Fair Haven police reported the following incidents and arrests for the month of February. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.
• Sheikh Bilal, 50, of Jersey City, was arrested on Feb. 10 following a motor vehicle stop when an active full extradition warrant out of Louisiana was found to be on file.
The Louisiana warrant was based on charges that included two felony counts of worthless checks. Bilal was charged with being a fugitive from justice.
The arrest was made by Special Officer Brooks Robinson. Bail was set at $100,000 with no 10 percent option.
Bilal was transported to Monmouth County Correctional Institution in Freehold to await extradition to Louisiana to face his previous charges (according to the warrant).
• Garry Vandemark II, 32, of Atlantic Highlands was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Feb. 6 and charged with driving while suspended, unlawful possession of a weapon and obstruction by Special Officer Brooks Robinson.
He was released pending a Fair Haven court appearance.
• Ryan Marchese, of Red Bank, was arrested on Feb. 28 following a traffic stop on an active warrant out of Middletown for his arrest.
He was released after posting bail. Special Officer Brooks Robinson made the arrest.
• A Linden Drive resident reported on Feb. 6 that someone had filed a fraudulent 2014 tax return in his name.
Patrolman John Koetzner is investigating.
• A River Road business reported on Feb. 9 that someone had broken a window in the front of her store.
Cpl. John Waltz took the criminal mischief report.
• A Gillespie Avenue resident reported on Feb. 11 that they had video surveillance of an unknown male trespassing on their property.
Detective Stephen Schneider investigated and identified the trespasser as a juvenile.
The case has been forwarded to Juvenile Officer Patrolman William Lagrotteria for review.
• A Highland Avenue resident reported on Feb. 16 that someone attempted to file a fraudulent tax return in her name.
Detective Stephen Schneider took the report and is investigating.
• An Oxford Avenue resident reported on Feb. 24 that there were fraudulent charges on her debit card.
Patrolman Dwayne Reevey took the report and is investigating.