Loch Arbour Criminal Lawyer
Few criminal arrests and DWI charges are made in Loch Arbour. Traffic picks up noticeably in the summer months, when alcohol related arrests are more common. If you are facing a DUI or criminal charges in Loch Arbour Court, speak with a defense lawyer before appearing in court. I can answer your questions and make sure that your rights are protected.
Loch Arbour Municipal Court
The Loch Arbour Court is located at: 399 Monmouth Rd., in Oakhurst, NJ 07755. The court can be reached by phone at: (732) 531-5005. The court only on Tuesdays.
The judge in Loch Arbour Court is the Honorable Joel N. Kreizman, J.M.C. The prosecutor is Timothy F. McGoughran, Esq.
Loch Arbour – New Jersey
Loch Arbour is a village in Monmouth County, named after Lochaber, Scotland. It is located along the Atlantic Ocean in the eastern part of the County, bordered to the north by Allenhurst Borough and to the south by the City of Asbury Park. It was formed as a Village in 1957 from portions of Ocean Township and is the only municipality in the state still using the village form of government, although there are three others that maintain the Villa type of government. Its residents have rejected the merger of the village with Ocean Township, Allenhurst or Interlaken.
The village has a total area of 0.1 square miles, made up of 79% land, according to the last Census. The estimated population, in 2003, was 275 people. The data from the 2000 Census show an increase to 280. This makes Loch Arbour the fifth smallest municipality, by population, in the state.
According to the 2000 Census, the racial makeup of the village was 95.00% White, 2.14% Black or African American with a scant 0.71% Hispanic or Latino of any race. By 2010, the proportions had changed to 84.2% White and 10.0% Hispanic or Latino. The major ancestry groups reported by Loch Arbour residents have also varied from 2000 to 2010. Thus, at the time of Census, origins were 38.6% Irish, 22.1% Italian, 17.5% German, 11.1% English, 8.2% Hungarian and 6.1% Scotch-Irish. Ten years later, all percentages had been reduced and other groups were added, such as Black or African American, Greek, French Ukrainian and Polish (2% each) and Danish, Russian, Romanian, Welsh, Dutch and Belgian (1% each).
The median age of Loch Arbour’s residents was 43 years in 2000 (vs. 36.7 for the state), with 15.7% of the population 65 years of age or older. A similar percentage was represented by the population under the age of 18.
The estimated median household income in 2000 was $68,542, climbing to $114,181 by 2009 and leveling at $88.043 by 2010. More than 10% of the people had an income $200,000 and over in 2010. None of the families of Loch Arbour were living below the poverty line. The estimated median house or condo value in 2000 was $312,100, a figure that almost tripled in 2009 ($874,893). Everybody owns at least one vehicle, and more than 10% own four or more vehicles. The cost of living measured in January 2011 was 121.1 vs. the U.S. average of 100.
In the matter of education, data from 2010 show that all the population 25 years and over of Loch Arbour had completed high school or higher. A fifth of this population has completed a graduate degree and a third have a bachelor’s degree.
The total crime risk index, in 2010, was 91 vs. 73 for the state. The highest risk indexes are represented by larceny (185 vs. 62) and rape (156 vs. 39). The lowest risk is posed by robbery (5 vs. 108) while murder and assault are below the state levels (11 vs. 84 and 30 vs. 62).