Toms River Police Blotter: Woman Claims She Wasn't Driving Car
Reports from Toms River Police Chief
Police reports as released by Toms River Police Chief Michael Mastronardy:
Driver moves to passenger seat after allegedly causing accident
Toms River Police arrested Pamela Casiero, 26, of Lanoka Harbor for driving while intoxicated after she stuck the rear of a vehicle on Route 37 and Douglas at midnight Sunday morning.
Casiero’s vehicle struck a Dodge that was in the middle lane just coming off the Tunney Bridge. According to witnesses Casiero was driving erratically prior to the crash and after the collision exited the driver’s side and sat in the passenger’s side and attempted to claim someone else was driving. Besides driving while intoxicated she was charged with reckless driving, and following too close. Officer James Carey made the arrest.
Driver flees through backyards after accident
Officer Kyle Martucci investigated an accident that occurred just before 6 a.m. Saturday morning. Devinn Davis, 33, of Neptune, was eastbound on Bay Avenue driving a 2005 Ford when he left the roadway and struck a utility pole at Bay and Tunesbrook Drive.
Davis fled the scene and was running through back yards and was apprehend in the rear yard of a residence on Bud Court. Davis was transported to Community Medical Center where he was admitted for his injuries.
He has been charged with DUI and numerous other motor vehicle charges.