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FAIR HAVEN POLICE BLOTTER FOR NOVEMBER

Activity reports for the month of November, unedited, as provided by the Fair Haven Police Department.

call-in-the-authorities•11/1/11

-Ptl. Schneider arrested Katharine Fox, 66, Rumson, NJ for being in Contempt of Court. Ms. Fox was released after posting bail.

11/2/11

-Subsequent to an investigation, Det. Dykstra charged Edward J. Zibro, 58, Cohoes, NY with passing a bad check to a Fair Haven business.

11/3/11

-Cpl. Waltz took a report of graffiti on playground equipment in Sickles Park.

11/5/11

-Ptl. Schneider arrested Tiffany N. Leachman, 25, Sea Bright, NJ for being in Contempt of Court. Ms. Leachman was released after posting bail.

11/6/11

-Ptl. Patton took a report of Criminal Mischief and Disorderly Conduct on Pine Cove Rd. The victim reported multiple juveniles jumping on and throwing rocks at his vehicle.

11/7/11

-Det. Dykstra charged Peter Faccas, 51, Hazlet, NJ with Theft by Deception from a Fair Haven business.

11/8/11

-Ptl. Reevey arrested Martin H. Porter, 24, Long Branch, NJ for being in Contempt of Court. Mr. Porter was released after posting bail.

11/12/11

-Ptl. Reevey took a report of burglary from a vehicle. Victim reported two debit cards taken from their vehicle while it was parked on Cambridge Ave. Det. Dykstra is investigating.

11/18/11

-Ptl. Schneider arrested Justin C. Geraud, 29, Sea Bright, NJ for Possession of CDS and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mr. Geraud was released pending a court date.

-Ptl. Reevey arrested Megan K. Bornemann, 28, Waretown, NJ and charged her with Obstructing Administration of Law. Ms. Bornemann was transported to Monmouth County Correction Institute in lieu of $5,000 bail.

-Ptl. Reevey charged Jonathan J. Holm, 31, Waretown, NJ with Resisting Arrest by fleeing from an officer. Bail set at $10,000.

11/27/11

-A burglary was reported by a Parker Ave. resident. Det. Dykstra is investigating.

-Det. Dykstra took a report of Criminal Mischief and Theft from a Poplar Ave. resident.

11/30/11

-Acosha S. Storm, 31, Red Bank, NJ was charged with Disorderly Conduct by Ptl. Reevey subsequent to an investigation.

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