Aberdeen Township Police Department

Aberdeen Township Police Department Welcome to the Official Aberdeen Township Police Department page. Matthew T. Lloyd, Chief Drug and Gang Information Hotline 732-566-1318

The men and women of the Aberdeen Township Police Department are committed to providing a safe community for all residents. The police department is comprised of two divisions: Operations and Administration. The Operations Division, commanded by a captain, consists of patrol, the traffic safety bureau, and the DARE/School Resource Officer program. The Administrative Division, also commanded by a captain, consists of communications, records, and the detective bureau.

12/19/2023

JCPL update December 19, 2023 12:05pm

The newest update from JCPL is there are about 17 customers still with out power. Any resident still impacted by the power outage and need a charging station or need warm shelter Aberdeen Town Hall is open, please see the dispatch or reception desk.

The Township has been and will continue to monitor the outages in our area. We are in contact with our JCPL representatives who are advising us of a 3:00pm restoration time. For more info visit:

12/19/2023

Due to a structure fire along Matawan Avenue in Matawan Borough we anticipate some traffic delays heading towards the middle school this morning. Please seek an alternate route.

12/19/2023

JCP&L UPDATE (7:30PM - 12/18)

Overnight storms caused significant damage across JCP&L’s service area with approximately 54,000 customers impacted across New Jersey. Crews will be working around the clock to restore service to the approximately 259 customers in Aberdeen who remain without power, primarily due to trees impacting utility equipment.

Contractor crews were brought in overnight and additional crews were added today to assist with restoration efforts throughout the day. Our primary focus at this stage is to remove any hazards and assess the damage so that our crews can access the site of an outage and begin to safely make the repairs.

At this time, we expect most impacted customers in Aberdeen to be restored by tonight. Restoration updates are available on this outage map:

2023 Winter Holiday Season If You Feel Different, You Drive Different. Drive High, Get a DUI. FACT SHEETThe U.S. Departm...
12/15/2023

2023 Winter Holiday Season
If You Feel Different, You Drive Different. Drive High, Get a DUI.

FACT SHEET

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is working alongside local law enforcement nationwide during the If You Feel Different, You Drive Different. Drive High, Get a DUI. high-visibility enforcement period, which runs from December 15, 2023, through January 1, 2024. NHTSA and Aberdeen Township Police Department are working tirelessly to spread the word about the dangers of drug-impaired driving and to remind all drivers: If you plan to use drugs, plan ahead for a sober ride home.

Know the Facts
• If you’re planning to use ma*****na or any impairing drug, do not drive. Designate a sober driver who won’t be using any drugs or call a ridesharing service or taxi. Someone who’s high shouldn’t be making decisions about driving; that’s why planning ahead is key.
• It doesn’t matter what term you use — high, stoned, or wasted — never get behind the wheel after using an impairing substance.
• In every U.S. state and territory, it is illegal to drive under the influence of drugs — no exceptions.
• Whether the drug is legally obtained or not, drug-impaired driving poses a threat to everyone on the road.
• If you think driving while high from ma*****na won’t affect you, you are wrong: It has been shown that ma*****na can slow reaction times, impair cognitive performance, and make it more difficult for drivers to keep a steady position in their lane.

Financial Impacts
• You can get a DUI for driving high, which could set you back $10,000 in attorney’s fees, fines, court costs, lost time at work, higher insurance rates, car towing, and more.
• If you’re caught driving under the influence of any impairing substance, you can face jail time. Imagine trying to explain that to your friends and family or your place of employment.
• Drug-impaired driving could cause you to lose your driver’s license and your vehicle. This could stop you from getting to work, resulting in lost wages and, potentially, job loss.

Only Drive Sober
• If you are planning to use drugs, plan ahead for a sober driver to safely get you to your destination. Like drunk driving, it is essential that drug-impaired drivers refrain from driving a vehicle. It is never okay to drive while impaired by any substance — regardless of whether it was legally obtained.
• If you have used an impairing substance such as ma*****na, do not drive. Passengers should never ride with an impaired driver. If you think a driver may be impaired, do not get in the car.
• Do you have a friend who is about to drive while impaired by drugs? Take the keys away and arrange to get them home safely. Don’t worry about offending someone — they’ll thank you later. And you might just save a life.
• If available, use your community’s sober ride program via taxi, Lyft or Uber.
• If you see an impaired driver on the road, contact the Aberdeen Township Police at 732-566-2054 or 9-1-1

For more information about the If You Feel Different, You Drive Different. Drive High, Get a DUI. enforcement period, visit www.trafficsafetymarketing.gov/get-materials/drug-impaired-driving/drive-high-get-dui.

An incident in which a pedestrian was struck and killed by a vehicle in Aberdeen Township Monday night is under active i...
12/13/2023

An incident in which a pedestrian was struck and killed by a vehicle in Aberdeen Township Monday night is under active investigation, Monmouth County First Assistant Prosecutor Julia Alonso announced today.

Shortly after 11:15 p.m. on Monday, December 11, members of the Aberdeen Township Police Department responded to the northbound lanes of State Route 35 between Prospect Avenue and Amboy Road to find the victim, an adult male resident of Aberdeen. He was subsequently pronounced deceased at the scene.

The involved driver, an adult female operating a 2017 Hyundai Sonata, remained on the scene.

An investigation involving members of the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office, Monmouth County Serious Collision Analysis Response Team (SCART), and the Aberdeen Township Police Department remains active. Anyone with information about this matter is being asked to contact MCPO Detective Kristian DeVito at 800-533-7443 or Aberdeen Township Police Department Patrolman John Palumbo at 732-566-2054, Ext. 219, or [email protected].

As of this writing, no criminal charges have been filed nor traffic summons issued with regard to this incident.

🚨🚨🚧 Road is now open 🚧🚨🚨The Aberdeen Township Police Department is currently investigating a serious motor vehicle colli...
12/12/2023

🚨🚨🚧 Road is now open 🚧🚨🚨

The Aberdeen Township Police Department is currently investigating a serious motor vehicle collision on State Highway 35 northbound near the intersection of Amboy Avenue. This roadway will be closed for several hours while we investigate. Please seek an alternate route to avoid traffic delays. More information to follow!!

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ABERDEEN TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT PRESS RELEASEOn 12/11/2023 Aberdeen Detectives executed an arrest on Julio Ozoria-Be...
12/12/2023

ABERDEEN TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT PRESS RELEASE

On 12/11/2023 Aberdeen Detectives executed an arrest on Julio Ozoria-Bencosme, of Carteret, for 1st Degree Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Minor. For the past 5 months, Aberdeen Detectives have been working on this case incessantly to ensure the victim’s voice will be heard. Due to the involvement of a juvenile, limited details will be released at this time.

We are asking anyone who has information regarding this case or has had a previous encounter of a similar nature with the defendant, to please reach out to lead investigator Detective Ronald Osadacz Jr. :

[email protected]
732-583-4200, ext. 206

We would like to thank our partners at the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office and
Bayonne Police Department. Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office Bayonne Police Department

All defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Press release prepared by Capt. Craig Hausmann 732-566-2054 Ext. 220 or [email protected]

Good Morning, this (Sunday) afternoon into Monday morning will bring rain and winds that will cause coastal flooding and...
12/10/2023

Good Morning, this (Sunday) afternoon into Monday morning will bring rain and winds that will cause coastal flooding and power outages throughout our area.

Right now would be a great time to move any leaves from your water drains in front of your home. Please secure your property. Consider charging your devices through this morning and afternoon so you have them in case of a power outage. Report power outages here: https://www.firstenergycorp.com/outages_help.html

In the case of an emergency, call 911 or Aberdeen Township Police Department at (732)566-2054.

12/08/2023
Hi! I was found wondering around Lake Blvd & 2nd Street off Atlantic Ave (across from the High School).  I don't know my...
12/05/2023

Hi! I was found wondering around Lake Blvd & 2nd Street off Atlantic Ave (across from the High School). I don't know my address so if I look familiar to you, please call the Aberdeen Police @ 732-566-2054!

ABERDEEN TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT PRESS RELEASEDuring the early morning hours of December 04, 2023, the Aberdeen Towns...
12/05/2023

ABERDEEN TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT PRESS RELEASE

During the early morning hours of December 04, 2023, the Aberdeen Township Police Department was alerted of two female juveniles knocking on doors, attempting to find a place to sleep. A resident called 9-1-1 to report this occurrence. What followed was 20 hours of diligent police work by our department’s patrol division and detective bureau, along with assistance from the Marlboro Township Police Department, Old Bridge Township Police Department and the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office.

This outstanding police work led to charging Benjamin Pessin, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with (1) count of Kidnapping , (2) counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child, and (1) count of Aggravated Sexual Assault. Our Detectives and Patrol Officers moved at a rapid pace to ensure justice for our victims as well as the removal of a threat from the public.

The children were reunited safely with their mother and the family has returned home.

If anyone has any information regarding this incident or has had any previous dealings with Pessin, please contact lead investigator Detective Heather Ford at [email protected]. Should there be an immediate need for assistance from the Aberdeen Township Police Department, call our direct line, 732-566-2054, in order to expedite our response time.

Press release prepared by Capt. Craig Hausmann 732-566-2054 Ext. 220 or [email protected]

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ABERDEEN TOWNSHIP POLICE          PRESS RELEASE The Aberdeen Township Police Department made the following arrests Novem...
12/01/2023

ABERDEEN TOWNSHIP POLICE
PRESS RELEASE

The Aberdeen Township Police Department made the following arrests November 1st through November 30th 2023:

• On November 1st, 2023 a 16-year-old male juvenile of Aberdeen, NJ was charged with robbery and aggravated assault from an incident on Glassworks Boulevard. Ptl’s Hakim Bryan and Vincent Schifini were the arresting officers.
• On November 1st, 2023 a 40-year-old male resident of Jersey City, NJ was charged with driving while intoxicated and assault by auto following a motor vehicle crash on August 1st, 2023 on State Highway 35. Ptl. John Palumbo was the arresting officer.
• On November 2nd, 2023 a 27-year-old male resident of Aberdeen, NJ was charged with driving while intoxicated, possession of CDS and possession of CDS paraphernalia following a motor vehicle crash on Lloyd Road. Ptl. Hakim Bryant was the arresting officer.
• On November 2nd, 2023 a 27-year-old male resident of Aberdeen, NJ was charged with contempt of court on a warrant issued by the Bound Brook Police Department. Ptl. Carmen Catena was the arresting officer.
• On November 6th, 2023 a 47-year-old male resident of Aberdeen, NJ was charged with simple assault following an incident on Central Avenue. Ptl. Christopher Shaw was the arresting officer.
• On November 8th, 2023 a 29-year-old female resident of Bridgewater, NJ was charged with shoplifting following incidents at the ShopRite Food Store. Det. Heather Ford was the arresting officer.
• On November 9th, 2023 a 58-year-old male resident of Aberdeen, NJ was charged with obstruction of justice and disorderly conduct following an incident on State Highway 34. Ptl. Hakim Bryant was the arresting officer.
• On November 9th, 2023 a 15-year-old male juvenile from Aberdeen, NJ was charged with criminal mischief following an incident on Chilton lane. Ptl. Michael Monteiro was the arresting officer.
• On November 9th, 2023 a 32-year-old male resident of Aberdeen, NJ was charged with contempt of court on a warrant issued by the Aberdeen Township Municipal Court. Ptl. Christopher Vetter was the arresting officer.
• On November 12th, 2023 a 43-year-old male resident of Jersey City, NJ was charged with contempt of court on a warrant issued by the Passaic County Sheriff’s Office. Ptl. Frank Maisano was the arresting officer.
• On November 13th, 2023 a 35-year-old female resident of Monmouth Junction, NJ was charged with contempt of court on a warrant issued by the Aberdeen Township Municipal Court. Ptl. Thomas Wagner was the arresting officer.
• On November 14th, 2023 a 52-year-old male resident of Aberdeen, NJ was charged with driving while intoxicated following a motor vehicle crash on Cross Road. Ptl. Liam Gallagher was the arresting officer.
• On November 15th, 2023 a 45-year-old male resident of Aberdeen, NJ was charged with possession of CDS following an incident on Lloyd Road. Sgt. Mohamed Mahmoud was the arresting officer.
• On November 16th, 2023 a 52-year-old male resident of Aberdeen, NJ was charged with contempt of contempt of court on warrants issued by the Matawan Borough and City of Newark Municipal Courts. Ptl. Christopher Vetter was the arresting officer.
• On November 18th, 2023 a 35-year-old male resident of Aberdeen, NJ was charged with contempt of court on a warrant issued by the Manville Borough Municipal Court. Ptl. Benjamin Cleaves was the arresting officer.
• On November 18th, 2023 a 70-year-old male resident of Aberdeen, NJ was charged with simple assault and obstruction of justice following an incident on Myrtle Street. Ptl. Evan Tyler was the arresting officer.
• On November 19th, 2023 a 47-year-old male resident of Linden, NJ was charged with driving while intoxicated following a motor vehicle crash on Cliffwood Avenue. Ptl. Christopher Vetter was the arresting officer.
• On November 20th, 2023 a 44-year-old male resident of Cockeysville, MD was charged burglary, theft and theft of credit card following an incident at LA Fitness. Det. Heather Ford was the arresting officer.
• On November 20th, 2023 a 32-year-old male resident of Colts Neck, NJ was charged with defiant trespassing and disorderly conduct following an incident at Shoprite Food Store. Ptl. Evan Guastaferro was the arresting officer.
• On November 20th, 2023 a 29-year-old female resident of Jersey City, NJ was charged with aggravated assault, possession of weapon for an unlawful purpose and criminal mischief following an incident on Woodmere Drive. Ptl’s Martin Walsh and Frank Maisano were the arresting officers.
• On November 21st, 2023 a 33-year-old male resident of Aberdeen, NJ was charged with terroristic threats, theft and criminal mischief following an incident on Shore Concourse. Ptl. Frank Maisano was the arresting officer.
• On November 22nd, 2023 a 23-year-old female resident of Manalapan, NJ was charged with shoplifting following an incident at ShopRite Food Store. Det. Heather Ford was the arresting officer.
• On November 22nd, 2023 a 24-year-old male resident of Matawan, NJ was charged with shoplifting following an incident at ShopRite Food Store. Det. Heather Ford was the arresting officer.
• On November 27th, 2023 a 51-year-old male resident of Aberdeen, NJ was charged with disorderly conduct following an incident on State Highway 35. Ptl. Carmen Catena was the arresting officer.
• On November 28th, 2023 a 70-year-old male resident of Marlboro, NJ was charged with aggravated assault and assault by auto following a motor vehicle crash on July 25th, 2023. Ptl. Evan Guastaferro was the arresting officer.

It should be noted that all arrestees are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law.

Officers responded to or initiated 1,261 calls for service between November 1st, and November 30th, 2023, including 39 motor vehicle accidents; 54 alarms (house/fire); 2 assaults; 3 burglary reports; 10 criminal mischief; 10 crisis interventions; 20 disorderly persons; 16 domestic disputes; 21 fire calls, 133 first aid calls; 7 frauds; 18 harassments; 1 M.V thefts; 4 narcotics; 14 thefts; 2 trespassing; 65 suspicious person/vehicle and 31 welfare checks.

Officers issued 144 summonses and conducted 222 motor vehicle stops.

Press release prepared by Chief of Police Matthew Lloyd 732-583-4200 ext. 222.

The holiday season is upon us.  Tonight is the Aberdeen Township Christmas Tree Lighting extravaganza, from 6:00 to 8:30...
11/30/2023

The holiday season is upon us. Tonight is the Aberdeen Township Christmas Tree Lighting extravaganza, from 6:00 to 8:30, in front of the municipal building. Church Street will be closed between Atlantic Avenue and Bailey Road, and at Eighth and Church Streets. There will be limited access to Eighth and Seventh Streets, to make way for holiday carriage rides. In addition to the carriage rides, there will be songs sung by a choir, stories read by Mickey Mouse, a visit from the one and only Santa Clause, and plenty more. Please be mindful if traveling in the area of the event.

At 0310 hours members of the Aberdeen Township Police Department responded to a reported working structure fire on Wi***...
11/30/2023

At 0310 hours members of the Aberdeen Township Police Department responded to a reported working structure fire on Wi******er Court (Wyndham Condominiums) off of State Highway 34.

Four (4) total units affected, two of which suffered major damage. The American Red Cross along with Aberdeen and Monmouth County OEM are assisting the victims. More importantly, we have NO injuries to occupants or first responders.

Fire is currently under investigation by the Aberdeen Police, Monmouth County Prosecutors Office and Monmouth County Fire Marshalls Office.

Thank you to the mutual aid agencies who were needed for this (3) three alarm fire and came to assist from the Bayshore region:

Police- Aberdeen, Matawan and Holmdel
EMS- Bayshore EMS, Hackensack Meridian, Monmouth County Mobile Ambulance Bus #6 and Keyport First Aid
Fire- Aberdeen, Cliffwood, Matawan, Union Beach, Hazlet, Holmdel, Marlboro and Colts Neck

The Aberdeen Township Police Department is currently accepting résumés and applications for the position of Special Law ...
11/29/2023

The Aberdeen Township Police Department is currently accepting résumés and applications for the position of Special Law Enforcement Officer Class II.

The Special Law Enforcement Officer position is part-time only (25 + Plus hours a Week-Starting pay $25.00 an hour). Special Law Enforcement Officers may eventually be considered for full-time employment, when there is a vacancy.

Each applicant MUST provide a résumé along with the basic police application and a copy of valid New Jersey Police Training Commission SLEO II certification.

Each application MUST be handwritten

Applications can be accessed by visiting https://www.aberdeennj.org/…/Basic-Application-Aberdeen-Pol… completed applications and resumes can be dropped off at:

Aberdeen Township Police Department
Attn: Lt. Brian Alberti
1 Aberdeen Square
Aberdeen, NJ 07747
Monday through Friday ONLY between 7am and 5pm.

Prospective SLEO II applicants must meet the following minimum qualifications criteria:

1. Must be a citizen of the United States.
2. Must be a resident of the State of New Jersey.
3. Must be at least 18 years of age.
4. Must be able read, write and speak the English language well and intelligently.
5. Must be sound in body and of good health and be able to perform the physical functions of the duties assigned.
6. Must be of good moral character and shall not have been convicted of any crime or offense involving moral turpitude or dishonesty that would make him/her unfit to perform the duties of police officer.
7. A minimum of a high school diploma or a GED equivalent.
8. Must possess a valid New Jersey driver’s license in good standing.
9. Must be physically capable of passing fi****ms qualifications as mandated by the N.J. Attorney General Guidelines.
10. MUST possess valid New Jersey PTC SLEO II certification.
Any applicants offered a conditional offer of employment would be required to pass a medical exam, psychological evaluation, and drug screening.

The Township of Aberdeen is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Aberdeen Township Police Department wish you all a safe and happy thanksgiving!!!!
11/23/2023

The Aberdeen Township Police Department wish you all a safe and happy thanksgiving!!!!

11/22/2023

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 21, 20023
CONTACT: Chief Robert Burton

If You Feel Different, You Drive Different.
‘Tis the Season to Drive Sober

[Bayshore Towns] — Like drunk driving, drug-impaired driving is deadly. Choosing to drive impaired puts the driver, his or her passengers, and other road users at risk. During the busy holiday period, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is teaming up with the Police Chiefs in the Bayshore Area to spread the message: If You Feel Different, You Drive Different. It is never okay to drive impaired, and it is critical to make a plan for a sober driver if you think your plans could include drinking and/or drugs – whether legally prescribed or illegally obtained.

The Bayshore Task Force, comprised of ten Police Departments in Aberdeen, Atlantic Highlands, Hazlet, Highlands, Holmdel, Keansburg, Keyport, Matawan, Middletown, and Union Beach Police, some will be deploying officers as part of a DWI Saturation Patrol during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. All ten departments are in the process of approval for awarded grants from the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety to conduct saturation patrols over the next twelve months. Additional saturation patrols will be scheduled to coincide with holidays and other periods prone to increases in drunk and drugged driving-related crashes.

As people are preparing to make their way across New Jersey for the Thanksgiving feast this week, the Police Chiefs in the Bayshore area are urging motorists and pedestrians alike to be extra careful during one of the busiest, and most dangerous, holidays for travelers.

The Chiefs are encouraging their communities to help ensure families and friends keep spirits light and people safe during the holidays. “Driving under the influence of any impairing substance is unsafe. We know ma*****na is an impairing substance, and any impairment is dangerous when you’re behind the wheel of a vehicle,” said Chief Robert Burton, Highlands Police Department.

It doesn’t matter what term you use: If a person is feeling a little high, stoned, or wasted, he or she should not get behind the wheel. And, if you think being high won’t affect your driving, you’re wrong. It has been proven that ma*****na can slow reaction times, impair cognitive performance, and make it more difficult for drivers to keep a steady position in their lane.

Those who plan to use drugs should not drive. Even over the counter and prescription medications can have impairing effects. Take caution before driving after using any medication. If you find yourself drug-impaired and stranded with your vehicle, give your keys to a sober driver who can safely drive you home. Remind your friends to never get in the vehicle with an impaired driver. If you have a friend who is about to drive while drug-impaired, take the keys away and help them get home safely. Don’t worry about offending someone — you could save a life. If you’re a designated driver, stick to the plan: don’t drink or use drugs (legally or illegally obtained).

There are plenty of options to help impaired drivers get home safely, such as designating a sober driver or calling a taxi or rideshare. If you see an impaired driver on the road, do not hesitate to contact your local law enforcement agency, or dial 911.
During this busy holiday period, let’s work together to help keep America’s roadways safe. Please join NHTSA in sharing the lifesaving message, If You Feel Different, You Drive Different.

For more information on impaired driving, please visit www.nhtsa.gov/risky-driving/drug-impaired-driving.

Thank you, to all those who live or travel in the Bayshore area, for doing your part to keep all who travel on New Jersey roadways safe during the holiday season and throughout the year.

11/22/2023

The Aberdeen Township Police Department is currently aware of power outages in the Strathmore section of the Township. JCP&L has been advised and currently has a restoration of service around midnight tonight. The official statement provided was due to weather related issues. This power outage is believed to have originated in Marlboro Township near the intersection of Route 79. Please do not contact the Aberdeen Township Police Department regarding your power outage. You need to contact JCP&L directly.

The fourth annual Colin Meany Memorial ice hockey game:November 24th, 20235:00PMOld Bridge Ice Hockey Arena 1 Old Bridge...
11/20/2023

The fourth annual Colin Meany Memorial ice hockey game:

November 24th, 2023
5:00PM
Old Bridge Ice Hockey Arena
1 Old Bridge Plaza
Old Bridge, New Jersey

Admission is $10.00 per person at the door. This game between Saint John Vianney boys ice hockey team and the New Jersey State Policemen’s Benevolent Association hockey team will be played in memory of Colin Meany with all the proceeds going to the Concussion Legacy Foundation. Colins’s father Michael Meany began his law enforcement career with the Matawan Borough Police Department and then moved over to the Aberdeen Township Police Department where achieved the rank of Sergeant. Michael finished his career as a Lieutenant with the Monmouth County Prosecutors Office. Please support this cause and the Meany family.

For more information, contact Mike Meany at [email protected] or text 732-803-5425.

11/17/2023

Final Paving Notices for Norwood and Chilton Lane.

11/16/2023

⚠ Parents: make sure your teen knows about the Move Over Law. When they see emergency lights flashing on the side of the road, advise them to slow down and move over to give first responders the space they need to work safely.

Make sure your new driver knows that it isn’t a suggestion, it’s the LAW.

🚨thank you, my humans were located !! Female dog found on Atlantic Avenue. Her name is “Mama Dawg”. If you know her owne...
11/10/2023

🚨thank you, my humans were located !!

Female dog found on Atlantic Avenue. Her name is “Mama Dawg”. If you know her owner please contact 732-566-2054.

11/09/2023

🚨 Update subject was located safe 🚨

11/09/2023

The missing juvenile has been located safely and returned home. Thank you to everyone that assisted in the effort to locate him.

11/08/2023

Come one come all!! Come to our Veterans Day Car Show. Unique and custom cars bikes and jeeps, with food trucks available to the residents!!

11/04/2023

Chilton, Courtland and Carol Residents!

11/03/2023

****roadway open***

The Aberdeen Township Police Department is currently at the scene of a box truck that was on fire. The intersection of Lloyd Road and Church Street will be closed as Monmouth County Hazmat investigates. Detours have been set up, but its best to avoid the area and seek an alternate route. No injuries to the driver and or damage to surrounding structures.

Great job by Cliffwood Volunteer Fire Company #1 Station 63-2, Aberdeen Township Hose and Chemical Co. #1 and Washington Engine Co.

ABERDEEN TOWNSHIP POLICE          PRESS RELEASE The Aberdeen Township Police Department made the following arrests Octob...
11/01/2023

ABERDEEN TOWNSHIP POLICE
PRESS RELEASE

The Aberdeen Township Police Department made the following arrests October 1st through October 31st 2023:

• On October 1st, 2023 a 17-year-old male juvenile from Aberdeen, NJ was charged with hindering following an incident on Atlantic Avenue. Ptl. Evan Tyler was the arresting officer.
• On October 1st, 2023 a 23-year-old female resident of New Brunswick, NJ was charged with contempt of court on a warrant issued by the New Brunswick Municipal Court. Ptl. Hakim Bryant was the arresting officer.
• On October 4th, 2023 a 37-year-old male resident from South Amboy, NJ was charged with simple assault following an incident at the Aberdeen Train Station. Ptl. William Novak was the arresting officer.
• On October 6th, 2023 a 67-year-old male resident of Aberdeen, NJ was charged with driving while intoxicated following a motor vehicle crash on State Highway 34. Ptl. Samuel Benson was the arresting officer.
• On October 9th, 2023 a 38-year-old male resident of Englishtown, NJ was charged with contempt of court on a warrant issued by the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office. Ptl. Christopher Vetter was the arresting officer.
• On October 15th, 2023 a 23-year-old male resident from Staten Island, NY was charged with shoplifting following an incident at ShopRite Food Store. Ptl. Michael Monteiro was the arresting officer.
• On October 18th, 2023 a 34-year-old male resident from Aberdeen, NJ was charged with simple assault following an incident on Lower Main Street. Ptl. Christopher Shaw was the arresting officer.
• On October 18th, 2023 a 54-year-old male resident from Aberdeen, NJ was charged with contempt of court on a warrant issued from the Aberdeen Township Municipal Court. Ptl. Liam Gallagher was the arresting officer.
• On October 19th, 2023 a 62-year-old male resident of Aberdeen, NJ was charged with contempt of court on a warrant issued by the Aberdeen Township Municipal Court. Ptl. Liam Gallagher was the arresting officer.
• On October 21st, 2023 a 39-year-old male resident of Aberdeen, NJ was charged with simple assault following an incident on County Road. Ptl. Liam Gallagher was the arresting officer.
• On October 21st, 2023 a 38-year-old male resident of Garfield, NJ was charged with contempt of court on warrants issued by the Garfield, Teaneck and Wall Township Municipal Courts. Ptl. Evan Guastaferro was the arresting officer.
• On October 21st, 2023 a 50-year-old male resident of Middletown, NJ was charged with driving while intoxicated following a motor vehicle stop on State Highway 35. Ptl. Liam Gallagher was the arresting officer.
• On October 22nd, 2023 a 45-year-old male resident of Aberdeen, NJ was charged with driving while intoxicated following a motor vehicle stop on Church Street. Ptl. Christopher Shaw was the arresting officer.
• On October 23rd, 2023 a 58-year-old male resident of Sayreville, NJ was charged with disorderly conduct and criminal trespass following an incident on State Highway 35. Ptl. Samuel Benson was the arresting officer.
• On October 25th, 2023 40-year-old male resident of Highlands, NJ was charged with harassment and criminal mischief following an incident on County Road. Ptl. John Palumbo was the arresting officer.
• On October 29th, 2023 a 39-year-old male resident of Trenton, NJ was charged with contempt of court on a warrant issued by the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office. Ptl. Jose Veliz was the arresting officer.

It should be noted that all arrestees are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law.

Officers responded to or initiated 1,437 calls for service between October 1st, and October 31st 2023, including 58 motor vehicle accidents; 64 alarms (house/fire); 2 assaults; 0 burglary reports; 12 criminal mischief; 9 crisis interventions; 22 disorderly persons; 17 domestic disputes; 9 fire calls, 96 first aid calls; 7 frauds; 15 harassments; 1 M.V thefts;1 narcotics; 13 thefts; 3 trespassing; 54 suspicious person/vehicle and 26 welfare checks.

Officers issued 204 summonses and conducted 282 motor vehicle stops.

Press release prepared by Chief of Police Matthew Lloyd 732-583-4200 ext. 222.

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