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County Sheriff Reports 15 Toms River Arrests in November

Sheriff’s department recently released arrest information

Among the 44 people listed in the November arrest blotter by the Ocean County Sheriff’s Department were 15 Toms River residents, according to information recently released by Capt. Matthew Armstrong.

From January through Nov. 30, the department made 1,171 arrests and extradited 43 fugitives from out of state to face charges in Ocean County.

Of the 44 arrested in November, eight were for outstanding child support arrears totaling $111,866 and one was a fugitive from justice.

Those arrested in Toms River were:

Nov. 5
Kyle Pagano, 28, of Polhemus Road was arrested by Sheriff’s Officers F. Milani and G. Kirton on a Superior Court Warrant for allegedly failing to comply with the Ocean County Drug Court Program. Pagano was lodged in the Ocean County Jail with no option for bail, authorities said.

Nov. 7
Susan Ralph, 32, of Kells Court was arrested by Sheriff’s Detectives P. Sickinger and R. Stark on a Superior Court Warrant allegedly for failure to comply with the Intensive Supervision Program. Ralph was processed and lodged in the Ocean County Jail with no option of bail, authorities said.

Nov. 8
Demetrios Anastasatos, 32, of Hugo Drive was arrested by Sheriff’s Officers M. Flynn and Sergeant T. Vincent on a Superior Court Warrant for allegedly failing to comply with the Ocean County Drug Court Program. Anastasatos was lodged in the Ocean County Jail with no option for bail, authorities said.

Nov. 13
Renee Slack, 36, of Route 166 was arrested by Sheriff’s Officers J. Strodel and J. Bourke on a Superior Court Warrant for an alleged violation of probation on original charges of possession of a controlled dangerous substance. Authorities said Slack was processed and lodged in the Ocean County Jail with no option of bail.

Nov. 14
Richard Charletta, age 38, of Buckingham Drive was arrested by Sheriff’s Detectives M. Petrucelli and J. Mercado on two Ocean County Superior Court Warrants allegedly for failure to appear for status conference on original charges of theft by deception and allegedly failing to comply with a domestic violence order. Charletta was processed and lodged in the Ocean County Jail pending first appearance, authorities said.

Nov. 15
John Stephan, 42, of Messenger Street was arrested by Sheriff’s Officers M. Flynn and Sergeant M. Pannone on two Superior Court Warrants for an alleged violation of probation on original charges of aggravated assault and burglary. Stephan was processed and lodged in the Ocean County Jail with no option of bail, authorities said.

Nov. 16
Antoinette White, 28, of Dove Street was arrested by Sheriff’s Officers C. Acevedo and M. Schilling on a Superior Court Warrant for allegedly failing to comply with the Ocean County Drug Court Program. Authorities said White was lodged in the Ocean County Jail with no option for bail.

Jason Karkovice, 31, of Jamesport Drive was arrested by Sheriff’s Officers C. Acevedo and M. Schilling on a Superior Court Warrant for an alleged failure to comply with the Ocean County Drug Court Program. Karkovice was lodged in the Ocean County Jail with no option for bail, authorities said.

Nov. 19
Darron Garabo, 24 of Mobile Lane was arrested by Sheriff’s Detectives J. Mercado and C. Vazquez on two Ocean County Superior Court Warrants for allegedly failing to appear for status conference on original charges of possession of a controlled dangerous substance and theft by unlawful taking. Garabo was processed and lodged in the Ocean County Jail with no option for bail, authorities said.

Sylvia Toscano, 50, of Gateway Street was arrested by Sheriff’s Officers D. Fazio  and D. Kuhn on a Superior Court Warrant for allegedly failing to comply with the Ocean County Drug Court Program. Authorities said Toscano was lodged in the Ocean County Jail with no option for bail.

Michael Desiderio, 25, of Alabama Avenue was arrested by Sheriff’s Officers A. Wright and R. Laudicina on a Superior Court Warrant for allegedly failing to comply with the Ocean County Drug Court Program. Desiderio was lodged in the Ocean County Jail with no option for bail, authorities said.

Nov. 29
Sarah Murray, 32, of Kentwood Boulevard was arrested by Sheriff’s Officers R. Laudicina and G. Kirton on an Ocean County Superior Court Warrant for an alleged failure to pay child support in the amount of $6,367.23. Murray was processed and lodged in the Ocean County Jail pending first appearance, authorities said.

James Brehm, 30, of Lavenham Court was arrested by Sheriff’s Officers C. Acevedo and J. Brown on two Superior Court Warrants for alleged violations of probation on original charges of robbery and aggravated assault. Brehm was processed and lodged in the Ocean County Jail with no option of bail, authorities said.

Melissa Palladino, 33, of Oakridge Parkway was arrested by Sheriff’s Detectives R. Woardell and C. Vazquez on an Ocean County Superior Court Warrant for an alleged failure to pay child support in the amount of $1,321.56. Authorities said Palladino was processed and lodged in the Ocean County Jail pending first appearance.

Deroy Beaton, 35, of River Drive was arrested by Sheriff’s Detectives M. Petrucelli and Sergeant J. Adams on an Ocean County Superior Court Warrant for allegedly failing to pay child support in the amount of $11,535.73. Beaton was processed, paid reduced purge, with the approval of the Ocean County Probation Department and was subsequently released, authorities said.

BufordTJustices December 11, 2012 at 02:32 PM
Not too hard when the dope comes to the court house at the metal detector and has a warrant for his arrest. Great Job
Mac December 11, 2012 at 04:58 PM
Did our sheriff make any of these 1171 arrests himself? More importantly, does the sheriff know his department made any of these arrests this year? You know, it is one thing to collect a salary and a pension for the same job when you are actually showing up in the position once in a while. However, it is something else when you are missing in action from an elected, and apparently unnecessary, position while dutifully collecting both a salary and a pension for the same performance. Some might even consider it fraud.
rich December 11, 2012 at 09:05 PM
I think that Sarah, Melissa,and Delroy,should be taken out of that grope,the others should be put in cells,no matter who they know
Michael reina December 12, 2012 at 01:26 AM
As a single father im finally happy to see that 1/3 of women are finally being held accountable......
frankie dipolito December 12, 2012 at 05:40 PM
this individuals are a good example for their children if they love their families as much as they love the drugs they will not be in this mess 2day.they should be ashame.

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