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RED BANK POLICE BLOTTER

rbpd6 doorCrime reports provided by the Red Bank Police Department for the week of November 27 to December 4, 2009. This information appears here unedited.

Criminal Mischief occurring at Broad St. business on 11-28-09. Report of a broken glass store window by unknown subject(s). Lt. Richard Mangold.

Criminal Mischief occurring between 11-27-09 and 11-28-09 at White St. clothing store. Report of an unknown subject(s) breaking store window. Ptl. James DePonte.

Theft reported on 11-29-09 and occurring at Rector Place residence. Victim reported that on 11-22-09 subject(s) stole cash from bedroom. Ptl. David Smith.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 11-29-09 at Monmouth St. Victim reported that unknown person(s) caused damage to parked vehicle by kicking passenger and driver side doors. Ptl. David Hicks.

Theft occurring on 11-29-09 in the area of Monmouth St.. Victim reported that unknown person(s) removed a Red Max Back Pack Blower from trailer attached to parked truck and walked away with it. Ptl Dawn Shields.

Criminal Mischief reported on 11-30-09 at Wallace Street residence. Owner reported that a window was broken out in the vacant residence during the last four months. Ptl. Thomas Doremus.

Theft occurring at South Street residence between the dates of 11-11-09 and 11-28-09. Victim reported that while away, unknown subject(s) entered residence and stole cash and a Movado watch from bedroom. Lt. Daniel Bannon.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 12-1-09 at West Bergen Place. Victim reported that unknown person(s) dented the roof of car and scratched same. Ptl. Matthew Ehrenreich.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 12-3-09 at East Front St. parking lot. Unknown subject(s) ripped three signs out of ground and left same on ground. Ptl. David Smith.

Burglary occurring at Leonard St. residence on 12-3-09. Victim reported that unknown person(s) broke into residence by forcing the back door open and breaking the doorframe. Drawers in residence were ransacked. Stolen was a 42″ Emerson Plaza T.V. and Verizon Touch Screen Storm cell phone. Ptl. John Camarca. Sgt. Michael Frazee.

ARRESTS: 10 Contempt of Court

OTHER ARRESTS:

Rafael Valladaries, age 42 male from Red Bank was arrested on 12-4-09 in the area of Montgomery Terrace for Defiant Trespassing by Ptl. Matthew Ehrenreich.

Mark Degenito, age 48 male of Akron, Pa was arrested on 12-1-09 in the area of Shrewsbury Ave. for Poss. of CDS, Marijuana under 50 grams by Ptl. Ashon Lovick.

Roy E. Watson, age 55 male of Red Bank was arrested on 11-30-09 in the area of Shrewsbury Ave. for Terroristic Threats by Ptl. Robert Campanella.

Beth Wilder, age 21 female of Freehold was arrested on 11-29-09 in the area of Broad St. for DWI by Capt. Darren McConnell.

Jenna Brennan, age 25 female from Farmingdale was arrested on 11-28-09 in the area of Broad St. for Disorderly Conduct by Ptl. Heather Publyski.

Kevin J. Croke, age 38 male of Keansburg was arrested on 11-29-09 in the area of W. Front St. for Disorderly Conduct by Ptl. Heather Publyski.

Robert Patten, age 52 male of Middletown was arrested on 11-27-09 in the area of Coopers Bridge for DWI by Ptl. John Camarca.

Kristin Krueger, age 27 female of Fair Haven was arrested on 11-27-09 in the area of Broad St. for DWI by Capt Darren McConnell.

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