Police & Fire

Five Motor Vehicle Accidents Over the Weekend

WARREN, NJ - Warren Township Police report that there were five accidents over the weekend, with no reported injuries. 

On Friday, Nov. 15,  Isaura Cardoso, 67, of Somerset was making a left turn from the no-turn lane on Washington Avenue at Morning Glory Road and crashed into a vehicle driven by Adan Rodriquez-Florez, 45, of North Augusta, S.C. No services were needed and no summonses were issued.
Also on Friday, William Grousch, 19, of Warren rear-ended a vehicle driven by Richard Mulvey, 46, of Middlesex on Mountain Boulevard at Primrose Way. No charges were filed and the vehicles were driven away by the drivers.
On Saturday, Nov. 16, Tadas Satkunas, 20, of Hillsborough rear-ended a vehicle driven by Niphadkar Yash, 24, of Nashua, N.H., on Mt. Horeb Road near Stratford Court. Police charged Satkunas with careless driving. The vehicles were drivable.

Also on Saturday, Robert Phillips, 75, of Bayonne crashed into a vehicle driven by Laura Minaian, 50, of Millington on Mt. Bethel Road, police said. No charges were filed and no services were needed.
On Sunday, Nov. 17, Michael Devino, 21, of Warren lost control of his vehicle and struck a curb.  The vehicle was towed and Devino was issued multiple unspecified summonses.

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