A Forked River woman was arrested and turned over to state police for several outstanding warrants, police said.
Lauren Jaegge, 22, was arrested after police were dispatched to Pine Tree Drive on Sept. 2 on a report of a female in need of assistance.
While the police spoke to Jaegge, it was determined that she had three New Jersey State Police warrants amounting to $2,174 and two out of Little Egg Harbor Municipal Court amounting to $952.
Jaegge was arrested and turned over to the state police.
According to the Ocean County Department of Corrections, Jaegge was charged with failure to pay fine for driving on the revoked list, shoplifting, obstruction of the administration of law and driving without a drivers’ license.
Angelmarie Schramm, 20, of Forked River was arrested after police responded to Enterprise Drive on the report of a possible dispute. It was determined that Schramm had a $215 warrant issued by Beach Haven. She was taken to headquarters and released per request of Beach Haven.
Rocco Selig, 50, of Lacey Township had a $28,901.84 warrant out of Ocean County. According to the Ocean County Department of Corrections, Selig was sent to Ocean County Jail on Sept. 3 and charged with willful nonsupport.
Police responded to Taylor Lane during the overnight hours. Someone spray painted a mailbox. The graffiti included initials. It is undetermined how much there was in repair costs.
Police reported to Harbor View Road where it was determined that a metal smoker was stolen from the backyard. The metal smoker was valued at $100.
Allison Bibbo, 46, of Forked River was pulled over for failure to maintain lane on Lakeside Drive East at 1:05 a.m. She was charged with DWI, failure to maintain lane and reckless driving.
Police reported to Argonne Avenue in Forked River where two vehicles that were left unlocked were entered during the early morning hours. Personal property belonging to three individuals, including a man’s wallet containing assorted personal identification and credit cards, $50 in cash and a money clip containing personal identification, was taken.
Police responded to a home on Neptune Court at 1 a.m. where a neighbor had complained of fireworks. Bruno Vitale, 47, of Totowa received a special form of a complaint summons charging him with the use and possession of fireworks.