Several indictments were made by Monmouth County grand juries on July 18 that involved residents of Freehold and crimes allegedly committed in the area.
Catherine Delre, 43, of Freehold was indicted on one count of conspiracy (to commit theft) and one count of shoplifting, both third degree crimes, along with David R. Roth, 41, of Howell. Roth allegedly came to Delre’s cash register at Lowe’s, where he pretended to purchase merchandise while Delre did not actually ring up the items and charge Roth.
William B. Dore, 19, of Freehold, was indicted on one count of burglary and one count of theft committed on or between May 21 and May 24. Dore allegedly entered a storage trailer belonging to Delfario Construction and Brian Trematore Plumbing and Heating, stealing over $500 worth of copper.
Sean P. Malloy, 24, of Cookstown, and Heather M. Yesuvida, 23, of Cream Ridge, were indicted on July 18 for one count of theft and one count of fencing. Malloy and Yesuvida allegedly stole jewelry from an Upper Freehold resident, and then sold it in Hamilton Township.