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Franklin Township Weekly Police Blotter

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Post Date: 05/10/2017 5:00 PM

Weekly Police Blotter:  05/03/2017-05/09/2017

05/03/2017

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Arrest:  Carlos M. Degoias, 53, of Somerset, NJ was arrested on an outstanding warrant out of Franklin Township, NJ.  Degoias was lodges at the Somerset County Jail pending bail.  “NOTE: We are required by the Rules of Court to include herein a statement explaining that the charges are merely an accusation and that the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.”

05/04/2017

Arrest:  Mark S. Dorr, 65, of Manchester, NJ was taken into custody at the Ocean County Jail and arrested on a $250 outstanding warrant out of Franklin Township, NJ.  Dorr was lodges at the Somerset County Jail in lieu of bail.  “NOTE: We are required by the Rules of Court to include herein a statement explaining that the charges are merely an accusation and that the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.”

Burglary/Theft:  An Englishtown, NJ resident reported that during the overnight hours, an unknown suspect burglarized a vehicle by smashing the rear window ($100) of a vehicle and stealing Meinl drum cymbals ($200).  The vehicle was parked on Hamilton Street.

Arrest:  Dean G. Pollack, 31, of New Egypt, NJ was taken into custody at the Ocean County Jail on a $2500 outstanding warrant out of Franklin Township, NJ and numerous other outstanding warrants out of Mount Laurel (NJ), Sayreville (NJ), Old Bridge Township (NJ), Robbinsville (NJ) and New Hanover (NJ).  Pollack was lodges at the Somerset County Jail in lieu of bail.  “NOTE: We are required by the Rules of Court to include herein a statement explaining that the charges are merely an accusation and that the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.”

Theft:  A Crabapple Lane resident reported that during the evening hours, an unknown suspect stole $176 that was left on the counter by a customer at a Business on Route 27.

05/05/2017

Shoplifting:  A Business on Route 27 reported that during the morning hours, an unknown suspect entered a store and stole three (3) packs of cigarettes ($26.40) from the back of the counter and fled.

Stolen Vehicle:  A Crabapple Lane resident reported that during the evening hours, an unknown suspect stole a trailer ($2800) that was parked in a parking lot. 

Burglary/Theft:  A North Brunswick, NJ resident reported that sometime during the day, an unknown suspect burglarized a vehicle a wallet ($30) containing numerous credit/debit cards, a $150 Kohl’s gift card and $25 in US Currency.

05/06/2017

Burglary/Theft/Criminal Mischief:  A Monmouth Junction, NJ resident reported that sometime in the morning hours, an unknown suspect burglarized a vehicle at a Business on Route 27 by smashing the passenger side window ($400) of the vehicle and stealing a Michael Kors Purse ($120) containing $60 in US Currency, Identification Documents, Cosmetics ($60) and Keys ($10).

05/08/2017

Arrest: Wallis A. Marte-Tolentino, 29, of New Brunswick, NJ was arrested for DUI/DWI subsequent to a motor vehicle accident and released from custody.

Arrest:  Jhonatan R. Almonte-Hernandez, 31, of Somerset, NJ was arrested for DUI/DWI subsequent to a motor vehicle accident and released from custody.

05/09/2017

Thomas E. Taylor, 38, of New Brunswick, NJ was taken into custody at the Rutgers Police Department and arrested on a $2500 outstanding warrant out of Franklin Township, NJ.  Taylor was lodged at the Somerset County Jail in lieu of bail.

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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