Galloway Police Blotter, Edition of Nov. 15, 2012

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Jack Webb as Sgt. Joe Friday Jack Webb as Sgt. Joe Friday

Police Blotter information is supplied by local police departments and other law enforcement agencies. All persons named are presumed innocent unless proven guilty.

During the week Oct. 29-Nov. 4 Galloway police answered 799 calls. Officers made a total of 12 arrests and issued 44 traffic summonses, including one charge of driving while intoxicated. Officers responded to 15 motor vehicle accidents, 14 domestic complaints, 39 medical assists and 31 fire calls.

Justino Roman Jr., 22, of Howell was arrested Nov. 2 by Ptl. Raymond Glick and charged with driving while intoxicated. He was released on a summons.

Storm Report

The beginning of the week saw Hurricane Sandy impact the township. As a result of Sandy, officers handled substantially more calls for alarms, roadway debris and other hazards caused by the inclement weather during and after the storm.

Burglary Report

Burglaries were reported at buildings Oct. 30 on East Fisher Creek Road and Nov. 1 on Pheasant Meadow Drive.

Sheriff’s Report

Michael J. Benjamin, 46, of Galloway was arrested Oct. 12 by Sheriff’s Officer Joseph Temme on a Superior Court bench warrant and a municipal warrant issued by Ventnor.      

Joseph Higgins, 43, of Galloway was arrested Oct. 18 by Detectives Jeffery Newman and Jeffrey Takotey and Sheriff’s Officer Michael Ledden for nonsupport and on a municipal warrant issued by Atlantic City.

Cale Waddell, 27, of Galloway was arrested Oct. 18 by Detective Jeffery Newman, and Sheriff’s Officers Frank Lupperger and Jason Sheets on a Superior Court bench warrant.

Frank Ulloa, 24, of Galloway was arrested Oct. 22 by Sheriff’s Officer Jacob Feinberg on a warrant charging nonsupport.

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