Police: Theft, Criminal Mischief

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

• A theft in the area of East Bergen Place was reported on May 27. It was reported that a black iPhone 5s with a pink case labeled “killing it” was stolen.

Patrolman Shane Dengel took the report.

• A theft in the area of Shrewsbury Avenue was reported on May 27. It was reported that a Hispanic teen male wearing a black shirt and white pants was seen taking items — a Bimbo Nito valued at $1, a Marinela Sponch valued at $1.69 and a Monster energy drink valued at $2 — from a store.

Patrolman Cevin Albert took the report.

• There was a report of a theft in the area of North Bridge Avenue on May 26. It was reported that an unlocked vehicle was broken into and brown sunglasses valued at $200, $20 in cash and loose change,  and black headphones were stolen.

Patrolman Sean Hauschildt took the report.

• There was a report of a theft in the area of West Bergen Place on May 26. It was reported that a locked vehicle was broken into and a pack of Newport cigarettes and a NJ vehicle registration were stolen. Police noted that there were no signs of forced entry.

Patrolman Garrett Falco took the report.

• There was a report of a theft in the area of West Front Street on May 26. It was reported that an unlocked vehicle was broken into, the glove compartment lock was broken and $5 in cash and roughly $15 in loose change was stolen.

Patrolman Sean Hauschildt took the report.

• Several incidents of criminal mischief and theft in the area of Hilltop Terrace were reported on May 22. It was reported that various acts of minor theft and criminal mischief occurred there in the past month.

Sgt. Beau Broadley took the report.

• An incident of criminal mischief in the area of Cedar Avenue was reported on May 20. It was reported that there were two scratch marks on the front and rear driver side doors of a parked vehicle.

Patrolman Michael Zadlock took the report.

A theft in the area of East Westside Avenue was reported on May 19. It was reported that several old storm windows of various sizes were stolen from the front of a garage.

Patrolman George Travostino took the report.

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