RARITAN, NJ - A Raritan woman was arrested March 16 after she provided false information to a police officer during a motor vehicle stop, according to a report from Raritan Borough Police.
Ariel Aponte, 20, was charged with providing false information and possession of a controlled dangerous substance following a motor vehicle stop.
According to police, she gave officers a false name to conceal the fact that she had numerous warrants for her arrest.
The incident was investigated by Officer Damien Chromowsky.
Police made several other arrests for warrants and more over the last week.
- Ricardo Gonzalez, 45, of Raritan, was arrested March 8 for an active warrant from the Manville Police Department as a result of a previous narcotics investigation. He was turned over to the Manville Police Department following his arrest. Officers Christopher Wren and Bryan Benites investigated the incident.
- Danielle Warshefski, 31, of Manville, was arrested March 17 for driving while intoxicated following a motor vehicle stop on East Somerset Street. Sgt. Thomas Fisher investigated the incident.
- James Ratel, 50, of Raritan, was arrested March 17 on an active warrant out of the Dover Township Municipal Court after police were called to the Raritan Train Station for a dispute involving two men. Officer Bryan Benites investigated the incident.
- Adika Sutton, 39, of Orange, was arrested March 21 for possession of a controlled dangerous substance following a motor vehicle stop. Officers Benjamin Griffin and Evan Vacchiano investigated the incident.