Ocean Township — A township resident allegedly got into an altercation with a Board of Education employee and stole documents she wasn’t entitled to.
According to the Ocean Township Police Department, on March 6, the 911 Center received a call from the Ocean Board of Education building located at 163 Monmouth Rd. about an assault.
The caller identified the accused as Thomasina Lloyd, a 35-year-old township resident, and said she was last seen running south on Monmouth Road.
Officer Kathleen DeLanoy arrived on location and learned through her investigation that Lloyd was speaking with the victim, a board employee, about obtaining confidential documents pertaining to her child.
Police reports say when Lloyd learned that she was not entitled to certain documents she became upset. The victim attempted to calm the situation down but was unable to.
Lloyd became more upset and a physical altercation ensued. During the course of the altercation, Lloyd physically took the documents from the employee and fled the building.
The employee was not injured during the altercation.
Officer Carter located Lloyd a short time later at the intersection of Monmouth Road and Roosevelt Ave. She was found to be in possession of the now stolen documents and was subsequently placed under arrest.
Lloyd was transported to Ocean Twp. Police Department were she was charged with Robbery.
The charges were placed on a warrant and bail was set at $1,000 with a 10 percent option by Judge Timothy McGoughran. Lloyd defaulted on her bail and was transported to Monmouth County Correctional Institute pending a court appearance.