Monday, May 13, 2013
Howell police assisted with investigation.
A Glendola Road resident arrived home to find a burglary in progress, and police used a foot chase with K9 officers to find two suspects who had fled, Wall Police said. Chief Robert L. Brice said police responded to the home around 1:40 p.m. Sunday to a report of a burglary in progress between Belmar and Monmouth boulevards. "The burglary was interrupted by the resident who was arriving home. Two suspects were described by area residents, a female suspect that fled on foot out of the back of the house and a male suspect that fled in a silver pick up truck," said Brice in a police statement. At that point, several officers including a Wall Police K9 unit began searching the area for the suspects, and were assisted by nearby towns. After an …
Monday, March 11, 2013
Wall police arrest man who had warrants out for his arrest after he fled accident
A Tinton Falls man was jailed over the weekend on charges that he fled the scene of an accident, authorities said. Tyrese A. Howard, 33, of Tinton Falls, was arrested and charged on Saturday with resisting arrest after police said he fled the scene of an accident knowing that police were on their way, according to the arrest record. Howard was taken to Monmouth County jail, Freehold Township, in lieu of $2,500 bail, according to the arrest record.
Friday, February 15, 2013
Michele Thompson was charged with distribution of marijuana and endangering the welfare of a child.
Little Silver's school psychologist was suspended by the district following an arrest last month for alleged distribution of marijuana and child endangerment. Michele J. Thompson, 45, Ocean Park Avenue, Bradley Beach was charged Jan. 21 with distribution of marijuana and several counts of child endangerment following an investigation by Bradley Beach Police, according to APP.com. Harold A. Sturm, 50, also of Ocean Park Avenue in Bradley Beach, was also charged. Little Silver Board of Education President Christian Smith said the board "became aware of a situation in which an employee was charged with alleged criminal activity." Thompson was suspended by the district shortly after the arrest. "Because this is a personnel matter, we cannot …
Friday, January 25, 2013
A juvenile was in the process of disrobing when the man allegedly looked into the dressing room
A Wall resident is accused of looking into a dressing room of a Freehold Raceway Mall clothing store. On Tuesday, Jan. 22, Dennis R. Perry, 35, of Wall Township, was arrested by Freehold Township Police and charged with one count of invasion of privacy. Perry allegedly looked under a dressing room door of the clothing store Cotton On while a juvenile was in the process of disrobing. According to Perry’s complaint warrant he has a prior criminal history and no fixed address. He has been remanded to the Monmouth County Correctional Institution (MCCI) on $2,500 bail.
Monday, October 22, 2012
Jury finds man guilty of killing Kyleigh Sousa in Arizona
A jury in Arizona found a man guilty of first degree murder and robbery in the killing of a Point Borough woman who was attending college in Arizona, according to Fox News in Phoenix, AZ. Jose Luis Marquez, 22, was found guilty of first degree murder and robbery Monday morning in the slaying of Kyleigh Sousa, a Point Borough high school graduate who was attending Arizona State University (ASU). "A lot of tears were flowing when the family of the victim, 21-year-old Kyleigh Sousa, heard the guilty verdicts in court," reported Fox News. "Sousa's mother was seen in the front row, holding an ASU Sun Devil shirt on her lap." Karen Montenegro, Kyleigh's mother, has been in Arizona for the trial. Fox is reporting: "Marquez was accused of trying …
Friday, July 6, 2012
Resisting arrest and warrants from other towns among the charges
A Mansfield man was arrested and charged with resisting arrest and warrants from other towns following a manhunt in the north section of Wall Wednesday, police said. Michael Carroll Jr., 34, of the Columbus section of Mansfield, Burlington County, was arrested following a short hunt on Belmar Boulevard near Walton Way, Sgt. Heath Bono said. Police arrived at Route 34 north near Airport Boulevard for a report of a man and woman fighting on the side of the road. Carroll fled into the woods when officers arrived. Howell Police assisted in the search for Carroll with a K-9 unit, Bono said. Carroll was released after posting bail, Bono said.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Ronald Catti, of Brooklyn, tried to avoid capture; 3-year-old was in the yard when authorities apprehended him
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Tuesday, June 26, 2012
WAYNE, NJ: A New York man was charged Monday with eluding a police officer after authorities from multiple law enforcement agencies chased him through the Packanack Lake section of town and near Valley Road, Wayne Police said. Ronald Catti, 32, of Brooklyn, N.Y., was found in the backyard of a house on Kossouth Place after personnel from the Wayne Police Department, Passaic County Sheriff’s Office, Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office, and the state police, pursued him after he failed to stop for a traffic stop, Det./Capt. James Clarke said. Clarke said Wayne police had Catti under surveillance after naming him a suspect in several burglaries that occurred in town since late April; Wayne police began watching Catti about a week ago. Wayne …
Sunday, June 10, 2012
Deena Cortese disrupted traffic, police say.
A cast member of the Jersey Shore show was arrested this afternoon in Seaside Heights after a police officer saw her appearing intoxicated and disrupting the flow of traffic, Detective Steven Korman said. Deena Cortese, 25, of New Egypt, was charged with disorderly conduct after the 3:48 p.m. incident, he said. Cortese and some other Jersey Shore cast members were in Spicy's Mexican Cantina at 500 Boardwalk near the intersection of Sumner Avenue and Ocean Terrace before the incident occurred, he said. Cortese went outside and started dancing in the middle of the street, disrupting the flow of traffic, he said. "Patrolman Chris Linnell placed her under arrest," Korman said. "Traffic was building up and the officer had to act, obviously."
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Son of longtime, former Asbury Park Press publisher drives car into bushes
The son of the former publisher of the Asbury Park Press was arrested and charged Monday with drunken driving after running his car off the road and into some bushes. Jules L. Plangere III, 67, of River Road in town, was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated around 8:10 p.m. by Patrolman Mike Malone, Sgt. Frank Lancellotti said. Police responded to a call that a car near the Atlantis Diner on Route 35 South near Old Bridge Road had left the road and hit some bushes in the lot of the restaurant. Malone found a disoriented Plangere had lost control of his white BMW 528 and crashed into the shrubery. It was unclear Tuesday in which direction Plangere was headed or if he was alone at the time of the crash, Sgt. Heath Bono said. …
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Early morning traffic stop nets drunken driver
A Morganville man was arrested on drunken driving charges early Wednesday morning, police said. Michael DeJohn, 22, of the Morganville section of Marlboro, was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated following a traffic stop on Route 18 around 1:00 a.m., according to a release from Sgt. Frank Lancellotti. Patrolman James Cadigan was the arresting officer.