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Oct 02, 2021

Two Arrested for Multiple Burglaries and Thefts Throughout Asbury Park

On Wednesday, Sept. 22, Officer Stephen Love of the Asbury Park Police Department responded to 209 Fourth Ave. (Asbury Lanes) for a report of a burglary and theft to the premises. In this incident, numerous bottles of liquor were reported stolen as well as criminal mischief performed to various secured areas within.  

On Saturday, Sept. 25, Officer Michael Treadway of the Asbury Park Police responded to 510 Deal Lake Dr. for a report of another burglary and theft to a premise. This incident involved numerous parcels being stolen from the mailroom.  

As a result of Detective Anthony Houlis’ investigation of both incidents, Daniel T. Ferrara Jr., 49, of Ocean Grove, was arrested and charged with two counts of Burglary and multiple accounts of Theft. Ferrara was processed at the Asbury Park Police Headquarters and then transported and lodged at the Monmouth County Correctional Institution pending a court date.  

On Saturday, Sept. 18, officers of the Asbury Park Police Department responded to 610 Sewall Ave. (Munroe Tower) for a report of a theft. In this incident, the victim reported that an unknown person stole their electric trike scooter from the basement of the premise.

On Wednesday, Sept. 22, the Asbury Park Police Department responded to 531 Cookman Ave. (Asbury Ale House) for a report of an unknown/unauthorized person entering the establishment’s basement. Upon management checking, the subject was unable to be located. 

On Thursday, Sept. 23, police responded to 610 Bangs Ave. (Barrio Costero) for a report of burglary and theft. In this incident, an unknown person entered the establishment and stole various DeWalt power tools, a laptop computer and numerous bottles of liquor.

On Thursday, Sept. 23, the Asbury Park Police Department responded to 601 Mattison Ave. (The Black Swan) for a report of a burglary and theft to a premise. In this incident, also reported was numerous bottles of liquor stolen.    

As a result of Houlis’ investigations of the aforementioned incidents, Latie M. Nealy III, 45, of Asbury Park, was arrested and charged with four counts of Burglary and multiple accounts of Theft.  Nealy was processed at the Asbury Park Police Headquarters and then transported and lodged at the Monmouth County Correctional Institution pending a court date.