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RED BANK: THREE HIGH-PRICED BIKES SWIPED

AUTHORITIES_RB2-2014The crime and arrest reports below were provided by the Red Bank Police Department for the period of April 24 to May 1, 2014. This information is unedited.

CRIMES:
Theft occurring on 4-25-14 at Broad St. business. Owner of business reported that unknown person(s) removed a 12-foot long section of metal fencing. Sgt. Wendy Samis.

Theft occurring on 4-27-14 at West Front St. Victim reported that he left his Apple I Phone on a bench unattended for a few minutes. Upon return phone was missing. Ptl. Patrick Kennedy.

Criminal Mischief occurring between 4-25-14 and 4-27-14 at Monmouth St. business. Victim reported that unknown person(s) struck glass door and shattered same. Sgt David Hicks.

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FAIR HAVEN: CLEMENTINE CYCLING TAKES OFF

Just three days after opening, Clementine’s early morning classes, like the 10:15 above, were nearly full. (Photo by Danielle Tepper. Click to enlarge.)

By DANIELLE TEPPER

Effie Drossman was a Wall Street trader when she fell in love with stationary cycling.

“It was 20 years ago,” she said. “I took my first spin class and I was hooked. Trading was stressful and it became the one thing that could get me focused and in the zone. It was my time.”

Two decades later, Drossman’s passion for cycling became the basis of a new business venture with the opening last week of Clementine Cycling Studio at 611 River Road in Fair Haven.

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SAILOR’S DELIGHT NOT IN THE FORECAST

park-bikers-081711A sailor’s-delight sunset backlit a group of kids on bikes at Red Bank’s Riverside Gardens Park Wednesday night. But a sailor’s-warning sunrise, and data-reading by the National Weather Service, foretell un-delightful thunderstorms Thursday and over the next few days. (Photo by Stacie Fanelli; click to enlarge)