Randolph Township Parental Abduction
Posted: February 3, 2006
UPDATE FEBRUARY 15TH: Detective John Fichter of the Randolph Police Department has advised that the father and son have been located. Mr. Ronald Kolenda is in police custody and Ronnie Kolenda is in protective custody.
On Sunday, January 29th, Mr. Ronald Kolenda failed to return his 11-year old son Ronnie Kolenda as per a visitation agreement.
Mr. Kolenda has had contact with the Randolph Township Police Department and is refusing to return his son. He is currently wanted by the police for interference with a custody order. His son, Ronnie Kolenda, is listed as a missing juvenile and is to be taken into protective custody when located.
Mr. Kolenda works in Newark but has been calling out sick for his job at Anheuser-Busch brewery. He has a home address in Bethlehem City, PA and also has connections to North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Mr. Kolenda is described as a white male, 5'10" tall, 240 lbs, heavy, short brown hair.
Ronnie Kolenda is 11-years old, 5'0" tall, 85 lbs, blue eyes, brown shaggy hair. Ronnie also has a blue colored cast on his right arm.
Mr. Kolenda may be operating a black 2002 Nissan Xtera SUV, with either New Jersey or Pennsylvania tags.
Anyone having information on the whereabouts of Mr. Kolenda or his son Ronnie is asked to call the Randolph Township Police at 973.989.7000. If you have information and want to remain anonymous, call the Morris County Crimestoppers line at 973.267.2255.
Issued by: Det. John Fichter