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THEFTS REPORTED AT RED BANK EATERIES

call-in-the-authoritiesThe crime reports below were provided by the Red Bank Police Department for the week of April 22 to April 29, 2011. The information appears here unedited.

Theft occurring on 4-23-11 at West Front Street-restaurant. Victim reported that her cell phone a Blackberry Torch was stolen while at this establishment. Sgt. Errico Vescio.

Theft reported on 4-23-11 but occurring on 4-16-11 at Monmouth St. restaurant. Victim reported that her jacket was stolen from back of chair. Jacket contained a cell phone and a camera. Sgt Robert Kennedy.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 4-24-11 at Bridge Ave. Victim reported that parked vehicle was damaged and a windowpane was broken on a building near by. Ptl. Ashon Lovick.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 4-24-11 at 15 Monmouth Street business and 13 Monmouth St. Reported that unknown actor(s) spray-painted graffiti on outside wall of two buildings. Ptl. Matthew Ehrenreich.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 4-24-11 at Broad St. Graffiti spray-painted on building by unknown actor(s). Ptl. Ehrenreich

Criminal Mischief occurring on White Street on 4-25-11. Report of spray-painted graffiti on three buildings in the area. Ptl. Jorge Torres.

Attempted Burglary occurring at Newman Springs Rd. between 4-22-11 and 4-25-11. Owner of business reported that unknown person(s) attempted to gain entry by rear door, which had several pry marks on same. No entry gained. Ptl. Heather Pubylski.

Criminal Mischief occurring on Shrewsbury Ave. between 4-23-11 and 4-25-11. Unknown subject(s) knocked over large flower planter in front of business. Ptl. David Hicks.

Theft occurring on 4-26-11 at Monmouth Street business. Owner reported observing a unknown female in front of the store removing items such as flowers and a birdhouse from a cart, which was on the exterior of the business. When confronted she fled. Ptl. David Hicks.

Criminal Mischief occurring between 4-26-11 and 4-27-11 at Hubbard Park. Victim reported that unknown person(s) spray-painted graffiti onto fence in rear yard. Ptl. Thomas Doremus.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 4-28-11 at Mechanic Street. Report of graffiti spray-painted onto exterior of building. Ptl. Nicholas Maletto.

Shoplifting occurring on 4-28-11 at Broad St.-Clothing Store. Unknown person(s) shoplifted 37 pairs of shorts and 20 tee shirts from table where they were stacked in piles, without paying for same. Ptl. David Smith.

ARRESTS: 4 Contempt of Court

OTHER ARRESTS:

Juan Carlos Lopez-Hernandez male age 22 of Red Bank was arrested on 4-25-11 in the area of Spring St. for DWI by Ptl. Ashon Lovick.

Eugenio Morales-Franco, age 24 male of Red Bank was arrested on 4-24-11 in the area of Chestnut Street for DWI by Sgt. Errico Vescio.

Sergio Aleman-Cabrera, age 25 male of Red Bank was arrested on 4-24-11 in the area of Shrewsbury Ave. for Disorderly Conduct by Ptl. Nicholas Maletto.

Matthew Nissen, age 22 male of Matawan was arrested on 4-24-11 in the area of Bridge Ave. for Criminal Mischief by Ptl. Ashon Lovick.

Ricardo Luna-Tecopacho, age 30 male of Red Bank was arrested on 4-23-11 in the area of Monmouth St. for Simple Assault by Ptl. Nicholas Maletto.

Adhem Hady, age 23 male of Cliffwood Beach was arrested on 4-22-11 in the area of English Plaza for Poss. of Prescription Legend Drugs by Ptl. James DePonte.

Mary Roesinger, age 19 female of Neptune was arrested on 4-22-11 in the area of E. Front St. for Poss and Consumption of Alcohol Underage by Ptl. James DePonte.

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