RARITAN, NJ - A Raritn man was arrested for obstruction after he tried to physically prevent his arrest after he was found to have an active warrant following a motor vehicle stop Jan. 13, according to Raritan Borough Police.

Kristoffer Lusterio, 32, was arrested for an active warrant out of the Raritan Borough Municipal Court following a motor vehicle stop, and then was charged with obstruction after he tried to physically prevent two patrolman from arresting him, according to a report.

Raritan police also made arrests for other active warrants in the last week.

  • Robert Eckenstein, 47, of Flemington, was arrested Jan. 11 for possession of a controlled dangerous substance and possession of drug paraphernalia following a motor vehicle stop.
  • James Horner, 24, of Bridgewater, was arrested Jan. 13 on an active warrant out of the South Bound Brook Municipal Court following a motor vehicle stop.
  • William Behrens, 49, of Avenel, was arrested Jan. 14 on an active warrant out of the East Brunswick Township Municipal Court following a motor vehicle stop.
  • Leslieann Retess, 42, of Raritan, was arrested Jan. 14 on an active warrant out of the Raritan Borough Municipal Court after police were dispatched to Colfax Street because of a complaint of a disorderly person.
  • Harry Love, 27, of Raritan, was arrested Jan. 16 for harassment stemming from a domestic violence incident. Love, police said, also had an active warrant for his arrest out of the Bernards Township Municipal Court.