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RUMSON: POLICE BLOTTER

Crime and arrest reports, unedited, as provided by the Rumson Police Department for the period of October 1 to December 1, 2015.

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Arrests

10/6/15 S/O Michael Berger arrested Robin Tunny, 58, of Sea Bright, for COC [Contempt of Court]. Mrs. Tunny was released ROR by Sea Bright municipal court.

10/10/15 S/O Michael Berger arrested Heriberto Cruz-Rios, 43, of New Brunswick, for DUI. Mr. Cruz-Rios was released pending court.

10/18/15 Richard Torres arrested Deisy Aguiar, 53, of Middletown, for DUI. Mrs. Aguiar was released pending court.

10/24/15 S/O Michael Berger arrested Keith Leahey, 50, of Long Branch, for COC. Mr. Leahey was released to the Middletown Police.

10/27/15 Richard Torres arrested Lisa Edwards, 44, of Red Bank, for multiple counts of COC. Ms. Edwards was released after posting bail.

11/16/15 Christopher Isherwood arrested Brendon Fox, 29, of Red Bank, for 3rd degree theft. Mr. Fox was released pending court. [UPDATE, October 11, 2016: This matter was dismissed by the municipal court on February 24, 2016, and the case was ordered expunged by Superior Court Judge Honora Kilgallen on June 30, 2016.]

11/20/15 Cody Lovgren arrested Jonathon Chapin, 22, of Fair Haven, for defiant trespass in the area of 74 West River Road. Mr. Chapin was released pending court.

11/21/15 Christopher York arrested James Furiato, 48, of Colts Neck, for criminal trespass in the area of 62 Rumson Road. Mr. Furiato was released pending a court date after posting bail.

11/27/15 S/O Donald Morse arrested Dylan Frawley, 18, of Middletown, for possession of less than .50 grams of marijuana. Mr. Frawley was released pending court.

11/29/15 S/O Donald Morse arrested Henry Murphy, 29, of West Long Branch, for Mr. Murphy was released pending court.

Crimes

10/21/15 Ptl Anthony Ciambrone took a report of the theft of items from a boat at Barnacle Bills dock on First Street.

10/25/15 Cody Lovgren took a report of a burglary to a home on Blackpoint Road.

10/29/15 S/O Michael Berger took a report of vandalism to lights in the area of 93 E. River Road.

10/30/15 Richard Torres took a report of the theft of coins and personal effects, valued at approximately $3,000, from a Lafayette Street resident.

10/31/15 Grace Maggiulli took a report of criminal mischief to a home on Bellevue Avenue. The resident reported a decorative lantern thrown at a back door.

10/31/15 Grace Maggiulli took a report of a burglary to a home on Buttonwood Avenue.

11/1/15 Peter Koenig took a report of a burglary to a home on Conover Lane.

11/5/15 Grace Maggiulli took a report of the theft of packages from the porch of a home on Avenue of Two Rivers. The missing items were valued at approximately $400.

11/7/15 Grace Maggiulli took a report of vandalism to property on Blossom Road. Multiple callers reported juveniles in the area.

11/10/15 Richard Torres took a report of the theft of items from an unlocked vehicle. The missing items were valued at approximately $8,000.

11/20/15 Bryan Dougherty took a report of the theft of jewelry from a home on Buttonwood Lane. The victim reports the items, valued at approximately $5,000, last seen in June of 2015.

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