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During the week of June 3-June 9, 2019 the members of the Middle Township Police Department responded to or initiated 1,006 calls for service, averaging 144 per day. During the week a total of 9 adults were arrested for various offenses. 

The following is a list of some of the more serious calls for service which occurred during the week:

June 3, 2019:

Theft – Route 47 South, CMCH

Theft – Old North Wildwood Boulevard, Grassy Sounds

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 9 North, CMCH

Fire Call – Route 47 South, Green Creek

Fraud – Secluded Lane, Rio Grande

Fraud – Seacrest Lane, Rio Grande

Motor Vehicle Crash – Court House South Dennis Road, Swainton

June 4, 2019:

Obstruction of Justice – Route 9 South, Rio Grande

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 9 South, Burleigh

Criminal Mischief – Indian Trail, Burleigh

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 47 South, Rio Grande

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 47 South, Rio Grande

Criminal Mischief – North Wildwood Boulevard, Burleigh

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 9 South, Rio Grande

Criminal Mischief – East Atlantic Avenue, CMCH

Fire Call – Langston Street, Whitesboro

Fire Call – North Railroad Avenue, Rio Grande

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 47 South, Rio Grande

June 5, 2019:

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 47 South, Rio Grande

Motor Vehicle Crash – North Main Street, CMCH

Motor Vehicle Crash – North Railroad Avenue, Rio Grande

Theft – Mechanic Street, CMCH

Motor Vehicle Crash – Stone Harbor Boulevard, CMCH

Criminal Mischief – Teal Road, Rio Grande

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 47 South, Rio Grande

June 6, 2019:

Fire Call – Route 9 South, Burleigh

Assault – Swainton Goshen Road, Swainton

Aggravated Assault – Route 9 South, Rio Grande

June 7, 2019:

Trespassing – Johnstown Lane, Mayville

Motor Vehicle Crash – North Main Street, CMCH

Motor Vehicle Crash – Court House South Dennis Road, CMCH

Motor Vehicle Crash – Poplar Avenue, Edgewood

June 8, 2019:

Missing Person – Crest Haven Road, CMCH

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 47 South, Rio Grande

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 9 South, Whitesboro

Motor Vehicle Crash – Hand Avenue, CMCH

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 9 South, Rio Grande

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 9 South, Rio Grande

Motor Vehicle Crash – Court House South Dennis Road, CMCH

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 9 South, Burleigh

June 9, 2019:

Motor Vehicle Crash – Court House South Dennis Road, CMCH

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 9 South, Whitesboro

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 9 North, Swainton

Motor Vehicle Crash – Shunpike Road, CMCH

WEEKLY ARREST REPORT

June 3-9, 2019 

Sonia D. Ochok, 27, from Whitesboro was arrested on June 3 by Patrolman Reardon and charged with Theft.

Stephen Dimaria, 32, from Avalon was arrested on June 3 by Patrolman Martindale and charged with Possession of Marijuana under 50 Grams and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

Steven J. Lamb, 31, from Sea Isle City was arrested on June 4 by Patrolman Martindale and charged with Obstruction, Resisting Arrest, Possession of CDS, and Possession of Marijuana under 50 Grams.

Doris E. Davis, 60, from Wildwood was arrested on June 4 by Corporal Larkin on an Active Warrant.

Christopher Mitchell, 36, from Burleigh was arrested on June 5 by Patrolman Runyon on Active Warrants.

Ashley M. Hedge, 34, from Rio Grande was arrested on June 6 by Patrolman Sunderhauf on an Active Warrant.

Abdul Spaulding, 42, from Cape May Court House was arrested on June 7 and charged with Obstruction, Resisting Arrest, Hindering Apprehension or Prosecution of Another, Possession of CDS, Possession of Marijuana under 50 Grams, Distribution of CDS, Distributing CDS within 500 Feet of Public Housing, Park, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

Natalie E. Abadie, 33, from Villas was arrested on June 7 by Patrolman Flounders on an Active Warrant.

Joseph H. Diamond, Jr., 31, from Rio Grande was arrested on June 8 by Corporal Hagan on an Active Warrant.

It should be noted that the above individuals are only charged with the above mentioned offenses and are presumed innocent until proven guilty. This report only contains individuals that were arrested based on complaints signed by law enforcement personnel, not private citizen signed complaints.

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