Hamilton Township and Egg Harbor City Police Blotter – Edition of May 20, 2010

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

Hamilton Township

David Lamb, 18, of Egg Harbor Township was arrested March 26 by Officer William McElrea and charged with theft from a building.
Wendell Blunt Jr., 31, of Mays Landing was arrested March 27 and charged with driving while under the influence.
Kenneth Gray, 22, of Pleasantville was arrested March 27 by Officer Theodore DeSantis and charged with burglary by entering a structure, simple assault causing bodily injury, criminal mischief with damage, receiving stolen property, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, unlawful possession of handgun, manufacturing/distribution of marijuana less than 1 ounce/hash less than 5 grams,  possession of schedule I-IV, possession of marijuana less than 50 grams, making terroristic threats and criminal trespass.
Alana Howard, 52, of Mays Landing was arrested March 27 by Officer James Esposito and charged with driving while under the influence.
Colleen Linda, 47, of Dorothy was arrested March 27 by Officer William McElrea and charged with shoplifting.
Brittni Slotterback, 18, of Mays Landing was arrested March 27 by Officer Peter Burns and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and underage consumption of an alcoholic beverage.
Bettina Hansen, 43, of Villas in Lower Township was arrested March 28 by Officer Donald Bucci and charged with driving while under the influence.
Santos Romero-Galeano, 51, of Absecon was arrested March 28 and charged with driving while under the influence.
Johnathan Baker, 26, of Mays Landing was arrested March 30 by Officer Theodore DeSantis and charged with harassment through anonymous communication.
Seiji Jakos, 31, of Mays Landing was arrested March 30 by Officer Peter Burns and charged with simple assault causing bodily injury.
Morgan Neilio, 24, of Pittsgrove, Salem County was arrested March 30 by Officer Natasha Alvarado and charged with simple assault causing bodily injury.
Gabrielle Dewolfe, 18, of Absecon was arrested March 31 by Officer Gerhard Thoresen and charged with shoplifting.

Sheriff’s Report

Dashera Harper, 26, of Atlantic City was arrested April 26 in Atlantic City by Sheriff’s Officer Thomas Wild on a narcotics and shoplifting bench warrant and municipal warrants issued by Egg Harbor Township and Hamilton Township.
Jose Quinones, 31, of Mays Landing, was arrested April 26 in Atlantic City by Sheriff’s Officer Samantha Guercioni on nonsupport.
Stacey Kim Harmon, 36, of Millville was arrested April 30 in Mays Landing by Sheriff’s Officer David Nguyen on nonsupport and municipal warrants issued by Millville.
Michael Coppolino, 35, of Middlesex was arrested May 3 in Mays Landing by Sheriff’s Officer Eric Corry on a narcotics bench warrant.
Stephanie Nesmith, 28, of Egg Harbor City was arrested May 4 in Egg Harbor City by Detectives Jonathan Nieves and Jeffery Newman on nonsupport.
Stanley Branch, 26, of Atlantic City was arrested May 5 in Atlantic City by Detectives Jeffery Newman and Steven Hillesheim on nonsupport and a municipal warrant issued by Hamilton Township.
Ricky L. Thomas, 31, of Cape May Courthouse was arrested May 9 in Mays Landing by Sheriff’s Officer Joseph Kleinow and Sheriff’s Officer Matthew Poupard on a receiving stolen property bench warrant.
Louis W. Parks, 61, of Mays Landing was arrested May 12 in Mays Landing by Detectives Jonathan Nieves and Jeffery Newman on nonsupport.
Jessica Wolfe, 26, of Mays Landing was arrested May 12 in Mays Landing by Detectives Jeffery Newman and Jonathan Nieves on a narcotics bench warrant.

Juvenile Report
An 18-year-old from Mays Landing was charged with possession of heroin on Sept. 4 2009 after being found in possession of a large quantity of heroin at Oakcrest High School. The juvenile was placed on probation on until May 2011 and ordered to receive substance abuse evaluation, comply with any recommendations, pay a $1,000 fine, perform 100 hours of community service, submit to DNA typing and pay other fines.
A 14-year-old from Mays Landing was charged with conspiracy to possess Xanax on Jan. 29 after the juvenile and another individual agreed to possess Xanax at the Yale School in Northfield. The juvenile was placed on probation until November and ordered to receive a substance abuse evaluation and comply with any recommendations, perform 100 hours of community service, submit to DNA typing and pay other fines.
Crime Stoppers of Atlantic County offers cash rewards of up to $2,000 for help in solving a crime. Callers can remain anonymous and still collect a reward. To submit a tip, call (609) 652-1234, (800) 658-TIPS (8477) or visit www.crimestoppersatlantic.com.

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