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RUMSON: POLICE BLOTTER

Crime and arrest reports, unedited, as provided by the Rumson Police Department for April through June, 2018. For additional information, please scroll to the bottom of this post.

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4/15/18 – Dennis Heid, 26, of Long Branch was arrested by Ptl. Grace Maggiulli for Possession of Paraphernalia, in the area of Ridge Road and Harding Lane.

4/26/18 – Rogelio Sanchez, 28, of Tinton Falls was arrested by Ptl. James Fenn for Contempt of Court after turning himself in at HQ.

5/3/18 – Erica Reyes, 18, of Eatontown was arrested by Ptl. Michael Berger for Possession of CDS and Possession of Paraphernalia in the area of Rumson and Oakes Road.

5/17/18 – Brett Cashmore, 37, of Highlands was arrested by S/O Donald Morse for Contempt of Court in the area of East River Road and Ward Lane.

5/24/18 – Nathaniel Liebman, 35, of Manchester was arrested by Ptl. Daniel Campanella for Contempt of Court at HQ.

5/25/18 – Matthew Stypul, 42, of Fair Haven was arrested by S/O Donald Morse for DUI in the area of Evergreen Drive and Holly Tree Lane.

5/30/18 – Andrew Eastwood, 29, of Rumson was arrested by S/O Donald Morse for Contempt of Court in the area of Waterman and Washington Avenue.

5/30/18 – Neil Sorrentino, 19, of Belford was arrested by Ptl. Grace Maggiulli for Possession of CDS and Possession of Paraphernalia in the area of Bingham Avenue and Bingham Hill Circle.

5/31/18 – Larry Awalt, 51, of Long Branch was arrested by Ptl. Michael Berger for Contempt of Court in the area of Ridge and Briarwood Road.

06/28/18 – Ariana Reed, 21, of Red Bank was arrested by Ptl. Michael Berger for Possession of CDS in the area of West River Road and Bellevue Avenue.

6/30/18 – Benjamin Severance, 31, of NYC was arrested by S/O Donald Morse for Contempt of Court in the area of Rumson Road and Avenue of Two Rivers.

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.
 
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