Thursday, May 16, 2013
The Monmouth County Grand Jury indicted Paul Pawlik on a heroin possession charge.
Paul Pawlik, 22, of Manalapan was indicted by the Monmouth County Grand Jury this week for allegedly being in possession of heroin on Jan. 20 in Manalapan. Pawlik was arrested at Wegmans by Manalapan police and charged with being in possession of heroin and a hypodermic needle and providing false information to police. The Livingston Lane man has previously been arrested in Manalapan twice before. He was charged with attempted burglary of a Livingston Lane home in December, attempted burglary of a foreclosed Livingston Lane home on March 13, and attempted burglary and theft of an abandoned Livingston Lane home on March 18. An indictment is not a conviction. The formal charges, handed down by the grand jury, will be answered to in court.
Saturday, March 30, 2013
This is the second Livingston Lane home that Pawlik has burglarized, according to police.
Manalapan resident Paul Pawlik, 21, was arrested by Manalapan police on March 18 for allegedly burglarizing a home on Livingston Lane. According to witnesses, Pawlik was attempting to gain entry into a home through a rear window or door. Ptl. Adam Sosnowski and Ptl. Kyle Earley located Pawlik running from the rear of an abandoned home on Livingston Lane and he was apprehended. An item from within the residence was in Pawlik's possession, according to police. He was charge with burglary and theft. Pawlik was arrested by Manalapan Police just five days prior to this incident for burglarizing a Livingston Lane home and removing a door knob. Pawlik was also charged with burglarizing a Livingston Lane home in December 2012 and was found to be …
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Manalapan police arrested Paul Pawlik for attempting to burglarize a local home.
Manalapan resident Paul Pawlik, 21, was arrested by Manalapan police on March 13 for allegedly attempting to burglarize a foreclosed home that is owned by Bank of America, according to Manalapan Police Chief Chris Marsala. According to an arrest warrant, Pawlik entered the home, located on Livingston Lane in Manalapan Township, and removed a door knob. Pawlik was charged with committing a burglary with the purpose to commit an offense. He is currently remanded in Monmouth County Correctional Institute in default of $25,000 bail. His initial appearance in front of Judge Dennis Lavender is scheduled for Monday, March 25 at 9 a.m. Pawlik has previously been charged by Manalapan police with attempted burglary of a Livingston Lane home in …
Friday, January 25, 2013
The man allegedly also provided a false identity to police.
Manalapan resident Paul Pawlik, 21, was arrested on Sunday, Jan. 20 and charged with possession of heroin, a hypodermic needle, and providing false information to police. Ptl. Matthew Meyler of the Manalapan Township Police Department responded to Wegmans shortly after 6 p.m. on Sunday in reference to a suspicious intoxicated man inside of the supermarket. Pawlik provided the officer with a false identity, but was later correctly identified. He was found to be in possession of heroin and a hypodermic needle, according to police. He was arrested, charged, and released on summonses with a court date of Jan. 28. Pawlik was previously arrested by Manalapan police for allegedly attempting to burglarize a Livingston Lane home on Dec. 26, 2012. …
Friday, December 28, 2012
A Manalapan man reportedly attempted to burglarize a Livingston Lane home.
Manalapan resident Paul Pawlik, 21, was arrested by Manalapan Township Police on Wednesday, Dec. 26 for allegedly attempting to burglarize a Livingston Lane home. The home which Pawlik allegedly attempted to burglarize is only several homes down from where he resides. Pawlik was charged with criminal attempt for trying to force entry through a rear window of the home; he was also charged with criminal mischief for damaging the rear window screen and frame during the attempt, arrest warrants indicated. The damage to the screen and window frame is valued at $400. Pawlik is currently remanded in Monmouth County Correctional Institute in default of $10,000 bail with a 10 percent bond option, according to the Monmouth County Sheriffs Office. …