Jefferson Township Police Media Brief for 07/08/2019
06/13/2019 MV Stop/CDS Arrest, PO Johnson: Nicole Dean, 21, of Hamburg and Brandon Noorman, 22, of Lafayette were arrested for possession of Heroin during a motor vehicle stop on Route 15 North. Both were processed and released pending a future court date
06/15/2019 DWI, PO Paskas: Thomas Knysz, 21, of Newfoundland was arrested for DWI after stopped in traffic and asking PO Paskas if he could go around to enter Mason Street Pub. Mr. McGowan was arrested, processed and released pending a future court date.
06/17/2019 Suspicious Person, DWI, CDS Arrest P.O. Ondish: Edward Flanagan, 29, of Lafayette was reported acting suspicious in the parking lot of Franks Pizza. His vehicle had substantial front end damage and he was stumbling around his vehicle. Further investigation revealed he was under the influence of CDS, had Heroin and Marijuana in his possession and was involved in a motor vehicle crash, which he fled. Mr. Flanagan was arrested and released pending a future court date.
6/22/2019 DWI, PO Parisi: Harry Melber, 31, of Rockaway, was arrested for DWI after trying to leave Windlass/Alice’s Restaurant, as security officer stopped Harry Melber from driving away and made him park his vehicle when he believed he was too intoxicated to drive. Mr. Melber was arrested, processed and released pending a future court date.
6/27/2019 MVA/DWI, PO Parisi / PO McGowan: Joseph Capaccio, 31, of Mine Hill, was arrested for DWI after failing to navigate a bend in the roadway and struck a guardrail on Ridge Road and Russia Road. He was arrested, processed and released pending a future court date.
Citizens who have information relating to crimes, criminal activity or wanted persons (fugitives) can call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Morris County Crime Stoppers offer the citizens of Morris County direct and easy access to their law enforcement community. Reward and anonymity are the incentive. Making Morris County a safer place to live is the benefit!
Note: All individuals charged with a crime are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law.
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