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During the week of  Sept. 24, 2018 through Sept. 30, 2018 the members of the Middle Township Police Department responded to or initiated 960 calls for service. During the week a total of 11 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:

Sept. 24, 2018:

Fraud – East Atlantic Avenue, CMCH

Fire Call – Garden State Parkway, CMCH

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 9 South, CMCH

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 9 South, Rio Grande

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 9 South, Burleigh

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 9 South, Rio Grande

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 9 South, Burleigh

Motor Vehicle Crash – Court House South Dennis Road, CMCH

Criminal Mischief – South 5th Street, Del Haven

Motor Vehicle Crash – Shunpike Road, CMCH

Sept. 25, 2018:

Harassment – Route 9 South, Rio Grande

Motor Vehicle Crash – Court House South Dennis Road, CMCH

Fraud – Fairway Drive, Swainton

Fire Call – Golf Club Road, Burleigh

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 47 North, Goshen

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 47 South, Rio Grande

Motor Vehicle Crash – Hoppys Lane, CMCH

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 47 South, Rio Grande

Sept. 26, 2018:

Motor Vehicle Crash – North Main Street, CMCH

Shoplifting – Walmart, Rio Grande

DWI – Route 9 South, CMCH

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 9 South, Rio Grande

Shoplifting – Verizon, CMCH

Motor Vehicle Crash – Bayshore Road, Green Creek

Trespassing – Satt Boulevard, Rio Grande

Trespassing – North Railroad Avenue, Rio Grande

Trespassing – North Railroad Avenue, Rio Grande 

Sept. 27, 2018:

Fire Call – Route 9 South, CMCH

Burglary – West Main Street, Whitesboro

Burglary – South Main Street, CMCH

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 9 North, CMCH

Obstruction of Justice – Route 47 South, Rio Grande

Missing Person – Centennial Drive, Rio Grande 

Sept. 28, 2018:

Motor Vehicle Crash – Magnolia Avenue, CMCH

Motor Vehicle Crash – Walsh Avenue, Rio Grande

Assault – Route 47 South, Rio Grande

Theft – Route 47 South, Rio Grande

Weapons Offenses – Millman Boulevard, Del Haven

Sept. 29, 2018:

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 47 South, Rio Grande

Motor Vehicle Crash – Pennsylvania Avenue, Rio Grande

Motor Vehicle Crash – Route 47 South, Rio Grande

Fire Call – North Beach Road, Reeds Beach 

Sept. 30, 2018:

Motor Vehicle Crash – Indian Trail, Burleigh 

Weekly Adult Arrest Report

George R. Calverley, 24, from North Wildwood was arrested on September 24 by Patrolman Vergantino on an active warrant. 

Eric J. Panny, 35, from Green Creek was arrested on September 24 by Patrolman Gittle and charged with Unlicensed Entry of Structures, Unlawful Possession of Weapons-Other Weapons, and Certain Persons not to Have Weapons.

Leighann M. Robson, 42, from Cape May was arrested on September 24 by Patrolman Martindale and charged with Possession or Distribution of Hypodermic Needle or Syringe, and an active warrant.

Sean E. Clark, 31, from Goshen was arrested on September 25 by Patrolman Runyon on an active warrant.

Sergiu G. Plesca, 36, from Villas was arrested on September 26 by Patrolman Russ and charged with Shoplifting.

Raymond L. Bartee, 36, from Wildwood was arrested on September 26 by Sergeant Super and charged with Eluding Officer and Driving While Intoxicated.

Andy Ho, 24, from Mays Landing was arrested on September 26 by Patrolman Ritterhoff and charged with Shoplifting and Fencing.

Calvin J. Billingsley, 46, from Rio Grande was arrested on September 26 by Patrolman Russ and charged with Possession of Marijuana under 50 Grams and an active warrant.

Raymond D. Bailey, III, 20, from Cape May Court House was arrested on September 26 by Patrolman Gittle and charged with Terroristic Threats, False Public Alarms, and Cyber Harassment.

Courtney L. Cepp, 26, from Cape May Court House was arrested on September 27 by Patrolman Rocca on an active warrant.

Steven Silnicki, 53, from Rio Grande was arrested on September 27 by Patrolman Ritterhoff and charged with Obstruction. 

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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