Wall Township Police have released a photo retrieved from the homeowner’s surveillance camera that reveals a possible suspect to a residential burglary at their Filmore Street home which occurred during daytime hours on March 7th. The actor cut a screen to a front window on the first floor before opening the window and gaining access. Once inside, the suspect walked through the living room and into a bedroom located in the basement. The time stamp on the surveillance camera has the burglar inside the home for several minutes. The actor then exits the home via the same window he entered. Nothing was reported stolen. It appears that the actor is a white male in his late teens to early twenties with longer dark hair and is wearing an unknown style hat. Anyone with any information on the subject in this photograph is asked to call Detective Chris Lisewski at #732-449-8774 extension #1140 or the department tip line at #732-280-4388.
On Monday, May 20, 2013 at 5:15pm, the Wall Township Police Department responded to the ramp from Rt. 34 South to 195 West for an overturned tractor-trailer. Upon arrival, the overturned trailer had spilt a load of construction material along the ramp that had to be closed for approximately four hours. The driver, Grant Aaron-Ant …View full post
Seat Belt Enforcement and Education Campaign to be Conducted Locally as Part of Nationwide Click It or Ticket Mobilization May 20 – June 2, 2012 Law enforcement officers from the Wall Township Police Department will be cracking down on unbuckled motorists and their passengers as part of the national “Click it or Ticket” campaign. Beginning …View full post
On Friday, May 17, 2013 at approximately 2:40 p.m. the Wall Township Police Department responded to the intersection of 18th Avenue and Old Mill Road for a report of a motor vehicle collision involving a car versus motorcycle. On scene investigation revealed that Helen McNally, 93 of the West Belmar section of Wall Township, was …View full post
On Tuesday, May 14, 2013, township police arrested a 21 year-old man for a residential burglary and an attempted residential burglary that occurred the previous day on Lenape Trail. Detective Chris Lisewski recovered all of the proceeds which included electronic and video gaming equipment as well as jewelry. Proceeds were then returned to the homeowner after processing was complete. The burglary was reported to police at 3:05 p.m., Monday. The attempted burglary on Lenape Trail was discovered while police were conducting a neighborhood canvas. Canvasses are routinely done to identify other burglary victims and to gather possible eyewitness information.
The identity of the accused is being withheld as this time as this is an ongoing investigation.
Wall Township resident Jack Mancino, 60, was recently indicted on May 10th on one count of aggravated sexual assault stemming from a May,2012 incident. Mancino is charged with having sexual relations with a female victim- a crime of the first degree. The indictment was handed up by a Monmouth County grand jury on the above …View full post
On Sunday, May 12, 2013 at approximately 1:40 pm the Wall Township Police responded to a report of a residential burglary in progress on Glendola Rd between Belmar Blvd and Monmouth Blvd. The burglary was interrupted by the resident who was arriving home. Two suspects were described by area residents, a female suspect that fled …View full post
On Wednesday, April 17, 2013 Wall Township Police Chief Robert Brice gave a presentation to the general membership at the Four Seasons at Wall. Topics of the presentation included emergency management, recent types of criminal activity against seniors and operation give back. The event was very well attended and conducted in the club house room. …View full post
The week of April 29th to May 3rd the Wall Township Police Department hosted a Detector Dog seminar Presented by Law Enforcement Training Services LLC of NJ. The seminar was for Narcotics, Explosive and Cadaver K9 Teams. The training took place at various locations in and around Wall Township including; The Wall Township Police K9 Training grounds, The Monmouth Executive Airport, Camp Evans, Blewitts Recycling, The Algonquin Theater and Various Hotels in Wall Township. The training was designed to enhance the detection skills of the K9 Teams and to expose them to a wide variety of search areas. The K9 Teams also received a day of Instruction on record keeping and legal updates with regards to current laws pertaining to the use of K9’s. Upon successful completion of the training K9 Teams received a certification in accordance with United States Customs Service Standards issued through Positive Response Canine, LLC of Tennessee.View full post
On Friday, May 3, 2013 Ptl. Emmet Idzahl and his K-9 Partner Daza graduated the Atlantic County Police Training Center, John “Sonny” Burke K-9 Academy Police K-9 Patrol Class. Ptl Idzahl and his partner attended a 16 week Police Patrol class to become certified as a K-9 Patrol Team which is certified in basic and …View full post
Patrolman James Cadigan #162 was selected by the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety as the Monmouth County leader in Drunk Driving arrests for the year 2012. Cadigan made over 40 Drunk Driving arrests in 2012. He was awarded the Top Gun certificate at a ceremony on Wednesday April 24, 2013 at the Trenton …View full post
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The Wall Police is asking for the public’s help locating a subject identified as Martin Luis (36yoa) LKA- 6th Ave, Neptune Township. NJ. The suspect is described as Hispanic male, approx 5’5”, brown eyes and black short hair. It is believed the suspect has fled the area. This was NOT a random crime. Following an investigation by …
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During the course of the south end Burglary investigations… the following suspect was arrested and criminally charged for his involvement in a forced entry burglary on Birch Place, which occurred on August 10th between 10:30am- 3:10pm. During the course of this burglary, it is believed that the suspects fled the residence upon the arrival of …
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This agency is investigating the theft of a pocketbook from an unlocked vehicle in Wall Twp. This incident occurred on Wednesday July 11, 2012 between 1:30 and 5:00pm. The victim’s credit cards were used at various locations in Monmouth County. Surveillance photos from a Route 9 convenience store in Freehold capture a person of interest …
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