RARITAN, NJ - A Branchburg man was arrested for driving while intoxicated after police were called July 13 because of a disorderly person at the TD Bank, on East Somerset Street, according to a report from Raritan Police.
Michael Flynn, 50, was charged with driving while intoxicated after police were called at 11:06 a.m.
According to the report, while at the bank, Flynn became disorderly after accusing employees of shorting him money after he requested a withdrawal. Flynn, the report said, appeared to be intoxicated, and it was determined that he had driven to the bank.
After failing field sobriety tests, according to the report, Flynn was arrested.
Officer Everett Holt investigated the incident.
Police made other arrests for credit card theft and drug charges.
- Joelito Aya, 45, of Raritan, was charged July 11 with fraudulent use of a credit card and credit card theft following an incident on May 19 in which he was found to be in possession of several stolen credit cards and receipts indicating he had used or attempted to use the cards. It was determined, according to the report, that Aya had stolen various credit cards from victims at Shoprite in Somerville and Tim Hortons in Raritan. Officer Benjamin Griffin and Det. Steven Bonczek investigated the incident.
- Tristan Sun, 21, of Warren, was arrested July 13 at 12:44 a.m. for possession of a controlled dangerous substance following a motor vehicle stop on Route 28. Officer Robert Sinopoli investigated the incident.
- Christopher Galimba, 54, of Raritan, was arrested July 13 at 3:39 p.m. on an active warrant out of the Somerville Municipal Court after he was seen walking on Gaston Avenue and known to have a warrant for his arrest. Galimba was turned over to members of the Somerville Police Department. Officer Benjamin Griffin investigated the incident.
- Victor Orozco, 24, of Raritan, was arrested July 17 at 11 p.m. for possession of a controlled dangerous substance and possession of drug paraphernalia following a motor vehicle stop on Anderson Street. Officer Benjamin Griffin investigated the incident.