Hunterdon County Prosecutor
Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III, announced Monday the sentencing of Catherine L. Brady, 46, of Glen Gardner, N.J.
On June 17, Catherine Brady, the former treasurer of the Delaware Valley Horsemen’s Association, was sentenced to five years probation by the Honorable Angela F. Borkowski, JSC. Brady had previously pleaded guilty to one count of third degree theft on January 29.
Brady was arrested on April 14, 2015, for stealing over $68,000 from the Delaware Valley Horsemen’s Association. She was a trusted officer of the organization with access to their funds and accounts during the time she committed the theft.
As a condition of her probation, Brady is responsible for making restitution to the Delaware Valley Horsemen’s Association for $65,000. Brady provided a $10,000 payment in court during her sentencing.
Delaware Valley Horsemen’s Association is located at 299 Ringoes-Rosemont Road in Sergeantsville, N.J.
Lambertville Police Department
Kristina E. Bienkowski, 28, of Burlington, N.J., was arrested on June 13 at 7 p.m. for an active warrant.
On June 13, Bienkowski arrived at police headquarters in reference to a Failure to Appear warrant for her arrest. Lt. Brown confirmed the warrant issued out of Superior Court of Hunterdon County for failure to appear.
Lt. Brown formally placed Bienkowski under arrest and processed her for the warrant. Bienkowski was later lodged in the Hunterdon County Jail.
Brian J. Mulvaney, 31, of Lambertville, was arrested on June 14 at 12:58 p.m. for Disorderly Conduct.
On June 12, Sgt. Memolo responded to the area of Sheridan Park for a report of a male subject who climbed on top of a building and was throwing a tennis ball against a house. Sgt. Memolo made contact with the male subject, who was identified as Mulvaney. Sgt. Memolo later charged Mulvaney with Disorderly Conduct, and released him with a pending court date.
On June 14, a resident of George Street reported a loss of money as a result of a phone scam. The caller identified themselves to the victim as working for the U.S. Department of Treasury, and said they needed to be sent money to satisfy tax debt. The caller gave the victim several names in which to send MoneyGrams for specified amounts of money.
The victim sent the money to the specified locations as directed via MoneyGram. The victim did not suspect the phone call was a scam until after the money had been sent. Several other residents in the area have reported receiving similar phone calls from the same phone number, however, no other resident has suffered any monetary loss or identity theft as a result. Ptl. Pascoe investigated.
On June 14, a resident of North Main Street reported the theft of a package. The victim stated that they were expecting a package to be delivered to their residence on June 11. The victim advised that they received confirmation from USPS that the package was delivered on June 11 at 10:52 a.m. The victim believes the package to have contained articles of clothing, but was unable to immediately provide specific information.
The victim’s neighbors reported having seen a package on the victim’s front porch on June 11, but were unable to provide a time they observed the package, and did not see anyone take it. Sgt. Gramlich investigated.
(Information is provided by law enforcement officials, and is assumed accurate. All suspects and arrested persons are presumed not guilty unless proven guilty in a Court of Law or until such rights are waived by the accused.)
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