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SHREWSBURY: CRIMES AND ARRESTS

2018_authorities_cherrytop_sbury3-2-206x220-5694951Crime and arrest reports, unedited, as provided by the Shrewsbury Police Department for the period of December 1 to December 14, 2018. For additional information, please scroll to the bottom of this post 

CRIMES

Report of Theft in the area of Borden Street on 12/3/18. Victim reports unknown subject(s) removed property. Damages totaling $250.00. Ptl. Kyle Ludwig investigating.

Report of Theft by Deception in the area of Broad Street on 12/6/18. Victim reports unknown subject(s) made fraudulent ATM withdrawals. Damages totaling $18,000.00. Ptl. Joseph Barnicle investigating.

Report of Identity Theft in the area of Henry Street on 12/10/18. Victim reports unknown subject(s) utilized accounts to make fraudulent purchases. Damages totaling $1800.00. Ptl. Tyler Fox investigating.

Report of Terroristic Threats in the area of Blades Run Drive on 12/10/18. Victim reports unknown subject(s) made threats via telephone. Ptl. Tyler Fox investigating.

Report of Theft in the area of Meridian Way on 12/11/18. Victim reports unknown subject(s) removed property. Damages totaling $3,480.00. Ptl. Tyler Fox investigating.

Report of Shoplifting in the area of Broad Street on 12/11/18. Victim reports unknown subject(s) removed merchandise. Ptl. Tyler Fox investigating.

ARRESTS

Carissa L. Bossert, female age 30 of Red Bank was arrested on 12/2/18 for Shoplifting in the area of Shrewsbury Avenue by Ptl. Derek Myers.

Arthur Deeken, male age 36 of Red Bank was arrested on 12/2/18 for Shoplifting in the area of Shrewsbury Avenue by Ptl. Derek Myers.

Taylor A. Oliveras, female age 26 of Eatontown was arrested on 12/7/18 for Driving While Intoxicated in the area of Broad Street by Ptl. Daniel DeCristofaro.

Nathaniel L. Gabriel, male age 32 of Neptune was arrested on 12/8/18 for Contempt of Court in the area of Patterson Avenue by Sgt. Matthew Clark.

Danielle R. Cartier, female age 40 of Eatontown was arrested on 12/8/18 for Contempt of Court in the area of Broad Street by Sgt. Matthew Clark.

John E. Rogers, male age 64 of Tinton Falls was arrested on 12/8/18 for Contempt of Court in the area of Shrewsbury Avenue by Ptl. Daniel DeCristofaro.

Daniel B. Sullivan, male age 54 of Rumson was arrested on 12/9/18 for Driving While Intoxicated in the area of Sycamore Avenue by Sgt. Matthew Clark.

Lisa B. Kaplan, female age 47 of Tinton Falls was arrested on 12/11/18 for Driving While Intoxicated in the area of Broad Street by Ptl. Joseph Barnicle.

David M. Sears, male age 40 of Eatontown was arrested on 12/12/18 for Shoplifting in the area of Broad Street by Sgt. Tracy Polk.

Lamont B. Accoo, male age 44 of Asbury Park was arrested on 12/13/18 for Contempt of Court in the area of Broad Street by Sgt. Matthew Clark.

Kathleen R. Devin, female age 26 of Shrewsbury was arrested on 12/14/18 for Contempt of Court in the area of Sycamore Avenue by Ptl. Tyler Fox.

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