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THEFT OF ANTIQUE CAUGHT ON TAPE

rbpd-patrolcarThe crime reports below were provided by the Red Bank Police Department for the week of October 01 to October 8, 2010. The information appears here unedited.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 10-1-10 at Bridge Ave. Victim reported that unknown person(s) broke the glass of a kitchen window. Ptl. John Camarca.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 10-1-10 at Leonard St. Victim reported that he observed a unknown juvenile subject break side view driver’s side mirror on parked vehicle. Ptl. Jorge Torres.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 10-2-10 at Shrewsbury Ave. Report of graffiti spray-painted onto side of building by unknown subject(s). Ptl. Jorge Torres.

Burglary, Assault and theft occurring on 10-3-10 at 254 South Pearl St. residence. Victim reported hearing knock on door and upon opening door unknown male subject(s) punched him in the face, knocking him to the ground. Three or four additional males entered, ransacked the house and stole two lap top computers, a cell phone and woman’s jewelry. Ptl. James DePonte, Det. Joey Fields.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 10-5-10 at Riverside Gardens Park. Report of a concrete cap cracked into three pieces, which was part of brick wall. Ptl. Gary Watson.

Theft occurring at W. Front Street-Antique Center on 10-3-10. Owner reported that unidentified female, who was recorded on surveillance videotape, stole a six-foot oriental tri-fold screen hand painted from store, walked out of business not paying for same. Ptl. Nicholas Maletto.

Theft reported on 10-6-10 but actually occurred on 10-2-10 at Mechanic Street-Music Studio. Owner reported that unknown person(s) stole a 4-gigabyte flash drive, which was next to a computer. Lt. Michael Clay.

Burglary, Theft, Criminal Mischief occurring on 10-6-10 at 258 S. Pearl St. residence. Victim reported that unknown subject(s) kicked the back door of residence, breaking same and then gaining entry. Stolen from the residence was a small safe, which contained personal papers. Sgt. Frank Bitsko.

ARRESTS: 2 Contempt of Court

OTHER ARRESTS:

A male juvenile age 17 who lives in Red Bank was arrested on 10-5-10 in the area of Oakland St. for Simple Assault and Terroristic Threats by Ptl. Robert Campanella.

Quincy Crenshaw, age 34 male of Asbury Park was arrested on 10-4-10 in the area of Montgomery Terrace for Simple Assault by Ptl. Nicholas Maletto.

Kaisheem Williams, age 33 female of Red Bank was arrested on 10-4-10 in the area of Montgomery Terrace for Aggravated Assault, Poss. of Weapon Unlawful Purpose and Unlawful Poss. of Weapon by Ptl. Nicholas Maletto.

Leaha Lane, age 37 female of Fair Haven was arrested on 10-2-10 in the area of Catherine St. for Simple Assault and Poss. of Weapon w/Unlawful Purpose by Ptl. David Hicks.

A male juvenile age 13 from Long Branch was arrested on 10-1-10 in the area of Leonard St. for Criminal Mischief and Obstructing Administration of Law by Ptl. James DePonte.

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