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LITTLE SILVER: GAS, RAILROAD TIES STOLEN

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

call-in-the-authoritiesNovember 1– A resident reported Terroristic Threats following a verbal dispute about juveniles trespassing on another’s property on Birch Ave. P.O. Amanda Arnold and Sgt. Martin Scherzinger investigated.

November 2– Christopher Vega, 21, of Long Branch, NJ, was arrested following a suspicious person complaint on Silverside Ave. for a Contempt of Court warrant out of the New Brunswick Municipal Court. P.O. Amanda Arnold made the arrest.

November 3– A resident from Little Silver Point Rd. reported Theft after discovering that an unknown subject siphoned gas from his vehicle during the evening hours. S.O. John McGuire investigated.

November 4– A resident from Parker Ave. reported Theft after discovering that an igloo cooler that was located near his home was stolen during the early morning hours. P.O. Eric Van Schaack investigated.

November 7– A Burglary/Theft was reported to a residence on Harding Rd. during the day time hours. Unknown actor(s) forced entry into the rear of the home and removed an undisclosed amount of jewelry and electronics. P.O. Eric Van Schaack and Det. Greg Oliva investigated.

November 9– Brandon Strickland, 22, of Red Bank, NJ, was arrested following a traffic stop on Branch Ave. for a Contempt of Court warrant out of the Keansburg Municipal Court. P.O. Joseph Glynn, Jr. made the arrest with assistance from the Maryland State Police.

November 10– Jean McGuire-Dugan, 57, of Monmouth Beach, NJ, was arrested following a hit and run motor vehicle accident for Driving While Intoxicated. The accident occurred on Prospect Ave. P.O. Joseph Glynn, Jr. made the arrest.

November 12– A resident from Brookside Ln. reported Harassment after receiving unwelcome messages through a social networking website and text messages on his cell phone. Det. Greg Oliva investigated.

November 13– A resident from Little Silver Point Rd. reported Theft after discovering that an unknown actor(s) stole his mailbox during the evening hours. P.O. Peter Giblin investigated.

November 14– A juvenile male from Neptune City, NJ, was arrested for Harassment following an investigation of sexual harassment through a social networking website. P.O. Robert Chenoweth made the arrest.

November 15– Jason Andrews, 37, of Long Branch, NJ, was arrested for a Contempt of Court warrant out of the Neptune Township Municipal Court. P.O. Peter Giblin made the arrest.

November 15– A resident from Chesire Square reported Harassment after receiving several phone calls from an individual claiming to be a relative but was not. P.O. Peter Giblin investigated.

November 16– A resident from Branch Ave. reported Harassment after receiving several harassing phone calls throughout the week. Sgt. Martin Scherzinger investigated.

November 16– A resident from Queens Dr. East reported Harassment after receiving several phone calls from an unknown person claiming that the resident won a million dollars and a new car. The resident never entered any contest. Sgt. Martin Scherzinger investigated.

November 17– A resident from Lippincott Rd. reported Theft after discovering that a pile of railroad ties located close to his home were stolen during the evening hours. P.O. Robert Chenoweth investigated.

November 20– John Calderone, 53, of Red Bank, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Seven Bridges Rd. for Possession of CDS and a Non-Support warrant out of the Monmouth County Superior Court. P.O. Amanda Arnold made the arrest.

November 21– A student at Red Bank Regional High School reported a Theft after discovering that her cell phone had been stolen from her back pack during school. P.O. Robert Chenoweth investigated.

November 21– Kiran Malik, 28, of Catonsville, MD, was arrested for a Contempt of Court warrant out of the Tinton Falls Municipal Court. P.O. Peter Gibson made the arrest.

November 24– Joseph Arroyo, 32, of Long Branch, NJ, was arrested following a traffic stop on Silverside Ave. for Driving While Intoxicated. P.O. Amanda Arnold made the arrest.

November 25– A resident from Rumson Rd. reported Criminal Mischief when they discovered that their car was keyed and tires were slashed. P.O. Andrew Smith investigated.

November 26– Dorothy Duncan, 47, of Little Silver, NJ, was arrested following a traffic stop for a Contempt of Court warrant out of the little Silver Municipal Court. P.O. Eric Van Schaack made the arrest.

November 28– A resident from Monroe Ave. reported Identity Theft after she learned that an unknown actor(s) opened up several credit card accounts using her personal information. P.O. Amanda Arnold and Det. Greg Oliva investigated.

November 28– Rodrigo Silva, 21, of Port Townsend, WA, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Branch Ave. for a Contempt of Court out of the Oceanport Municipal Court. P.O. Peter Giblin made the arrest.

November 29– A resident from Fox Hill Dr. reported Harassment after receiving several harassing phone calls from an unidentified person. P.O. Amanda Arnold investigated.

November 29– Aarron Butts, 26, of Eatontown, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Branch Ave. for a Contempt of Court warrant out of Middletown Township Municipal Court. P.O. Andrew Smith.

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