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Aberdeen PD: Burglary, Criminal Mischief

A look at police activity in Aberdeen from Jan. 9 to Jan. 15.

The Aberdeen Township Police Department responded to or initiated 318 calls for service between January 9 and January 15, 2013, including 12 suspicious persons/vehicles; 19 alarms; 20 first aid calls; nine motor vehicle crashes; five thefts; one domestic violence incident, three noise complaints; two criminal mischief incidents, four disorderly persons, nine burglaries, and 95 motor vehicle stops, according to Police Chief John Powers. Officers issued 79 motor vehicle summonses.

The Aberdeen Township Police made the following arrests January 9, 2013 through January 15, 2013:

  • On January 9 P.O. Gus Grivas took a 13-year-old Matawan juvenile into custody for harassment.
  • Sgt. Matthew Lloyd arrested a 21-year-old Edison man for contempt of court out of Holmdel municipal court following a motor vehicle stop on Lloyd Rd. on January 9.
  • P.O. Frank Maisano arrested a 18-year-old township man on January 9 for possession of marijuana under 50 grams and possession of drug paraphernalia at Matawan Terrace apartments.
  • P.O. Christopher DeSarno arrested a 47-year-old Old Bridge man for contempt of court out of Hazlet municipal court on January 10.
  • On January 10 P.O. Christopher DeSarno took a 16-year-old Matawan juvenile into custody for criminal mischief.
  • Sgt. Matthew Lloyd arrested a 29-year-old Matawan woman for contempt of court out of Middletown municipal court on January 10.
  • Sgt. Matthew Lloyd arrested a 19-year-old Old Bridge woman for contempt of court out of Old Bridge municipal court following a motor vehicle stop on Highway 35 on January 10. She was also issued a summons for driving while suspended.
  • P.O. Anthony Marone arrested a 40-year-old Matawan man for contempt of court out of Manalapan municipal court on January 11.
  • P.O. John Young arrested a 40-year-old Aberdeen woman for contempt of court out of Atlantic Highlands municipal court on January 12.
  • P.O. Matthew McDow arrested a 39-year-old Aberdeen man for contempt of court out of Aberdeen municipal court following an incident at Vingo Liquors, Hwy. 35, on January 12.
Other police activity during that period:
  • On January 9 a Sherwood Drive resident found a male subject rummaging through a neighbor’s vehicle.  The individual, described as a white male wearing a dark sweatshirt and carrying a backpack, dropped some cash and fled on foot.  P.O. Raymond Campbell and P.O. Martin Walsh responded and searched the area, but could not locate the suspect.  A Holmdel PD K-9 unit assisted in the search.  
  • P.O. Gus Grivas responded to the burglary of a home on Cliffwood Ave. that took place while the resident was out.  Entry was gained through a basement window sometime between 8:00 AM and 3:00 PM January 9.  Jewelry, a laptop computer, digital video recorder, and a digital camera were taken.  Sgt. Hank Chevalier and Det. Louis Nanna also investigated.
  • On January 10 an employee of the McDonald’s, Hwy. 35, reported criminal mischief to her vehicle in the parking lot.  P.O. Frank Maisano took the report.
  • On January 10 a resident of Woodcrest Drive reported someone entered his vehicles and took cash.  P.O. Gus Grivas investigated.
  • On January 11 a resident of Imbrook Lane reported someone entered her vehicle and took cash, a wallet, and a camera.  P.O. John Young investigated.
  • P.O. John Young investigated a report of criminal mischief on White Oak Lane on January 11.
  • P.O. Michael Plant investigated a report of the attempted theft of $240 worth of energy drinks from the A&P store, Hwy. 35, on January 11.
  • On January 12 a resident of Fifth St. reported someone entered his vehicle during the night and took clothing and a hunting rifle.  P.O. John Young investigated.
  • On January 12 a resident of Brown Pl. reported someone entered her vehicle during the night and took and took a small amount of money.  P.O. John Young investigated.
  • The manager of the Mahzu restaurant reported on January 12 that two individuals left without paying their bill.  P.O. Craig Hausmann responded.
  • Employees of the WaWa, Hwy. 35, reported that a customer took $40 worth of gas without paying on January 13.  P.O. Matthew McDow took the report.
  • A Sixth St. resident reported that sometime between January 10 and January 14 someone entered his vehicle and took a wallet and cash.  P.O. Mary Johnston responded.
  • On January 14 P.O. Anthony Marone responded to a report of criminal mischief to a vehicle parked on Oxford Lane.
  • On January 15 a Fayette Lane resident reported the fraudulent use of his credit cards.  P.O. Darryl Richardson took the report.

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