Absecon Police Briefs – Edition of Nov. 22

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Suspicious vehicle leads to warrant arrest

Kyrie L. Johnson, 20, of Atlantic City was arrested by Absecon police Oct. 22 and charged with hindering apprehension and with having outstanding warrants after residents notified them of a suspicious vehicle on Beach Drive.

Police said Johnson, one of the occupants, provided false information, and police determined he was wanted on two warrants out of Atlantic City. Bail was set at $1.600.

Three jailed on CDS charges

Three people were arrested Oct. 25 and charged with possession of controlled dangerous substances and with intent to distribute, according to Absecon police.

Clifford S. Bozzelli Jr., 22, of Absecon; Glenn S. Overs, 24, of Egg Harbor City; and Rosalita V. Parker, 23, of Little Egg Harbor Township were arrested after police were notified of a suspicious person on Woodland Avenue. Bail was set at $20,000 for Bozzelli and Parker and $2,000 with a 10 percent option for Overs. All three were unable to post bail and lodged at the Gerard L. Gormley Justice Facility in Mays Landing.

Brothers charged with neglect of elderly

Two brothers were arrested Oct. 25 and charged with neglect of the elderly, according to the Absecon Police.

Kyle R. Marak, 24, and Morgan J. Marak, 22, both of Absecon, were lodged at the Gerard L. Gormley Justice Faciliy in Mays Landing on $500 bail.

Motor vehicle stop leads to paraphernalia arrest

Amanda L. Swain, 23, of Egg Harbor Township was arrested Oct. 26 and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and motor vehicle violations after the vehicle she was driving was stopped by Absecon police on Absecon Boulevard. She was processed and released.

Driver charged with DWI

Ariel R. Leitz, 22, of Galloway Township was arrested Oct. 27 and charged with several offenses after she was stopped by Absecon police at the Burger King on the White Horse Pike.

She was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving while intoxicated and other motor vehicle violations. She was processed and released.

Man faces assault charges

Thomas J. Dwyer, 51, of Absecon was arrested Oct. 27 and charged with assault after Absecon police officers responded to a report of an assault complaint on Eighth Street. Dywer was unable to post $2,500 bail and was lodged at the Gerard L. Gormley Justice Facility in Mays landing.

Woman jailed after shoplifting, drugs arrest

Absecon police responded Oct. 28 to the Absecon Shop-Rite located on the White Horse Pike for a shoplifting complaint. During the investigation the police arrested Christine A. Lampe, 28, of Galloway Township and charged her with possession of a controlled dangerous substance. She was lodged at the Gerard L. Gormley Justice Facility in Mays Landing on $8.500 cash bail.

Suspect unable to run, hide from the law

Absecon police arrested a Galloway man Nov. 6, four days after he had bolted from his car and escaped from a Nov. 2 motor vehicle stop in the city.

Richard R. Giannetta, 34, of Galloway was charged with resisting arrest and on outstanding active warrants for his arrest, police said. He was also charged with several motor vehicle offenses.

Police said Giannetta ran from the stop because he was aware of the warrants.

Giannetta was lodged in the Gerard L. Gormley Justice Facility in Mays Landing on $2.500 bail.

Man tries to do more by paying nothing

Even though the Home Depot chain of home improvement stores has created an adverting campaign based on doing more but paying less, a Philadelphia man apparently wanted to pay even less than that.

Salvatore D. Piccolo, 61, was arrested Nov. 7 and charged with shoplifting.

He was processed and released.

All persons charged are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.


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