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BLOTTER: INSPECTION STICKER REMOVED

rbpd-patrol-webThe crime reports below were provided by the Red Bank Police Department for the period of July 1 to July 8, 2011. This information is unedited.

Theft occurring on 7-1-11 at West Bergen Place-vacant residence. Report of unknown person(s) stealing a washing machine and several radiators from within the house. Lt. Daniel Bannon.

Theft occurring on 7-1-11 at Wallace St.-Restaurant. Report from owner that unknown male and female left restaurant without paying bill for dinner. Ptl. George Travostino.

Theft occurring between 7-1-11 and 7-2-11 at Maple Ave. Victim reported that unknown person(s) removed two concrete planters from rear patio. Ptl. Thomas Doremus.

Shoplifting occurring on 7-2-11 at West Front St.-Unknown person(s) stole five gold and silver rosary bead necklaces without paying for same. Ptl. Michael Zadlock.

Theft occurring on 7-3-11 at Monmouth St. parking lot. Victim reported Unknown person(s) removed several items from parked vehicle, that being a cell phone, I pod, flashlight, folding knife and clothing. Lt. Michael Clay.

Burglary occurring at River Street on 7-5-11. Victim reported that unknown person(s) stole his wallet, which contained cash and driver’s license and also a neck chain from residence. Ptl. Heather Pubylski.

Theft occurring at Shrewsbury Ave-Auto Repair Shop on 7-6-11. Owner reported that unknown person(s) removed an inspection sticker from car in lot, which was there for repairs. Ptl. Ashon Lovick.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 7-7-11 at Broad Street business. Owner of business reported that unknown subject(s) spray-painted graffiti onto building. Ptl. Ashon Lovick.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 7-7-11 at Reckless Place– Victim reported that unknown person(s) damaged business wooden sign on property. Ptl. Patrick Kennedy.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 7-7-11 at White Street business. Victim reported that unknown person(s) spray-painted graffiti onto front pillars of business. Ptl. Ashon Lovick.

Criminal Mischief occurring at West Front Street-Church on 7-7-11. Report of graffiti spray-painted onto walls of building. Ptl. Ashon Lovick.

Criminal Mischief occurring at Shrewsbury Ave. on 7-7-11. Graffiti spray-painted onto building. Ptl. Patrick Kennedy.

ARRESTS: 9 Contempt of Court

OTHER ARRESTS:
Angela Carracino age 18 female of Monmouth Beach and Vincent Zerbo, age 20 male of Red Bank were arrested on 7-7-11 in the area of Wharf Avenue for Entering Licensed Liquor Establishment to Purchase Alcohol Underage and Misrepresentation of Age by Ptl. Robert Campanella and Ptl. Matthew Ehrenreich.

A female juvenile age 17 from Middletown was arrested on 7-7-11 in the area of W. Front St. for Curfew Violation by Ptl. Michael Zadlock.

Justin Whitley, age 25 male of Eatontown was arrested on 7-6-11 in the area of Oakland St. for False Information to Police Officer by Sgt. Errico Vescio.

Ian Reilly, age 37 male of Lakewood was arrested on 7-4-11 in the area of Union St. for Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest by Ptl. David Hicks.

Gary Brady, age 19 male of Hazlet was arrested on 7-4-11 in the area of Water St for Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest by Ptl. Deron Ilarraza.

Ivan Sanchez-Rosas, age 23 male of Red Bank was arrested on 7-4-11 in the area of Bank St. for Simple Assault by Ptl. Patrick Kennedy.

James Nakkash, age 23 male of Park Ridge was arrested on 7-4-11 in the area of Allen Place for Disorderly Conduct by Ptl. Ashon Lovick.

Three female juveniles two age 15 and one age12 from Long Branch and Red Bank were arrested on 7-3-11 in the area of Maple Ave. for Disorderly Conduct by Sgt. Errico Vescio.

Gabriel Ramos, age 67 male of Eatontown was arrested on 7-3-11 in the area of Monmouth St. for Disorderly Conduct by Ptl. Matthew Ehrenreich.

Silvia Bonilla-Orellana, age 27 female of Red Bank was arrested on 7-2-11 in the area of W. Westside Ave. for Simple Assault by Ptl. Robert Campanella.

Armando Cruz, age 24 male of Red Bank was arrested on 7-2-11 in the area of Tilton Ave. for Disorderly Conduct by Ptl. Ashon Lovick.

Pasquale Grande-Castellanos, age 29 male of Red Bank was arrested on 7-2-11 in the area of Shrewsbury Ave. for Obstructing Administration of Law by Ptl. Ashon Lovick.

Two male juveniles age 15 from Fair Haven were arrested on 7-1-11 in the area of E. Newman Springs Rd. for Underage Poss. of Alcohol and Misstating Age to Purchase Alcohol by Ptl. David Hicks.

Three male juveniles from Red Bank ages 13, 14 and 15 were arrested on 7-1-11 in the area of English Plaza for Curfew Violation by Ptl. James DePonte, Ptl. Paul Perez.

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