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Court Blotter: Indictments for Drug, Theft Charges

Ocean County grand juries recently handed up indictments

Ocean County grand juries recently handed up the following indictments:

Debra L. Taylor of Toms River for allegedly threatening a woman with a knife and fleeing police in Berkeley Township.

Taylor assaulted another woman with a knife on May 14 and later didn't heed Berkeley Detective Joseph Robertazzi's order to pull her car over, the indictment states.

Taylor was charged with aggravated assault, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, unlawful possession of a weapon and eluding.

The Toms River woman is still being held in Ocean County Jail on $75,000 bail.

  • Christine Sandella of Lanoka Harbor on a shoplifting charge. Sandella allegedly stole more than $500 in clothes from on Aug. 22. She was released on a summons.
  • Rachel Reidinger of Rymon Road on a shoplifting charge. Reidinger allegedly stole more than $500 of merchandise from Kohl's on Aug. 12. 
  • Victor M. Allen of Sicklerville on a drug possession charge. Allen allegedly had heroin when arrested by police on Oct. 28 in Toms River, the indictment states.
  • Lesley C. Mosckvan of Walton Street on a drug possession charge. Mosckvan allegedly had cocaine when arrested by police on May 28.
beaches November 13, 2011 at 02:20 PM
Kohls has awesome security. Video cameras everywhere, inside and outside.
concerned citizen November 13, 2011 at 03:02 PM
I personally hate thieves but I could feel sorry more for someone that was stealing food rather than clothes!
kristal November 16, 2011 at 06:07 PM
Im sorry but exactly what are you talking about?
muse November 21, 2011 at 05:39 PM
This is what Yoy is referring to: another fine upstanding citizen: this happened just this May so this woman is obviously bad news and a THIEF. A Lanoka Harbor woman was arrested on charges of theft for altering checks for a Girl Scout Troop, police said. Christine Sandella, 28, the “Cookie Mom” of Girl Scout Troop 258 of Lacey Township, altered checks for Girl Scout cookies and made them payable to herself, police said. Parents of girl Scouts reported that the troop sold over $6,000 worth of Girl Scout cookies. Several of the scouts’ parents paid for their cookies with personal checks. Several checks had been altered and made payable to the troop’s “Cookie Mom” and the money that was turned into Sandella had not been deposited, police said. Sandella was charged with theft by deception, theft of movable property, forgery, and uttering a forged document. Sandella was sent to the Ocean County Jail with her bail set at $40,000 and no 10 percent option.
y o y in this world November 21, 2011 at 07:35 PM
thanks for your help MUSE. exactly they walk around like nothing happened. saying y me. they are always picking on us. well it is a shame they are doing this. the children is who i feel sorry for the most. 2 of them are old enough to know what is going on. the other 2 are just 2 yrs old. what will they know. 1 day they can read all about it. lets hope jail helps them but not really sure it will.

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