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Jackson Police Blotter: Drug Arrests, DWI and Road Rage Highlight a Week in Jackson

Jackson Police Department Patrol Blotter

The following is a sample of incidents that Patrol Officers recently responded to or were involved with. This does not represent all of the calls for service that were responded to during this time period. Any persons arrested or charged with offenses are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Additionally, except in specific circumstances, arrest and complaint information filed with the court is public information and names of those charged may be released.

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

CDS/UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF A WEAPON: Just after midnight, Officer Daniels conducted a motor vehicle stop on a gray Ford on South New Prospect Road. As a result of Officer Daniel’s investigation, 19 year old Kadel Calhoun of Martin Luther King Drive in Lakewood was arrested. Mr. Kadel was charged with possession of C.D.S. paraphernalia and unlawful possession of a weapon. Inside the vehicle was black air soft weapon with the orange tip removed. The weapon resembled a Tavor assault rifle. Officer Daniels was assisted by Officer J. DeLaTorre, Officer E. Thomason and Sgt Cowit.

ROAD RAGE: At approximately 4pm, Officer Ravaioli and Officer Travisano responded to Cassville Road regarding a dispute between two drivers that apparently started as a road rage incident. During the dispute a 52 year old Jackson resident exited his vehicle and struck the other driver in the facial area. The other driver was identified as an 80 year old Jackson resident.

Thursday, January 25, 2018

MOTOR VEHICLE CRASH: On this date Jackson Police responded to six motor vehicle crashes including a hit and run crash which occurred on Whitesville Road. In this crash, Officer Falzarano is attempting to locate a small silver colored sedan which crossed over the center line of the roadway and struck the front driver’s side quarter panel of the other vehicle. After impact, the driver of the small silver sedan proceeded to leave without stopping.

C.D.S.: At approximately 10pm Officer Daniels conducted a motor vehicle stop on a tan colored Nissan on South Hope Chapel Road. As a result of his investigation, the driver 19 year old Joseph Zuppardo of Howell was arrested. Mr. Zuppardo was charged with possession of marijuana due to having in his possession a vape pen and THC oil.

Friday, January 26, 2018

D.W.I. / M.V. Crash: At approximately 2pm, the Jackson Police Department began to receive calls regarding a vehicle travelling on Toms River Road which was “all over the road”. While en route, Jackson Dispatch was advised the vehicle left the roadway and crashed into a tree. Officer Henba responded investigated the crash and subsequently arrested the driver, 36 year old Nicole Kobilis of Brick. Ms. Kobilis was charged with driving under the influence, reckless driving and consumption of an alcoholic beverage by the driver. After being processed, Ms. Kobilis was turned over to Brick Police Department due to having an outstanding warrant for her arrest.

BURGLARY: At 4:11pm Jackson Police received a call indicating they just viewed two individuals break into a vacant residence on Short Hills Boulevard. Upon arrival, PO Lasko, PO Greenberger, PO Conti and SPO Parise checked the residence. Officer Lakso observed a window screen which was damaged and removed. This allowed access to an unsecured window. A 15 year old juvenile male from Jackson and a 16 year old female from Jackson were located and arrested. Both juveniles were later released to their respective parents.

Saturday, January 28, 2018

BURGLARY/THEFT: At 9:20pm Officer Mabey responded to a residence on Bennetts Mills Road regarding a burglary and theft. Upon arrival, the victim indicated someone entered his residence and removed a container filled with approximately $1200 in coins.

WARRANT ARREST: At 11:49pm Officer D. Thomason conducted a motor vehicle stop on West County Line Road. As a result of the officer’s investigation, a 54 year old resident of Beachwood was arrested for having an outstanding warrant for his arrest.

WARRANT ARREST: At 11:50pm Officer Mabey conducted a motor vehicle stop on West County Line Road. As a result of the officer’s investigation, a 29 year old Toms River resident was arrested for having an outstanding warrant for his arrest.

Sunday, January 29, 2018

OVERDOSE: At 6:25am Jackson Police received a call reference to a possible overdose at a residence in the Three Pence Brooke Condominium complex. Upon arrival, Officer Mabey and Stybe located a 28 year old male deceased. CDS paraphernalia was recovered and the victim was found by his spouse after she returned home from work.

BURGLARY/THEFT: At 8am Officer Lindenberg responded to a residence on Judith Way regarding a burglary to and theft from a motor vehicle. The victim reported an unknown person(s) entered into two unlocked vehicles parked at her residence and removed many items. It should be noted the area of Miller Road and Lakehurst Avenue have recently been a target of many burglary and thefts to unlocked motor vehicles.

Monday, January 30, 2018

CDS: Just after midnight, Officer French observed a silver Hyundai driving erratically in the Brookwood 4 development. A short time later, Officer French conducted a motor vehicle stop on the vehicle. With the assistance of Officer D. Thomason and Ocean County Sheriff K-9 Officer Wielichoski and his narcotics trained K-9, the driver was placed under arrest. 32 year old James Wareham of Forced River was charged with possession of heroin, possession of buprenorphine, possession of marijuana, possession of CDS paraphernalia and possession of a hypodermic syringe.

CDS: At 9:36pm Officer French conducted a motor vehicles stop on a black colored Acura on South Hope Chapel Road. As a result of Officer French’s investigation, the driver was placed under arrest. 30 year old Larry Paul of Jackson was charged with possession of marijuana, driving with an expired driver’s license and possession of CDS in a motor vehicle.

– The media and the public are reminded that any persons arrested or charged with any offenses or crimes are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.

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