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Little Silver Police Blotter: Juveniles Charged with Marijuana Possession and Assault

The following arrest information was supplied by the Little Silver Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Unedited arrest records released by the on May 8:

April 23- A Fraud was reported by a resident on Garden Road after they hired a chimney sweep company to perform work at their residence. The resident made payment in the amount of $375 before the service was rendered. The company kept the money and never returned to complete the job. P.O. Amanda Arnold investigated.

April 26- A resident from Branch Avenue reported an attempted Credit Card Fraud after she discovered that there were unauthorized attempts to make $500-$600 in purchases on her debit card. P.O. Joseph Glynn, Jr. and Det. Greg Oliva investigated.

April 27- Harassment was reported at Sickles Park between two female parties over personal reasons. P.O. Robert Chenoweth and P.O. Amanda Arnold investigated. 

April 27- Thomas Crockett, Jr., 41, Middletown was arrested following a motor vehicle accident and charged with Driving While Intoxicated. He was released pending a later court date. P.O. Amanda Arnold made the arrest.

April 30- A female juvenile, 16, Union Beach, was arrested for Possession of Marijuana Under 50 Grams. P.O. Joseph Glynn, Jr. made the arrest.

May 1- A Branch Avenue business made a report of Bad Checks after receiving them from several different customers. The total owed is in excess of $1,278. Det. Greg Oliva investigated. 

May 1- A resident from Amelia Circle reported a Credit Card Fraud after she discovered that her debit card had unauthorized purchases in the amount of $1,771. The resident contacted police after she noticed them on her credit card statement. P.O. Michael Lahey and Det. Greg Oliva investigated.

May 5- A male juvenile, 17, Red Bank was arrested for Simple Assault. P.O. Michael Lahey made the arrest.

 

 

secondome May 23, 2012 at 03:44 PM
Charges at time of arrest should not be made public until a person actually goes to court and is found guilty of the alleged crimes. At the time of arrest charges are extremely exaggerated and in some cases incorrect. With many of these cases, once heard in court the majority of charges are dropped. It is unfair to be publically humiliated for "crimes" not found guilty of.

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