The Woodbine Station of the state police released the following information about recent arrests. Those charged are considered innocent.
Sunday, Nov. 8 - Ernest Cabral-Rosado, 24, Millville, was charged with hindering apprehension for allegedly providing false information as to his true identity while on a motor vehicle stop in Upper Township. Police said Cabral-Rosado attempted to avoid apprehension for an active warrant out for his arrest from Wildwood. He was processed and lodged in county jail on the warrant.
Monday, Nov. 9 - Dennis Perna III, 33, Woodbine, was charged with simple assault, terroristic threats and criminal restraint for allegedly assaulting his mother causing injury during a domestic dispute at their residence. He allegedly attempted to choke her and also put her in fear of her life. A temporary restraining order was served on Perna and he was processed and lodged in county jail.
Monday, Nov. 09 - Barbara Finsel, 32, Somers Point was charged with driving under the influence with two minors in the vehicle. It was reported that she had previously been involved in a domestic dispute with her boyfriend in Somers Point and she was subsequently located in Woodbine after having driven the children there. She was arrested and found to be over twice the legal limit, police said. She was charged with DWI and the criminal statute for having the children in the vehicle. She was processed and released to a relative.
Thursday, Nov. 12 - Jermaine Russell, 27, Woodbine, was charged with obstruction during the course of a fight in progress investigation in Woodbine. He reportedly disobeyed lawful commands and attempted to flee on foot, police said. He was quickly apprehended, arrested, processed and released.
Thursday, Nov. 12 - Kamill Grate, 24, Millville, was charged with aggravated assault during the course of a domestic dispute with his two-year-old child’s mother. The dispute turned physical and he allegedly slammed her head on the floor causing damage to two of her teeth and then allegedly struck her several times in the face and body causing visible signs of injury. A temporary restraining order was served on Grate and he was processed and lodged in county jail.
Tuesday, Nov. 3 - Zebulon Robinson, 31, Ocean View
Friday, Nov. 6 - Mark Hickman, 52, Cape May Courthouse
Thursday, Nov. 19 - Eric Szambelak, 33, Franklinville, NJ
Saturday, Nov. 21 - James Murray, 31, Woodbine