Frustrated with a years’ long problem looming over the area in surge spurts and the unheeding of advice regarding it, Rumson police have taken their message to the streets with lit signage: “Car thieves are back! Lock your cars!”
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The following recent criminal incidents and arrests were reported by Shrewsbury police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.
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In light of a recent report of one stolen vehicle and several others having been rummaged through in the overnight hours of Jan. 17 through 18, Rumson police are advising that residents lock their vehicles and remove key fobs, a Rumson Police Department Facebook post said.
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The following arrests and criminal incident reports were reported by Fair Haven police for the month of October. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.
• Leobardo Martinez, 25, of Somerset, was arrested on Oct. 25 and charged with possession of marijuana by Patrolman Brooks Robinson following a motor vehicle stop.
Martinez was released pending a Fair Haven Municipal Court appearance.
• Melissa Neczesny, 53, of Fair Haven, was charged with simple assault and disorderly conduct on Oct. 16 after being involved in a physical altercation with another female outside of a local establishment. Patrolman Dwayne Reevey was the arresting officer.
She was processed and released pending a court appearance.
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An edited release from Rumson police …
Rumson police are alerting residents to lock their vehicles after reporting the theft of a “high-end motor vehicle” from Holly Tree Lane sometime overnight on Monday.
Police did not specify in the release whether or not the stolen vehicle was unlocked.
However, in light of past car thefts that involved unlocked high-end vehicles in the area, they urged that “residents to keep valuables and keys out of their vehicles and lock them at all times,” the release posted on Facebook said. “Please share and spread the word.”
Police ask that anyone witnessing suspicious activity call the department at 732-842-0500 or dial 9-1-1.