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FAIR HAVEN: DWI, HIT & RUN CHARGED

Recent activity reports, unedited, as provided by the Fair Haven Police Department.

call-in-the-authorities• 3/1/13 Det. Schneider took a report for Check Fraud reported from a Grange Walk resident.

• 3/9/13 Sgt. Lambert and Ptl. Koetzner arrested two Juveniles that were found to be intoxicated and one of which was also trespassingat a Harvard Rd. residence.

• 3/10/13 Ptl. Patton and Ptl. Hostrup took a report for Burglary, to a Schwenker’s Place residence.  Det. Schneider also responded and is continuing the investigation.  It has been determined that nothing has been taken at this time, all items thought missing have been located at the residence.

• 3/11/13 S.O. Murray took a report for theft from a Lake Ave. resident.  The victim stated that someone on 2/5/13 stole a package that was delivered by UPS from his property.

• 3/14/13 Ptl. Reevey took a report for Burglary from a Ridge Rd. Business.   It was reported on this date that entry was gain and nothing taken however two weeks prior it was noted that $200.00 went missing.

• 03/16/13 Sgt. Dykstra and Cpl. Waltz arrested Tykim M. Matheo, 20, of Sayreville for Possession of under 50 grams of Marijuana.  Sheriff’s Officer Aretino and K-9 Ari also responded and assisted.  Mr. Matheo was released pending court.

• 3/16/13 Ptl. Lagrotteria and S.O. Murray took a report for Burglary and Auto theft, to a Poplar Ave residence.  Along with Jewelry, a 2006 Honda Civic was also taken.   Det. Schneider responded and is continuing the investigation.

• 3/16/13 Ptl. Lagrotteria and S.O. Murray took a report for Burglary to a Hance Rd. residence.  Det. Schneider responded and is continuing the investigation.

• 3/25/13 Ptl. Lagrotteria took a report for a Hit and Run Accident and subsequently arrested Katie E. Cornelisse, 32, of Fair Haven for D.W.I.  Ms. Cornelisse was released pending court.

• Ptl. Reevey took a report of Theft by Deception from a River Rd. resident.  The resident gave the contractor a deposit for work and materials.  The contractor never did any work and would not return the victims call.  Ptl.  Reevey was able to make contact with the contractor.  The victim was provided there full deposit back.  Sgt. Dykstra and Det. Schneider assisted.

• 3/27/13 Det. Schneider took a report for possible Identity theft from a Laurel Dr. resident.

• Cpl. Waltz took a report for Harassment from a McCarter Ave. resident.

• 3/29/13 S.O. Murray took a Theft report from an Oak Place resident.  Det. Schneider investigating.

 • 3/30/13 Sgt. Dykstra took a report for Identity Theft from a Church St. resident.

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