Editor’s note: The information in this blotter was supplied by the Aberdeen Township Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
The Aberdeen Township Police Department responded to or initiated 314 calls for service between Sept. 5 and Sept. 11, 2012, including nine suspicious persons/vehicles; eleven alarms; nine first aid calls; 16 motor vehicle crashes; four thefts; four domestic violence incidents, four noise complaints; one criminal mischief incident, three disorderly persons, and 130 motor vehicle stops, according to Chief of Police John Powers. Officers also issued 79 motor vehicle summonses.
The Aberdeen Township Police made the following arrests Sept. 5, 2012 through September 11, 2012:
- P.O. Lasko arrested a 33-year-old Keansburg woman for contempt of court out of Holmdel municipal court following a motor vehicle stop on Cliffwood Ave. on Sept. 5.
- P.O. Anthony Marone arrested a 40-year-old Sayreville man for contempt of court out of Sayreville municipal court following a motor vehicle stop on Cliffwood Ave. on Sept. 7.
- A 41-year-old Aberdeen man was charged with simple assault following an incident on West Concourse on Sept. 8. P.O. Michael Lasko was the arresting officer.
- P.O. Raymond Campbell arrested a 31-year-old Hawthorne St. man for contempt of court out of Aberdeen municipal court on Sept. 9.
- On September 9 a 23-year-old Keansburg man was arrested for contempt of court out of Aberdeen and Holmdel municipal courts on Sept. 9 by P.O. Martin Walsh and P.O. Matthew Lloyd.
Other police activity during that period:
- On Sept. 5 P.O. Anthony Marone responded to a report of trespassing on Brookside Ave.
- On Sept. 5 a resident of Inglewood Lane reported someone used his debit card to make fraudulent purchases totaling $2,000. P.O. Mary Johnston responded.
- P.O. Roger Peter responded to a report of harassment at a County Rd. residence on Sept. 5.
- P.O. Michael Lasko investigated a report of a suspicious vehicle on Woodmere Drive on Sept. 6.
- On Sept. 7 a resident of West Prospect Ave. reported damage to her vehicle. P.O. Michael Lasko investigated.
- On Sept. 7 the owner of a Lloyd Rd. business failed to pay the full amount of items purchased. P.O. John Young investigated.
- P.O. Anthony Marone responded to a report of a missing person on Sweetbriar St. on Sept. 8.
- On Sept. 8 P.O. Jeffrey Griffith responded to a harassment report on Arbordale Drive.
- A resident of Prospect Ave. reported two tires slashed on a vehicle on Sept. 9. P.O. Matthew Lloyd responded.
- On Sept. 10 a resident of Arlington Ave. reported someone used her debit card to make fraudulent purchases in excess of $600. P.O. Gus Grivas responded.
- On Sept. 10 an unknown white female subject took three packs of cigarettes from the WaWa store on Hwy. 35. P.O. Christopher DeSarno responded.
- P.O. Martin Walsh investigated a bad check report at a dentist office on Hwy. 34 on Sept. 11.
- On Sept. 11 officers responded to a report of an emotionally disturbed person on Fordham Drive. He was transported to Riverview Medical Center. P.O. Martin Walsh, P.O. Gus Grivas, Deputy Chief Rick Derechailo, and Sgt. Hank Chevalier responded.