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Bilal Moosa Khan, 28, of Ventnor was arrested Jan. 6 by Special Officer Class II Justin W. Karstens and charged with contempt.
Hoang M. Nguyen, 19, of Atlantic City was arrested Jan. 7 by Officer Domenic Cappella and charged with failure to appear and possession of a controlled dangerous substance.
Crystal M. Paul, 23, of Hamilton, Mercer County, was arrested Jan. 11 by Officer Bryan Gaviria and charged with driving while intoxicated, failure to inspect and following an automobile too closely.
Adam E. Boynes, 34, of Ventnor was arrested Jan. 13 by Officer Ryan Kov and charged with failure to appear, failure to pay fines and possession of marijuana under 50 grams.
Patricia D. McGowan, 47, of Cherry Hill was arrested Jan. 14 by Officer David Gaeckle and charged with credit card theft.
Tyler P. Bowen, 19, of Margate was arrested Jan. 16 by Officer David Gaeckle and charged with burglary.
Tracy L. Zisa, 43, of Ventnor was arrested Jan. 17 by Officer Robert Thomas and charged with simple assault.
Tywan M. Dixon, 20, of Pleasantville was arrested Jan. 17 by Lt. Joseph Fussner and charged with failure to appear and hindering.
Nathan J. Pagano, 30, of Folsom was arrested Jan. 17 by Officer David Gaeckle and charged shoplifting, resisting arrest and obstruction. Officer Ryan Kov charged him with possession of drug paraphernalia.
Jacklyn A. Chalmers, 30, of Ventnor was arrested Jan. 17 by Officer Robert Mooney and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. Officer Ryan Kov charged her with theft. On Jan. 18, Officer David Gaeckle charged her with shoplifting.
Larry L. Spangler Jr., 25, of Ventnor was arrested Jan. 20 by Sgt. Frank O’Neill and charged with shoplifting.
Dena M. Graff, 38, of Ventnor was arrested Jan. 21 by Officer Jaime Pirchio and charged with aggravated assault.
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