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Belmar and Lake Como

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Belmar Police Department reported the following arrests occurred in Belmar and Lake Como from May 24  through May 27.

BELMAR

Matthew Cavalieri, 27, of Belmar was arrested on Main Street on May 24 by Special Officer Joseph Vojtko, charged with simple assault and criminal mischief.

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Alan Gartner, 55, of Belmar was arrested on May 24 on Main Street by Police Officer Timothy Yee, charged with contempt for an outstanding warrant.

Juan Correa-Deysasi, 25, of Montville was charged with defiant trespass following his arrest on May 26 on Ocean Avenue by Police Officer Lawrence Kelly.

Thomas Wilson, 25, of Whippany was arrested on May 26 on Ocean Avenue by Detective Michael Yee, charged with defiant trespass and disorderly conduct.

Bryan Giusto, 21 of the Parlin section of Sayreville, was arrested on May 26 on 16th Avenue by Police Officer Corey Whitman, charged with disorderly conduct.

Benjamin Laub, 23, of Pine Brook was charged with disorderly conduct by Police Officer Peter Speakman after his arrest on May 26 on Main Street.

Jonell Garcia, 22, of Old Bridge was arrested on May 27 on 16th Avenue by Special Officer Matthew Edwards, charged with hindering apprehension/self suppression.

Anthony Bealko, 22, of New York City was charged with obstruction after his arrest on May 27 on Ocean Avenue by Special Officer Derek Fabian.

Michael Kracsun, 23, of Old Bridge was arrested on charges of improper behavior and obstruction on 13th Avenue by Special Officer Michael Moeller.

Jake Kushner, 25, of Bayonne was arrested on May 27on Ocean Avenue by Detective Michael Yee, charged with defiant trespass and disorderly conduct.

Conor Brady, 28, of The Bronx was charged with disorderly conduct after his arrest on May 27 on 18th Avenue by Special Officer Randall Transky.

Mark Walther, 21, of Westminster, Md., was arrested on May 27 on 13th Avenue by Special Officer Thomas Bowden, charged with obstruction.

LAKE COMO

Anthony Riggi, 21, of Montclair was charged with disorderly conduct after his May 24 arrest by Police Officer Brian Poppert on 16th Avenue.

Ryan Steinberg, 23, of Manalapan was arrested on May 24 on 16th Avenue by Police Officer Peter Speakman, charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

James Piros, 21, of Clifton was arrested on May 25 on 16th Avenue by Police Officer Timothy Yee, charged with contempt for an outstanding warrant.

David Peters, 21, of Manasquan was arrested on May 26 in Main Street by Special Officer Daniel Haviland, charged with disorderly conduct.

Brian Dwyer, 23, of Staten Island was arrested on May 27 on 17th Avenue by Special officer Randi Rodriguez, charged with disorderly conduct.

Connor Simpson, 23, of Rumson was charged with defiant trespass after his May 27 arrest on 22nd Avenue by Police Officer Lawrence Kelly.

Carlos Mora, 22 of Ridgefield was charged with defiant trespass after he was arrested on May 27 by Police Officer Philip Bohrman on 16th Avenue.

Robert Sanchez, 24 of Morristown was arrested on May 27 on 18th Avenue by Special Officer Daniel Wendell, charged with defiant trespass and criminal mischief.

Raymond Rotella, 26, of Little Falls was charged with assault on a police officer, criminal mischief and resisting arrest after his arrest on May 27 by Police Officer Peter Speakman on 16th Avenue.

Jeremy Robbins, 23, of Berkeley Heights was arrested on May 27 on 16th Avenue by Special Officer Dane Richards, charged with obstruction, threat or use of force against law enforcement.

Ana Cuevas-Ortega, 26, of Hightstown was charged with defiant trespass and criminal mischief after being arrested on May 27 on 18th Avenue by Special Officer Daniel Wendel.

 

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Editor's Note: This article relies on information provided by law enforcement officials and the subjects are presumed innocent. If notified of changes to the charges or their outcome, TAPinto.net will update this report.

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