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Red Bank Police Report Several Thefts

The following information was obtained directly from Red Bank Police Department records. It does not indicate convictions.

Red Bank police reported the following arrests and incidents in the past week ...

Incidents:

• A theft was reported to have occurred between April 18 and 19 at an East Front Street Bar/restaurant. The owner reported that unknown person(s) removed cash from behind the bar. Patrolman David Hicks took the report.

• A theft was reported on April 20 at the West Front Street Antique Center. The victim reported that unknown person(s) stole a drawer from an antique cabinet, which decreases the value of the piece. Patrolman Stanley Balmer took the report.

• A theft was reported on April 21 at a Broad Street business. The victim reported that unknown person(s) stole a valet sign from the front of the business. Patrolman David Hicks responded.

• A theft was reported on April 23 at Count Basie Field. A back flow preventer for a lawn sprinkler system was allegedly stolen by unknown person(s). Sgt. Michael Frazee responded.

Arrests:

 • Ira Zohn, 68, of Rumson, was arrested on April 24 in the area of Monmouth Street and charged with simple assault by Patrolman Jonathan Quispe.

• Dolores Zalazar-Nava, 46, of Red Bank, was arrested on April 23 in the area of Locust Avenue and charged with hindering apprehension by Patrolman Thomas Doremus.

• Nurul Malik, 32, of Melville, NY, was arrested on April 21 in the area of Mechanic Street and charged with DWI by Capt. Darren McConnell.

• Cornelio Escalona-Perez, 24, of Red Bank, was arrested on April 21 in the area of Shrewsbury Avenue and charged with contempt of court and hindering apprehension by Patrolman Stan Balmer.

• Thomas Conley, 48, of Red Bank, was arrested on April 20 in the area of Spring Street and charged with harassment by Patrolman Nicholas Maletto.

• Stanley Adlar, 32, of Keansburg, was arrested on April 19 in the area of Monmouth Street and charged with theft by Patrolman Robert Campanella.

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