The following February criminal incidents and arrests were reported by Fair Haven police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.Continue reading Fair Haven Police Report: Burglary, Vandalism, DWI
The following recent arrests were reported by Red Bank police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.
The following recent arrests were reported by Middletown police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.
• Dawn Coughlin, 53, of Leonardville Road in the Belford section of Middletown, was arrested March 11 by Police Officer Erica Weeks and charged with unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and terroristic threats.
She was held on $5,000 bail, set by Judge Richard Thompson.
• David Keator, 55, of Western Reach in Red Bank, was arrested on March 11 by Police Officer Lisa Vreeland and charged with driving while intoxicated.
He was released pending a court date.
The following information was culled directly from police records. Arrests to not constitute convictions.
A young Highlands man, who had active warrants out of Fair Haven for his arrest, was arrested in Highlands on Oct. 29 after “an early morning incident that started in Highlands and ended in Fair Haven,” police records said.
Levi Soza, 24, allegedly threatened his Fair Haven girlfriend, violating a restraining order, according to police records. He was also charged with criminal trespass and burglary.
Soza is currently being held at Monmouth County jail in lieu of $28,000 bail, pending a Nov. 13 court date, according to police.
Fair Haven police also reported the following arrests and incidents for the month of October …
• A River Road business owner reported an attempted break-in on Oct. 4. Sgt. Jesse Dyksta and Ptl. Koetzner responded and observed what appeared to be pry marks on an outside door. No losses were reported.
Detective Stephen Schneider is investigating.
• Douglas Denoia, 25, of Ocean, was arrested on Oct. 6 and charged with possession of a radio capable of receiving police, fire or emergency medical communications while in the commission of a crime.
Sgt. Jesse Dykstra signed the complaint.
• A Princeton Road resident reported on Oct. 9 that an unknown person had stolen a dry cleaner bag containing clothing from their front porch.
• Jeffrey Kowal Jr., 18, Red Bank, was arrested by Patrolman Eric Patton on Oct. 13 and charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, following a motor vehicle stop.
Kowal was also found to have an active contempt warrant out of Middletown in the amount of $1000. He was released after posting full cash bail, pending a court appearance.
• Sergio Varela-Limon, 25, Highlands, was arrested on Oct. 15 by Patrolman William Logrotteria and charged with driving while intoxicated following a motor vehicle stop.
• A Harrision Avenue resident reported on Oct. 15 that a girl’s bicycle was stolen from their property sometime during the previous evening.
Special Officer II Robert Henne took the report.
• Jeanne Manigrasso, 44, of Eatontown, was arrested on Oct. 29 on the charge of an active warrant out of Tinton Falls in the amount of $1000 following a motor vehicle stop.
Manigrasso was processed and released after posting full cash bail. Special Officer Brooks Robinson was the arresting officer.
• A Third Street resident reported on Oct. 30 that a savings account was opened in her name fraudulently by someone else.
The incident is being investigated by Cpl. John Waltz. No losses have been reported at this time.