05/06- A Park Road resident reported several hundred dollar in fraudulent charges on a credit card. Sgt. Jesse Dykstra took the fraud report.
04/02- A Lake Ave resident reported that an unknown actor(s) fraudulently purchased several thousand dollars’ worth of watches utilizing her credit card. Ptl. Brook Robinson took the fraud report.
3/13- Thomas Moriarty, 31, Middletown was placed under arrest subsequent to a motor vehicle stop and charged with DWI. Subject was also found to be in possession of less than 50 grams of Marijuana. Mr. Moriarty was also received summonses for reckless driving, refusal to submit to breathe testing, operating a vehicle without an interlock device, failure to maintain lane and having a controlled dangerous substance in a motor vehicle. Subject was later released pending a Fair Haven Court Appearance. Ptl. Brooks Robinson was the arresting Officer.
Crime and arrest reports, unedited, as provided by the Fair Haven Police Department for the months of December, 2018 and January, 2019. For additional information, please scroll to the bottom of this post.
12/01- Edward Brueck Jr., 74, Brick was placed under arrest following a motor vehicle stop after a warrant was located out of Atlantic City for his arrest. Subject was processed and released after posting full cash bail. Ptl. Brooks Robinson was the arresting Officer.
10/1- Bernard Higgins Jr., 37, Fair Haven was placed under arrest after an outstanding warrant was discovered for his arrest out of Long Branch. Subject was processed and turned over to Long Branch Police Department. Officer Patrick Anderson was the arresting Officer.
5-18: Michael P. Fish. 27, Middletown was arrested after a warrant was discovered during a traffic stop for his arrest. Subject was released after posting full cash bail. Ptl. Eric Patton was the arresting Officer.
5-23: Lisa K. Edwards. 46, Red Bank was arrested after a warrant was discovered during a traffic stop for his arrest. Subject was released after posting full cash bail. Ptl. Brooks Robinson was the arresting Officer.
A “capias warrant” for the arrest of Sean Di Somma was issued and is still in effect, a spokesman for the city of Dallas told redbankgreen late Friday afternoon, adding another twist to a bitter back-and-forth between rival Red Bank council candidacies.
City public information officer Jose Luis Torres said Di Somma’s check to pay a fine for running a stop sign in January, 2011 was returned for insufficient funds a year later, and the warrant was issued, he said in an email.
“Mr. DiSomma is currently in capias warrant status,” Torres wrote.
Di Somma called the latest twist in the controversy part of a “bureaucratic nightmare.”
By JOHN T. WARD
Keeping alive a controversy that ignited Thursday, the head of Monmouth County’s Democratic party released a snippet of audio Friday as purported proof that Red Bank council candidate Sean Di Somma is a wanted man in Texas.
In a statement, party chairman Vin Gopal describes the 25-second recording – made earlier in the day of an automated response from the Dallas Municipal Court – as confirming that an “alias warrant” remains outstanding against the GOP newcomer.
Red Bank council candidate Sean Di Somma tells redbankgreen that no warrant was ever issued for his arrest for running a stop sign in Dallas almost three years ago, contrary to an assertion by the Monmouth County Democrats.
Di Somma, a Republican, said he confirmed that there was no warrant with the Dallas police Thursday night, hours after Democratic party head Vin Gopal issued an unsigned press release claiming that “an active warrant has been issued for his arrest since 2011 in the State of Texas for a speeding issue.”
“There is no warrant,” Di Somma said Friday morning. “Dallas police verbally confirmed to me that there is no warrant.”
A long-dormant Red Bank election season erupted in finger-pointing Thursday as Democrats accused Republican newcomer Sean DiSomma of ducking an arrest warrant over a traffic violation in Texas two years ago.
DiSomma, right, called the airing of the matter “dirty politics from dirty politicians.”
Terrell Rainey, 19 was arrested by Sergeant Robert Clayton and Patrolman James DePonte following a motor vehicle stop on Bank Street at 9:45 a.m., according to department spokeman Captain Darren McConnell.
When Clayton attempted to take Rainey into custody on an outstanding warrant issued by the Wall Township municipal court, he physically resisted arrest and had to be subdued by the officers, McConnell said.
A loaded handgun, drugs and cash were confiscated in the execution of a search warrant at the apartment, said Captain Darren McConnell.
The raid was the was the culmination of an investigation conducted by Sergeatnt Robert Clayton into narcotic distribution at the residence, McConnell sai.
Recent activity reports, unedited, as provided by the Middletown Township Police Department.
Theresa Brown, age 28, from Parsonage Road in Edison, NJ, arrested on March 20, 2012 by Patrolman Charles Higgins on a Fugitive Warrant issued by the Broward County Court in Florida. She was held on $100,000.00 bail with no 10% option.
Antonio Cianflore, age 24, from Fourth Street in Middlesex, NJ, arrested on March 20, 2012 by Patrolman Robert Shannon on a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Middletown Municipal Court. He was held on $1,000.00 bail.
On June 29, 2011 at approximately 11:15 am Patrolman Keith Hirschbein was on patrol in the area of Highway 36 when he stopped a vehicle for having an invalid inspection sticker. Officer Hirschbein approached the driver and asked him for his driving credentials. The driver provided the officer with a fake name.
Officer Hirschbein conducted an investigation which resulted in the identification of the driver as Allen Stenquist, age 37, from Leonardville Road in Belford, NJ. Stenquist was placed under arrest and was transported to police headquarters where he was charged with Hindering Apprehension and Driving While Revoked. He was processed and released pending a court date.
On April 20, 2011 at approximately 2:00 pm the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office Narcotics Task Force Bayshore Unit and the Middletown Township Police Department executed a search warrant at the basement apartment of # 813 Main Street in Belford. The warrant execution was a result of an ongoing investigation into the sale of illegal narcotics from the apartment.