Pleasantville Police Blotter, Edition of April 12, 2012

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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.

Natalia Monsalve, 26, of Atlantic City was arrested April 5 by acting Sgt. Vaughn Howze and charged with shoplifting.

Raheem Leroy Bonds, 26, of Pleasantville was arrested April 5 by Ptl. Edward Cressey Jr. and charged with aggravated assault.

Vonceana R. Reeves, 44, of Mays Landing was arrested April 5 by acting Sgt. Vaughn Howze and charged with shoplifting and driving while license suspended.

Vashon M. Davis, 23, of Pleasantville was arrested April 6 by Ptl. Kamen Potts and charged with obstruction of justice and possession of marijuana under 50 grams.

Leo J. Wapelhorst, 74, of Egg Harbor Township was arrested April 6 by Ptl. Antonio Guercioni and charged with contempt of court.

Joshua A. Jenkins, 21, of Pleasantville was arrested April 6 by Ptl. Kamen Potts and charged with resisting arrest and not wearing required a safety belt.

Ana K. Morales-Wallace, 21, of Pleasantville was arrested April 7 by Ptl. Kamen Potts and charged with criminal mischief.

Everardo Diaz-Guillermo, 24, of Pleasantville was arrested April 8 by Ptl. Robert D’Arcangelo and charged with criminal mischief.

Violeta Hernandez, 35, of Pleasantville was arrested April 9 by Ptl. Brandon Stocks and charged with having an unregistered vehicle.

Rebecca Denise Mace, 52, of Pleasantville was arrested April 8 by Ptl. Andre Graves and charged with violation of a court order.

Jackie O. Smith, 26, of Pleasantville was arrested April 11 by Ptl. Michael Gazo and charged with contempt of court.

Angel Daniel Sierra Robles, 32, of Pleasantville was arrested April 11 by Ptl. Norman Dennis and charged with burglary and contempt of court.

Cornelius S. Fields, 34, of Pleasantville was arrested April 11 by acting Sgt. Vaughn Howze and charged with resisting arrest, possession of cocaine/heroin, being an unlicensed driver and receiving stolen property.

 

Crime Stoppers of Atlantic County offers rewards of up to $2,000 for help in solving crimes. Callers need not reveal their identity to collect a reward. To submit a tip call Crime Stoppers at (609) 652-1234, (800) 658-TIPS (8477) or see www.crimestoppersatlantic.com.

 


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