Police Report: Theft & Criminal Mischief

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

• A theft in the area of West Front Street was reported on June 30. A black iPhone valued at $700 was reported missing.
Patrolman Michael Zadlock took the report.
• A theft in the area of Maple Avenue was reported on June 30. Several items — a black travel bag, NJ driver’s license, PNC Bank debit card, $40 in cash, a Chase credit card and a set of car keys — were reported stolen from a locker.
Patrolman Milton Gray IV took the report.
• A theft in the area of Broad Street was reported on June 26. A white gold Condord watch with diamonds on the face, valued at approximately $3,500, was reported stolen from inside a locker at a business.
Patrolman Michael Zadlock took the report.
• An incident of criminal mischief in the area of Warf Avenue was reported on June 25. A window of a business was reportedly shattered.
Patrolman Shane Dengel took the report.

• A theft in the are of Marine Park was reported on June 17. Five fishing poles were reported stolen from a docked boat: two black Penn Fierce with red etching, valued at $150 each; two Penn Fierce, one black with red etching, valued at $150 each; and one Shakespeare, valued at $80.

Patrolman Darren M. McConnell took the report.

• A theft in the area of Marine Park was reported on June 16. Six fishing poles, valued at roughly $600, were reportedly stolen from the pole holders of a docked boat.

Patrolman Benjamin Springer took the report.

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