Grand Jurors Indict Hazlet Residents on Burglary, Theft Charges

Several are formally charged with crimes in recent days.

Monmouth County Grand Juries in Freehold have heard evidence regarding the following crimes and decided those charged should answer for their alleged offenses. Note, an indictment is not a conviction.

May 16: Daniel C. Beers, 23, of 23 Briscoe Terrace in Hazlet was indicted on two counts for his alleged involvement in Nov. 6, 2011 burglary, in which $500 worth of items were stolen from a residence, such as a TV, computer, iPods, Xbox, GPS unit, Playstation 3 and controls, and video games. The charges are third degree crimes.

May 16: Jason E. Martinsen, 35, of 36 Bethany Road in Hazlet was indicted on one count of theft by deception by allegedly taking property valued more than $500 in Manasquan sometime between Nov. 16-22, 2011, a third degree crime.

May 16: Three people were indicted for allegedly impersonating TD Bank officers and running a scam at local branches, including one in Aberdeen. Read a detailed account here.

May 15: Alexadnru Miu, 22, of Astoria, NY and Jeremy Browne, 20, of 41 Spring St, Red Bank were indicted on alleged possession of a controlled dangerous substance (marijuana) on or about Dec. 14, 2011 in Holmdel. They were also indicted on one count of alleged unlawful possession of a folding knife. Both are fourth degree crimes.

May 9: Four people were indicted on three counts for their alleged connection to a Keansburg burglary on Feb. 8, 2012, in which they allegedly took video games, video game systems and/or jewelry in excess of $500 and resold the goods in Holmdel, Keansburg and Middletown. Formally charged were Robert E. Johnson, 39, and Denise G. Giuriceo, 38, both of 96 Franklin Ave. in the West Keansburg section of Hazlet; Darrell H. Lee, 40, of 139 Matawan Ave, Apt. 1 of Matawan; and Jason Rapoza, 40, of 12 S. Atlantic Ave, Apt. 70 in Aberdeen.


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