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Howell Woman Indicted on Assault Charges

Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office releases indictments

Desiree L. Moore, 36, of Angle Inn was indicted on several charges by a Monmouth County Grand Jury. 

Moore was indicted on two counts of second degree aggravated assault. According to the indictment on or about June 15 Moore is alleged to have caused "serious bodily injury," to two different people.

She also faces four counts of fourth degree assault by auto for "driving recklessly, and causing bodily injury," to four more people on or about the same date. 

Moore was also indicted on two counts of second degree endangering the welfare of a child involving an 8-month-old and a 15-year-old.

In other indictments:

Christopher R. Skerstad, 28 of West 3rd Street was indicted on one count of fourth degree credit card theft. On or about June 20 Skerstad is alleged to have gotten a T.D. Bank Visa card knowing it had been "lost, mislaid, or delivered under a mistake as to the identity or address of the cardholder," according to the indictment. 

He was also charged with one count of third degree fraudulent use of a credit card for using a card that was not his. 

Lisa M. Dulany, 32, of Route 9 South was indicted on one count of second degree aggravated assault for an incident on or about Aug. 2. She was also indicted on one count of third degree possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose for having a knife "with a purpose to use it unlawfully against the person or property," according to the indictment. 

Dulany was also indicted on one count of fourth degree unlawful possession of a weapon for having the knife and one count of certain persons not to have a weapon stemming from a previous conviction in 2009 for possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

Ryan W. Christensen, 32, of Jackson was indicted on one count of fourth degree stalking for incidents that happened between July 23 and Aug. 2 in Howell. He was also indicted on one count of third degree terroristic threats for an incident in the township on Aug. 2.

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Lucy October 22, 2012 at 04:40 PM
Clean em' up "Road Dogs!" Way to get the trash off the streets! Good Job... :)
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