Cops interrupt burglary at Middletown’s red store

assetContent (73)MIDDLETOWN – Authorities are investigating the attempted burglary of store that was interrupted early Thursday morning. Some time before 4:15 a.m. on Thursday, police responded to The Red Store on the corner of Navesink and Monmouth avenues in the Navesink section of the township for a possible burglary in progress. Officers arrived at the scene and…

Posted: October 8th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Monmouth County News | Tags: , , | 5 Comments »

5 Comments on “Cops interrupt burglary at Middletown’s red store”

  1. Stop the Animal Abuse said at 6:00 pm on October 8th, 2015:





    Dogs are not capable of reading the law, upholding the law, or taking an oath to the US Constitution. Citizens of these United States should demand from every one of our elected officials that zero of our tax dollars will be wasted on programs that try to pretend dogs are law enforcement agents and stop wasting police resources on dog training.

  2. Al Asarnov said at 6:42 pm on October 8th, 2015:

    I feel as though someone has tried to ransack part of my childhood. Glad the attempted burglary was stopped. Also glad that a place filled with good memories still exists in this strange world.

  3. Proud K9 Officer Supporter said at 9:13 pm on October 8th, 2015:

    To Stop The Animal Abuse :
    So are you saying there should be no dogs used within the military as well then ?
    Dogs may not be capable of reading the law or upholding the law, and considering they don’t do anything illegal under our laws in the first place I’m not sure how that’s even irrelevant, but they do HELP us to hold citizens accountable for their actions that are illegal under our laws. Please, tell me, do you know a human that could track the scent of a criminal, sniff out bombs and drugs ? I for one believe they are a helpful and crucial member to ANY and EVERY police force. GOD BLESS THEM AND THEIR PARTNERS.

  4. OFFICER frankincense said at 9:38 pm on October 8th, 2015:

    Officer Dollinger,
    You and I both know that within the near future arrests for marijuana are going to decrease the majority of your background this arrests for marijuana nowadays we have a much bigger problem which is heroin unfortunately most that do either of these drugs including alcohol have issues but not all of them. If you don’t get the scent for the dog from the person in the first place that dog is just hunting a human possibly not even the human that actually rather allegedly committed the crime in the first place. The red stores a pretty iconic place. I would hope that something like that wouldn’t go down, but at the same time there needs to be a reform on the laws in the brute force that has been imposed by township police with in that area obviously if there has not been any change and its getting worse its not working. Good luck to you you’re going to need it because the way things are run now you’re just going to overcrowd the jail system and then move up in rank just based on quota and let’s be honest you have a quota

  5. science disagrees said at 7:27 am on October 9th, 2015:

    right Government Leach, and the science disagrees with you, dogs dont sniff anything out with any reliability and numerous studies and trials have demonstrated that finding. The police or military would have the same success rate hiring Mrs Cleo and her psychic network to guess who the criminals are and what they might be up to. Dogs are cute and better friends than most people, but the scientific and real-world evidence is clear, they are about as trustworthy as their modern day human police officer counterparts, not very.