It’s National Police Week.Continue reading Police Week: Retro Rumson Police
From Rumson police …
“The United States Coast Guard, New Jersey State Police and the Rumson Police Department are investigating a missing person from a vessel in the Sandy Hook Bay which was reported to the United States Coast Guard on Monday, May 2, 2022.
“Missing is 54 year old Richard P. O’Day, of Rumson, New Jersey.
“If you have any information pertaining to this investigation please contact New Jersey State Police Detective Hannan at 609-584-5000 x5289, United States Coast Guard at 718-354-4120 or Detective Schneider of the Rumson Police Department at 732-842-0500.”
Please see (the) below post from the family …
There’s a new Rumson police officer in town.
Her name is Dawn Shields and she is officially the newest member of the Rumson Police Department, the department announced in a social media post. Shields is a Special Law Enforcement Officer Class II. Special II officers are auxiliary, part-time officers who have basically the same authorizations as a permanent officer in a department. They are authorized to carry a weapon and have the power to make arrests and other functions similar to those of a full-time officer.
She comes to Rumson after retirement from a 26-year career with the Red Bank Police Department, the post said. Shields, in her tenure as a Red Bank officer, was a “School Resource Officer and D.A.R.E/L.E.A.D. instructor,” it added.
She will be doing more of the same in Rumson schools.
“We are happy that Dawn can now share her knowledge and experience in Rumson while protecting our schools,” the post concluded. “Welcome S/O III Shields!!”
Vehicle thefts are being attempted again in Rumson; and, police are vehemently pleading with people to lock their cars and “remove our key fobs every time we park our vehicles without exception!”Continue reading Rumson Police: Vehicle Thieves Strike Again
The following August and September arrests were reported by Rumson police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. DUI is a motor vehicle offense.Continue reading Rumson Police Report: DUI Arrests
Yet another plea to residents to lock cars came from Rumson police today with the news that an unlocked car in the borough with the key fob inside was stolen last night.Continue reading Rumson Police: Car Stolen
The following July and May DUI arrests were reported by Rumson police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.Continue reading Rumson Police Report: Several DUI Arrests
The following November and December arrests were reported by Rumson police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.Continue reading Rumson Police Report: Drug Possession & Dealing, Theft of Services, DUI
Rumson police this morning announced on social media, as a “Community Alert” that two private schools in the borough were put into lockdown due to a report of a knife-wielding woman.Continue reading Rumson Police: Authorities Investigate Report of Knife-Wielding Woman
The following September arrests were reported by Rumson police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.
- Anthony Goltsch, 40, of Manchester, was arrested in the area of East River Road and Washington Street on Sept. 30 and charged with multiple counts of theft Detective Donald Schneider.
- Jack Dawson, 19, of Rumson, was arrested in the area of Brookside Drive on Sept. 13 and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance (CDS) and possession of drug paraphernalia by Special Officer Christopher Ibarra.
The following June arrests were reported by Rumson police. An arrest does not constitute a conviction.
• Melany Gonzalez-Trejo, 21, of Keansburg, was arrested in the area of Rumson Road and Bellevue Avenue on June 30 and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance (CDS) by Patrolman Joseph Strohmenger.
• Robert Olshan, 28, of Rumson, was arrested in the area of Forrest Avenue and Carton Street on June 24 and charged with theft of services and defiant trespass by Sgt. Robert Boyer.
• Stephen Grosso, 30, of Fair Haven, was arrested in the area of West River Road and Bellevue Avenue on June 15 and charged with criminal mischief and hindering apprehension after numerous reports of broken mailboxes in the area.
• Courtney Larson, 35, of Middletown, was arrested in the area of West River Road and Second Street on June 4 and charged with driving under the influence (DUI) by Patrolman Donald Morse.
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!”Continue reading Rumson Police Take Their Car Theft Message to the Streets