kicked the passenger door causing damage. Ptl.
Heather Pubylski.

 

Theft occurring
on 5-21-09 at Bridge Ave.—parking lot. Stolen from parked vehicle by
unknown person(s) were 10 to 12 compact discs and several library
books. Ptl. Matthew Ehrenreich. 

ARRESTS 4 Contempt of Court

 

OTHER ARRESTS: 

Brian
James Colson age 23 male from Middletown was arrested on 5-22-09 in the
area of Coopers Bridge fro DWI by Ptl. Matthew Ehrenreich.

 

Glenn
Cooper, age 54 male from Asbury Park was arrested on 5-21-09 in the
area of Harding Road for Poss. of CDS, Cocaine by Sgt. Errico Vescio.

Two
male juveniles ages 16 and 17 from Middletown and Eatontown were
arrested on 5-21-09 in the area of West Front St. for Poss. of CDS
Marijuana
, Under 50 grams and Poss. of Drug Paraphernalia by Ptl. David
Smith and Ptl. George Travostino.

 

Shane
Stewart, age 18 male of Ocean Twp was arrested on 5-21-09 in the area
of Maple Ave. for Simple Assault by Ptl. Beau Broadley.

 

Ruben
Monge, age 36 male from Red Bank was arrested on 5-19-09 in the area of
Herbert St. for Disorderly Conduct by Sgt. Robert Kennedy.

 

Rudolph
Howard, age 58 male from Red Bank was arrested on 5-18-09 in the area
of Leighton Ave. for Disorderly Conduct by Ptl. Matthew Ehrenreich.

 

Seth
D. Henderson, age 23 male from Long Branch was arrested on 5-16-09 in
the area of W. Bergen Place for Poss. of CDS Marijuana under 50 grams
and Poss. of Drug Paraphernalia by Ptl. James DePonte.

 

Daniel
Costello, male age 30 from Red Bank was arrested on 5-16-09 in the area
of Reckless Place for DWI by Capt. Darren McConnell.

 

Stephanie
Hamilton age 36 female from Middletown was arrested on 5-15-09 in the
area of Monmouth St. for DWI by Ptl. John Camarca.

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