reported the following arrests and activity during the first half of August:
• On Aug. 2, Patrolman Christian Hostrup took a theft report from Surf Taxi out of Asbury Park. The driver reported that two juveniles ran after failing to pay their fare.
• Amanda Lipko, 22, of Rumson, was arrested on Aug. 3 and charged with obstructing the administration of law, by allegedly providing a false name while on a traffic stop.
Lipko was released pending court.
• Paula C. Konnor, 54, of Rumson, was arrested on Aug. 3, by Patrolman Dwayne Reevey and charged with driving while intoxicated after she allegedly left the scene of a motor vehicle accident (hit and run) at the Knights of Columbus at the corner of Third Street and Fair Haven Road.
Mrs. Konnor was released pending court.
• On Aug. 5, Cpl. Jeffrey Jarvis took a report of an attempted theft after a juvenile allegedly tried to steal a bike from the Krauzers parking lot until he was confronted by the clerk.
• On Aug. 8, Patrolman Dwayne Reevey took a report of criminal mischief from a Pine Cove Road resident who reported that unknown people vandalized the back yard pool area of his property.
• On Aug. 9, Sgt. Jesse Dykstra arrested Luke A. Vinci, 19, of Rumson, and charged him with being in contempt of court out of Red Bank. Vinci was then also allegedly found to be in possession of under 50 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. He was charged with those offenses, which are disorderly persons offenses.
Vinci posted bail and was released pending court.
• On Aug. 10, Patrolman Christian Hostrup took a theft report from a Pine Cove Road resident who reported that a flag and flag pole were taken from the property.
• On Aug. 14, Patrolman Koetzner took a report of criminal mischief from a Forest Avenue resident who reported that unknown actor(s) removed watermelons from their garden and smashed them.
• On Aug. 15, Special Officer Murray took a report of harassment From a Buena Vista Avenue resident. The resident reported that an unknown actor called several times using foul language and would just hang up.
• On Aug. 17, Patrolman Dwayne Reevey took a theft report from a Hendrickson Place resident. The resident reported that a bike was stolen from their yard overnight.