FH Police Beat: Theft, Burglary, DWI

Miss anything in October? Check it out in the police blotter, provided by Detective Stephen Schneider, below.

The following information was obtained directly from from the Fair Haven Police Department. It does not indicate convictions ...

• Detective Stephen Schneider signed complaints against on Oct. 1 after charging him with burglary, theft and credit card theft stemming from a reported Aug. 28 incident on Poplar Avenue. Monroe was remanded to the custody of the Monmouth County Correctional Institution, Freehold. 

Bail was set at $30,000, with no 10 percent option.

• Patrolman Lagrotteria and Special Officer Murray responded to a Fair Haven Road address on Oct. 13 and arrested an intoxicated juvenile. The juvenile was released to a family guardian.

• Patrolman Lagrotteria, Special Officer Murray and Detective Stephen Schneider responded to a Second Street address on Oct. 14 in response to a report of a house burglary. The victims alleged that $4,000 worth of merchandise was stolen.

Detective Schneider is investigating.

• Patrolmen Patton and Hostrup responded to a River Road address on Oct. 15 in response to a report of the alleged theft of a lawn sign.

• Special Officer Stenger on Oct. 19 arrested Diana L. Coyne, 59, of Little Silver, and charged her with driving while intoxicated following a motor vehicle stop.

She was released pending a court date.  Sgt. Jesse Dykstra and officer John Waltz assisted.

• Patrolman Dwayne Reevey and Detective Stephen Schneider on Oct. 19 responded to a Fairwaters Lane address in response to a report of an alleged burglary to a shed.  The value of the items allegedly stolen was reported at $15,000.  Detective Schneider is investigating.

• Detective Stephen Schneider arrested on Oct. 25 John J. Matteucci III, 24, of Middletown, and charged him with burglary and theft in connection with the previous report of theft of $15,000 in merchandise from a Fairwaters Lane shed. 

Matteucci was remanded to Monmouth County Correctional Institution on $25,000 bail, with no 10 percent option.

• Sgt. Jesse Dykstra, Patrolman Lagrotteria and Special Officer Murray on Oct. 30 responded to a River Road business in response to a report of an attempted burglary.


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