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BURGLAR TAKES CASH REGISTER

rbpd2 spotlightThe crime reports below were provided by the Red Bank Police Department for the period of December 31, 2010 to January 7, 2011. The information appears here unedited.

Theft occurring on 1-1-11 at W. Front St. Two victims reported that unknown subject(s) stole their coats, which they had hung in the coatroom of the restaurant. Ptl. Gary Watson.

Theft occurring between 12-31-10 and 1-1-11 at Bridge Ave. Victim reported that unknown person(s) entered parked vehicle and stole gold coins, a check and pair of sunglasses. Ptl. Matthew Ehrenreich.

Theft and Criminal Mischief occurring on 1-2-11 at Spring St. Victim reported that unknown person(s) broke driver’s side window on parked vehicle, gained entry and stole an IPod. Sgt. Robert Kennedy.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 1-2-11 at Catherine St. Victim reported that unknown person(s) threw a snowball through window in residence, breaking the glass. Ptl. Thomas Doremus.

Theft occurring on 1-3-11 at Monmouth St. Victim reported that unknown person(s) entered parked vehicle and stole a pair of sunglasses. Ptl. Ashon Lovick.

Lost or Stolen Property on 1-3-11 at 186 Monmouth St.-Grocery Store. Victim advised that while shopping she had her wallet and paid for items purchased. After leaving store, noticed she was not in possession of her wallet. Returned to location and could not find wallet. Wallet described as brown and containing passport, bankcards, cash and payroll check. Lt. Michael Clay.

Theft occurring on 1-3-11 at English Plaza Parking Lot. Victim reported that unknown person(s) stole items from parked vehicle. Items stolen were, cash and two bottles of prescription drugs. Lt. Michael Clay

Burglary occurring between 1-5-11 and 1-6-11 at Shrewsbury Ave. business. Victim reported that unknown person(s) gained entry through bathroom window and stole cash register from counter, containing cash. Ptl. Robert Campanella and Inv. Juan Sardo.

Auto Theft occurring at West Bergen Place on 1-6-11. Victim reported that his vehicle was stolen from driveway while the engine was running and doors unlocked. Victim had gone inside residence to retrieve items. Vehicle described as a 1992 Geo Prism, NJ Reg. ZMG49H. Lt. Michael Clay.

ARRESTS: 3 Contempt of Court

OTHER ARRESTS:

Juan Bautista-Santiago, male age 30 of Red Bank was arrested on 1-6-11 in the area of Monmouth St. for Disorderly Conduct by Ptl. Matthew Ehrenreich.

Kenneth White, male age 19 of Red Bank was arrested on 1-6-11 in the area of Riverview Plaza for Disorderly conduct by Lt. Joshua Berbrick.

Charles Carroll, age 42 male of Red Bank was arrested on 1-1-11 in the area of Monmouth St. for Poss. of Drug Paraphernalia, Simple Assault, Theft of Services and Disorderly Conduct by Ptl. Ashon Lovick.

Daniel Lopez, age 35 male of Red Bank was arrested on 1-1-11 in the area of Spring St. for Simple Assault by Ptl. Mike Zadlock.

James Maloney, age 52 male of Neptune was arrested on 1-1-11 in the area of Monmouth St. for Simple Assault by Ptl. Nicholas Maletto.

Bruce Vaughn, age 36 male of Red Bank was arrested on 1-1-11 in the area of W. Bergen Place for Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest by Ptl. Nicholas Maletto.

Ricardo Santamaria-Jimenez, age 24 male of Red Bank was arrested on 12-31-10 in the area of River St. for Simple Assault by Ptl. Patrick Kennedy.

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