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CRIME LOG, SEPT. 26 TO OCT. 3

Unedited entries from the Red Bank Police Department records for last week.

Theft occurring on 9-26-08 at Chestnut St. – Train Station Parking lot. Victim reported that unknown person smashed driver’s side window gaining entry into parked vehicle and stole a Minolta Camera. Ptl. Paul Perez.

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Criminal Mischief occurring at Broad St. on 9-27-08. Report of a broken store glass window by unknown person(s). Sgt. Daniel Bannon.

Criminal Mischief occurring at Tilton Ave. on 9-27-08. Victim reported that unknown person(s) broke first floor window. Lt. Joshua Berbrick.

Theft occurring on 9-25-08 at Shrewsbury Ave. Victim reported that male subject stole scratch off lottery tickets from behind the counter. Ptl. Jorge Torres.

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CONSTABULARY NOTES: RED BANK

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The following are entries in the Red Bank police logs from March 7 through March 14. The information is supplied by the police department and is both unverified and unedited.

Burglary occurring in multi dwelling at Shrewsbury Ave. on 3-7-08. Owner of the residence reported unknown person(s) gained entry through window. Several areas in house had things disturbed and out of place. Nothing appeared to have been stolen. Ptl. Wendy Samis.

Criminal Mischief occurring at Catherine St. on 23-9-08. Victim reported that unknown person(s) kicked in the storm window on door to residence. Ptl. Wendy Samis.

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K-9 SEARCH LEADS TO BANK STREET ARRESTS

Updating our prior post on Bank Street police activity this morning:

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Tinton Falls Police Capt. David Trevena tells us officers from that department were led into Red Bank by one of their K-9 dogs on the trail of a suspect in more than 10 car burglaries last night.

On foot with the dog, Tinton Falls police notified and were joined by their Red Bank counterparts as they crossed the town line. The burglar wasn’t found, but in conducting a search of the western end of Bank Street, where the dog had led them, Red Bank authorities discovered two adults taking shelter in a vacant house.

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RESIDENTS RILED OVER CRIME

By LINDA G. RASTELLI

A recent string of burglaries and shootings in Red Bank evoked mixed reactions at a West Side Community Group neighborhood watch meeting last night, with some residents praising police efforts and others saying they feel unsafe.

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“I was born and raised here. I never felt vulnerable before,” said Connie Festa Aparicio, owner of Salon 340 on Shrewsbury Avenue, who said her Catherine Street home was burglarized this week. “I don’t know how to protect my home and business.”

“My block has turned into a tenement situation,” she said. “I was gone for two hours and I was hit. It took them 10 minutes. The neighbors called (police), but he jumped off the roof (before they got there). It’s scary.”

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