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Aberdeen Police Respond to 281 Calls

Shoplifting, calls from individuals purporting to be IRS agents also reported in this week's Aberdeen police blotter.

The following is a list of crimes and incidents reported in Aberdeen between Feb. 5 and Feb. 11. The police blotter is provided directly by the Aberdeen Township Police Department and is reproduced here, unedited.
  • Special Officer Joseph Mason arrested a 26-year-old Keyport man on a contempt warrant out of Aberdeen municipal court on February 5.
  • P.O. John Zeller arrested a 49-year-old Old Bridge man on a contempt warrant out of Old Bridge municipal court following an incident at AMF Strathmore Lanes parking lot on February 6.
  • Joseph M. Donovan, 28, Aberdeen, was charged with reckless driving and driving while intoxicated following an incident on Hwy. 34 February 7. P.O. Frank Maisano was the arresting officer.
  • P.O. Raymond Campbell arrested a 19-year-old Keansburg woman on a contempt warrant out of Red Bank municipal court following a motor vehicle stop on Hwy. 35 on February 10.
Other police activity included:
  • On February 5 Det. Louis Nanna investigated a report of a missing person on Glenmere Way.
  • On February 6 P.O. Gus Grivas investigated a report of criminal mischief at the construction site of the Cambridge Club, Lloyd Rd.
  • On February 7 an Arlington Ave. resident reported someone used her identity to open a charge account and made purchases on it. P.O. Mary Johnston took the report.
  • A resident of Strathmore Gardens, Atlantic Ave., reported receiving harassing phone messages on February 7. P.O. Roger Peter investigated.
  • On February 8 a resident of Ellen Court reported receiving phone calls from individuals purporting to be Internal Revenue Service agents. P.O. John Young took the report.
  • P.O. Michael Lasko responded to a Beaver Place residence on February 9 on a report of harassment.
  • A white female in her 60s shoplifted several items and fled from the Shop Rite store, Lloyd Rd., on February 9. P.O. Matthew McDow investigated.
  • On February 11 an Arbordale Dr. resident reported someone attempted the fraudulent use of her credit card and tried to open other accounts in her name.  P.O. Gus Grivas took the report.
Officers responded to or initiated 281 calls for service between February 5 and February 11, 2014, including 14 suspicious persons/vehicles; 16 alarms; 23 first aid calls; 19 motor vehicle crashes; one disorderly persons, two domestic violence incidents, one criminal mischief incident, two noise complaints, one theft, one assault, and 99 motor vehicle stops. Officers issued 82 motor vehicle summonses.

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