Rumson Police Report: Theft, Burglary, Underage Parties, Hindering Apprehension

The following September incidents and arrests were reported by Rumson police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.


  • Rickey Durham II, 22, of Piscataway, was arrested in the area of Rumson Road and Tennis Court Lane on Sept. 13 and charged with hindering apprehension by Patrolman James Camilleri.


• Police responded to a home on Oakes Road on Sept. 30 on a report of a loud party. They found a large juvenile party in progress at the home. Susan Cahill, 58, of Rumson, was issued a summons for maintaining a nuisance by Patrolman Donald Morse.

• Police responded on Sept. 25 to property owners on Post Road on a report of a burglary. The home was under construction and property had been damaged the previous weekend.

Special Officer Wrightington took the report.

• Police responded on Sept. 23 to a report of two people “passed out” on the front lawn of a Shrewsbury Drive home and an active underage party at the home. A 13-year-old male juvenile was later charged with making false reports to law enforcement via the Juvenile Justice system.

• The theft of a bicycle, valued at $450, was reported on Sept. 6.

Special Officer Pignataro took the report.

• Police responded to the Oceanic Library on Sept. 5 on a report of money missing from the building.

Special Officer James Orozco took the report.