M’TOWN COPS NAB THREE IN TWO POT BUSTS

authorities2bMiddletown police arrested three men for marijuana possession in two unrelated cases in recent weeks, the department announced today.

The first of the busts occurred on October 28, when two officers in an unmarked car responded to a report of possible drug dealing on Ironwood Court, according to a press announcement by department spokesman Detective Lieutenant Steve Dollinger.

The second arrest occurred in the Lincroft section after a car sped away from police on routine patrol through a hotel parking lot, Dollinger said.

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FAIR HAVENITE BUSTED ON WEAPON CHARGE

hot-topic rightA 19-year-old Fair Haven man was arrested in Middletown on Saturday night on drug and weapon-possession charges, the township police department reported today.

Carl Vonpier was busted in the Lincroft section for holding what police said was a pot pipe and “a metal knuckle with two blades protruding from the top,” police said in a statement.

Township police spokeman Detective Lieutenant Steve Dollinger was unable to confirm immediately if Vonpier is the same man who caused a stir with a spree of alleged break-ins that triggered a dog-and-helicopter search in Colts Neck and Tinton Falls in July. That 19-year-old suspect was also named Carl Vonpier and reported to be a Fair Haven resident.

Here’s the text of the news release:

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PAIR ROBBED BY JUVENILES ON WEST BERGEN

rbpd-patrol-webThe crime reports below were provided by the Red Bank Police Department for the week of October 22 to October 29, 2010. The information appears here unedited.

Criminal Mischief occurring on 10-23-10 at Maple Ave. Victim reported that unknown person(s) dented parked vehicle. Ptl. Patrick Kennedy.

Theft occurring on 10-23-10 at Broad St.-Restaurant. Victim reported that unknown person(s) stole her wallet, which contained, credit cards and I.D. Sgt. Michael Furlong.

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ICE RINK LOCKER ROOM BURGLARIZED

rbpd3 patrol RIGHTThe crime reports below were provided by the Red Bank Police Department for the week of October 15 to October 22, 2010. The information appears here unedited.

Criminal Mischief occurring at Catherine St. on 10-15-10. Unknown person(s) spray painted graffiti on building. Ptl. Heather Pubylski.

Theft occurring on 10-16-10 at English Plaza parking lot. Victim reported that unknown person(s) stole cash from console of parked car. Ptl. Heather Pubylski.

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TWO BUSTED FOR HEROIN ON WEST SIDE

hot-topic rightFrom the Red Bank police:

The Red Bank Police Department executed a narcotics search
warrant on Friday evening that resulted in the arrest of two Red Bank
men. The raid at a Bank Street residence was conducted following an
investigation by Det. Robert Clayton into narcotics dealing at the
location.

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POT BUST IN MIDDLETOWN

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Middletown police arrested an 18-year-old Keansburg man and a 16-year-old juvenile on intent-to-distrubute charges after finding more than five ounces of pot in the car in which they were traveling Sunday afternoon, according to a department press release.

Here’s the full text:

On October 17, 2010 at approximately 1:40pm Patrolman Christopher Clark of the Middletown Township Police Department was on patrol in the area of Woodland Drive when he observed a vehicle fail to come to a complete stop at a stop sign. Ptl. Clark conducted a motor vehicle stop of the vehicle at which point the car pulled over and the driver and passenger immediately exited the car.

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COPS BUST MAN AS POT DEALER

authorities2bRed Bank police arrested a 22-year-old man for intent to distribute after he was found to have “20-odd bags” of marijuana in his possession late Friday night, according to department spokesman Captain Darren McConnell.

Veirick Kirlew, whose last known address is in Ocean Township, was also charged with hindering apprehension and intent to distribute within a school zone, McConnell says.

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STATE POLICE RAID WEST SIDE HOUSE

just_in1New Jersey State Police raided a house on Red Bank’s West Side before dawn this morning and were seen removing undisclosed material in plastic bags.

Red Bank police, as is customary in cases led by other agencies, assisted on the raid. But they had no information to share on what was found or if arrests were made.

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