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News Release – August 15, 2018

Lakehurst Couple Charged with Stealing a Motor Vehicle and Other Theft Charges

The Lakehurst Police Department charged Scott W. Parker, 21 and Thea M. Deehan, 22, both of Lakehurst after an investigation into the Theft of a Motor Vehicle that occurred in the Borough at an earlier date.

On Wednesday August 8, 2018 at approximately 3:51 PM, Officer Grant Hofferica and Sergeant Iain James responded to the Lucky 7 Deli, located at 408 NJ-70 in Lakehurst, for a report of a stolen vehicle. The victim reported that his vehicle, identified as a 2011 Hyundai Sonata, had been stolen from the parking lot sometime in the afternoon. Officers on scene began an investigation into the stolen vehicle. A week long investigation led to the identification of a suspect, identified as Scott W. Parker and a person of interest, identified as Thea M. Deehan. Probable cause was developed and a warrant was issued for Mr. Parker’s arrest.

On Tuesday August 14, 2018 at approximately 4:00 PM, Trenton Police Department advised the Lakehurst Police Department that the stolen vehicle was located and recovered in their jurisdiction. Officer Jason Guide and Officer Daniel Hourigan responded to Trenton and escorted the vehicle back to Lakehurst in order to be processed. The Ocean County Sheriff’s Department Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) unit was contacted and assisted with the processing.

On Wednesday August 15, 2018, Officer Jason Guide, Officer Daniel Hourigan and Sergeant Matthew Kline observed Mr. Parker and Ms. Deehan walking near Circle Plaza in Lakehurst. Officer Guide placed Mr. Parker under arrest without incident. Mr. Parker was transported to the Lakehurst Police Department for processing. Ms. Deehan was brought to Lakehurst Police Headquarters as well, in order to give a statement about the incident.

During processing, more information was discovered that led to Ms. Deehan being placed under arrest as well. It was also discovered that on Tuesday August 14, 2018, Mr. Parker had also stolen two credit cards from a female victim in Lakehurst. Mr. Parker used these credit cards to make multiple purchases at different stores in Lakehurst.

Mr. Parker was processed and charged with Theft by Unlawful Taking (Motor Vehicle – 3rd Degree) and Receiving Stolen Property (3rd Degree) and issued a warrant for the charge. Mr. Parker was also charged with a second count of Theft by Unlawful Taking (Credit Cards) and issued a summons for that charge. Mr. Parker was processed and transported to the Ocean County Jail, where he was lodged pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior and Lakehurst Municipal Courts. Ms. Deehan was processed and charged with Theft by Unlawful Taking (Motor Vehicle – 3rd Degree) and Receiving Stolen Property (3rd Degree). Ms. Deehan was issued a warrant for the charges and transported to the Ocean County Jail, where she was lodged pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court.

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Officer Robert Schroeck

Public Information Officer


News Release – August 6, 2018

Seat Belt Violation Lands a Mother and Daughter Drug and Hindering Apprehension Charges

The Lakehurst Police Department charged Deborah J. Kellum, 63, of Lakewood and Tarah T. Kellum, 31, of Point Pleasant after a motor vehicle stop by Sergeant Matthew Kline.

On August 6, 2018 at approximately 7:11 PM, Sgt. Kline was on patrol in the area of Center Street and Route 70, when he observed a blue 2006 Toyota Sienna with a front seat passenger who was not wearing her seat belt. Sgt. Kline initiated a motor vehicle stop with the vehicle and began speaking with the front seat passenger, identified as Tarah T. Kellum. Sgt. Kline also observed a female, identified as Deborah J. Kellum, who was sitting on the floor of the van and not in a seat. An on scene investigation was conducted, which led to a search of the vehicle and occupants. A subsequent search turned up a quantity of crack cocaine and two crack pipes. During the course of the investigation, it was discovered that Tarah Kellum had provided Sgt. Kline with a false name and date of birth and that she also had two active Lakewood Municipal Court warrants for her arrest for the amount of $2,316.00 and $2,500.00 and one active Ocean County Superior Court warrant for her arrest with no bail. It was also discovered that Deborah Kellum had one active Jackson Municipal Court warrant for her arrest for the amount of $500.00. Both Tarah Kellum and Deborah Kellum were placed under arrest and transported to Lakehurst Police Department for processing.

Tarah Kellum was processed and charged with Possession of Crack Cocaine, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Hindering Her Own Apprehension. Tarah Kellum was issued a warrant for the charges and transported to the Ocean County Jail where she was lodged, pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior and Lakewood Municipal Courts. Deborah Kellum was processed and charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and also issued one motor vehicle summons for Riding on Parts Not Intended. Deborah Kellum was issued a summons for the charges and released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Lakehurst Municipal and Jackson Municipal Courts.

Officer Robert Schroeck
Public Information Officer


News Release – August 3, 2018

Lakehurst Man Charged with Heroin Possession after a Motor Vehicle Stop

The Lakehurst Police Department charged Christopher J. Mahieu, 35, of Lakehurst after a motor vehicle stop by Officer Anthony Dipaolo.

On Friday August 3, 2018 at approximately 2:22 PM, Officer Anthony Dipaolo observed a vehicle that was being operated by a male, identified as Christopher J. Mahieu. Officer Dipaolo knew Mr. Mahieu to have an active Ocean County Superior Court warrant for his arrest. Officer Dipaolo conducted a motor vehicle stop with the vehicle and placed Mr. Mahieu under arrest on the strength of the warrant. An on scene investigation was conducted, which led to a search of the vehicle. The subsequent search turned up 24 wax folds containing Heroin and other drug paraphernalia. Mr. Mahieu was transported to Lakehurst Police Department for processing.

Mr. Mahieu was processed and charged with Possession of Heroin and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mr. Mahieu was also issued one motor vehicle summons for Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance in a Motor Vehicle. Mr. Mahieu was issued a summons for the charges and transported to the Ocean County Jail where he was lodged on the strength of the active warrant.

Officer Robert Schroeck

Public Information Officer


News Release – August 1, 2018

Tinted Window Violation Leads to Drug Distribution Charges for Hoboken Man

The Lakehurst Police Department charged Eric W. McNulty, 37, of Hoboken after a motor vehicle stop by Officer Jason Guide.

On Wednesday August 1, 2018 at approximately 2:47 PM, Officer Jason Guide observed 2015 Nissan that had its front windows tinted in the area of Union Avenue and Orange Street. Officer Guide initiated a motor vehicle stop with the vehicle and met with the driver, identified as Eric W. McNulty. Officer Guide conducted an on scene investigation, which led to the search of the vehicle and occupants. The subsequent search turned up a large quantity of raw marijuana packaged for resale, a quantity of Ecstasy pills, a quantity of Percocet pills, a scale and other drug paraphernalia. It was also discovered that Mr. McNulty had an active Hudson County Superior Court warrant for his arrest in the amount of $4,182.00. Mr. McNulty was placed under arrest by Officer Guide and transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing.

Mr. McNulty was charged with Possession with the Intent to Distribute Marijuana, Possession of Ecstasy, Possession of Percocet and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mr. McNulty was issued a summons for the charges and transported to the Ocean County Jail where he was lodged under the strength of the active warrant, pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County and Hudson County Superior Courts.

 

PO. Robert Schroeck

Public Information Officer


July 2018 – Arrest Blotter

July 5 – Karriem S. Nunnally, 47, of Lakewood was placed under arrest by Officer Zachary Schulte. Officer Schulte observed Mr. Nunnally near his vehicle and confirmed that he had an active Lakewood Municipal Court warrant. A search incident to arrest of Mr. Nunnally’s person turned up four (4) wax folds containing heroin and drug paraphernalia. Mr. Nunnally was charged with Possession of Heroin and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mr Nunnally was issued a warrant for the charges and transported to the Ocean County Jail where he was lodged pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court.

 

July 9 – Barbara A. Merriken, 44, of Lawrenceville Georgia was placed under arrest by Officer Zachary Schulte after a report of a dog bite. An on scene investigation discovered that Ms. Merriken had a full extradition criminal warrant out of Lawrencevill, Georgia. Ms. Merriken was processed and transported to the Ocean County Jail where she was lodged pending a tentative court date.

 

July 13 – Charles D. Novellano, 43, of Brick and Allyson M. Frunzi, 49, of Toms River were placed under arrest by Officer Robert Schroeck when he observed a vehicle parked at a local motel in Lakehurst that belonged to Mr. Novellano that he knew to have an active criminal warrant from the Middlesex County Sheriff’s Department. Officer Schroeck then attempted to the make contact with Mr. Novellano at the room he was previously staying in. A female answered the door, later identified as Allyson M. Frunzi. It was discovered that Mr. Novellano had ran into the bathroom and was attempting to hide, when he was alerted to the presence of the police. Officer Schroeck and Sergeant Iain James were able to take Mr. Novellano into custody without incident. An on scene investigation led to a search of Mr. Novellano’s vehicle and the motel room. A subsequent search turned up fourteen (14) wax folds containing Heroin, four (4) crack pipes, multiple hypodermic syringes and other drug paraphernalia. Both Mr. Novellano and Ms. Frunzi were arrested and transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing. Ms. Frunzi was charged with Possession of Heroin, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Being Under the Influence of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. She was issued a summons for the charges and released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court. Mr. Novellano was charged with Possession of Heroin, Tampering with Physical Evidence, Possession of a Hypodermic Needle and two (2) counts of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mr. Novellano was issued a warrant for the charges and transported to the Ocean County Jail where he was lodged pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court.

 

July 19 – Kyle A. Burozski-Sloan, 21, of Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer Madelyn Waltz after a report a suspicious person. An on scene investigation discovered that Mr. Burozski-Sloan was exhibiting signs of being under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance (CDS). Mr. Burozski-Sloan was placed under arrest and transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing. Mr. Burozski-Sloan was charged with Being Under the Influence of CDS and issued a summons for the charge. Mr. Burozski-Sloan was released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

July 21 – Thea M. Deehan, 21 and Scott W. Parker, 21, both of Lakehurst were placed under arrest by Sergeant Iain James after responding to a follow up investigation for a report of theft at a residence in Lakehurst. Upon his arrival, Sgt. James met with a female, identified as Thea M. Deehan. An on scene investigation led to the discovery that Ms. Deehan and her boyfriend, identified as Scott W. Parker, had taken the items previously reported stolen. Mr. Parker arrived at the residence as Sgt. James was on scene. Ms. Deehan and Mr. Parker were placed under arrest by Sgt. James. A search incident to arrest of Ms. Deehan’s person turned up thirteen (13) wax folds containing heroin, one (1) baggie containing crack cocaine, one (1) crack pipe and other drug paraphernalia. Both subjects were transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing. Ms. Deehan was charged with Possession of Heroin, Possession of Crack Cocaine, Theft by Unlawful Taking and two (2) counts of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mr. Parker was charged with Theft by Unlawful Taking. Both subjects were processed and issued warrants for the charges. Both subjects were transported to the Ocean County Jail where they were lodged pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court.

 

July 25 – Elbert Howard, 62, of Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer Anthony Dipaolo after a report of a car burglary in progress. An on scene investigation led to the identification of Mr. Howard and the discovery that he attempted to steal a wallet from a vehicle. Mr. Howard was placed under arrest and transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing. Mr. Howard was charged with Burglary to a Motor Vehicle and Criminal Attempt. Mr. Howard was issued a summons for the charges and released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court.

 

July 27 – Chelsie M. Stecher, 27, of Wilmington Delaware was placed under arrest by Officer Grant Hofferica after a motor vehicle stop for failure to maintain lane. An on scene investigation led to a search of her vehicle and person. A subsequent search turned up a quantity of a Controlled Dangerous Substance and drug paraphernalia. Ms. Stecher was placed under arrest and transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters where she was processed. Ms. Stecher was charged with Possession of CDS and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and issued a summons for the charges. Ms. Stecher was released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

July 31 – Laurie Leist, 48, of Whiting was placed under arrest by Officer Jason Guide after a motor vehicle stop. An on scene investigation discovered that Ms. Leist had an active Lakehurst Municipal Court warrant and an active Eastampton Municipal Court warrant for her arrest. Ms. Leist was processed and released pending a mandatory court date with both municipal courts.

 

July 31 – John Davis, 31, of Bayville was placed under arrest by Sergeant Matthew Kline after a pedestrian violation was observed. An on scene investigation led to the discovery that Mr. Davis was exhibiting signs of being under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance (CDS). The investigation led to a search of Mr. Davis’ person which turned up a quantity of drug paraphernalia. It was also discovered that Mr. Davis provided Sgt. Kline with a false name and date of birth, along with him having an active NCIC warrant, for third degree theft charge from Toms River, for his arrest. Mr. Davis was placed under arrest and transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing. Mr. Davis was charged with Hindering his own Apprehension, Being Under the Influence of CDS and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mr. Davis was issued a warrant for the charges and transported to Ocean County Jail where he was lodged on both the charges and the active warrant, pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior and Toms River Municipal Courts.

 

PO. Robert Schroeck

Public Information Officer

News Release – July 21, 2018

Lakehurst Couple Charged with Theft, Female Half also Charged with Multiple Drug Offenses

The Lakehurst Police Department charged Thea M. Deehan, 21 and Scott W. Parker, 21 both of Lakehurst with theft after a follow up investigation from a previous incident of theft that occurred in the Borough.

On July 7, 2018 at approximately 1:35 PM, Officer Anthony Dipaolo was dispatched to a residence located in Lakehurst for a report of a theft that had occurred. Upon his arrival, Officer Dipaolo spoke with the victim who advised him that a Samsung Television and a Playstation 4 video game console had been taken out of his room in his residence. Officer Dipaolo gathered pertinent information and an investigation was initiated.

On July 21, 2018 at approximately 11:03 PM, Sergeant Iain James responded to the same residence in order to perform a follow up investigation into the incident. Upon his arrival, Sgt. James met with a female, identified as Thea M. Deehan. An on scene investigation led to the discovery that Ms. Deehan and her boyfriend, identified as Scott W. Parker, had taken the items previously reported stolen. Mr. Parker arrived at the residence as Sgt. James was on scene. Ms. Deehan and Mr. Parker were placed under arrest by Sgt. James. A search incident to arrest of Ms. Deehan’s person turned up thirteen (13) wax folds containing heroin, one (1) baggie containing crack cocaine, one (1) crack pipe and other drug paraphernalia. Both subjects were transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing.

Ms. Deehan was charged with Possession of Heroin, Possession of Crack Cocaine, Theft by Unlawful Taking and two (2) counts of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mr. Parker was charged with Theft by Unlawful Taking. Both subjects were processed and issued warrants for the charges. Both subjects were transported to the Ocean County Jail where they were lodged pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court.

Sgt. James was assisted by Officer Madelyn Waltz.

PO. Robert Schroeck
Public Information Officer


News Release – July 13, 2018

Active Warrant Leads to Multiple Drug Charges for a Brick Man and Toms River Woman

 

The Lakehurst Police Department charged Charles D. Novellano, 43, of Brick and Allyson M. Frunzi, 49, of Toms River after a service of an active criminal warrant was executed at a local motel in Lakehurst.

On Thursday July 12, 2018 at approximately 11:41 PM, Officer Robert Schroeck observed a vehicle parked at a local motel in Lakehurst that belonged to a male, identified as Charles D. Novellano, that he knew to have an active criminal warrant from the Middlesex County Sheriff’s Department. Mr. Novellano was also a person of interest in a previous incident that had occurred at the motel. Officer Schroeck then attempted to the make contact with Mr. Novellano at the room he was previously staying in. A female answered the door, later identified as Allyson M. Frunzi. It was discovered that Mr. Novellano had ran into the bathroom and was attempting to hide, when he was alerted to the presence of the police. Officer Schroeck and Sergeant Iain James were able to take Mr. Novellano into custody without incident. An on scene investigation led to a search of Mr. Novellano’s vehicle and the motel room. A subsequent search turned up fourteen (14) wax folds containing Heroin, four (4) crack pipes, multiple hypodermic syringes and other drug paraphernalia. Both Mr. Novellano and Ms. Frunzi were arrested and transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing.

Ms. Frunzi was charged with Possession of Heroin, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Being Under the Influence of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. She was issued a summons for the charges and released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court. Mr. Novellano was charged with Possession of Heroin, Tampering with Physical Evidence, Possession of a Hypodermic Needle and two (2) counts of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mr. Novellano was issued a warrant for the charges and transported to the Ocean County Jail where he was lodged pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court.

Officer Schroeck was assisted by Sergeant Iain James, Officer William Bowers and Officer Madelyn Waltz.

 

Sgt. Matthew Kline
Lakehurst Police Department


June 2018 – Arrest Blotter

June 1, 2018 – Nina M. Sheppard, 34, of Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer Madelyn Waltz after a call for service for a reported shoplifter at the Dollar General located in Lakehurst. An on scene investigation determined that Ms. Sheppard had placed items into her purse that she did not pay for. Officer Waltz arrested Ms. Sheppard and transported her to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing. Ms. Sheppard was charged with shoplifting and issued a summons for the charges. She was released pending a mandatory court date with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

June 2, 2018 – William M. Cottrell Jr, 33, of Lanoka Harbor was placed under arrest by Officer Zachary Schulte after a motor vehicle stop for a maintenance of lamps violation. An on scene investigation led to a search of the vehicle and occupants. A subsequent search turned up two hypodermic needles. Mr. Cottrell Jr. was placed under arrest by Officer Schulte and transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing. Mr. Cottrell Jr. was charged with Possession of a Hypodermic Needle and issued a summons for the charge. He was also issued two (2) motor vehicle summonses for Driving While Suspended and Maintenance of Lamps. Mr. Cottrell was released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

June 3, 2018 – Frank A. Suncire, 24, of Akron Ohio was placed under arrest by Officer Robert Schroeck after a motor vehicle stop for a maintenance of lamps violation. An on scene investigation led to a search of the vehicle and occupants. A subsequent search turned up a quantity of a Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS). Officer Schroeck placed Mr. Suncire under arrest and transported him to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing. Mr. Suncire was charged with Possession of CDS and issued a summons for the charge. He was also issued two (2) motor vehicle summonses for Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle and Maintenance of Lamps. Mr. Suncire was released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

June 3, 2018 – Frances G. Ostroff, 36, of Whiting and Adrienne L. Hreha, 30, of South Toms River were placed under arrest by Officer Jason Guide after a motor vehicle stop for a maintenance of lamps violation. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Adrienne Hreha and the passenger was identified as Frances Ostroff. An on scene investigation led to a search of the vehicle and occupants. A subsequent search turned up a quantity of MDMA (“Molly”), a hypodermic needle, drug paraphernalia and a bottle of urine. Ms. Ostroff advised Officer Guide that she intended to sell the urine to a friend, in order for that friend to use it for a drug test. Officer Guide then placed Ms. Hreha and Ms. Ostroff under arrest and transported them to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing. Ms. Hreha was charged with Possession of MDMA and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and issued a warrant for the charges. Ms. Hreha was also issued two motor vehicle summonses for Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle and Maintenance of Lamps. Ms. Ostroff was charged with Possession of MDMA (“Molly”), Possession of a Hypodermic Needle, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Possession of Urine with the Intent to Defraud a Drug Test and issued a warrant for the charges. Both subjects were transported to the Ocean County Jail where they were lodged pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court.

 

June 5, 2018 – Christopher M. Muraczewski, 24, of Toms River was placed under arrest by Officer William Bowers after a motor vehicle stop for a maintenance of lamps violation. An on scene investigation led to a search of the vehicle and occupants. A subsequent search turned up a glass crack pipe inside the vehicle. Officer Bowers then placed Mr. Muraczewski under arrest and transported him to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing. Mr. Muraczewski was charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and issued a summons for the charge. Mr. Muraczewski was also issued one (1) motor vehicle summons for Maintenance of Lamps. Mr. Muraczewski was released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

June 6, 2018 – Shelly A. Morris, 47, of Brick was placed under arrest by Officer William Bowers at Lakehurst Municipal Court. Ms. Morris admitted that a Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS) that was found in her vehicle from an arrest of her son in November of 2017, had in fact belonged to her. Ms. Morris was placed under arrest by Officer William Bowers and transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing. Ms. Morris was charged with Possession of CDS and issued a summons for the charge. Ms. Morris was released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

June 9, 2018 – Rodney J. Worthy, 48, of Brick was placed under arrest by Officer Anthony Dipaolo after a call for service for a suspicious vehicle in the area of Lake Street. An on scene investigation determined that Mr. Worthy had provided Officer Dipaolo with a false name and date of birth. It was also discovered that Mr. Worthy had two active warrants from the South Amboy and Brick Township Municipal Courts. Officer Dipaolo then placed Mr. Worthy under arrest and transported him to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing. Mr. Worthy was charged with Hindering and issued a summons for the charge. Mr. Worthy was released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Lakehurst Municipal, South Amboy Municipal and Brick Municipal Courts.

 

June 9, 2018 – Kyle J. Kolbasowski, 29, of Toms River was placed under arrest by Officer Robert Schroeck for an active criminal warrant issued by Officer Schroeck for Eluding Police in a Motor Vehicle (2nd Degree). On June 8, 2018, Mr. Kolbasowski was operating a 1998 Harley Davidson motorcycle and driving in a reckless manner, observed by Officer Madelyn Waltz. Officer Waltz observed another vehicle also driving in a reckless manner and she was able to stop that vehicle. Officer Schroeck and Officer Zachary Schulte attempted to conduct a motor vehicle stop with Mr. Kolbasowksi. Mr. Kolbasowski initially acknowledged their presence and began pulling over, however he then looked over his shoulder, re-entered the lane of travel and accelerated to speeds of over one hundred (100) miles per hour. Officer Schroeck observed Mr. Kolbasowksi begin weaving in a reckless manner, in and out of traffic, in an attempt to elude them. Officer Schroeck and Officer Schulte made the determination not to pursue Mr. Kolbasowski out of the greater risk to the public and all involved. Officer Schroeck then returned to Officer Waltz’s motor vehicle stop and an on scene investigation was conducted. It was determined that the rider of the motorcycle was identified as Kyle J. Kolbasowski. The Ocean County Prosecutors Office was contacted and second degree charges were approved for Eluding Police in a Motor Vehicle. Officer Schroeck issued a warrant for Mr. Kolbasowski’s arrest. On June 9, 2018 the Toms River Police Department was contacted and they were able to arrest Mr. Kolbasowski at his residence in Toms River without incident. Officer Schroeck responded to the scene and transported Mr. Kolbasowski to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing. Mr. Kolbasowski was issued a warrant for the charge and issued multiple motor vehicle summonses. Mr. Kolbasowski was processed and transported to the Ocean Count Jail where he was lodged pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court.

 

June 10, 2018 – Paul Langone, 63, of Toms River and Mark A. Cremeans, 50, of Bayville were placed under arrest by Officer Robert Schroeck after a motor vehicle stop for a failure to maintain lane and a littering violation. An on scene investigation determined that Mr. Langone was operating his motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. The investigation also determined that Mr. Cremeans provided Officer Schroeck with a false name and date of birth and also had two (2) active Toms River Municipal Court warrants. Officer Schroeck then placed Mr. Langone and Mr. Cremeans under arrest and transported them to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing. Mr. Langone was issued three (3) motor vehicle summonses for Driving While Intoxicated, Reckless Driving and Failure to Maintain Lane. Mr. Langone was released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Lakehurst Municipal Court. Mr. Cremeans was charged with Hindering and issued a summons for the charge. Mr. Cremeans was turned over to the custody of the Toms River Police Department under the strength of the active warrants.

 

June 10, 2018 – Teddy Spann, 28 and Donah E. Sanford, 44 both of Mays Landing were placed under arrest by Officer Anthony Dipaolo after a motor vehicle stop for a failure to maintain lane violation. An on scene investigation led to a search of the vehicle and occupants. A subsequent search turned up 9.7 grams of raw, uncut Heroin, two baggies of cocaine, multiple bags of Marijuana packaged for resale and multiple Percocet pills. Officer Dipaolo then placed Mr. Spann and Ms. Sanford under arrest and they were transported to Lakehurst Police Department for processing. Mr. Spann was processed and charged with Possession with the Intent to Distribute Heroin, Possession with the Intent to Distribute Marijuana, Possession of Heroin, Possession of Cocaine, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of CDS (Percocet) and Being Under the Influence of CDS. Mr. Spann was also issued two motor vehicle summonses for Driving While Suspended and Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle. Ms. Sanford was processed and charged with Possession with the Intent to Distribute Marijuana and Possession of Marijuana. Both subjects were issued warrants for the charges and transported to the Ocean County Jail where they were lodged, pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court.

 

June 10, 2018 – James W. Keith III, 33, of Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer William Bowers. Mr. Keith III was charged with Simple Assault and issued a summons for the charge. Mr. Keith III was released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

June 12, 2018 – Thea M. Deehan, 21, of Toms River was placed under arrest by Officer William Bowers after he observed her walking in the area of Maple and Orange Street. Officer Bowers knew Ms. Deehan to have active warrants for her arrest. Ms. Deehan had two (2) active municipal court warrants from Lakehurst and Brick, along with one (1) active Ocean County Superior Court warrant. Ms. Deehan was placed under arrest by Officer Bowers. A search incident to arrest of her person turned up two (2) glass crack pipes inside of her purse. Ms. Deehan was transported to Lakehurst Police Department where she was processed. Ms. Deehan was charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and issued a summons for the charge. Ms. Deehan was transported to the Ocean County Jail where she was lodged on the strength of the active warrants.

 

June 14, 2018 – Darryl V. Trotman, 23, of Seaside Heights was placed under arrest by Officer Zachary Schulte after a motor vehicle stop. An on scene investigation led to a search of the vehicle and occupants. A subsequent search turned up a quantity of a Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS) and two (2) hypodermic needles. Officer Schulte placed Mr. Trotman under arrest and he was transported to Lakehurst Police Department for processing. The driver of the vehicle was issued four (4) motor vehicle summonses for Driving While Suspended, Unlicensed Driver, Failure to Exhibit Driver’s License and Failure to Make Repairs. Mr. Trotman was processed and charged with Possession of CDS and Possession of Hypodermic Needles. Mr. Trotman was issued a summons for the charges and released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

June 15, 2018 – Kevin R. Pineda, 20 and Luis O. Hernandez, 18, both of Trenton were placed under arrest by Officer William Bowers after a motor vehicle stop for a lamps required violation. An on scene investigation led to a search of the vehicle and occupants. A subsequent searched turned up a quantity of a Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS). Officer Bowers placed Mr. Pineda and Mr. Hernandez under arrest and transported them to Lakehurst Police Department for processing. Mr. Pineda was charged with Possession of CDS. Mr. Pineda was also issued three (3) motor vehicle summonses for Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle, Unlicensed Driver and Lamps Required. Mr. Hernandez was charged with Possession of CDS. Both subjects were issued summonses for the charges and released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

June 16, 2018 – Ibrahim A. Shaw, 20, of Newark was placed under arrest by Officer Harry Paul after a motor vehicle stop for an active East Orange Municipal Court warrant. Mr. Shaw was processed and released pending a mandatory court appearance.

 

June 17, 2018 – Mark K. Bryan, 54, of Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer Daniel Hourigan and charged with Aggravated Assault and Unlawful Possession of a Weapon. Mr. Bryan was issued a summons for the charges and released pending a mandatory court appearance.

 

June 17, 2018 – Nickolas B. Ayala, 33, of Philadelphia PA was placed under arrest by Officer Daniel Hourigan after a motor vehicle stop and charged with Driving While Intoxicated. Mr. Ayala was processed and issued three motor vehicle summonses for Driving While Intoxicated, Reckless Driving and Failure to Maintain Lane. Mr. Ayala was released pending a mandatory court appearance.

 

June 18, 2018 – Duane L. Goff, 56, of Whiting was placed under arrest by Officer Harry Paul after a motor vehicle stop and charged with Driving While Intoxicated. Mr. Goff was processed and issued three motor vehicle summonses for Driving While Intoxicated, Reckless Driving and Failure to Stop. Mr. Goff was released pending a mandatory court appearance.

 

June 20, 2018 – John Abramski, 49, of Lakewood and Kimberly P. Patterson, 28 of Brick were placed under arrest by Officer Daniel Hourigan after a motor vehicle stop. An on scene investigation was conducted which led to a search of the vehicle and occupants. A subsequent search turned up a quantity of crack cocaine, a quantity of hydrocodone pills, a quantity of alprazolam pills and drug paraphernalia. Mr. Abramski was charged with Possession with the Intent to Distribute Crack Cocaine, Possession of Cocaine, three (3) counts of Possession of CDS and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Ms. Patterson was charged with Possession of a Hypodermic Needle. Both parties were issued summonses for the charges and released pending a mandatory court appearance.

 

June 22, 2018 – John M. Kendrick II, 34, of Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer John Kurdes after a report of Shoplifting at the Dollar General in Lakehurst. An on scene investigation determined that Mr. Kendrick II was exhibiting signs of being under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance. Mr. Kendrick II was charged with Being Under the Influence of CDS and issued a summons for the charges. Mr. Kendrick II was released pending a mandatory court appearance.

 

June 22, 2018 – Melissa D. Fillingim, 27, of Seaside Heights was placed under arrest by Officer Madelyn Waltz after a report of Shoplifting at the Dollar General in Lakehurst. An on scene investigation determined that Ms. Fillingim had placed several items inside of her purse that she did not intend to pay for. It was also discovered that Ms. Fillingim had an active Freehold Township Municipal Court warrant for her arrest. Ms. Fillingim was charged with Shoplifting and issued a summons for the charge. Ms. Fillingim was released pending a mandatory court appearance.

 

June 22, 2018 – Joshua Collins, 19, of Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer Daniel Hourigan after a report to keep the peace. Mr. Collins was charged with Disorderly Conduct and issued a summons for the charge. Mr. Collins was released pending a mandatory court appearance.

 

June 22, 2018 – Jaquan L. Irby, 22, of Freehold was placed under arrest by Officer William Bowers after a motor vehicle stop. An on scene investigation led to a search of the vehicle which turned up a pair of brass knuckles. Also, it was determined that Mr. Irby had provided Officer Bowers with a false name. Mr. Irby was charged with Unlawful Possession of a Weapon and Hindering Apprehension. Mr. Irby was issued a summons for the charges and released pending a mandatory court appearance.

 

June 24, 2018 – Daniel Zacaula, 37, of Newark was placed under arrest by Officer John Kurdes. Mr. Zacaula was charged with Simple Assault and Obstructing the Administration of Law. Mr. Zacaula was issued a summons for the charges and released pending a mandatory court appearance.

 

June 25, 2018 – Angel L. Roman, 29, of Toms River was placed under arrest by Officer John Kurdes after a motor vehicle stop. An on scene investigation led to a search of the vehicle and occupants. A subsequent search turned up a quantity of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. Mr. Roman was charged with Possession of CDS and issued a summons for the charge. Mr. Roman was released pending a mandatory court appearance.

 

June 27, 2018 – Tabatha K. Homolovich, 27, of Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer William Bowers. Mrs. Homolovich was charged with Simple Assault, two (2) counts of Aggravated Assault on a Law Enforcement Officer, Resisting Arrest with Force, Criminal Mischief, Disorderly Conduct and Endangering the Welfare of a Child. Mrs. Homolovich was issued a summons for the charges and released pending a mandatory court appearance.

 

June 28, 2018 – Four juveniles were placed under arrest by Officer Anthony Dipaolo after a motor vehicle stop. An on scene investigation led to a search of the vehicle and occupants. A subsequent search turned up a quantity of Xanax pills and a quantity of a Marijuana. One juvenile was charged with Possession with the Intent to Distribute Xanax, Possession of Xanax and Being Under the Influence of CDS. Two juveniles were charged with Possession of Marijuana and Being Under the Influence of CDS. The last juvenile was charged with Possession of Xanax, Possession of Marijuana and Being Under the Influence of CDS. All juveniles were processed and released into the custody of their parents/guardians pending a mandatory court appearance.

 

PO. Robert Schroeck
Public Information Officer


News Release – June 10, 2018

 Mays Landing Couple Charged with Multiple Drug Distribution Charges after a Traffic Stop for Failure to Maintain Lane

 

The Lakehurst Police Department charged Teddy Spann, 28 and Donah E. Sanford, 44 of Mays Landing after a motor vehicle stop by Officer Anthony Dipaolo for Failure to Maintain Lane.

On Sunday June 10, 2018 at approximately 12:36 AM, Officer Anthony Dipaolo was working an enforcement grant with the Ocean County Prosecutors Office. Officer Dipaolo observed a red 2014 Mitsubishi that failed to maintain its lane of travel in the area of Route 70 and Lilac Street. Officer Dipaolo also observed the vehicle to be traveling well under the posted speed limit. Officer Dipaolo then initiated a motor vehicle stop with the vehicle.

The driver of the vehicle was identified as Teddy Spann and the passenger of the vehicle was identified as Donah Sanford. Officer Dipaolo was able to determine that Mr. Spann was exhibiting signs of being under the influence of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. An on scene investigation led to a probable cause search of the vehicle and occupants. A subsequent search turned up 9.7 grams of pure, uncut heroin, two baggies of cocaine, multiple bags of Marijuana packaged for resale and multiple Percocet pills. Officer Dipaolo then placed Mr. Spann and Ms. Sanford under arrest and they were transported to the Lakehurst Police Department for processing.

Mr. Spann was processed and charged with Possession with the Intent to Distribute Heroin, Possession with the Intent to Distribute Marijuana, Possession of Heroin, Possession of Cocaine, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of CDS (Percocet) and Being Under the Influence of CDS. Mr. Spann was also issued two motor vehicle summonses for Driving While Suspended and Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle. Ms. Sanford was processed and charged with Possession with the Intent to Distribute Marijuana and Possession of Marijuana. Both parties were issued warrants for the charges and transported to the Ocean County Jail where they were lodged pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court.

 

PO. Robert Schroeck
Public Information Officer


News Release – June 10, 2018

Failure to Maintain Lane Lands a Toms River Man DWI Charges and a Bayville Man Hindering Apprehension Charges

 

The Lakehurst Police Department charged Paul Langone, 63, of Toms River with Driving While Intoxicated and charged Mark A. Cremeans, 50, of Bayville with Hindering Apprehension and two active Toms River Municipal Court warrants.

On Sunday June 10, 2018 at approximately 12:34 AM, Officer Robert Schroeck and Ocean County Prosecutors Office Detective Michael Proto were working a grant enforcement detail. While on patrol, Officer Schroeck observed a 2010 Ford F-150 pickup that was exiting the Lakehurst Circle and began traveling East on Route 37. Officer Schroeck observed the driver of the pickup fail to maintain his lane of travel and the passenger of the vehicle ash debris from a cigarette out of the window that fell on the roadway. Officer Schroeck began following the pickup and observed the driver to fail to maintain his lane on two more occasions. Officer Schroeck then activated his overhead emergency lights and initiated a motor vehicle stop.

The driver of the vehicle was identified as Paul Langone and the passenger of the vehicle was identified as Mark Cremeans. After performing field sobriety tests with Mr. Langone, Officer Schroeck determined him to be under the influence of alcohol and he placed Mr. Langone under arrest for Driving While Intoxicated. During the course of the investigation, it was determined that Mr. Cremeans provided Officer Schroeck with a false name and date of birth. It was also discovered that Mr. Cremeans had two active Toms River Municipal Court warrants. Officer Schroeck then placed Mr. Cremeans under arrest for Hindering and for the two active warrants. Both subjects were transported to the Lakehurst Police Department for processing.

Mr. Langone was issued three motor vehicle summonses for Driving While Intoxicated, Reckless Driving and Failure to Maintain Lane. Mr. Langone was released pending a mandatory court date with the Lakehurst Municipal Court. Mr. Cremeans was charged with Hindering Apprehension and also issued one motor vehicle summons for Littering from a Motor Vehicle. Mr. Cremeans was issued a summons for the charges and released into the custody of the Toms River Police Department for the active warrants.

 

Chief Eric Higgins
Lakehurst Police Department


News Release – June 9, 2018

 Toms River Man Charged with Eluding After Running from Police on his Motorcycle in Lakehurst

 

The Lakehurst Police Department charged Kyle J. Kolbasowski, 29, of Toms River after he eluded Officer Robert Schroeck and Officer Zachary Schulte during an attempted motor vehicle stop.

On Friday June 9, 2018 at approximately 11:54PM, Officer Madelyn Waltz observed a silver Cadillac Escalade and a black Harley Davidson motorcycle that were being operated in a reckless manner and at a high rate of speed, traveling West on Route 70 in Lakehurst. Officer Waltz attempted to stop the Cadillac, while Officer Robert Schroeck and Officer Zachary Schulte attempted to stop the Harley Davidson. The driver of the Cadillac pulled over. The rider of the motorcycle was traveling at a high rate of speed and was ahead of the Cadillac. Officer Schroeck and Officer Schulte activated their overhead emergency lights in an attempt to stop the motorcycle. The rider of the motorcycle pulled onto the shoulder and appeared to be complying. The motorcyclist then looked over his shoulder, re-entered the traffic lanes and quickly accelerated at speeds of over 100 miles per hour. Officer Schroeck and Officer Schulte activated their sirens and observed the motorcyclist to begin weaving in and out of traffic in a reckless manner in an attempt to elude them. Officer Schroeck and Officer Schulte made the determination not to pursue the motorcycle out of the greater risk to the motorists and all involved.

Officer Schroeck and Officer Schulte returned to Officer Waltz’s location. An investigation was initiated and the rider of the motorcycle was identified as Kyle J. Kolbasowski. The Ocean County Prosecutors Office was contacted and second degree Eluding charges were approved. Officer Schroeck issued a warrant for Mr. Kolbasowski’s arrest.

The Toms River Police Department was notified of the incident and on Saturday June 10, 2018, they responded to Mr. Kolbasowski’s residence and arrested him without incident. Officer Schroeck responded to the location and transported Mr. Kolbasowski to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing.

Mr. Kolbasowski was processed and charged with Eluding a Police Officer in a Motor Vehicle. Mr. Kolbasowski was issued ten motor vehicle summonses for Failure to Yield to an Emergency Vehicle, Reckless Driving, Careless Driving, Speeding, Failure to Maintain Lane, Failure to Signal, Improper Display of Plates, Unclear Plates, Creating the Risk of an Accident and Handle Bar Height on a Motorcycle. Mr. Kolbasowski was issued a warrant for the charges and transported to the Ocean County Jail, where he was lodged pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court.

 

Chief Eric Higgins
Lakehurst Police Department


News Release – June 3, 2018

Motor Vehicle Stop for a Faulty Brake Lamp Leads to the Discovery of “Molly”

 

The Lakehurst Police Department charged Adrienne L. Hreha, 30, of South Toms River and Frances G. Ostroff, 36, of Whiting after a motor vehicle stop by Officer Jason Guide for a faulty brake lamp.

On Sunday June 3, 2018 at approximately 3:15 PM, Officer Guide observed a Mitsubishi in the area of Route 70 and Center Street with a brake lamp that was not illuminated. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Adrienne L. Hreha and the passenger was identified as Frances G. Ostroff. An on scene investigation led to a probable cause search of the vehicle and occupants. A subsequent search turned up a quantity of MDMA (Molly), a Hypodermic Needle, Drug Paraphernalia and a bottle of urine. Both Ms. Hreha and Ms. Ostroff were arrested and transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing.

Ms. Hreha was processed and charged with Possession of MDMA and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Furthermore, Ms. Hreha was issued two motor vehicle summonses for Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle and Maintenance of Lamps. Officer Guide spoke with Ms. Ostroff and she admitted that she was going to sell the bottle of urine to a friend in order for that friend to pass a drug test. Ms. Ostroff was processed and charged with Possession of MDMA, Possession of a Hypodermic Needle, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Distribution of Urine with the Intent to Defraud a Drug Test. Both parties were issued warrants for the charges and transported to the Ocean County Jail where they were lodged pending a mandatory court date with the Ocean County Superior Court.

Officer Guide was assisted by Sergeant Matthew Kline.

 

PO. Robert Schroeck
Public Information Officer


May 2018 – Arrest Blotter

May 2, 2018 – Randy L. Lynch, 39, Whiting was placed under arrest by Officer Jason Guide after a motor vehicle stop. An on scene investigation confirmed that Mr. Lynch provided Officer Guide with a false name and that his license was currently suspended. Mr. Lynch was placed under arrest and charged with Hindering. Mr. Lynch was also issued multiple motor vehicle summons for Driving While Suspended, Unlicensed, Failure to Exhibit Driver’s License, Failure to Make Repairs and Obstruction of View. Mr. Lynch was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

May 3, 2018 – Joseph R. Kaplan, 63, Whiting was placed under arrest by Officer Anthony Dipaolo after a call of a Shoplifter leaving the Dollar General in Lakehurst. PO. Dipaolo observed the suspect vehicle and initiated a motor vehicle stop. An on scene investigation developed the Probable Cause to charge Mr. Kaplan with Shoplifting. Furthermore, it was discovered that Mr. Kaplan had an active warrant out of Elizabeth Municipal Court. Mr. Kaplan was processed and issued a summons for the charges. Mr. Kaplan was released pending a tentative court date with both the Elizabeth Municipal Court and Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

May 7, 2018 – Barbara A. Sweet, 34, Browns Mills was placed under arrest by Officer Harry Paul after a motor vehicle stop. Ms. Sweet was placed under arrest on the strength of two active warrants from the Mt. Holly and Pemberton Township Municipal Courts. Ms. Sweet was processed and released pending a tentative court date with both courts.

Kevin D. McCutcheon, 27, Lakewood and Casey R. Garcia, 31 Toms River were placed under arrest by Officer Jason Guide after a motor vehicle stop. An on scene investigation led to a search of the vehicle and occupants. A search turned up a quantity of Cocaine, multiple hypodermic needles and an empty wax fold of Heroin. Furthermore, Ms. Garcia was found to have an active warrant from the Ocean County Superior Court. Mr. McCutcheon was charged with Possession of Cocaine. Ms. Garcia was charged with Possession of Hypodermic Needles and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mr. McCutcheon was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date with the Lakehurst Municipal Court. Ms. Garcia was processed and transported to the Ocean County Jail where she was lodged.

 

May 10, 2018 – Scott W. Parker, 21, Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer Anthony Dipaolo for an active Lakehurst Municipal Court warrant. Mr. Parker was processed and transported to Ocean County Jail where he was lodged.

 

May 11, 2018 – Christian A. Lopez-Torres, 19, Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer Zachary Schulte after a motor vehicle stop. An on scene investigation led to a search of the vehicle and Mr. Lopez-Torres’ person. A quantity of CDS and Drug Paraphernalia was discovered. Mr. Lopez-Torres was also issued two motor vehicle summonses for Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle and Maintenance of Lamps. Mr. Lopez-Torres was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

May 14, 2018 – Iyana M. White, 19, Toms River was placed under arrest by Officer William Bowers on the strength of two active criminal warrants from the Brick Township and Toms River Township Municipal Courts. Ms. White was processed and transported to Ocean County Jail where she was lodged.

 

May 16, 2018 – Xue Gui Lin, 37, Manchester was placed under arrest by Officer Madelyn Waltz. Mr. Lin was charged with Simple Assault. Mr. Lin was processed and issued a summons for the charges. Mr. Lin was released pending a mandatory court date with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

May 17, 2018 – Crystal L. Brown, 36, Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer Robert Schroeck after officers were dispatched to a call for a motor vehicle accident. An on scene investigation determined that Ms. Brown was exhibiting signs of being under the influence. Ms. Brown was arrested and processed. Ms. Brown was issued three motor vehicle summonses for Driving While Intoxicated, Reckless Driving and Careless Driving. Ms. Brown was released pending a mandatory court date with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

May 22, 2018 – Mariah J. Hill, 21, Lakewood and Jeanette V. Terrero, 22, Whiting were placed under arrest by Officer Robert Schroeck after a motor vehicle stop. An on scene investigation led to a probable cause search of the vehicle and occupants. A subsequent search turned up a quantity of CDS, three prescription pills, drug paraphernalia and two open containers of alcohol. Ms. Hill was charged with Possession of CDS and Possession of Prescription Legend Drugs. Furthermore, Ms. Hill was issued two motor vehicle summonses for Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle and Lamps Required. Ms. Terrero was charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Both subjects were issued summonses for their charges and released pending a mandatory court date with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

May 23, 2018 – David C. Bottcher, 36, Pennsville was placed under arrest by Officer Anthony Dipaolo after a motor vehicle stop. Mr. Bottcher was arrested under the strength of an active Toms River Municipal Court warrant. Mr. Bottcher was also issued a motor vehicle summons for Driving While Suspended. Mr. Bottcher was processed and turned over to the custody of the Toms River Police Department.

 

May 26, 2018 – Diane K. Smejkal, 44, Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer John Kurdes. Ms. Smejkal was charged with harassment and issued a summons for the charges. Ms. Smejkal was processed and released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

Kelly M. O’Brien, 38, Barnegat was placed under arrest by Sergeant Iain James after responding to a call of a suspicious person located at Circle Plaza in Lakehurst. An on scene investigation discovered that Ms. O’Brien was exhibiting signs of being under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance. Furthermore, Ms. O’Brien had an active Stafford Township Municipal Court warrant. Ms. O’Brien was placed under arrest for Being Under the Influence of CDS and on the strength of the warrant. A subsequent search of her person turned up a Hypodermic Needle and a small baggie containing Heroin. A subsequent search of her purse turned up a glass Crack pipe. Ms. O’Brien was also charged with Possession of Heroin, Possession of a Hypodermic Needle and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Ms. O’Brien was issued a warrant for the charges and transported to Ocean County Jail where she was lodged pending a mandatory court date with the Ocean County Superior Court.

 

May 27, 2018 – Ryan M. Mistishen, 25 and Bailey E. McFadden, 25 both of New Ringgold, Pennsylvania were placed under arrest by Officer Robert Schroeck a motor vehicle stop for Failing to Yield and Delaying Traffic. An on scene investigation led to a probable cause search of the vehicle and occupants. A subsequent search turned up a quantity of Methamphetamines, a quantity of CDS and Drug Paraphernalia. Mr. Mistishen was placed under arrest and charged with Possession of Methamphetamines. Furthermore, Mr. Mistishen was issued three motor vehicle summonses for Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle, Failure to Yield and Delaying Traffic. Ms. McFadden was placed under arrest and charged with Possession of Methamphetamines, Possession of CDS and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Both parties were issued summonses for the charges and released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court.

 

May 28, 2018 – Vincent J. Geiger Jr., 32, Manchester was placed under arrest by Officer Daniel Hourigan after a motor vehicle stop for Failure to Maintain Lane. An on scene investigation determined that Mr. Geiger Jr. was exhibiting signs of Being Under the Influence of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. A probable cause search of the vehicle and Mr. Geiger Jr.’s person turned up multiple empty wax folds of Heroin. Mr. Geiger Jr. was placed under arrest for Being Under the Influence of CDS and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Furthermore, Mr. Geiger Jr. was issued three motor vehicle summonses for Failure to Maintain Lane, Unlicensed Driver and Obstruction of View. Mr. Geiger Jr. was processed and issued a summons for the charges. Mr. Geiger Jr. was released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

May 30, 2018 – Christopher L. Langer, 45, Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer Harry Paul after a motor vehicle stop on the strength of an active Jackson Township Municipal Court warrant. Mr. Langer was processed and turned over to the custody of the Jackson Township Police Department.

Bria R. Krohn and Courtney R. Reis, 23 and 28, of Jackson and Kyle J. Sherwood 30 of Brick were placed under arrest by Officer Daniel Hourigan after a suspicious vehicle was located in the back of Lake Horicon in Lakehurst. It was determined that Ms. Krohn was exhibiting the signs of being under the influence of CDS. An on scene investigation led to a probable cause search of the vehicle and occupants. A subsequent search turned up a quantity of Alprazolam and Clonazepam pills. Furthermore, a quantity of CDS, a Hypodermic Needle and drug paraphernalia was also discovered. All subjects were placed under arrest by Officer Hourigan and transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing. Ms. Krohn was charged with Being Under the Influence of CDS and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Ms. Reis was charged with Possession of CDS and Possession of a Hypodermic Needle. Both Ms. Krohn and Ms. Reis were issued summonses and released pending a mandatory court appearance. Mr. Sherwood was charged with two counts of Possession of CDS and Possession of a Hypodermic Needle. Mr. Sherwood was issued a warrant for the charges and transported to the Ocean County Jail where he was lodged pending a mandatory court appearance.

Enrique Salazar, 28, Manchester was placed under arrest by Sergeant Matthew Kline after a report of a male actively using a Controlled Dangerous Substance inside of a vehicle. An on scene investigation determined that Mr. Salazar was exhibiting signs of being under the influence of CDS. Mr. Salazar was placed under arrest for Being Under the Influence of CDS. Mr. Salazar was issued a summons for the charges and released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

PO. Robert Schroeck
Public Information Officer


News Release – May 30, 2018

 Suspicious Vehicle Call Leads to Drug Charges for Two Jackson Females and One Brick Male

 

The Lakehurst Police Department charged Bria R. Krohn and Courtney R. Reis, 23 and 28, of Jackson and Kyle J. Sherwood 30 of Brick after a call for a suspicious vehicle with its occupants engaged in using a Controlled Dangerous Substance was reported.

On Wednesday May 30, 2018 at approximately 6:43 PM, Officer Daniel Hourigan received a call describing a suspicious vehicle parked in the back of Lake Horicon, located in Lakehurst. Furthermore, the caller stated that he could observe the occupants of the vehicle engaged in what appeared to be CDS activity. Officer Hourigan responded to the scene and identified the occupants of the vehicle as Bria R. Krohn, Courtney R. Reis and Kyle J. Sherwood. Officer Hourigan determined that Ms. Krohn was exhibiting signs of being under the influence of CDS. Furthermore, probable cause was developed and a subsequent search of the vehicle and occupants was performed. The search turned up a quantity of Alprazolam and Clonazepam pills. Furthermore, a quantity of CDS, a Hypodermic Needle and drug paraphernalia was also discovered. All subjects were placed under arrest by Officer Hourigan and transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing.

Ms. Krohn was charged with Being Under the Influence of CDS and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Ms. Reis was charged with Possession of CDS and Possession of a Hypodermic Needle. Both Ms. Krohn and Ms. Reis were issued summonses and released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Lakehurst Municipal Court and the Ocean County Superior Court. Mr. Sherwood was charged with two counts of Possession of CDS and Possession of a Hypodermic Needle. Mr. Sherwood was issued a warrant for the charges and transported to the Ocean County Jail where he was lodged pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court.

 

PO. Robert Schroeck
Public Information Officer


News Release – May 27, 2018

Failing to Yield Leads to Methamphetamine Arrest for Pennsylvania Couple

 

The Lakehurst Police Department charged Ryan M. Mistishen, 25 and Bailey E. McFadden, 25, both of New Ringgold Pennsylvania, after a motor vehicle stop by Officer Robert Schroeck.

On Sunday May 27, 2018 at approximately 6:41 PM, Officer Schroeck observed a 2014 Chrysler 200 that failed to yield to oncoming traffic in the Lakehurst Circle, as the vehicle was entering onto Route 70 West. After initiating a motor vehicle stop, Officer Schroeck met with the driver, identified as Ryan Mistishen and the passenger, identified as Bailey McFadden. An on scene investigation led to a probable cause search of the vehicle and its occupants. A subsequent search turned up a quantity of Methamphetamine, an additional quantity of CDS and drug paraphernalia. Mr. Mistishen and Ms. McFadden were subsequently placed under arrest and transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing.

Mr. Mistishen was charged with Possession of Methamphetamine. Furthermore, Mr. Mistishen was also issued three motor vehicle summonses for Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle, Failure to Yield and Delaying Traffic. Ms. McFadden was charged with Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of CDS and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mr. Mistishen and Ms. McFadden were processed and issued a summons for their charges. Both parties were released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court.

Officer Schroeck was assisted by Sergeant Matthew Kline, Officer Daniel Hourigan, Ocean County Sheriff’s K-9 Officer Kevin Fennessy and his K-9 partner Stosh.

 

Chief Eric Higgins
Lakehurst Police Department


News Release – May 26, 2018

Suspicious Person Call Leads to Multiple Drug Charges for a Barnegat Woman

 

The Lakehurst Police Department charged Kelly M. O’Brien, 38, of Barnegat after Sergeant Iain James responded to Circle Plaza for a suspicious person call.

On Saturday May 26, 2018 at approximately 2:39 PM, Sergeant Iain James responded to Circle Plaza in Lakehurst for a report of a suspicious female that was at the location. Further, it was advised that the female appeared to be under the influence of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. Sgt. James responded to the call and met with a female, identified as Kelly M. O’Brien. An on scene investigation conducted by Sgt. James discovered that Ms. O’Brien was in fact exhibiting signs of being under the influence of Heroin and it was discovered that Ms. O’Brien had an active Stafford Township Municipal Court warrant. Ms. O’Brien was placed under arrest for Being Under the Influence of CDS and on the strength of the active warrant. A search of her person turned up a bag of Heroin, a Hypodermic Needle and a glass Crack pipe. Ms. O’Brien was transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing.

Ms. O’Brien was charged with Possession of Heroin, Possession of a Hypodermic Needle, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Being Under the Influence of CDS. Ms. O’Brien was issued a warrant for the charges and transported to the Ocean County Jail where she was lodged pending a mandatory court date with the Ocean County Superior Court.

 

PO. Robert Schroeck
Public Information Officer


April 2018 – Arrest Blotter

 

April 1, 2018 – Michael C. Laskow, 44, Manchester was placed under arrest by Officer Daniel Hourigan after a suspicious vehicle was located at Lake Horicon in Lakehurst. Mr. Laskow was arrested for two active Neptune Township Municipal Court Warrants. Mr. Laskow was processed and turned over to the custody of Neptune Township Police.

 

April 2, 2018 – Ignazio V. Passalacqua, 64, Toms River was placed under arrest by Officer Jason Guide after a traffic stop. An on scene investigation, led to a search of the vehicle where a quantity of crack cocaine was discovered. Mr. Passalacqua was arrested and charged with Possession of Cocaine. Mr. Passalacqua was also issued two motor vehicle summonses for Failure to Maintain Lane and Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle. Mr. Passalacqua was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court appearance with Ocean County Superior Court.

 

April 3, 2018 – Michael S. Ford, 47, Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer Jason Guide after a search warrant was executed on his hotel room at the Travel Inn and Suites in Lakehurst, after a month long drug distribution investigation. Mr. Ford was detained at the scene and a subsequent search of the room turned up 45 wax folds of Heroin, 79 individually packaged vials of Cocaine, a plastic bottle containing an unknown amount of PCP and multiple Hypodermic Needles. Mr. Ford was arrested and charged with Possession with Intent to Distribute Heroin, Possession with Intent to Distribute Cocaine, Possession of Heroin, Possession of Cocaine, Possession of PCP and Possession of a Hypodermic Needle. Mr. Ford was issued a warrant for the charges and transported to Ocean County Jail where he was lodged, pending a mandatory court appearance with Ocean County Superior Court.

 

April 4, 2018 – Ryan D. Isley, 40, Manchester was placed under arrest by Officer Robert Schroeck. Mr. Isley was charged with Simple Assault. Mr. Isley was processed and transported to Ocean County Jail on a warrant, where he was lodged, pending a mandatory court appearance with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

April 5, 2018 – Rasheed J. McCloud, 23, Browns Mills was placed under arrest by Officer Anthony Dipaolo after a traffic stop. Mr. McCloud was arrested for two active Pemberton Township and one active Trenton Township Municipal Court warrants. Mr. McCloud was processed and turned over to the custody of Pemberton Township Police.

 

April 10, 2018 – Merissa A. Hoover, 37, Little Egg Harbor and Timothy A. Pearson, 39, Toms River were placed under arrest by Officer Jason Guide after a traffic stop. An on scene investigation led to a search of the vehicle and occupants. A subsequent search of the vehicle turned up 11 Hypodermic Needles, 1 sublingual strip of Suboxone and a used crack pipe. A subsequent search of Ms. Hoover’s person turned up 6 wax folds of Heroin, 9 empty wax folds of Heroin and 4 more Hypodermic Needles. A subsequent search of Mr. Pearson’s person turned up 1 wax fold containing Heroin. Ms. Hoover was placed under arrest and charged with Possession of Heroin, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of a Hypodermic Needle and Being Under the Influence of CDS. Mr. Pearson was placed under arrest and charged with Possession of Heroin, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Being Under the Influence of CDS. Both parties were processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date with Ocean County Superior Court.

 

April 11, 2018 – Antonio Torres II, 19, Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer Robert Schroeck after a traffic stop. An on scene investigation led to the search of the vehicle and Mr. Torres’ person. A quantity of CDS was and drug paraphernalia was discovered inside of the vehicle. Mr. Torres was placed under arrest and charged with Possession of CDS and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mr. Torres was also issued two motor vehicle summonses for Maintenance of Lamps and Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle. Mr. Torres was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

Jaylin N. Evans, 18, Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer Robert Schroeck after a traffic stop. An on scene investigation led to the search of the vehicle and Mr. Evans’ person. A quantity of CDS was discovered on Mr. Evans’ person. Mr. Evans was placed under arrested and charged with Possession of CDS. The driver of the vehicle was issued a motor vehicle summons for Obstructing the Flow of Traffic. Mr. Evans was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

April 13, 2018 – Cristian Castanon, 24, Lakewood was placed under arrest by Officer Robert Schroeck after a traffic stop. An on scene investigation led to the search of the vehicle and all occupants. A quantity of CDS and an open container of alcohol was discovered. Mr. Castanon was placed under arrest and charged with Possession of CDS and also had an active Lakewood Township Municipal Court Warrant. The driver was issued two motor vehicle summonses for Tinted Windows and Failure to Inspect. A passenger in the vehicle was issued a motor vehicle summons for Possession of an Open Container of Alcohol in a Motor Vehicle. Mr. Castanon was processed and issued a summons for the charges. Mr. Castanon was turned over to the custody of Lakewood Police Department on the warrant.

 

April 15, 2018 – Sarina J. Baur, 20, Whiting was placed under arrest by Officer Madelyn Waltz after a traffic stop. An on scene investigation led to the search of the vehicle and Ms. Baur’s person. A quantity of CDS was discovered. Ms. Baur was placed under arrest and charged with Possession of CDS. Ms. Baur was also issued three motor vehicle summonses for Improper Use of High Beams, Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle and Failure to Exhibit Registration. Ms. Baur was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

Carole A. McIntyre, 74, Camden was placed under arrest by Officer Harry Paul after a traffic stop. Ms. McIntyre was arrested on the strength of an Oaklyn Borough Municipal Court warrant. Ms. McIntyre was processed and released pending a court date with the Oaklyn Borough Municipal Court.

 

April 17, 2018 – Scott W. Parker, 21, Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer Harry Paul after a suspicious male was observed near the area of Maple and Lilac Street. PO. Paul observed a male he identified as Scott Parker and knew to have two outstanding Manchester Township Municipal Court warrants. A subsequent search of Mr. Parker’s person turned up a hypodermic needle. Mr. Parker was charged with Possession of a Hypodermic Needle and issued a summons for the charges. Mr. Parker was released into the custody of Manchester Police Department on the strength of the active warrants.

Todd E. Rendzio, 41, Whiting was placed under arrest by Officer Jason Guide after a motor vehicle stop. Officer Guide was able to confirm that the vehicle in question had an expired registration. After initiating a traffic stop on the vehicle, Officer Guide met with the driver, identified as Todd Rendzio. An on scene investigation confirmed that Mr. Rendzio provided Officer Guide with a false name and date of birth in order to avoid being arrested on outstanding warrants. Mr. Rendzio was then placed under arrest for Hindering his own apprehension and five outstanding traffic warrants. Additionally, Mr. Rendzio was exhibiting signs of being under the influence of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. A search incident to arrest of Mr. Rendzio’s person turned up drug paraphernalia. A subsequent search of the vehicle turned up 31 wax folds containing Heroin, a crack pipe and $17,778.92 in US Currency. Mr. Rendzio was charged with Possession with Intent to Distribute Heroin, Possession of Heroin, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Being Under the Influence of CDS and Hindering his own apprehension. Furthermore, Mr. Rendzio was issued six motor vehicle summonses for Unregistered Vehicle, Obstruction of View, Driving While Suspended, Unlicensed Driver, Failure to Exhibit Driver’s License and Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle. Mr. Rendzio was issued a warrant for the charges. Mr. Rendzio was processed and transported to the Ocean County Jail, where he was lodged pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court.

 

April 23, 2018 – Christopher Latchmidat, 23, Ozone Park NY was placed under arrest by Officer John Kurdes after a motor vehicle stop. An on scene investigation led to a search of the vehicle and occupants. A quantity of CDS and drug paraphernalia was discovered in the vehicle. Mr. Latchmidat was charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and issued a summons for the charges. Mr. Latchmidat was released pending a mandatory court date with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

Johan A. Bonilla, 24, Woodhaven NY was placed under arrest by Officer John Kurdes after a motor vehicle stop. An on scene investigation led to a search of the vehicle and occupants. A quantity of CDS and drug paraphernalia was discovered in the vehicle. Mr. Bonilla was charged with Possession of CDS and issued a summons for the charges. Mr. Bonilla was released pending a mandatory court date with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

Kevin Garcia, 24, Ozone Park NY was placed under arrest by Officer John Kurdes after a motor vehicle stop. Mr. Garcia was arrested on the strength of an active New Providence Municipal Court warrant. Mr. Garcia was processed and released pending a mandatory court date with the New Providence Municipal Court.

 

April 26, 2018 – Nicholis A. Caruso, 23, Bayville was placed under arrest by Officer Jason Guide for two active Pemberton Township Municipal Court warrants after a suspicious person call. Mr. Caruso was processed and released pending a mandatory court date with the Pemberton Township Municipal court.

 

April 29, 2018 – Kelsey T. Jones, 19, Brick was placed under arrest by Officer Harry Paul after a motor vehicle stop. An on scene investigation led to the search of the vehicle and Ms. Jones’ person. A quantity of CDS and drug paraphernalia was discovered inside of the vehicle. Ms. Jones was charged with Possession of CDS and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and issued a summons for the charges. Ms. Jones was also issued a motor vehicle summons for Improper Passing. Ms. Jones was processed and released pending a mandatory court appearance with the Lakehurst Municipal Court.

 

PO. Robert Schroeck
Public Information Officer


News Release – April 17, 2018

 Unregistered Vehicle Leads to Drug Distribution Arrest for Whiting Man

 

The Lakehurst Police Department charged Todd E. Rendzio, 40, Whiting after a motor vehicle stop by Officer Jason Guide.

On Tuesday April 17, 2018 at approximately 6:22 PM, Officer Jason Guide observed a silver 2015 Honda Civic traveling Eastbound on Route 70. Officer Guide was able to confirm that the vehicle in question had an expired registration. After initiating a traffic stop on the vehicle, Officer Guide met with the driver, identified as Todd Rendzio. An on scene investigation confirmed that Mr. Rendzio provided Officer Guide with a false name and date of birth in order to avoid being arrested on outstanding warrants. Mr. Rendzio was then placed under arrest for Hindering his own apprehension and five outstanding traffic warrants. Additionally, Mr. Rendzio was exhibiting signs of being under the influence of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. A search incident to arrest of Mr. Rendzio’s person turned up drug paraphernalia. A subsequent search of the vehicle turned up 31 wax folds containing Heroin, a crack pipe and $17,778.92 in US Currency. Mr. Rendzio was then transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing.

Mr. Rendzio was charged with Possession with Intent to Distribute Heroin, Possession of Heroin, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Being Under the Influence of CDS and Hindering his own apprehension. Furthermore, Mr. Rendzio was issued six motor vehicle summonses for Unregistered Vehicle, Obstruction of View, Driving While Suspended, Unlicensed Driver, Failure to Exhibit Driver’s License and Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle. Mr. Rendzio’s vehicle and currency was seized pending civil forfeiture proceedings. Mr. Rendzio was issued a warrant and lodged in the Ocean County Jail, pending a mandatory court appearance with the Ocean County Superior Court.

Assisting Officer Guide was PO. Robert Schroeck and PO. Harry Paul.

PO. Robert Schroeck
Public Information Officer


News Release – April 10, 2018

 Window Tint leads to Multiple Drug Charges for a Little Egg Female and Toms River Man

The Lakehurst Police Department charged Merissa A. Hoover, 37, Little Egg Harbor and Timothy A. Pearson, 39, Toms River after a motor vehicle stop by Officer Jason Guide for tinted windows.

On April 10, 2018 at approximately 5:51 PM, Officer Guide observed a 2012 Chevrolet with Tinted Windows traveling in the area of Route 70 and Elm Street. Officer Guide initiated a motor vehicle stop with the vehicle and occupants. An on scene investigation led to a search of the vehicle and occupants. A subsequent search of the vehicle turned up 11 Hypodermic Needles, 1 sublingual strip of Suboxone and a crack pipe. A search of the driver, Merissa Hoover, turned up 6 wax folds of Heroin, 9 empty wax folds of Heroin and 4 more Hypodermic Needles. A subsequent search of the passenger, Timothy A. Pearson, turned up 1 wax fold of Heroin. Furthermore, both parties were exhibiting signs of being under the influence of CDS. Ms. Hoover and Mr. Pearson were both placed under arrest by Officer Guide. Both parties were transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing.

Ms. Hoover was charged with Possession of CDS, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of Hypodermic Needles and Being Under the Influence of CDS. Ms. Hoover was also issued two motor vehicle summonses for Tinted Windows and Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle. Mr. Pearson was charged with Possession of CDS, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Being Under the Influence of CDS. Mr. Pearson was also issued a motor vehicle summons for Failure to Wear a Seatbelt. Ms. Hoover and Mr. Pearson were processed and released on summonses pending a mandatory court appearance with Ocean County Superior Court.

 

PO. Robert Schroeck
Public Information Officer


News Release – April 3, 2018

Month Long Investigation Leads to Search Warrant and Drug Distribution Charges for Lakehurst Man

The Lakehurst Police Department charged Michael S. Ford, 47, Lakehurst after a Search Warrant was executed on his hotel room at the Travel Inn and Suites located at 850 Route 70 in Lakehurst.

A month long drug distribution investigation ended on Tuesday April 3, 2018 at approximately 8:53 PM.  The Lakehurst Police Department, assisted by Ocean County Sheriff’s Department K-9 Corporal Theodore Wielichoski and his partner K-9 Sheba, executed a search warrant on a room at the Travel Inn and Suites that was occupied by Michael Ford. Michael Ford was detained on scene and a subsequent search of the room turned up 45 wax folds of Heroin, 79 individually packaged vials of Cocaine, a plastic bottle containing an unknown amount of PCP and multiple Hypodermic Needles. Michael Ford was placed under arrest by Officer Jason Guide and transported to Lakehurst Police Headquarters for processing.

Michael Ford was charged with Possession with Intent to Distribute Heroin, Possession with Intent to Distribute Cocaine, Possession of Heroin, Possession of Cocaine, Possession of PCP and Possession of a Hypodermic Needle. Mr. Ford was issued a warrant for the charges and transported to Ocean County Jail where he was lodged, pending a mandatory court appearance with Ocean County Superior Court.

 

PO. Robert Schroeck
Public Information Officer


 

March 2018 Arrest Blotter 

 

March 1, 2018 – Hunter D. Reid, 23, Little Egg Harbor was placed under arrest by PO. Anthony Dipaolo after a traffic stop, for a Tinton Falls Municipal Court warrant. Ms. Reid posted bail and was released pending a mandatory court date with Tinton Falls.

 

March 3, 2018 – Carly S. Stevenson, 20, Manchester was placed under arrest by PO. Madelyn Waltz after a traffic stop and charged with Possession of a Hypodermic Needle, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Being Under the Influence of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. Ms. Stevenson was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date.

 

March 5, 2018 – Michael A. Rodriguez, 33, Lakehurst was placed under arrest by PO. Harry Paul and charged with Simple Assault. Mr. Rodriguez was processed and transported to the Ocean County Jail.

 

March 7, 2018 – Robin L. Sneddon, 55, Manchester was placed under arrest by PO. Madelyn Waltz and charged with Shoplifting and an active Manchester Township Municipal Court warrant. Ms. Sneddon was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date.

 

March 8, 2018 – James L. Gates III, 50, Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Sgt. Iain James and charged with Aggravated Assault and an active Atlantic City Municipal Court warrant. Mr. Gates was processed, issued a warrant and was lodged in the Ocean County Jail.

 

March 10, 2018 – Cheyenne S. Dunphy, 27, Whiting was placed under arrest by PO. Jason Guide after a traffic stop and charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance, Possession of a Hypodermic Needle and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Ms. Dunphy was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date.

Michael P. Garrigan, 32, Jackson was placed under arrest by PO. Jason Guide after a traffic stop and charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mr. Garrigan was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date.

Michael J. Seuser, 22, Jackson was placed under arrest by PO. Jason Guide after a traffic stop and charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance, Possession of a Hypodermic Needle, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and an active Ocean County Superior Court warrant. Mr. Seuser was processed, issued a summons and transported to Ocean County Jail for the active warrant.

 

March 12, 2018 – Christoper R. Mazur, 21, Manchester was placed under arrest by Sgt. Matthew Kline after a traffic stop and charged with two counts of Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. Mr. Mazur was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date.

 

March 16, 2018 – Christian B. Reneau, 20, Whiting was placed under arrest by Sergeant Iain James after a disturbance call. Mr. Reneau was charged with Disorderly Conduct. Mr. Reneau was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date.

 

March 18, 2018 – Ruth G. Medina, 33, Hamilton was placed under arrest by Officer John Kurdes and charged with Simple Assault. Ms. Medina was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date.

Jeffrey G. Jackson, 48, Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer Daniel Hourigan after a suspicious vehicle was located. Mr. Jackson was charged with Hindering, Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mr. Jackson was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date.

Michael S. Ford, 47, Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer Daniel Hourigan after a male was reported using a Controlled Dangerous Substance at the Dunkin Donuts in Lakehurst. Mr. Ford was charged with Being Under the Influence of a Controlled Dangerous Substance, Possession of a Hypodermic Needle and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mr. Ford was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date.

Sergio Sevastianow, 56, Lakehurst was placed under arrest by Officer Harry Paul after a report of a Hit and Run Accident that originated in Toms River. Mr. Sevastianow was charged with Driving Under the Influence and Reckless Driving. Mr. Sevastianow was processed and released with a pending a mandatory court date.

 

March 19, 2018 – Yarilian M. Cruz, 20, Lakewood was placed under arrest by Officer John Kurdes after a traffic stop for an active Wall Township Municipal Court warrant. Ms. Cruz was processed and released pending a mandatory court date with Wall Township.

 

March 20, 2018 – Michael Capriotti, 55, Little Egg Harbor was placed under arrest by Officer Jason Guide after a traffic stop. Mr. Capriotti was charged with Presenting a False Insurance Card and also issued multiple motor vehicle summonses. Mr. Capriotti was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date.

 

March 22, 2018 – Michael Capriotti, 55, Little Egg Harbor was placed under arrest by Officer Jacob Lawrence after attempting to get his vehicle out of impound at Lakehurst Police Headquarters. Mr. Capriotti was charged with Presenting a False Insurance Card. Mr. Capriotti was processed and transported to Ocean County Jail, where he was lodged.

Hector M. Dipini, 27, Trenton was placed under arrest by Officer Anthony Dipaolo after a traffic stop for an active Mercer County Superior Court warrant. Mr. Dipini was processed and transported to Ocean County Jail, where he was lodged.

 

March 26, 2018 – Ann M. Mastropiero, 36, Toms River was placed under arrest by Officer Jason Guide after a traffic stop. Ms. Mastropiero was charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance and Possession With Intent to Distribute CDS. Ms. Mastropiero was issued multiple motor vehicle summonses, processed and was released on a summons pending a mandatory court date with Ocean County Superior Court.

 

March 27, 2018 – Alexis J. Genitempo was placed under arrest by Sergeant Matthew Kline after a traffic stop for two active Seaside Heights and South Toms River Municipal warrants. Ms. Genitempo was processed and released pending a mandatory court date with Seaside Heights and South Toms River.

Ryan M. Mulvey, 26, Toms River was placed under arrest by Sergeant Matthew Kline after a traffic stop. Mr. Mulvey was charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance and was also issued multiple motor vehicle summonses. Mr. Mulvey was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date.

 

March 28, 2018 – Anthony R. Albanese, 51, Toms River was placed under arrest by Officer Anthony Dipaolo after a traffic stop. Mr. Albanese was charged with Being Under the Influence of a Controlled Dangerous Substance and Possession of a Hypodermic Needle and also issued multiple motor vehicle summonses. Mr. Albanese was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date.

Heather N. Patterson, 29, Toms River was placed under arrest by Officer Madelyn Waltz after a traffic stop for an active Toms River Municipal Court Warrant. Ms. Patterson was processed and released into the custody of Toms River Police.

Jessica L. Wolke, 30, Toms River was placed under arrest by Officer Harry Paul after a traffic stop. Ms. Wolke was charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Ms. Wolke was processed and transported to Ocean County Jail, where she was lodged.

 

March 29, 2018 – Ismael Davila Jr, 28, Manchester and Corinne J. Morgan, 24, Clementon were placed under arrest by Officer Anthony Dipaolo after a traffic stop. Mr. Davila Jr. was charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Ms. Morgan was charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance, Being Under the Influence of a Controlled Dangerous Substance and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Mr. Davila Jr. and Ms. Morgan were processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date.

Quamere S. Thomas, 18, Toms River was placed under arrest by Officer Madelyn Waltz after a traffic stop. Mr. Thomas was charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance and also issued multiple motor vehicle summonses. Mr. Thomas was processed and released on a summons pending a mandatory court date.

 

PO. Robert Schroeck
Public Information Officer