Police Activity Report (June 4 – 6, 2014)
By Saul Qersdyn
Published: June 6, 2014 @ 10:11 PM EST
June 4, 2014
Michel Reis, age 33, of Roselle Park was arrested in connection with two assaults that occurred over the past month.
Reis was charged with two counts of Simple Assault and two counts of Aggravated Assault after a police investigation found probable cause that Reis strangled and assaulted an individual familiar to him on two occasions at his home in Roselle Park.
The victim suffered minor physical injuries during the assaults. Reis was lodged in the Union County Jail on $40,000 bail.
June 5, 2014
During a traffic stop on East Westfield Avenue, Travis Duru, 19, of Jersey City was arrested for possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS) and related offenses after he was found with four (4) bags of marijuana.
His passenger, Chiemeka Duru, 27, also of Jersey City, was arrested on a $750 warrant from Union Municipal Court. He was later released into custody of the Union Police Department.
June 6, 2014
At 7:20 a.m., Roselle Park Police responded to a disturbance on the 10 block of Warren Avenue, an area that was temporarily cordoned off to allow a large crane access to a driveway of a local business. At the scene, police found an occupied vehicle parked in the ‘Emergency – No Parking’ zone. A witness reported that the vehicle’s occupant had just removed the temporary ‘No Parking’ signs and discarded them in the street. The occupant of the vehicle was found to be a 53-year-old female resident of Warren Avenue, Marlin J. Schneeberger, who refused several requests to move her vehicle to comply with the temporary parking restrictions. Mrs. Schneeberger eventually moved her vehicle but quickly returned to the scene.
According to the police report, Mrs. Schneeberger – pacing back and forth – aggressively approached police officers and workers at the scene. She then screamed at both for allowing the crane to enter the adjacent driveway. Mrs. Schneeberger continued her irate behavior and called 9-1-1 on the police officers she was speaking to at her residence. Mrs. Schneeberger’s behavior reportedly continued to disturb the neighborhood and obstruct the duties of the responding police officers. She was then advised that she was under arrest but resisted and violently fought the officer’s efforts to take her into custody.
Meanwhile, Marlin’s 22-year-old daughter, Maryellen Schneeberger, allegedly attacked the police officers trying to arrest her mother. After a brief but violent struggle, both were detained and arrested. One of the police officers suffered a knee injury and sustained several lacerations to his arm during the assault.
Marlin J. Schneeberger was charged with Obstruction of Justice, Disorderly Conduct, Resisting Arrest, and Creating a False Public Alarm. Maryellen M. Schneeberger was charged with Aggravated Assault and Obstruction of Justice. Both were later released pending an appearance in Union County Superior Court.