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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 March 1, 2018 to March 31, 2018.

BELMAR

Todd Ewart, 36, of Neptune was charged with contempt on an outstanding warrant after his arrest on March 1 on 11th Avenue by Police Officer Anthony Steneck.

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Misael Pacheca, 46, of Belmar was arrested on 10th Avenue on March 3 by Police Officer Nichole Hawkins, charged with contempt on an outstanding warrant.

Alto Lee Steward, 66, of Cleveland was arrested on 10th Avenue on March 4 by Police Officer Corey Whitman, charged with contempt on an outstanding warrant.

Darryl Stormer, 34, of Cleveland was charged with contempt on an outstanding warrant after his arrest on March 4 on 16th Avenue by Special Officer Edwin Ramos.

Brian Palmieri, 31, of Jackson was arrested at Belmar Plaza on March 4 by Special Officer Joseph Vojtko, charged with disorderly conduct.

Paul Merker, 48, of Highlands was arrested on 11th Avenue on March 4 by Special Officer Matthew Edwards, charged with disorderly conduct.

Joseph Corriere, 25, of Howell, was arrested on 15th Avenue on March 4 by Special Officer Kevin Marron, charged with disorderly conduct.

Darlene Hall, 46, of Belmar was arrested on Route 35 on March 13 by Police Officer Erik Lieb, charged with disorderly conduct and interference of business.

Jessica McBride, 20, of Belmar was charged with contempt on an outstanding warrant after her arrest on March 13 on Route 35 by Police Officer Nichole Hawkins.

Alysse Anderson, 24, of Newark was charged with contempt on an outstanding warrant after her arrest on March 14 on 16th Avenue by Special Officer Kevin Marron.

Devin Coppola, 25, of Sayreville was arrested on Route 35 on March 15 by Police Officer Timothy Lee, charged with contempt on an outstanding warrant.

Katie Dinardo, 30, of Spring Lake Heights was arrested at Route 35 on March 15 by Detective Lt. Michael Campbell, charged with use or possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to use and obstruction.

Anthony Harden, 48, of Brooklyn was arrested on Ninth Avenue on March 18 by Police Officer Patrick McGill, charged with obstruction.

Todd Ewart, 36, of Neptune was charged with contempt on an outstanding warrant after his arrest on March 23 on 12th Avenue by Police Officer Nichole Hawkins.

Mark Lawrence, 54, of Lake Como was arrested on Main Street on March 23 by Police Officer Timothy Lee, charged with shoplifting.

John Negra, 20, of Brielle was arrested on Main Street on March 24 by Sgt. Gregory Desserich, charged with criminal mischief with damage.

Carl Burke, 62, of the West Allenhurst section of Ocean Township was arrested at the Belmar Train Station on March 24 by Police Officer Corey Whitman, charged with disorderly conduct and interference of business.

Darlene Hall, 46, of Belmar was arrested on Route 35 on March 25 by Police Officer Corey Whitman, charged with contempt on an outstanding warrant and interference of business.

Tobias Johnson, 33, of Asbury Park arrested on A Street on March 30 by Sgt. Ryan Nolan, charged with contempt on an outstanding warrant.

Michelle Turner, 36, of Asbury Park arrested on A Street on March 30 by Police Officer Patrick McGill, charged with contempt on an outstanding warrant.

Lonnie Fischer, 45, of Morrisville, Pa., was arrested on Eighth Avenue on March 31 by Police Officer Michael Allen, charged with mischief with damage and defiant trespass.

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Victoria DeFrank, 22, of Fairfield was arrested on 16th Avenue on March 4 by Police Officer Philip Bohrman, charged with defiant trespass and interference of business.

Joseph Palmer, 23, of Belmar was arrested on 16th Avenue on March 4 by Special Officer Matthew Edwards, charged with disorderly conduct.

Megan Oxley, 21, of the Lincroft section of Middletown was arrested on 16th Avenue on March 4 by Special Officer Matthew Edwards, charged with disorderly conduct.

Justin Bell, 24, of Newark was arrested on 16th Avenue on March 6 by Police Officer Kevin Jones, charged with defiant trespass and interference of business.

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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