Police Report: Theft, Criminal Mischief

The following recent criminal incidents were reported by Red Bank police:

• An incident of criminal mischief was reported on March 27 in the area of Maple Avenue. Two concrete lion statues were reportedly broken off their bases.

Patrolman Nicolas Maletto took the report.

• An incident of criminal mischief was reported on March 22 in the area of Wall Street. The victim reported that the passenger side of a parked vehicle was scratched.

Patrolman Patrick Kennedy took the report.

There was a report of criminal mischief on March 20 in the area of Bridge Avenue. The victim reported that both rear tires of their vehicle had been slashed and the driver’s and passenger’s sides had been keyed. The damage was estimated to be $625.

Patrolman George Travostino took the report.

There was a report of criminal mischief on March 19 in the area of Bridge Avenue. The victim reported that damage — deep scratches on all four sides — had been found on a motor vehicle.

Patrolman Nicholas Maletto took the report.

• There was a report of a theft on March 15 in the area of Dr. James Parker Boulevard. The victim reported that a glass tip jar containing $80 to $100 in cash was removed from a business. The victim described the suspect as a black male with a light complexion, wearing a red RBR hoodie and grey sweatpants.

Sgt. David Hicks took the report.

 

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