Fair Haven Police Report: Assault by Auto, Fraud, Vandalism, Identity Theft

The following June and May criminal incidents and arrests were reported by Fair Haven police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.

Criminal Incidents

• A Grange Ave resident reported on June 30 that an unknown person made fraudulent transactions on his credit card.  S/O Patrick Anderson took the report.

• A McCarter Ave resident reported vandalism to her vehicle on June 13 after finding two tires slashed.

Patrolman John Koetzner took the report.

• A Hance Road resident reported on June 12 that an unknown person attempted to steal her identity, forwarding her SSA payments to a different bank account.

Patrolman Eric Patton took the report.

Arrests

• Scott W. Taylor, 45, of Waretown was arrested on June 29 and charged criminally with assault by auto by Patrolman Eric Patton. Taylor also received traffic summonses for leaving the scene of an accident with injury and failure to report an accident with injury. Taylor was released pending a Fair Haven Municipal Court appearance.

Contempt of Court

• Giuseppie Bartolomeo, 37, of North Middletown, was arrested on June 25 by Sgt. Stephen Schneider on a contempt of court warrant following a motor vehicle stop.

• Pierro M. Cocurellocafolla, of Red Bank, was arrested on June 3 by S/O Patrick Anderson on a contempt of court warrant following a motor vehicle stop. Cocurellocafolla was released after posting full cash bail.

• Patrick L. Berry 20, of Hazlet, was arrested on May 30 on a contempt of court warrant by Patrolman Dwayne Reevey following a motor vehicle stop. Berry was released after posting full cash bail.

• Lisa K. Edwards, 46, of Red Bank, was arrested on May 23 by Patrolman Brooks Robinson on a contempt of court warrant following a motor vehicle stop. Edwards was released after posting full cash bail.

• Michael P. Fish. 27, of Middletown, was arrested on May 18 on a contempt of court warrant by Patrolman Eric Patterson following a motor vehicle stop. Fish was released after posting full cash bail.

John Caroli
BCS Wealth Management