Friday, January 11, 2013
Two residents were sworn in to the Freehold Township Police force during the Freehold Township Reorganization meeting.
Two new officers have joined the Freehold Township Police Department. In front of a crowded boardroom, Officer Sean P. Moody, and Kevin G. Skievaski, were sworn in as Freehold Township Police Officers. Moody, 27, was the first officer to be sworn in. Moody is a Freehold Township native, and 2003 graduate of Freehold Township High School. He has a BA from Rutgers University in Criminal Justice and attended the Monmouth County Police Academy in 2009. Moody previously worked at the Stockton College Police Department where he served as a Police Officer. He also worked in the security field at Jersey Shore University Medical Center and at the Freehold Raceway Mall. Skievaski, 28, has been a resident of Freehold Township since 2008. He enlisted …
Friday, November 16, 2012
A Neptune man faces one aggravated assault charge.
A Neptune man was arrested and charged on Wednesday, Nov. 7 after he allegedly spit blood and saliva in the face of a Freehold Township police sergeant. Jean Michel, 41, of Neptune, faces an aggravated assault charge for the alleged action. According to the complaint warrant, Michel attempted to cause bodily harm to the Sgt. by spitting his blood and saliva in the officer's face. The warrant states that the fluids permeated the officer’s eyes and mouth. Michel has been remanded to the Monmouth County Correctional Institution (MCCI) on $2,500 bail.
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Both stores had alleged shoplifters attempt to take merchandise valued at over $500.
Both Nordstrom and the Apple Store were allegedly hit by shoplifters last week, according to the Freehold Township Police Department. According to a complaint warrant, on Thursday, June 28 Jeffery P. Jadach, 29, of Iselin, allegedly concealed six watches and two belts and knowingly attempted to leave the Nordstrom department store in the Freehold Raceway Mall. The merchandise was valued at $1,970. In a separate complaint warrant, on Friday, June 29 Lawrence C. Grinage, 47, of Baltimore allegedly concealed a Duet 2 2x4 USB Audio Interface while walking out of the Apple store in the Freehold Raceway Mall. The device which allows users to capture recordings from their Mac computer is valued at $595. Both complaint warrants explained that both…