CRIME BLOTTER: Drug, DWI Charges Reported

Recent police activity reported by the Manchester Police Department

Manchester police reported two drug possession charges on their most recent arrest blotter, released by Capt. Lisa Parker. 

The first was reported on Wednesday, Jan. 30, when Manchester resident Michael S. Hinds, 20, was charged with the offense at Pine Acres Manor by Patrolman Joseph Reilly. The second came one day later, when 25-year-old Joshua W. Hogan of Chesterfield was charged along Route 530 in Whiting by Patrolman Anthony Iliadis, according to Parker. 

Both men were released by police on summonses, Parker said.

Other incidents on the police department's blotter include:

Wednesday, Jan. 30

Daniel Greco, 48, of Manchester was arrested on an outstanding warrant on Winkle Ct. by Patrolman Robert Sharry Bail. Greco posted bail, Parker said.

Thursday, Jan. 31

Stephen H. Voss, 50, of Manchester was charged with driving while intoxicated on Manchester Boulevard and Route 70 by Patrolman Brian Volk. Voss was released on a summons, according to Parker. 

Friday, Feb. 1

Jennifer Trinka, 38, of Manchester was charged with hindering in the area of Routes and 539 by Patrolman Joseph Fastige. Trinka was transferred to the custody of another law enforcement agency, Parker said. 

Saturday, Feb. 2

Christian Reutter, 50, of Manchester was charged with DWI and had an outstanding warrant on Route 70 near Route 571 by Patrolman Joseph Reilly. Reutter posted bail and was released, according to Parker. 

Township resident Armando Nieto, 34, was charged with DWI on Route 70 near Colonial Drive by Patrolman Michael Guarino. Parker said Nieto was released with a summons.

Brick resident Nicholas S. Grosiak, 32, was picked up by police on an outstanding warrant on Ascot Lane by Patrolman Michael Terranova. Grosiak posted bail, Parker said. 

Sunday, Feb. 3

Urbano J. Torres, 38, of Lakewood was charged with DWI along Route 547 by Patrolman Steven Wendruff. According to Parker, Torres was released on a summons. 

Linda February 06, 2013 at 02:06 PM
I saw a few guys stopped for DWI and released with summons. Huh??
bhavaja February 06, 2013 at 03:54 PM
They all get released w summons to appear in court IF they don't have previous DWI/DUIs (1st time offender) - the process begins after that...glad to see so many drink driving arrests- esp since someone recently posted that nothing was being done about it on rt37/9(166) - in Manchester/Lakehurst the police are vigilant :) TY MPD!


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