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LITTLE SILVER: CRIMES AND ARRESTS

Crime and arrest reports, unedited, for the month of August, 2016, as provided by the Little Silver Police Department. For additional information, please scroll to the bottom of this post.

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August 4- Trevor Brian, 23, of Tinton Falls, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Branch Ave. for Driving While Intoxicated. P.O. Brian Conover made the arrest.

August 6- Courtney Calderon, 28, of Ocean, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Branch Ave. for an active Contempt of Court warrant out of the Asbury Park Municipal Court in the amount of $101.00. P.O. Brian Miller made the arrest.

August 8- Thomas Alcamo, Jr., 44, of Long Branch, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Silverside Ave. for an active Contempt of Court out of the Little Silver Municipal Court in the amount of $120.00. P.O. Taylor Doremus made the arrest.

August 16- A resident from Highfield Ct. reported Credit Card Fraud after discovering that there were fraudulent charges on their account. P.O. Robert Chenoweth and Det. Greg Oliva investigated.

August 17- Michael McKinney, 23, of Keyport, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Oceanport Ave. for active Contempt of Court warrants out of the Hillside and Newark Municipal Courts totaling $350.00. P.O. Taylor Doremus made the arrest.

August 17- A landscaper on North Lovett Ave. reported Theft after an unknown subject stole a leaf blower from the landscape trailer. P.O. Taylor Doremus investigated.

August 17- A manager from CVS Pharmacy reported Shoplifting after two male subjects stole hair products and fled the store prior to police arrival. P.O. Brian Conover and Det. Greg Oliva investigated.

August 18- Zoilo Gonzalez, 27, of Long Branch, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Oceanport Ave. for an active Contempt of Court warrant out of the Little Silver Municipal Court in the amount of $164.00. P.O. Taylor Doremus made the arrest.

August 19- A citizen who was attending Sickles Park reported Criminal Mischief after discovering that an unknown person(s) spray painted profanities on the playground equipment. P.O. Andrew Smith investigated.

August 19- Krista Lowe, 19, of Little Silver, NJ, was arrested following a loud noise complaint on Queens Drive East for Possession of Marijuana Under 50 Grams and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Sgt. Paul Halpin made the arrest.

August 20- Tony Prince, 47, of Hempstead, NY, was arrested following an investigation at CVS Pharmacy for Shoplifting and Conspiracy and was held in Monmouth County Correctional Institution on $100,000.00 bail. Sgt. Paul Halpin made the arrest.

August 20- Michelle Taylor-Moss, 46, of Jamaica, NY, was arrested following an investigation at CVS Pharmacy for Shoplifting, Conspiracy and Hindering. Sgt. Paul Halpin made the arrest.

August 20- Mark Hoousendove, 48, of Freeport, NY, was arrested following an investigation at CVS Pharmacy for Shoplifting, Conspiracy, Possession of CDS and was held in Monmouth County Correctional Institution on a Fugitive From Justice warrant out of Pennsylvania with bail set at $75,000.00. Sgt. Paul Halpin made the arrest.

August 23- Ryan Maxwell, 20, of Middletown, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Oceanport Ave. for an active Contempt of Court warrant out of the Middletown Township Municipal Court in the amount of $250.00. P.O. Taylor Doremus made the arrest.

August 23- Antonio Johnson, 33, of St. Louis, MO, was arrested following a suspicious person call on Paag Cir. for an active Contempt of Court warrant out of the Englewood Municipal Court in the amount of $250.00. P.O. Taylor Doremus made the arrest.

August 25- George Quackenbush, 56, of Oceanport, NJ, was arrested following an incident on Rumson Rd. for Contempt of Court. Sgt. Paul Halpin made the arrest.

August 26- David Dicindio, 54, of Port Reading, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Seven Bridges Rd. for an active Contempt of Court warrant out of the Neptune City Municipal Court in the amount of $351.00. P.O. Brian Conover made the arrest.

August 27- Terance Costello, 42, of Chicago, IL, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Seven Bridges Rd. for Driving While Intoxicated. P.O. Brian Conover made the arrest.

August 30- A resident from Oakes Rd. reported Criminal Mischief to their vehicle after discovering that an unknown person(s) caused damage to the hood. P.O. Andrew Smith investigated.

August 30- A resident from Little Silver Point Rd. reported Criminal Mischief after discovering that an unknown person(s) caused damage to their swimming pool pump. P.O. Joseph Glynn, Jr. investigated.

Publisher’s Note: This compilation of crime and arrest reports was provided to redbankgreen by police, and appears here without any changes except for formatting. 

An arrest is not a finding of guilt: that’s something for a court to decide. redbankgreen publishes this information in continuation of a great American newspaper tradition because we believe it has community value.
If there is a factual error in this post, please let us know at [email protected]. But if this post is in itself accurate, please do not plead your case to us. Again, that’s for the court to decide.
 
If the charges against you are dismissed or you are found not guilty, please send us a copy of the case disposition report, obtainable from the municipal court clerk, and we will update the post to include that information.
 
redbankgreen does not under any circumstances remove arrest reports or other posts from its archive. 
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