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Aberdeen Police Blotter Aberdeen police said theyrecently investigating a liquor store burglary, robbery cases, and several theft cases. Aberdeen police handled 638 calls for service between Aug. 12 and Aug. 25, including 18 suspicious persons/vehicles, 28 alarms, 35 first aid calls, 24 motor vehicle crashes, 12 disorderly persons, two burglaries, seven domestic violence incidents, ten thefts, nine noise complaints, seven frauds, nine welfare checks, two criminal mischief incidents, and 226 motor vehicle stops. Officers issued 223 motor vehicle summonses. A 15 year old township youth was charged with possession of marijuana following an incident on Sweetbriar Street. Officer Charles Trucillo was the arresting officer. A male subject attempted to use a $5 bill altered to look like a $100 bill at the Bowtie Cinema, Route 34. Officer Roger Peter and Detective Louis Nanna investigated. Aug. 13 Lyn M. Lawson, 19, Hazlet, was arrested on charges of robbery and aggravated assault related to an Aug. 12 incident on Lenox Road. Detective Anthony Valentino was the arresting officer. Officer Jessica McDougall conducted the initial investigation. Officer Vito Turchiano arrested a 23 year old Matawan man on contempt warrants out of Aberdeen and Hazlet municipal courts. Aug. 14 A Stemler Drive resident reported the theft of a garbage can. Officer Darryl Richardson took the report. Officer John Young responded to a report of harassment on Orchard Street. Aug. 15 A 42 year old township man was arrested on a charge of simple assault following an incident on West Prospect Avenue Officer Craig Hausmann was the arresting officer. Officer John Young arrested a 25 year old Old Bridge man on a contempt warrant out of Aberdeen municipal court. Officer Craig Hausmann arrested a 53 year old township man on contempt warrants out of Aberdeen and Spotswood municipal courts. Pawel Bialoglowy, 28, of Sayreville, was charged with driving while intoxicated, reckless driving, and assault by auto after a motor vehicle crash on Route 35. Officers Mary Johnston, Jessica McDougall, and Raymond Campbell, and Sgt. Matthew Lloyd investigated. A Stemler Drive resident reported the theft of lug nut covers from his vehicle. Officer Darryl Richardson took the report. Officer Darryl Richardson responded to a report of harassment on Lorraine Drive. Aug. 16 Officer Craig Hausmann responded to a report of harassment on Sweetbriar Street. The owner of Wagner's Marina, Amboy Avenue, reported recovering a marine radio apparently taken from one of the boats there. Officer Darryl Richardson took the report. Aug. 17 Detective Anthony Valentino arrested a 26 year old New York woman on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and a hypodermic syringe on Sherwood Drive. Officer Charles Trucillo arrested a 28 year old South Amboy man on a contempt warrant out of Aberdeen municipal court. Two vacuum cleaners were reported taken from the Bed, Bath, and Beyond store, Route 34. Sgt. Raymond Sosa responded. Officers responded to a burglary alarm at the BuyRite store, Route 34, and found that a front door had been broken and a quantity of cash taken. Officer John Zeller, Officer Charles Trucillo, and Detective Anthony Valentino investigated. Aug. 18 A 17 year old Washington Township youth was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and being in a township park after hours following an incident on the Cliffwood Beach seawall. Three other individuals were issued summonses for being in the park after hours. Officer Frank Maisano was the arresting officer.