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RED BANK: DOMINO’S ALLEGES WORKER THEFTS

authorities_rb2-2014-8879417The crime and arrest reports below were provided by the Red Bank Police Department for the period of December 18, 2013 to January 09, 2014. This information is unedited.

CRIMES:
12-21-13 A report of criminal mischief at 261 S Pearl St. Victim reported that the front door was damaged. Ptlm Quispe investigated

12-18-13 report of a theft from 283 Spring St. Victim reported that his phone was taken from laundry room Ptlw. Dawn Shields investigated

12-21-13 report of theft from 3 Broad St. Victim reports his Pea coat jacket valued at $659. was stolen. Sgt. Frank Bitsko investigated.

12-23-13 a report of theft at 301 Spring St. Homeowner stated that $5000.00 in jewelry was taken. Ptlw. Dawn Shields investigated

12-27-13 A report of a theft from Dominos Pizza complainant states a driver failed to return $209.00 Accused is a Marcus Strckland. Ptlw. Heather Pubylski investigated

12-29-13 a report of a Theft from 76 Chestnut St. several patrons had items taken from their lockers. Ptlm. Ashon Lovick investigated

12-31-13 A report of a theft from 99 Wallace street. Homeowner states medication was taken out of her purse. Ptlm. Paul Perez investigated

1-2-14 a report of a theft from 60 English Plaza (Dominos Pizza) the victim reported an employee (William Semmens) stole approx.: $2328.00 Sgt. Robert Clayton investigated

1-5-14 a report of theft at 178 Monmouth St. Victim reported that a Maria Rivera-Cancela stole $200.00. Ptlm. George Travastino investigated.

ARRESTS:

McCormick Williams, age 42 male of Red Bank was arrested on 1-7-14 in the area of Mechanic St. for Defiant Trespass by Ptl. Dawn Shields.

James Stevens age 49 of Asbury Park was arrested on 1-6-14 in the area of Monmouth St. for Disorderly by Ptl. Shane Dengel.

Joe Tepoz-Santamaria, age 19 male of Red Bank was arrested on 1-5-14 in the area of Oakland St. for Disorderly Conduct, Agg. Assault, Resisting Arrest by Ptl. Michael Zadlock and Ptl. Garrett Falco.

Edison Gamboa, age 45 male of Jackson was arrested on 1-4-14 in the area of Monmouth St. for DWI and Obstructing Administration of Justice by Ptl. Stan Balmer.

Kwame Johnson, age 37 male of Long Branch was arrested on 1-4-14 in the area of Shrewsbury Ave. for Poss. of CDS Marijuana under 50 grams, Attempt to Elude Police and Obstructing Administration of Law by Ptl. Matthew Ehrenreich.

Lydia Morency, age 22 female of Jackson was arrested on 1-1-14 in the area of Broad St. for DWI by Ptl. Heather Pubylski.

Dustin Palm, age 34 male of Belford was arrested on 12-31-13 in the area of Monmouth St. for Disorderly conduct, Resisting Arrest, and Obstructing Admin of Law by Ptl. Michael Zadlock.

Tadas Mazuolis, age 25, male of Brick was arrested on 12-29-13 in the area of Washington St. for DWI by Ptl. Ashon Lovick.

David Memmott, age 22 male of Rumson was arrested on 12-28-13 in the area of W. Front St. for Disorderly Conduct and Obstructing Administration of Law by Ptl. Nicholas Maletto.

Christopher McKnight, age 26 male of Lincroft was arrested on 12-25-13 in the area of Union St. for DWI by Ptl. Stan Balmer.

Jeffrey Summey, age 50 male of Eatontown was arrested on 12-24-13 in the area of Bridge Ave. for COC [Contempt of Court] by Ptl. Nicholas Maletto.

Jorge Munguia, age 47 male of Red Bank was arrested on 12-22-13 in the area of Branch Ave. for Simple Assault by Ptl. David Smith.

Joseph Levy, age 30 male of Port Monmouth was arrested on 12-21-13 in the area of Monmouth St. for COC [Contempt of Court], Hindering Apprehension by Ptl. George Travostino.

Ryan Fantasia, age 23 male of Belford was arrested on 12-19-13 in the area of Hubbards Bridge for DWI by Ptl. Stan Balmer.

Richard Fisher, age 61 male of Laurence Harbor was arrested on 12-18-13 in the area of Shrewsbury Ave. for DWI by Ptl. Stan Balmer.

 

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