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Livingston Weekly Court News, July 21-28


LIVINGSTON, NJ - The Livingston Municipal Court settled four case for the weeks of July 21 through July 28.

Lauren Stoll of Cape Canaveral Florida was charged with possession of under 50 grams of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of CDS (controlled dangerous substances), in a motor vehicle and failure to wear a seatbelt.

Both motor vehicle offences were dismissed as part of a plea agreement. For the remaining two charges Stoll entered into a one year conditional discharge term, in which she will be monitored and must stay drug free for the duration, and to pay $33 in court cost fees, $50 to the Victims of Crime Compensation Fund, $75 to the Safe Neighborhood Fund, $50 to the State Lab Fund, $50 to D.A.R.E., $500 to the Drug Enforcement Demand Reduction Fund, and an additional $75 conditional discharge fee.

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Grant Slaughter of Livingston was charged with disorderly conduct for engaging in conversation with an eleven year old girl, and reportedly saying to her, “What’s your name? I need to interview someone for my art class. Can I interview you? Come closer.” The girl subsequently ran home to her parents who reported Slaughter to the police.

Slaughter pleaded guilty to an amended charge of creating a disturbance. For the offense he must stay 1,000 feet away from the girl at all times, and was sentenced to pay a $1,000 fine and $33 in court cost fees.


Breunna Mcray of Newark was charged with shoplifting at Sears for attempting to steal $95 worth of clothing. Mcray pleaded guilty to an amended charge of theft, and was sentenced to a 16 day jail term, with 16 days credit, and to pay $500, $33 in court cost fees, $50 to the Victims of Crime Compensation Fund and $75 to the Safe Neighborhood Fund.


Rajesh Samuel of Livingston was charged with being under the influence of alcohol. Samuel pleaded guilty to the charge as written and was sentenced to a suspended 30 day jail term and to pay a $50 fine and $33 in court cost fees. 

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