Daily Archives: December 13, 2011

Crime Scene Middletown: Joy Riding 15 Yr. Old Charged With DWI,Reckless Driving, Criminal Mischief, Resisting Arrest and Eluding

Written by Middletown Township Police Department
Tuesday, 13 December 2011 -Arrests do not indicate convictions

On December 9, 2011 Sergeant Paul Bailey arrested a 15 year old male juvenile from Keyport, NJ, for Driving While Intoxicated, Reckless Driving, Criminal Mischief, Resisting Arrest, Unlawful Taking of a Means of Conveyance, Eluding and Assault on a Police Officer. He was being held at the Middlesex County Juvenile Detention Center.

Thomas Florczak, age 48, from Newman Springs Road in Lincroft, NJ, arrested on December 10, 2011 by Patrolman Albert Scott for Simple Assault. He was held on $1,000.00 bail with a 10 % option set by Judge Richard Thompson.

Misty Lee, age 35, from Newman Springs Road in Lincroft, NJ, arrested on December 10, 2011 by Patrolman Albert Scott for Simple Assault. She was held on $1,000.00 bail with a 10 % option set by Judge Richard Thompson.

Lacy Larhonda, age 32, from County Road in Cliffwood, NJ, arrested on December 10, 2011 by Patrolman Adam Colfer for Shoplifting from the Sears Store. She was released pending a court date.

Paul Strack, age 53, from Wall Street in Red Bank, NJ, arrested on December 10, 2011 by Patrolman Albert Scott for Disorderly Conduct. He was released pending a court date.

Joseph Prunyi, age 56, from Palmer Avenue in Middletown, NJ, arrested by Lieutenant John Kaiser on a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Shrewsbury Municipal Court. He was released after posting $114.00 bail.

Danielle Scotto, age 18, from Michael Drive in Middletown, NJ, arrested on December 10, 2011 by Corporal Thomas Meckier for Disorderly Conduct and Obstructing the Administration of Law. She was released pending a court date.

Shane Kolb, age 30, from Highway 36 in Middletown, NJ, arrested on December 10, 2011 by Patrolman Stephen Keller on a Parole Violation warrant issued by the Monmouth County Superior Court and a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Sayreville Municipal Court. He was being held at the Monmouth County Correctional facility in Freehold, NJ.

Mark Vitollo, age 18, from Appleton Avenue in Leonardo, NJ, arrested on December 9, 2011 by Corporal James Keenan for Disorderly Conduct and Obstructing an Investigation. He was released pending a court date.

Cliff Carpenella,, age 22, from Central Avenue in Highlands, NJ, arrested on December 9, 2011 by Patrolman Brian Dilworth on a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Municipal Court. He was released after posting $1,500.00 bail.

Diane Farrell, age 38, from Manor Parkway in Lincroft, NJ, arrested on December 9, 2011 by Patrolman Janine Kennedy on a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Middletown Municipal Court. She was released after posting $250.00 bail.

Nicole Kane, age 29, from Crescent Street in Keansburg, NJ, arrested on December 9, 2011 by Patrolman Stephen Keller for Shoplifting from the Party City Store and on a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Holmdel Municipal Court. She was held on $1,000.00 bail.

Daniel Dalessio, age 24, from Castle Drive in Middletown, NJ, arrested on December 9, 2011 by Patrolman Stephen Keller on a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Red Bank Municipal Court. He was released after posting $81.00 bail.

Paul O’Neill, age 47, from Highway 35 in Eatontown, NJ, arrested on December 9, 2011 by Patrolman Joseph Ahlemeyer on Contempt of Court warrants issued by the Westville and Plumstead Municipal Courts. He was held on $775.00 bail.

Michael Durnin, age 43, from Port Monmouth Road in Keansburg, NJ, arrested on December 10, 2011 by Patrolman Michael Reuter on a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Middletown Municipal Court. He was held on $1,000.00 bail.

William Statham, age 28, from Williams Avenue in Tinton Falls, NJ, arrested on December 10, 2011 by Corporal Patricia Colangelo for Driving While Intoxicated, Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. He was released pending a court date.

Kevin Finnegan, age 51, from Seabreeze Way in Keansburg, NJ, arrested on December 12, 2011 by Patrolman Robert McNair for Possession of under 50 Grams of Marijuana. He was released pending a court date.

Kelli Dalton, age 28, from Navesink Avenue in Highlands, NJ, arrested on December 12, 2011 Patrolman Charles Higgins on Contempt of Court warrants issued by the Robbinsville and Union Beach Municipal Courts. She was held on $630.00 bail.

Clara Yarborough, age 56, from Bugle Way in Tinton Falls, NJ, arrested on December 12, 2011 by Patrolman Anthony Gigante on a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Middletown Municipal Court. She was released after posting $250.00 bail.

Elaine Marsillo, age 51, from Carolina Avenue in Port Monmouth, NJ, arrested on December 12, 2011 by Patrolman Keith Hirschbein on a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Brick Municipal Court. She was held on $1,000.00 bail.

Shannon Lecomte, age 28, from Navesink Avenue in Middletown, NJ, arrested on December 12, 2011 by Patrolman Richard Belmonte on a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Keansburg Municipal Court. He was held on $1,180.00 bail.

Cazo Stankovic, age 26, from Regina Drive in Howell, NJ, arrested on December 12, 2011 by Patrolman Richard Belmonte on a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Aberdeen Municipal Court. He was released after posting $250.00 bail.

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Countless Web Companies And Advocacy Groups Gear Up To Kill The Stop Online Piracy Act This Week

For Immediate Release:

Contacts:
David Segal, David@DemandProgress.org and (401) 499-5991
David Moon, Moon@DemandProgress.org and (202) 427-7966

Aim to drive hundreds of thousands of constituent contacts to Congress before House vote on SOPA; Encourage the whole web to take part

Washington, DC — More than 70 tech firms from across the web and advocacy groups from across the political spectrum asking urging their users and members to contact Congress and urge members to oppose the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA). SOPA is scheduled for a vote in the House Judiciary Committee this Thursday at 10AM.

Internet users can contact Congress by visiting AmericanCensorship.org. To give Americans a sense of what the Internet would be like if SOPA passes, any Internet user can use a tool there to “censor” parts of their emails and posts to Twitter, Facebook, blogs, or other websites. To ‘uncensor’ the post, their friends and readers must visit AmericanCensorship.org and contact their own members of Congress. Here’s a sample ‘censored’ post.


To underscore the negative impact SOPA would have on economic growth and innovation, people who are employed by web-related companies — and people who earn income blogging, selling items online, or otherwise make a living by using the Internet — are encouraged to post photos of themselves to IWorkForTheInternet.org. Just a few hours after the site’s launch last evening, more than 1,000 people had done so.

SOPA would kill tech jobs and stifle innovation, undermine cybersecurity, censor the Internet in America, and give comfort to foreign regimes that seek to censor the Internet in order to undermine political speech and dissent. If it passes, social networking sites would need to police their users’ content more aggressively, sites would be shut down with negligible due process, and people could be jailed for posting copyrighted content (like background music and karaoke videos). This New York Times op-ed serves as a good primer on the bill’s failings.

According to Demand Progress executive director David Segal, “This week is do or die: If SOPA passes through committee, House leadership can call for a full vote at any time. But if we can beat it this week, there’s a good chance it’ll be gone for good. Anybody who cherishes a free, secure Internet — and the economic development and benefit to our democracy that come with it — needs to call Congress right away.”

Participating sites include Tumblr, Reddit, Mozilla, Union Square Ventures, Fight for the Future, Demand Progress, Public Knowledge, MoveOn, Free Press, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Wikimedia, the Free Software Foundation, the Center for Democracy and Technology, and dozens of others. They include the groups that drove more than two million contacts to Congress through last month’s “American Censorship Day” effort, and many more.


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