Two 19-year olds and one 20-year old are accused of drug offenses.
- POLICE & FIRE
Sunday, January 20
Updated with details from the Middletown Township Police Dept. on Jan. 21, 2013. Three young adults from Middletown are facing indictable charges of possessing and dealing heroin, along with other related offenses. Brianna Geerlof, 19 and Joshua Floyd, 19, both of Center Avenue in Belford; and Nicholas J. Muscenti, 20, of Hamilton Ave. in Leonardo were arrested by Middletown Police on Jan. 17. Police executing a search warrant said they found 43 bags of heroin at Geerlof and Floyd's Belford home on the day of the arrest. Geerlof was arrested with possession of heroin, possession of drugs not obtained by prescription, possession of imitation heroin, and having wax papers, needles and syringes at her house. She was released on bail set by …
Prior to St. Patrick's Day flurry of police activity, arrests for drugs, arson and car burglaries
- POLICE & FIRE
Saturday, March 19, 2011
In the three days prior to St. Patrick’s Day, Middletown police had a major drug bust, an arson and juvenile car burglaries … On March 16, at 3:00 p.m., Patrolman Adam Vendetti and Patrolman Albert Scott responded to a residence on Harmony Road in reference to a report of a subject who had allegedly set the residence on fire. Upon arrival the officers found smoke coming from the residence and a fire in a bedroom. The investigation conducted by the officers, along with Middletown Police Detective Peter White and members of the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, the Middletown Fire Marshall’s Office, and the Monmouth County Fire Marshall’s Office, determined that the resident, Christopher Bossick, 31, had purposely set the house on fire …