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County Sheriff Reports 3 Lacey Arrests in November

Sheriff’s department recently released arrest information

Three Lacey residents were among 44 people listed in the November arrest blotter by the Ocean County Sheriff’s Department, according to information recently released by Cpt. Matthew Armstrong.

From January through Nov. 30, the department made 1,171 arrests and extradited 43 fugitives from out of state to face charges in Ocean County.

Of the 44 arrested in November, eight were for outstanding child support arrears totaling $111,866 and one was a fugitive from justice.

Those arrested in Lacey were: 

Nov. 30
Rachel Nani, 22, of Lanoka Harbor was arrested on a superior court warrant for allegedly failing to comply with the Ocean County Drug Court Program. She was sent to the Ocean County Jail with no option for bail.

Nani was previously indicted for allegedly breaking into a woman’s car, stealing her wallet and credit cards and using one of them at the Lacey ShopRite in June.

Nov. 28
Robert Braden, 43, of Forked River was arrested by sheriff detectives on a Superior Court warrant for allegedly failing to comply with the Ocean County Drug Court Program. He was sent to the Ocean County jail with no option for bail. 

Nov. 19
Timothy Davis, 43, of Forked River was arrested by sheriff officers on a superior court warrant for allegedly failing to comply with the Ocean County Drug Court Program. He was also sent to the county jail with no option for bail.

Davis was previously indicted for his role in an auto part theft ring.

ed crowley December 09, 2012 at 01:10 PM
What was the outcome of Davis"s charges from last year? Multiple thefts and no jail time yet.
tiffany December 09, 2012 at 01:49 PM
It's a sin...$111,000 in back child support between 8 people....the department needs to really stick to the " 2 weeks behind rule " and go get em so the amounts owed don't get that high.
frank rizzo December 09, 2012 at 06:53 PM
whatever happened to the megan otte case where she let her dog starve to death inside a dog carrier after she abandoned it?
ed crowley December 10, 2012 at 12:38 AM
Justice moves slowly. We would not need more police if the rest of the justice department did their job. The police are arresting the same people,
jennifer duffy December 10, 2012 at 04:16 PM
Just proves my point in the hole drug court thing. Dose not work.
JAKE 2 December 10, 2012 at 08:40 PM
Drug court does work , Maybe you should attend a graduation and see how many successful addicts in recovery make it through the program. . Yes and some while in recovery may relapse , thats why they are in the program , so they learn that drugs are not the answer with dealing with life. Some may need a jail stay to freshen their memories,,,and get them back on track. . They are non violent drug addicts who are there to be rehabilated !!! yea and it is our problem , the drugs are way to easy to get !!! Schools need to educate more, not just how they affect your life in the present , but what it does to their futures !!!!
JAKE 2 December 10, 2012 at 08:47 PM
and jail court is their jail time !!!! They are not being arrested for doing the same crimes.....they are off the street s..... when your in drug court that is your sentence.... with alot of commitment ! everyone voices their opinions with no knowledge on what their talking about !!! gezzzz
JAKE 2 December 11, 2012 at 01:52 AM
im sorry, i meant drug court is their sentence ... drug court is their jail time.., not jail court,


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