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FAIR HAVENITE REPORTS $70K BULLION THEFT

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The crime reports below were provided by the Fair Haven Police Department for the month of April 2011. The information appears here unedited.

4/1/11

2 intoxicated juvenile males; 1 from Rumson and the other from Fair Haven were arrest for disorderly conduct by S.O. Reevey.

4/4/11

A report was taken for vandalism to a bench at a baseball field in the Borough. Sgt. Lambert took the report.

4/5/11

A burglary report was taken from a River Rd. resident that reported numerous pieces of jewelry were taken, along with approx. $200 in loose change and a check book. Ptl. Hostrup took the report and Det. Dykstra is investigating.

4/8/11

Joseph Amann, 60 of Fair Haven was arrested and charged with harassment and Contempt of Court. Sgt. Lambert and Ptl. Patton investigated. Mr. Amann was being held on bail at the Monmouth  County Correctional Institute.

4/9/11

Christian Cofone, 36 of Fair Haven was arrested and charged with simple assault by Ptl. Lagrotteria.

4/18/11

Ptl. Lagrotteria arrested a male juvenile from Long Branch for possessing less than 50 grams of marijuana following a traffic stop.

4/19/11

Troy McDonough, 36 of Fair Haven was arrested and charged with assault by Ptl. Lagrotteria.

4/22/11

A borough resident reported that he had approximately $70,000 worth of silver bullion bars taken from his residence. Sgt. Lambert took the report and Det. Dykstra is investigating.

4/27/11

A report was taken for graffiti that was spray painted on a sewage sub-station belonging to Two River Water Reclamation Authority and a cement wall near Schwenker’s Pond on River Rd. Det. Dykstra took the report and is investigating.

4/28/11

Joseph A. Bellino, 23 of Tinton Falls and his mother, Mercedes Bellino, 51 of Tinton Falls were arrested during Fair Haven Municipal Court. Joseph was sentenced to 60 days in jail and was later charged with resisting arrest and is currently lodged at Monmouth County Correctional Institute. Mercedes was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest and was released. Ptl. Hostrup and Det. Dykstra made the arrests.

-5 individuals were arrested on outstanding warrants for Failing to Appear/Contempt of Court.

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