1980 Vineland near-riot

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iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii Vineland Court iMiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Emillo Cruz, MIT Apts.. 301 south East Boulevard, charged with participating participating in a riot and attempted assault on a police officer, was bound over for grand jury action by Judge Daniel C. Hoffman in Vineland municipal court. The charges stemmed from an Incident Incident at Sixth and Montrose sts. earlier this month when a mob surrounded two police officers and threw rocks and bottles at police patrol cars. Larry Brown, also known as Larry Matthews, Bridgeton, waived a preliminary preliminary hearing and was bound over for grand jury action on a charge of assault assault with a motor vehicle. Arnold Fields, Newfield, was held for grand jury action on charges of burglary and theft. Edwin Rafael Aponte, 822 Pear St., was bound over to the grand jury for interfering with police. Caesar Martinez, Walnut Villa Apts., waived a hearing and was bound over for grand jury action on charges of making threats to kill. Charges of burglary against Jose Perez, 608 Chestnut ave., and theft against Mike Ingersoll, Mays Landing, were referred to the prosecutor for disposition. disposition. Carmelo Ruiz, 838 Cherry St., and Sammy Gonzalez Jr., 712 Cherry St., were both fined $50 and $25 by Judge Hoffman on disorderly charges. Darma Quinta, Walnut Villa Apts., was assessed $25 and $25 for harassment. harassment. Miguel Santiago, 730 Montrose St., received a suspended $25 fine and paid $25 costs for disorderly conduct. Maria Gonzalez, east Landis ave., and Terry Jones, 891 north Mill rd., both paid $50 and $25 costs on bad check charges. Cotrenia Pritchett, Newfield, was assessed $25 and $25 for assault. Counter malicious damage complaints complaints against Karen Conahan, 201 Montrose St., and Mark Chinnici, 303 south Second st., were dismissed for lack of prosecution. Manuel DeJesus, 323 Cherry st., charged with having three apartments In a two-family two-family two-family dwelling, renting an apartment without an occupancy permit permit and failure to provide hot water to a second floor apartment, received a suspended $250 fine and paid $75 costs. Michael Coombs, 1162 Fairmount ave., was found not guilty of possession of marijuana. Assault charges against Alfonso Mates, Mates, Earl Apts., 51 Chestnut ave., and Castro Matos, same address, were dismissed dismissed for lack of prosecution.

Clipped from The Daily Journal29 Aug 1980, FriPage 3

The Daily Journal (Vineland, New Jersey)29 Aug 1980, FriPage 3
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