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Middletown Police Blotter: July 2-6

Drug arrests, failure to register under Meghan's Law, DWI and criminal mischief. Names of arrested parties and charges released by police Friday.

Christopher Newrock, 23, of Evergreen Terrace in Middletown has been arrested once again by Middletown Police. 

On July 5, police charged Newrock at a residence on Evergreen Terrace on a contempt of court warrant, and also charged him with possession of cocaine, bath salts, drug paraphernalia, disorderly conduct and terroristic threats as a result of the warrent execution. The arrest was made by the Middletown Police Detective Bureau and Quality of Life Unit. 

Newrock was being held on $81,000 bail with no 10% option set by Judge James Berube. He was being held at the Monmouth County Correctional Facility in Freehold, NJ.

On May 26, Newrock was arrested and charged with resisting arrest under the influence of crack. On Feb 13, he was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and criminal trespass. On March 7, he was charged with fraudulent use of a credit card and conspiracy.

Other Middletown Police Arrests:

Information as released by the Middletown Police Dept. An arrest does not indicate a conviction. Unless noted, all persons were released pending a court date. 

A 17-year old female juvenile from Navesink, NJ, was arrested by Ptl. Richard Belmonte and charged with shoplifting from Shoprite on July 2. 

Angelique Moure, 19, of Valley Drive in Atlantic Highlands, was arrested by Ptl. Antonio Ciccone and charged with shoplifting from Shoprite on July 2. 

Tyler Yakow, 19, of Monroe Street in Red Bank, was arrested by Ptl. Ryan Riffert and charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and possession of alcohol by a minor on on July 3. 

Robert Mackie, 20, of Paul Place in Port Monmouth was arrested by Ptl. Stephen Greenwood on July 4 and charged with obstructing the administration of law. 

Ronald Shopp, 25, of Elm Avenue in Belford, was arrested by Ptl. James Beirne on July 4, 2012 and charged with unlawful possession of Roxicodone and possession of drug paraphernalia. 

Jake McIlraith, 19, of Hudson Avenue in Middletown, was arrested  by Ptl. Stephen Greenwood on July 4 and charged with obstructing the administration of law. 

Dylan Bulinsky, 20, of Oregon Avenue in Middletown, was arrested by Ptl. Anthony Bumbico on July 4 on a contempt of court warrant issued by the Middletown Municipal Court. He was held on $1,000 bail.

Paul O’Neill, 48, of West Front Street in Red Bank was arrested by Det. Laurence Schachtelon on July 2, 2012 and charged with failing to register as required by Megan’s Law. 

George McNulty, 42, of Southend Avenue in Middletown, was arrested on July 2 by Ptl. Adam Colfer and charged with disorderly conduct. 

Stephen Parco, 25, of Moak Drive in Hazlet was arrested by Ptl. Keith Hirschbein on July 2 and charged with a violation of parole warrant. He was being held at the Monmouth County Correctional Facility in Freehold, NJ.

Steven Mara, 22, of Libby Place in Middletown was arrested on July 4 by Sgt. Paul Bailey and charged with driving while intoxicated. 

Giacomo Abrusci, 32, of Jean Court in Old Bridge was arrested on July 4 by Cpl. James Keenan and charged with obstructing an investigation. 

Brian Crosby, 19, of Hollie Drive East in Belford was arrested on July 4 by Ptl. Frank Mazza on a contempt of court warrant issued by the Middletown Municipal Court. He was released after posting $1,000 bail.

Kimberly Newins, age 54, from Michigan Avenue in Hazlet was arrested on July 5 by Cpl. James Keenan and charged with criminal mischief. 

Herman Williams, age 27, from Fourth Avenue in Long Branch was arrested on July 6 by Ptl. Adam Colfer on a contempt of court warrant issued by the Middletown Municipal Court. He was held on $1,000 bail.

 

 

 

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