On Monday, January 14, 2013, at 12:18 am, Sgt. Ed Ammerlaan and Ptl. William Fettes responded to the area of Springfield Avenue and Snyder Avenue to investigate a report of a motor vehicle accident. Upon arrival, they met with Debra Petitti, 37, of Millington, who was found to have operated a 2001 Honda while under the influence of alcohol and was involved in a one car motor vehicle accident after striking a street sign. Petitti was placed under arrest, brought to police headquarters and processed. She was charged with reckless driving, driving while intoxicated and refusal to submit breath samples. Petitti was given a date to appear in Berkeley Heights Municipal Court and released.
Berkeley Heights Police Blotter for January 16, 2013
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