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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 January 1, 2018 to January 31, 2018.

BELMAR

Nora Campbell, 35, of Eatontown was charged with disorderly conduct after her January 9 arrest on 10th Avenue by Police Officer Anthony Steneck.

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David Lukens, 46, of Belmar was charged with disorderly conduct after his January 14 arrest on 16th Avenue by Police Officer Anthony Steneck.

James Mitchell, 56, of Wall was charged with contempt on an outstanding warrant after his January 14 arrest on Route 35 by Police Officer Philip Bohrman.

Andrew Newman, 29, of Wall was arrested on 12th Avenue on January 16 by Police Officer Lawrence Kelly, charged with contempt on an outstanding warrant.

David Pagella, 50, of Belmar was arrested on 12th Avenue on January 16 by Police Officer Lawrence Kelly, charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, open container in a motor vehicle and operating a motor vehicle while in possession of CDS.

Calvin Thompson, 24, of The Bronx was arrested on Route 35 on January 18 by Police Officer Anthony Steneck, charged with possession of marijuana and possession with the intent to use.

Stephen Stanzione, 55, of Hazlet was arrested on Main Street on January 18 by Detective Lt. Michael Campbell, charged with use or possession with intent to use and taking merchandise from a store with no intention to pay.

Ahlonzo Miller, 37, of Lake Como was arrested on 11th Avenue on January 19 by Police Officer Lawrence Kelly, charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession with intent to distribute and distribution within a school zone.

Desiree Demuro, 29, of Belmar was arrested on 13th Avenue on January 24 by Sgt. Ryan Nolan, charged with contempt on an outstanding warrant.

Steven Lavigne, 57, of Belmar was arrested on Route 71 on January 28 by Police Officer Timothy Yee, charged with simple assault and contempt on an outstanding warrant.

Nakee Davis, 18, of Asbury Park was charged with receiving stolen property after his January 30 arrest on Route 35 by Sgt. Todd Lee.

LAKE COMO

Kevin McHenry, 25, of East Brunswick was charged with criminal mischief, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after his January 1 arrest on 16th Avenue by Police Officer Corey Whitman.

Patrick O’Donnell, 26, of Flemington was arrested on 16th Avenue on January 1 by Police Officer Kevin Jones, charged with disorderly conduct and interference of business.

Mateusz Warchol, 21, of Toms River was arrested on 16th Avenue on January 1 by Special Officer Kevin Marron, charged with defiant trespass.

Alan Iglesias, 22, of White Plains, N.Y., was charged with defiant trespass after his January 1 arrest on 16th Avenue by Special Officer Joseph Vojtko.

Ibn Washington, 39, of Matawan was charged with disorderly conduct and threat or use of force against law enforcement after his January 12 arrest on 16th Avenue by Police Officer Philip Bohrman.

Elizabeth Locascio, 29, of Sea Girt was arrested on 22nd Avenue on January 27 by Police Officer Joseph Clayton, charged with criminal mischief.

Jordan Bishop, 29, of Middletown was arrested on 22nd Avenue on January 27 by Police Officer Anthony Steneck, charged with disorderly conduct.

 

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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