Hindering Apprehension, Warrant Arrest
On November 12th at 5:42pm, Patrolman Ed Hayes arrested Michael Alleman Jr, 25, of Little Egg Harbor for hindering apprehension as well as having nearly $15,000 in warrants.
Ptl. Hayes first had contact with Alleman Jr during an October 12th traffic stop. At that time Alleman gave Ptl. Hayes a false name and information, providing Hayes with the name, date of birth, and other identifying information of a Michael Mathis. Ptl. Hayes issued two summonses to Alleman Jr on that date in Mathis’s name.
Mathis later became aware of the incident when he discovered that summonses had been issued in his name. Mathis provided Hayes with Alleman Jr’s information as Alleman Jr had apparently used Mathis’s name in the past.
On November 12th, Ptl. Hayes was on routine patrol when he observed Alleman Jr. operating a motor vehicle on Beverly Drive. Ptl. Hayes stopped Alleman Jr’s car and placed him under arrest for hindering apprehension. Alleman Jr also had a $14,608 child support warrant out of the Ocean County Sheriffs Department and a $171 contempt of court warrant out of Barnegat.
Alleman Jr was charged with hindering apprehension and was issued multiple motor vehicle summonses. He was lodged in the Ocean County Jail in default of bail.