Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Police say the 21-year-old was also in possession of a small amount of the drug at the time of her arrest.
A Highlands woman is facing several drug-related charges after she failed to pass a forged prescription at the Hazlet Pharmacy on April 25. Police say Fiona Gallagher, 21, stole blank prescriptions from a medical office and then conspired with another to forge the prescription for the anti-anxiety medication. She was allegedly in possession of (6) one milligram pills of Xanax and one suboxone pill, according to the complaint warrant filed by the arresting officer. Gallagher was charged with theft, forgery, conspiracy and two counts of possession of a controlled dangerous substance, all in the third degree. She is also charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance without a container or prescription, which is a disorderly …
Friday, February 8, 2013
He faces three third degree charges.
A Keansburg man was charged with allegedly forging a check in Hazlet, according to court documents. Police say Wayne Carhart, Jr., 33, forged a $2,000 check and presented it to a person in Hazlet on Jan. 14, 2013 knowing that it would not be honored. Carhart, Jr. is charged with forgery, presenting a bad check and theft by deception. All are third degree crimes. Bail was set at $2,500. A charge does not indicate a conviction and all those charged are innocent until proven guilty.
Friday, November 30, 2012
Hanna has also been arrested for allegedly stealing from churches in Holmdel and Red Bank, as well as thefts in Little Silver and Howell.
Freehold Township Police arrested a Colts Neck man and charged him with stealing, forgery, and fraud, following multiple summer incidents. Robert Hanna, 44, faces a total of eight charges after he allegedly stole prescription blanks from the Freehold Borough CVS and Little Silver Walgreens and used the stolen scripts to obtain prescription drugs. According to Hanna’s complaint warrant, on June 18, July 23, and Sept. 25, Hanna forged the stolen prescription blanks from the Freehold Borough CVS and used them to obtain Adderall. On June 12, July 30, Aug. 13, and Sept. 20, Hanna also allegedly used the stolen prescription blanks from the Little Silver Walgreens to fraudulently obtain Adderall. On Sept. 26, Freehold Township Police found Hanna …
Thursday, June 28, 2012
Investigators say she took over $1,500 in bank funds
A Monmouth County grand jury voted Tuesday to indict a Matawan woman on forgery and theft charges. Investigators say that Bianca Dennis, 23, forged bank withdrawal slips and checks under someone else's name, removing a total of $1,615 from the victim's account. The alleged crime took place between Dec. 9, 2011 and Dec. 28, 2011 in Holmdel, Hazlet and Middletown, according to investigators. She was indicted on charges of third degree forgery, third degree uttering a forged instrument, and third degree theft of movable property. An indictment does not indicate a conviction, only that formal charges may be brought against the individuals named in the charges.