The have reported 9 arrests within the township due to outstanding warrants over the past couple of weeks.
- Lance J. Fair, a Monroe resident, was arrested for an outstanding warrant out of Manalapan for $1500. Ptl. Robert Kelly responded to the Marlboro Township Police Department to make the arrest on March 3. Fair is now remanded in Monmouth County Corrections Institute in default of his bail, police said.
- Michael Chiusano, 28, was arrested by Ptl. Michael Hoppock and ptl. Adam Sosnowski on March 2 for an arrest warrant that was issued out of Howell Township. Chiusano, a sales associate at PC Richard and Son, was located by the patrolmen at his job. When the store manager called Chiusano to the front of the store he did not respond; later, police found him hiding in a corner of the warehouse behind several large boxes. Chiusano was placed under arrest for the outstanding arrest warrant out of Howell and also charged with obstructing administration of justice out of Manalapan.
- Sampson L. Coleman III, a 46-year-old Manalapan resident, was arrested on March 2 on a Wanted Persons warrant out of them Middlesex County Sheiffs Department for $135,388. Ptl. Bryan Belardo was at Coleman's home on Amerbly Drive for an unrelated incident when he was made aware of his outstanding warrant, according to police. Coleman was processed and turned over to the Middlesex County Sheriffs Department.
- Jennifer Desantis, a 35-year-old Manalapan resident, was arrested on two oustanding warrants on March 2 - one out of Manalapan for $1,000 and one out of Freehold Township for $500. Bail was posted on both of the warrants and Desantis was processed and released.
- On March 1, Ptl. Bryan Belardo stopped a motor vehicle on Rt. 9 North, just south of the Marlboro border. The passenger of the car provided Belardo with a fake name and birth date in order to be avoid being arrested on an active outstanding warrant, police said. Later, an investigation revealed that passenger was Marquis Massey, a 23-year-old Manalapan male resident. Massey was arrested for his outstanding warrant of $290 out of Manalapan and charged with hindering apprehension. He was processed for both charges, posted bail for the warrant, was issued a summons for hindering apprehension and was released on his own recognizance.
- On March 1, Ptl. Bryan Belardo stopped a car on Rt. 9 North and discovered that the driver, Jaquana Marks of East Brunswick, had an outstanding warrant out of Edison for $305. Marks, 31, was arrested and processed. She was released after posting bail. Marks was also issued a summons for driving a car that is not insured and for driving on unsafe tires.
- Ptl. Kevin Ruditsky arrived at a home on Susan Court in response to a call about a family argument on March 1. Ruditsky soon learned that one of the people involved in the dispute had an outstanding warrant out of Freehold Borough - Christian Vatovec. Vatovec, 22, was arrested and remanded at Monmouth Coutny Correctional Institute on $2,500 bail.
- On Feb. 23, Brittany Vatovec, of Susan Court in Manalapan, was arrested for an outstanding criminal warrant out of Hightstown valued at $1,000. Ptl. Adam Sosnowski arrested Vatovec, 19, at her home, police said. She is currently remanded in Monmouth County Correctional Institute. Vatovec had .
- 21-year-old Kyle Kupfer, of Devon Drive South Manalapan, was arrested at his home on Feb. 23 for two outstanding warrants - one criminal warrant out of Manalapan and one traffic warrant out of Ocean Township. Kupfer was processed, posted $459 in bail and was released.