Police Dept Archives

Press Release Archive 2009


October 12 2:16 am

While on routine patrol doing a business check, police found the side door of Empire

Pizza on Rt. 130 showed signs of forced entry. Entering the business police found no one

on location. Upon arrival of the business owner it was discovered that approximately

$150.00 to $180.00 dollars was missing from the cash register. Detective Shaun Lafferty

processed the scene for evidence before the owner secured his business.

Oct. 21 1:52 pm

The manager of Park St. Condos called police to report a vehicle on private property that

did not belong there. Police upon arrival looked up information on the owner and found

that this vehicle had been reported stolen out of Trenton. Trenton Police were contacted

and requested the vehicle be impounded at a local towing compound for them.

Investigating officer Ptl. Vincent Bemotas.

OCT.25 11:13 PM

While conducting a motor vehicle stop in the parking lot of the Town

and Country Diner, Rt. 130, Sgt. Matt Simmons detected an odor of

burnt marijuana eminating from inside the vehicle. The patrol/narcotic

K-9, Terri, at this time conducted an exterior sniff with Terri positively

indicating numerous time for the presence of narcotics in the vehicle of

the accused. The driver of the vehicle was asked to step outside his car

and a check of the accused revealed a glassine baggie of powder cocaine

on his person and loose marijuana was found on the floor of the car.

Arrested and charged with possession of CDS and CDS paraphernalia

was 27 year old Joshua D. Gonzalez of South Amboy, NJ. Mr.

Gonzalez was given a court date later this month and released.

Arresting officer Sgt. Matt Simmons.






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