Saturday, May 18, 2013
County prosecutors allege victim wasn't capable of consent
A Wall Township man is charged with sexual assault, after he allegedly had sex with a female victim not capable of giving consent in 2012, according to an indictment handed up by Monmouth County grand jury Friday. Jack Mancino, 60, of Wall, was indicted May 10 on one count of aggravated sexual assault, a first-degree offense, stemming from a May 14, 2012 incident. Prosecutors allege Mancino knew or should have known the victim was not capable of consenting, due to her physical or mental state at the time, according to the indictment. ------- Other recent indictments out of County Superior Court: An Asbury Park man faces charges out of Wall Township for possession of a controlled dangerous substance and hindering apprehension, according to …
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
K9 detector exercises in multiple locations throughout week
From Wall Township Police Chief Robert L. Brice: Wall Township Police Department hosted a Detector Dog seminar Presented by Law Enforcement Training Services LLC of NJ April 29 to May 3. The seminar was for Narcotics, Explosive and Cadaver K9 Teams. The training took place at various locations in and around the Wall Township area including:The Wall Township Police K9 Training grounds, The Monmouth Executive Airport, Camp Evans, Blewitts Recycling, The Algonquin Theater and Various Hotels in Wall Township. The training was designed to enhance the detection skills of the K9 Teams and to expose them to a wide variety of search areas. The K9 Teams also received a day of Instruction on record keeping and legal updates with regards to current …
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Wall Township Police opened two investigations recently
The Wall Township police have opened two investigations into the theft of income tax returns recently and are issuing a warning to other residents to be vigilant this time of year: It All Starts with Identity Theft Tax refund thefts usually begin when someone steals your personal information, such as your Social Security number. This is called identity theft. To get your information, scammers use a technique called phishing, where a scammer tries to fool you into revealing your personal data. This is how it works: Once they have the information they need, they file your taxes in your name and wait until they get your refund. How to Protect Yourself This is what you can do to protect yourself from this scam: What to Do If You Are a Victim …
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Department accepting applications beginning today
The Wall Township Police Department is currently testing for the position of Police Officer. Anyone who previously applied must resubmit the following paperwork from between 8 a.m. Tuesday and 4 p.m. Thursday, April 25, accroding to the Police Department website. Items needed for Registration: All must be delivered in person at the Records Bureau in the Wall Township Police Department, 2700 Allaire Rd, Wall, NJ, 07719. Applicants will receive a study guide for the written examination upon reciept of the above items, the website says.
Slew of officers recognized for extraordinary effort and accomplishments
Dozens of Wall Township Police officers were recognized at Wednesday's Township Committee meeting for extraordinary action in the line of duty and awarded citations or certificates honoring their achievement. Below are their names and accompishments: Ptl. E. Idzahl and Ptl. D. Santoro - Certificate of Commendation For actions during a motor vehicle stop on where a large quantity of heroin was located and seized from the vehicle. Lt. P. Lokerson, Ptl. T. Dowd, - Certificate of Commendation For actions in response to a confrontation with a subject armed with a knife, where the situation ended safely and without harm to anyone involved. Ptl. S. Madhavan- Certificate of Commendation For actions in response to an Emergency Operations …
Friday, March 29, 2013
Woman stopped on Route 34 around 7:30 a.m. Thursday
A Seaside Heights woman was arrested and charged with drunken driving early Thursday morning, police said. Ruth E. Papaneri, 39, was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated following a traffic stop on Route 34 near Paynters Road around 7:32 a.m. Patrolman Dan Santoro was the arresting officer, Sgt. Steven Wolter said.
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Indictment stems from earlier arrest in Wall
A Toms River woman was indicted on charges stemming from an earlier arrest for drug possession in Wall, according to an indictment. Kaitlyn L. Hoffman, 24, of Sands Point in Toms River, was indictment on possession of heroin charges stemming from an arrest in Wall on Sept. 5, according to the indictment, which was handed up Monday. Hoffman faces a single count of third degree possession of a controlled, dangerous substance, the indictment says.
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.
Monday, February 25, 2013
Drunken driving, minor drug possession among charges over the weekend
A hit and run accident on Route 138 Sunday capped a busy weekend for Wall Police. Ernesto Segura Jaimez, 23, of Lakewood, was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated around 9:45 p.m. Sunday after causing the minor accident on Route 138. No one was injured in the crash, Sgt. Steven Wolter said. Jaimez was found driving eastbound on 18th Avenue shortly after the accident, Wolter said. Patrick Ward, 46, of Lavallette, was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated following a traffic stop on Route 34 around 11:41 p.m. Friday. Patrolman Ian Hatch was the arresting officer,Wolter said. Neil Valentino, 21, of Howell, was arrested and charged with possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia at the …
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Two taken to local hospital, traffic tied for an hour
An Ohio woman who blew through a red light at Route 138 and Allenwood Road Tuesday caused a two-car collision that sent two to a local hospital and tied up traffic for about an hour, police said. Sharon Williams, 54, of Ohio, went through the red light around 11:49 a.m., hitting a vehicle driven by Francis Sullivan, 70, of Howell as he traveled on Allenwood Road. The force of the impact pushed Williams’ vehicle into the grass median of the intersection, nearly into oncoming traffic, Sgt. Heath Bono said. Williams and her passenger, Rita Farbo, 65, of Wisconsin, were taken to Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune. Their conditions were unknown. Sullivan was treated and released, Bono said. Wall Township First Aid squads 21 and 23 …