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Manasquan Police Arrest Eight Last Week

Disorderly conduct, criminal mischief, contempt of court among charges

The Manasquan Police arrested eight individuals last week, according to a department release. 

Those arrested were mostly out-of-towners, while two are from Manasquan, the release says 

Contempt of court was the most common charge issued by borough police from May 28 to June 3, but other charges included criminal mischief, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. 

Here is the list of those arrested and their alleged charges from the Manasquan Police Department: 

--Russell Gillen, 48, of Main Street, was arrested May 29 on Main Street and charged with disorderly conduct. Patrolman Kenneth Hamill was the arresting officer. 

--Suzann Valela, 43, of Allenwood, was arrested May 31 in Brick and charged with contempt of court. Patrolman Nicholas Norcia was the arresting officer. 

--Danielle Warren, 33, of Osborn Avenue, was arrested June 1 on Osborn Avenue and charged with contempt of court. Sgt. Michael Stoia was the arresting officer. 

--Jason Green, 29, of Brooklyn, N.Y., was arrested June 2 on First Avenue and charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Special Officer Michael Jones made the arrest. 

--Kevin Cosgrove, 24, of Fair Lawn, was arrested June 3 on East Main Street and charged with obstructing. Special Officer Jesse Waterson was the arresting officer. 

--Joseph Sheridan, 24, of Hillsborough, was arrested June 3 on East Main Street and charged with contempt of court. Special Officer Paul McMahon was the arresting officer. 

--Gregory Lord, 23, of Wyomissing, Penn., was arrested June 3 on East Main Street and charged with criminal mischief, defiant trespass, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and hindering. Special Officer Roger Fernandez was the arresting officer. 

--Patrick McCartney, 43, of Asbury Park, was arrested June 3 at the Manasquan Police Department and charged with contempt of court. Patrolman Robert Wagner was the arresting officer. 


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