LITTLE SILVER POLICE ACTIVITY IN MAY

Recent activity reports, unedited, as provided by the Little Silver Police Department.

call-in-the-authorities• May 6- A Criminal Mischief report was taken after a vehicle that was parked in the rear of Borough Hall had its front windshield damaged. P.O. Robert Chenoweth investigated.

• May 12- Two residences on Hance Rd. reported Criminal Mischief to their mailboxes.    Incident occurred during the evening hours. P.O. Amanda Arnold investigated.

• May 13- While on patrol, officers located Criminal Mischief to a mailbox which belonged to a Little Silver Point Rd. residence. P.O. Andrew Smith and P.O. Peter Giblin investigated.

• May 13- An Attempted Burglary was reported after officers responded to an alarm call to a business on Birch Ave during the early morning hours. Entry was not gained. P.O. Peter Giblin, P.O. Andrew Smith and Det. Greg Oliva investigated.

• May 13- A resident from Paag Ln. reported a Theft of a paddle board and paddles from their private dock. P.O. Amanda Arnold investigated.

• May 14- A business on Oceanport Ave. reported a Theft after they had some mail stolen from their mailbox over the weekend. P.O. Robert Chenoweth and Det. Greg Oliva investigated.

• May 15- A Burglary was reported to a Sycamore Ave. residence during the daytime hours. Nothing has been reported missing from the residence at this time. P.O. Eric Van Schaack and Det. Greg Oliva investigated.

• May 17- Daevon LeGrand, 19, Eatontown, NJ, was arrested for a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Eatontown Municipal Court. Lt. Robert Frank made the arrest.

• May 18- A resident from Ruddy Ct. reported a Theft when he discovered that an aluminum ladder had been stolen from his property. P.O. Joseph Glynn, Jr.

• May 19- Adam Ceribelli, 21, Astoria, NY, and Joshua Dietz, 18, Moriches, NY, were arrested by P.O. Peter Gibson and charged with Possession of Marijuana under 50 Grams and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Both subjects were released pending a court date.

• May 19- Kennetha Williams, 26, Tinton Falls, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop for a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Tinton Falls Municipal Court. P.O. Eric Van Schaack made the arrest.

• May 20- A Rumson Pl. resident reported Disorderly Conduct when a motorcyclist pulled over and urinated on his neighbor’s lawn. The resident confronted the motorcyclist at which time he got back on the motorcycle and fled the area prior to police arrival. P.O. Robert Chenoweth investigated.

• May 21- A Burglary/Theft was reported to a Branch Ave. residence during the daytime hours. Sgt. Kevin Halpin, P.O. Frank Salerno and Det. Greg Oliva investigated.

• May 22- Nelson Diaz, 44, Long Branch, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop for a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Long Branch Municipal Court. P.O. Andrew Smith made the arrest.

• May 22- Michael Rivera, 45, Brick, NJ, was arrested on a warrant following a motor vehicle stop. The warrant was for Theft By Unlawful Taking and was issued by the Toms River Township Police Department. P.O. Eric Van Schaack made the arrest.

• May 23- Jessica Laurie, 29, Brick, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop for a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Tinton Falls Municipal Court. P.O. Eric Van Schaack made the arrest.

• May 23- Peter Morley, 28, Oceanport, NJ, was arrested for an active warrant following a motor vehicle stop. The warrant was for Violation of Probation and was issued by the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Department. P.O. Joseph Glynn, Jr. made the arrest.

• May 24- Jonathan Jones, 26, Tinton Falls, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop for a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Cranford Municipal Court. P.O. Eric Van Schaack made the arrest.

• May 25- A Silverside Ave. resident reported a Theft of a license plate off of his vehicle sometime during the early morning hours. P.O. Andrew Smith investigated.

• May 26- A Queens Dr. South resident reported a Theft of an item from her front porch that was left out for a friend to pick-up. The victim’s friend came over to get the item and it was gone P.O. Amanda Arnold investigated.