Police Blotter

Belmar and Lake Como

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Belmar Police Department reported the following arrests occurred in Belmar and Lake Como from June 10 through June 17, 2017.

BELMAR

Demi Parra, 24, of South Amboy was arrested on 19th Avenue on June 10 by Special Officer Charles Weinkofsky, charged with simple assault.

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Adam Ursomanno, 24, of Staten Island was charged with disorderly conduct on June 10 after being arrest by 15th Avenue by Special Officer Joseph Vojtko.

Gerome Johnson, 52, of Lakewood was charged with contempt (warrant arrest on a charge of possession of a controlled dangerous substance) after being arrested on June 10 at the Belmar Train Station by Police Officer Ryan Nolan.

Dmitry Smolkin, 27, of East Windsor was arrested on June 11 on Ocean Avenue by Police officer Philip Bohrman, charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and interference of business.

Robert M. Kennedy II, 27, of Toms River was charged with driving while under the influence, use or possession with the intent to use after his June 12 arrest on Route 35 by Police Officer Ryan Nolan.

Mark Roarty, 29, of Secaucus was arrested on June 12 on Ocean Avenue by Police Officer Corey Whitman, charged with disorderly conduct.

James Lugo, 29, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., was charged with defiant trespass and possession of a controlled dangerous substance after his arrest on June 12 on Ocean Avenue by Police Officer Kevin Jones Jr.

Ryan Duffy, 21, of Englewood was charged with defiant trespass after his arrest on June 12 on Ocean Avenue by Police Officer Anthony Steneck

Joshua Moore, 26, of Belmar was arrested on June 12 on Main Street by Detective Michael Yee on an outstanding arrest warrant.

Roberto Beltrami, 21, of Howell was charged with obstruction on 15th Avenue after his June 13 arrest by Special Officer Zachary Campbell.

James Marcondes, 21, ,of Freehold, was charged with obstruction on Main Street after his June 13 arrest by Special Officer Charles Weinkofsky.

Brendan Purcell, 21, of Freehold was charged with obstruction on 15th Avenue after his June 13 arrest by Special Officer Zachary Campbell.

Nicholas Kawana, 25, of Howell was arrested at the Belmar Train Station on June 14 by Special Officer Joseph Vojtko, charged with criminal mischief.

Tyler Shields, 23, of Holmdel, was charged with disorder conduct after his June 14 arrest on Railroad Avenue by Special Officer disorderly conduct.

Edgar Leal, 21, of New Brunswick was arrested on 16th  Avenue on June 14 by Special Officer Kevin Marron, charged with disorderly conduct.

Andrew Gobran, 22, of Staten Island was charged with disorderly conduct and interference of business after his June 14 arrest on Main Street by Special Officer Kyle Pelech.

Abraam Girgis, 23, of Staten Island was charged with disorderly conduct and interference of business after his June 14 arrest on Main Street by Special Officer Kyle Pelech.

Adam Wheeler, 33, of Wall was arrested on Main Street on June 14 by Special Officer Kathleen Logel, charged with disorderly conduct.

Joseph Lelinho, 26, of Secaucus was charged with defiant trespass after his June 16 arrest on Ocean Avenue by Police Officer Kevin Jones Jr.

Gary Glassford, 59, of Belmar was arrested on a warrant on June 16 on Main Street by Special Officer Derek Fabian, charged with contempt.

Deborah Wesch, 25, of West Milford was charged with disorderly conduct after his June 17 arrest on Ocean Avenue by Detective Michael Yee.

Anthony Garcia, 27, of Belmar was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and defiant trespass after his June 17 arrest on Ocean Avenue by Detective Michael Yee.

Christopher Stephan, 25, of Point Pleasant was arrested on Ocean Avenue on June 17 by Special Officer James Groome, charged with defiant trespass.

Daniel Rufo, 22, of Keansburg was arrested on Ocean Avenue on June 17 by Special Officer Kevin Maron, charged with defiant trespass.

Marcin Michalewski, 47, of Edison was charged with simple assault after his June 17 arrest on B Street by Police Officer Peter Speakman.

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Tarek Khader, 37, of Philadelphia was charged with defiant trespass after his June 12 arrest on 16th Avenue by Police Officer Kevin Jones Jr.

Fred Turco, 21, of North Bergen was arrested on 16th Avenue on June 13 by Special Officer Charles Weinkofsky, charged with defiant trespass.

Joseph Stabile, 21 of Fort Lee was charged with defiant trespass after his June 14 arrest on 16th Avenue by Police Officer Lawrence Kelly.

Nicholas Travis, 21 of Florham Park was charged with defiant trespass after his June 16 arrest on 16th Avenue by Police Officer Kevin Jones Jr.

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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