Perth Amboy Police Blotter: Nov. 25-Dec. 10

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Wilber Santiago was charged with burglary to a residence (Perth Amboy police photo)

Wilber Santiago was charged with burglary to a residence (Perth Amboy police photo)

Nov. 25 at 5:45 p.m. – Police arrested city residents Antonio Xicotencatl, 31 and Salvador Rodriguez, 30, where were charged with aggravated assault with a weapon. They allegedly assaulted a patron of Club 41 on Fayette Street with a silver belt buckle, bar stools and beer bottles after getting into an argument with him. Bail was set at $25,000 with no 10% option for the defendants. Detective Sergeant Carmelo Jimenez was the arresting officer.

Dec. 8 – Police arrested city resident David Dimatties, 40, who was charged with theft from a building for allegedly stealing from St. Stephens Church on State Street. A crystal wine craft full of wine from the church was recovered. Diamatties was released on a summons.

Nelson Emilio Alvarado Jimenez was charged with drug possession (Perth Amboy police photo)

Nelson Emilio Alvarado Jimenez was charged with drug possession (Perth Amboy police photo)

Dec. 9 – Responding to a report  of a burglary in progress at Grant Avenue, police arrested city resident Wilber Santiago, 48, who was charged with burglary to a residence, possession of stolen property, possession of burglary tools, possession of heroin, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bail was set at $35,000 with no 10 percent option.

Dec. 10 – In the area of Market and Sheridan streets, police arrested city resident Nelson Emilio Alvarado Jimenez, 30, who was charged with charged with possession of cocaine and possession of over 5 ounces of cocaine with the intent to distribute. Officers recovered approximately 710 grams of cocaine with a street value of $71,000 and $1,071 cash. Detective Sergeant Carmelo Jimenez Jr. led the investigation.


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