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Area Man Arrested on Cocaine Dealing, Weapons Charges; $100K Bail

A press release from Red Bank police:

On Friday morning, the Red Bank Police Department executed a narcotics search warrant at a South Pearl Street residence.

The search warrant was issued following a month long investigation by Lt.Robert Clayton into sales of narcotics from the home.

Police charged Marcus A. Rice, 32, of South Pearl Street with: possession of CDS (cocaine), possession with intent to distribute, possession with intent to distribute in a school zone, possession of narcotic paraphernalia, unlawful possession of a handgun, and possession of a handgun while committing a narcotics offense.

Rice was committed to Monmouth County Correctional Institution in lieu of bail set at $101,500.

* An arrest does not constitute a conviction.

Police Report Theft, Criminal Mischief Close By

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

• An incident of criminal mischief was reported to have occurred on July 23 at a N. Bridge Avenue parking lot. The victim reported that someone keyed his parked vehicle in several spots.

Patrolman Michael Zadlock took the report.

• A theft was reported to have occurred on July 24 on Riverside Avenue. The victim reported that someone stole a pay check from the center console of a parked car.

Patrolman John Camarca took the report.

• A theft was reported to have occurred on Branch Avenue on July 31. The victim reported that someone entered his apartment and stole a bottle of prescription pain medication.

Patrolman Patrick Kennedy took the report.

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Police Report Marijuana Possession, Dealing, Heroin Arrests & More

The following recent arrests were made and reported by Red Bank police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.

• Mackenzie Killeen, 23, and Samatha Lupino, 24, both of Middletown, were arrested on July 23 in the area of Shrewsbury Avenue for and charged with possession of a CDS (heroin) and possession of a hypodermic syringe by Patrolman Shane Dengel.

• Jahvon Wells-Bailey, 27, of Keansburg, was arrested on July 16 in the area of River Street and charged with possession of a CDS (under 50 grams of marijuana), possession of a CDS with intent to distribute and possession of a CDS within 1,500 feet of a park or public housing by Patrolman Nicholas Maletto.

 

• Devin Dimartini, 19, of Lincroft, was arrested on July 20 in the area of Shrewsbury Avenue and charged with possession of under 50 grams of marijuana by Patrolman Jorge Torres.

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Police: Criminal Mischief & Theft Close By

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

• An incident of criminal mischief was reported to have occurred on July 16 in a Monmouth Street parking lot. Someone cracked the windshield on a parked vehicle.

Patrolman Matthew Ehrenreich took the report.

• An incident of criminal mischief was reported to have occurred sometime between July 17 and 19 on Tilton Avenue. The victim reported that an unknown person (or people) smashed the windshield on a parked truck.

Patrolman Shane Dengel took the report.

• An incident of criminal mischief was reported to have occurred sometime between June 17 and 19 in a Monmouth Street parking lot. The victim reported that an unknown person (or people) smashed both the front and rear windshield of a parked vehicle.

Patrolman Cevin Albert took the report.

• A theft was reported to have occurred on Maple Avenue on July 20. The victim reported that he placed his Samsung cell phone in a locker at the guy and when he went to retrieve it, it was missing.

Lt. Robert Kennedy took the report.

• An incident of criminal mischief was reported to have occurred sometime between July 19 and 20 in a Locust Avenue parking lot. The victim reported that someone slashed all four tires on a parked vehicle.

Sgt. David Hicks took the report.

• An incident of criminal mischief was reported to have occurred sometime between July 13 and 22 at the Red Bank Charter School on Oakland Street. There were reports of several tennis balls, that had been set on fire and burned, being found on the property. A square of concrete on the basketball court was also damaged by the burned tennis balls.

Patrolman Cevin Albert took the report.

Police: Several Arrested on Contempt Charges

The following recent arrests were made and reported by Middletown police:

• James Cook, 53, of North Washington Avenue in Wilkes Barre, PA, was arrested on July 14 by Patrolman Christopher Dee on a contempt of court warrant issued by the Middletown Municipal Court.

He was released after posting $1,000 bail.

• Paul Blouin, 55, of Beach Street in Rockaway, NY, was arrested on July 15 by Patrolman Ryan Riffert on contempt of court warrants issued by the Middletown, Northfield, Bass River, Sayreville and Wall municipal courts.

He was held on $5,502 bail.

• Candace Read, 35, of Railroad Avenue in the Belford section of Middletown, was arrested on July 15 by Detective Keith Hirschbein on a contempt of court warrant issued by the Hazlet Municipal Court.

She was held on $501 bail.

• Patrick Weinheimer, 32, of Mary Mind Avenue in Atlantic Highlands, was arrested on July 15 by Detective Daniel Sullivan on a contempt of court warrant issued by the Hazlet Municipal Court.

He was held on $501 bail.

• Teresa Fennell, 52, of Grand Avenue in Atlantic Highlands, was arrested on July 15 by Patrolman Christian Clark on a contempt of court warrant issued by the Middletown Municipal Court.

She was released after posting $500 bail.

• Thomas Schnoor, 19, of Glenmary Avenue in the Leonardo section of Middletown, was arrested on July 15 by Detective Daniel Sullivan on a contempt of court warrant issued by the Middletown Municipal Court.

He was held on $1,000 bail.

• Chad Hacker, 41, of Day Avenue in Middletown, was arrested on July 15 by Patrolman Michael Heaton on a contempt of court warrant issued by the Howell Municipal Court.

He was released after posting $500 bail.

• Paige Coward, 53, of Latham Avenue in Atlantic Highlands, was arrested on July 16 by Patrolman Raymond Sofield on a contempt of court warrant issued by the Middletown Municipal Court.

She was released after posting $500 bail.

• Timothy Kitson, 42, of Van Gelder Street in Tamaqua, PA, was arrested on July 16 by Patrolman Richard Belmonte on contempt of court warrants issued by the Woodbridge, Union Beach, Newark and Holmdel municipal courts.

He was held on $6,850 bail.

• Nickya Sanchez-Williams, 37, of Center Avenue in Keansburg, was arrested on July 17 by Patrolman Scott Davis on a contempt of court warrant issued by the Keansburg Municipal Court.

She was released after posting $250 bail.

• Kristina Bufano, 52, of Cherry Tree Lane in Middletown, was arrested on July 17 by Patrolman Scott Davis on a contempt of court warrant issued by the Marlboro Municipal Court.

She was released after posting $350 bail.

 

Police Arrest Several on Contempt Charges

The following recent contempt of court arrests were made and reported by Middletown police.

• Jessica Pascalli, 31, of Liberty Street in Middletown, was arrested on July 7 by Patrolman Thomas Hughes on contempt of court warrants issued by the Toms River, Brick, Hazlet and Middletown municipal courts.

She was held on $3,330 bail.

• Sean Lynch, 29, of Danemar Drive, of Middletown, was arrested on July 9 by Patrolman Thomas Foster on a contempt of court warrant issued by the Middletown Municipal Court.

He was held on $1,000 bail.

• Kyle Drust, 23, of Seabreeze Avenue in North Middletown, was arrested on July 11 by Patrolman Richard Belmonte on a contempt of court warrant issued by the Hazlet Municipal Court.

He was held on $750 bail.

• John Whaley, 52, of Spruce Drive in Middletown, was arrested on July 10 by Patrolman Joshua Midose on a contempt of court warrant issued by the Carteret Municipal Court.

He was held on $250 bail.

• Brittany Carr, 24, of Brainard Avenue in the Port Monmouth section of Middletown, was arrested on July 13 by Detective Keith Hirschbein on a contempt of court warrants issued by the Middletown and Keansburg municipal courts.

She was held on $835 bail.

• Kaire Hatcher, 23, of Stevens Avenue in Tinton Falls, was arrested on July 14 by Patrolman Frank Mazza on a contempt of court warrant issued by the Red Bank Municipal Court.

He was held on $2,500 bail.

Police Arrest Three Locals on Marijuana Growing, Dealing Charges & More

An extensive investigation and execution of a search warrant led to the uncovering of a local marijuana growing operation and drug bust during which three Middletown residents were arrested at their township home.

On July 9, Kenneth Newell, 48, Samuel Hudson, 26, and Nicole Boutiette, 25, all of Carter Avenue in Middletown, were arrested by Middletown police after a search warrant of their home was executed based on evidence of a marijuana growing operation there, according to a Middletown police report.

Newell was charged with: possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute, possession of drug paraphernalia, theft of lost or mislaid property, possession of under 50 grams of marijuana, unlawful possession of a rifle and on a contempt of court warrant issued by the Holmdel Municipal Court, the report said.

Hudson was charged with: possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute, possession of under 50 grams of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of heroin, possession of hypodermic syringes and unlawful possession of a rifle, according to police.

Boutiette was charged with: possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute, possession of under 50 grams of marijuana, possession of heroin, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of hypodermic syringes and unlawful possession of a weapon, police said in the report.

Newell was held on $5,750 bail; and Hudson and Boutiette were held on $5,000 bail, set by Judge D’Auria.

The warrant execution was a result of an investigation conducted by Officer Adam Colfer.

Police Make DWI, Obstruction, Disorderly Arrests

The following recent arrests were made and reported by Red Bank police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.

• Hugo Cruz, 32, of Red Bank, was arrested on July 5 in the area of Catherine Street and charged with DWI (driving while intoxicated)  by Patrolman Stanley Balmer.

• Elezar Garcia-Avendano, 36, of Red Bank, was arrested on July 5 in the area of Shrewsbury Avenue and charged with DWI (driving while intoxicated) by Patrolman Jorge Torres.

• Tajhi Tomaino, 20, of Red Bank, was arrested on July 3 in the area of Tilton Avenue and charged with obstructing administration of law and resisting arrest by Patrolman Kristin Altimari.

• Mark Scaliti, 48, of Middletown, was arrested on July 3 in the area of Broad Street and charged with disorderly conduct by Patrolman Ashon Lovick.

• Shaquan Jackson, 23, of Tinton Falls, was arrested on July 2  in the area of S. Pearl Street on a COC (contempt of court) charge by Patrolman George Travostino.

• Edwin Segura, 26, of Red Bank, was arrested on July 2 in the area of Wharf Avenue on a COC (contempt of court) charge by Patrolman John Camarca.

• William Manser, 35, of Ocean, was arrested on July 6 in the area of Riverview Plaza on a COC (contempt of court) charge by Patrolman Sean Hauschildt.

• Markies Wells, 29, of Red Bank, was arrested on July 5 in the area of Monmouth Street on a COC (contempt of court) charge by Patrolman Benjamin Springer.

• Kelvin Gonzalez, 23, of Red Bank, was arrested on July 4 in the area of Chestnut Street on a COC (contempt of court) charge by Patrolman Shane Dengel.

• Tariek Boynton, 25, of Red Bank, was arrested on July 3 in the area of Monmouth Street on a COC (contempt of court) charge by Patrolman Michael Zadlock.

Police Report Incidents of Theft, Burglary, Criminal Mischief

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

• A burglary, theft was reported to have occurred on E. Westside Avenue on July 4. The victim reported that someone gained entry into their residence by removing a window air conditioning unit. The victim reported that jewelry, prescription drugs and $100 worth of beef were stolen.

Inv. Paul Perez is investigating.

• A theft was reported to have occurred at a Chapin Avenue nursing home on July 4. The victim reported that someone stole cash from her room.

Patrolman Sean Hauschildt took the report.

• An incident of criminal mischief was reported to have occurred sometime between July 7 and 8 on Drummond Avenue. The victim reported that someone keyed his parked vehicle.

Patrolman Cevin Albert took the report.

• A burglary was reported to have occurred sometime between July 7 and 8 at a Leighton Avenue residence. The victim reported that an unknown person or unknown persons gained entry into a residence by breaking the lock on the rear door. Two iPads were reported stolen.

Inv. Robert Campanella is investigating.

Police: Arrests on Contempt; Non-Support, $23K

The following contempt of court arrests were reported by Middletown police:

• John Graf, 40, of Mason Drive in Keansburg, was arrested on July 1 by Patrolman Thomas Hughes on a contempt of court warrant issued by the Monmouth County Superior Court.

He was held pending a court date.

• Rob Scott,  27, of Monmouth Parkway in Middletown, was arrested on June 30 by Patrolman Christopher Menendez on contempt of court warrants issued by the Woodbridge and Holmdel municipal courts.

He was held on $800 bail.

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Police Report Several Marijuana Possession Arrests & More

The following recent arrests were made and reported by Red Bank police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.

• Alexander Gaita, 24, of Middletown, was arrested on July 2 in the area of Morford Place and charged with hindering apprehension, possession of a CDS (under 50 grams of marijuana), receiving stolen property and contempt of court by Patrolman John Camarca.

• A juvenile male, 13, of Red Bank was arrested on July 1 in the area of E. Westside Avenue and charged with possession of a CDS (under 50 grams of marijuana) by Patrolman Nicholas Maletto.

• Sayyied Rida, 36, of Middletown was arrested on July 1 in the area of River Street on a contempt of court charge by Ptl. Nicholas Maletto.

• James Gaudio, 18, of the Lincroft section of Middletown, Michael Walker, 18, of Middletown, Dominic Carrea,18, of the Leonardo section of Middletown, and Cameron Docherty, 18, of Middletown, were arrested on July 1 in the area of Bridge Avenue and charged with possession of a CDS (under 50 grams of marijuana), and possession of drug paraphernalia by Patrolman George Travostino.

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Police Report Area Drug Busts, $15K and $10K Bail

The following recent arrests were made and reported by Middletown police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.

• Michael Ryan, 27, of Main Street in the Belford section of Middletown, was arrested on July 1 by Patrolman Adam Colfer and charged with possession of under 50 grams of marijuana, possession of hash, possession of drug paraphernalia and obstructing the administration of law.

He was released pending a court date.

• Sean Hanrahan, 28, of Hunter Point Road in Middletown, was arrested on July 1 and charged with possession of under 50 grams of marijuana, possession of hash, possession of drug paraphernalia and obstructing the administration of law.

He was released pending a court date.

• Christopher Stryker, 20, of Wedgewood Circle in the Belford section of Middletown, was arrested on July 1 by Patrolman David Ringkamp and charged with providing false information to a police officer.

He was released pending a court date.

• Julieanna Mezzacappa, 23, of Oakwood Road in the Leonardo section of Middletown, was arrested on July 2 by Detective Daniel Sullivan and charged with possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia.

She was held on $7,500 bail with a 10 percent option, set by Judge Richard Thompson.

• Dylan Bulinsky, 23, of Rutledge Drive in Middletown, was arrested on July 2 by Detective Keith Hirschbein and charged with  possession of heroin, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a hypodermic syringe.

He was held on $15,000 bail, set by Judge Richard Thompson.

• Anthony Sciacovelli, 47, of Thompson Avenue in Middletown, was arrested on July 5 by Patrolman Greg Buhowski and charged with simple assault.

He was released after posting $2,500 bail set by Judge James Newman.

• Patricia Petersen, 60, of Carriage House Lane in Little Silver, was arrested on July 5 by Patrolman Nicholas Haines and charged with driving while intoxicated.

She was released pending a court date.

• Jacquelin Migliaccio, 24, of the Boulevard in Hasbrouck Heights, was arrested on July 5 by Deputy Chief Stephen Dollinger and charged with possession of hypodermic syringes.

She was released pending a court date.

• Corey Ozelas, 29, of Campbell Avenue in the Port Monmouth section of Middletown, was arrested on July 4 by Patrolman Christopher Menendez and charged with disorderly conduct.

He was released pending a court date.

• Joseph Lamar, 27, of Ideal Avenue in Middletown, was arrested on July 4 by Patrolman Greg Buhowski and charged with disorderly conduct.

He was released pending a court date.

• Jeremy Browne, 23, of Fulton Street in Keyport, was arrested on July 4 by Patrolman Ricardo Cruz and charged with simple assault.

He was released after posting $5,000 bail, set by Judge James Newman.

• Vito Benedictis, 45, of East End Avenue in the Belford section of Middletown, was arrested on July 3 by Patrolman Christopher Menendez and charged with possession of fireworks.

He was released pending a court date.

• On July 5, Patrolman David Ringkamp arrested a 15-year-old male juvenile from the Port Monmouth section of Middletown and charged him with simple assault.

He was released pending a court date.

• Grace Reid, 31, of Port Monmouth Road in Keansburg, was arrested on July 6 by Patrolman Adam Colfer and charged with possession of heroin, possession of cocaine, possession of hypodermic syringes, possession of drug paraphernalia and tampering with evidence.

She was held on $10,000 bail, set by Judge James Newman.

• Edward Cooney, 29, of Carter Avenue in Middletown, was arrested on July 6 by Patrolman Adam Colfer and charged with possession of heroin, unlawful possession of Xanax, unlawful purpose of Suboxone, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a hypodermic syringe, disorderly conduct and possession of under 50 grams of marijuana.

He was held on $15,000 bail.