Two Monmouth County men were charged with receiving stolen property in last week, according to information released by Capt. Lisa Parker.
Barry C. Schiff, 45, of Asbury Park, and William R. Schindler, 30, of West Keansburg, were issued the charges by Patrolman Patrick Morgan on Route 70 at mile marker 41.5 on Tuesday, June 26. Both men then were transferred to the Long Branch Police Department, according to Parker.
Other charges on the police blotter include:
Sunday, June 24
Patrolman Steven Wendruff charged Manchester resident Charles L. Martone, 43, with possession of a controlled dangerous substance and possession of drug paraphernalia on Stonybrook Road. Martone was taken to the Ocean County Jail in Toms River, Parker said.
Monday, June 25
Frank T. Martinez, 44, of Manchester, was charged with aggravated assault on Racoon Avenue by Detective Chris Hemhauser. Police took Martinez to the Ocean County Jail in Toms River, according to Parker.
Brick resident Ashley M. Dipianta, 20, was charged by Hemhauser with theft at the Manchester Police Department headquarters on Colonial Drive. Dipianta was taken to the Ocean County Jail in Toms River, Parker said.
Thursday, June 28
Two Barnegat men, Michael J. Solden, 23, and James C. Tyger, 24, were charged with disorderly conduct on Route 547 by Patrolman Jesse Hoydis. Tyger received an additional charged of assault on a police officer and was taken to the Ocean County Jail in Toms River, according to Parker, while Solden was released with a summons.
Friday, June 29
Richard L. Carson, 24, of Manchester, was charged with driving while intoxicated on Route 571 near Richard Avenue by Patrolman Christian Nazario. Carson was released with a summons, Parker said.
Saturday, June 30
Manchester resident Devine M. Grace, 19, was on Neal Place by Wendruff. Grace was taken to the Ocean County Jail in Toms River, according to Parker.
Antonio Thomas Jr., 18, of Toms River, was charged with underage possession of alcohol on Route 37 near Colonial Drive by Wendruff. Thomas was released with a summons, according to Parker.
The above charges are not an indication of guilt.