Wildwood police arrest report

WILDWOOD – The following are the adult arrests made by the City of Wildwood Police Department during the week of March 13-19, 2017:

“There were a total of 1,303 calls for service during this week, which is an average of 183 calls per day,” said Wildwood Police Chief Robert Regalbuto.

There were no juvenile arrests.

March 13:

Troy Lewis, 25, Cape May Court House, driving while intoxicated.

Amanda Larkin, 21, Villas, driving while intoxicated.

Wayne Buckowski, 61, warrant arrest.

Jose Herrera, 47, Vineland, driving while intoxicated.

Johnny Toyenst, 19, Cape May Court House, drug possession, under the influence.

March 14:

Vincent McFadden, 33, Philadelphia, service of warrant.

Miguel Torres, 28, Wildwood, warrant arrest.

Andrew Loiseau, 27, Wildwood, warrant arrest.

March 15:

Matthew Stein, 28, Rio Grande, marijuana possession.

Helen Lloyd, 40, Bridgeton, warrant arrest.

Christian Carty, 20, Del Haven, drug possession, under the influence.

Daniel Pressman, 21, Villas, drug possession, under the influence.

March 16:

Jeffrey Cash, 33, Vineland, warrant arrest.

Stephen Cooper, 19, Green Creek, drug distribution.

March 17:

Dereka Ennis, 35, Wildwood, warrant arrest.

Thomas Martin, 43, Villas, warrant arrest.

William Atkinson, 32, Wildwood, drug paraphernalia.

Sean Devine, 56, Wildwood, warrant arrest.

Eric Garrabrant, 45, Wildwood, warrant arrest.

March 18:

Shariff Wilson, 36, Wildwood, warrant arrest.

Amanda Alexander, 22, Cape May Court House, disorderly conduct.

Herbert Tozer, 29, Wildwood, warrant arrest.

Charles Reinoehl, 44, Green Creek, warrant arrest.

Matthew Adkins, 41, Wildwood, warrant arrest.

March 19:

Ronda Saunders, 52, Wildwood, warrant arrest.

Ashley Little, 30, Rio Grande, warrant arrest.

Matthew Howell, 28, Cape May Court House, warrant arrest.

Kyle Kileen, 18, North Wildwood, disorderly conduct.

Abimael Curbelo-Lugo, 24, Wildwood, drug possession, under the influence.

The above-named individuals are only charged with the offenses mentioned and are presumed innocent unless proven guilty.