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Cranford Police Blotter: Disorderly Conduct Arrest & More

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The information provided does not represent the total scope of police activity. Individuals charged as a result of police investigations are merely an accusation. All defendants should be presumed innocent until proven guilty.

1. 05/08/2018 4:10 p.m.

Myrtle Street and Baltimore Avenue

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Arrested: Keyne Dasilva, 21, South Amboy

Arrested by: Ptl. Christopher Gross

Charges: Possession of Under 50g (Marijuana); Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Remarks: A 2004 Mazda was stopped on Myrtle Street near Baltimore Avenue for unclear plates. Following an investigation at the scene, Ptl. Gross arrested the driver, Keyne Dasilva, for suspected marijuana located in the vehicle. He was processed and provided with a Municipal Court appearance date. Additionally, he was issued motor vehicle summonses for unclear plates, driving while suspended and possession of a controlled dangerous substance in a motor vehicle.

 

2. 05/08/2018 7:40 p.m.

Centennial Avenue and Raritan Road

Arrested: Robert Wyler, 31 Staten Island; Christopher Turchi, 31 Linden

Arrested by: Ptl. Daniel Donnerstag

Charges: Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance; Possession of Prescription Legend Drugs; Possession of Paraphernalia

Remarks: A 2011 Mazda was stopped at the intersection of Centennial Avenue and Raritan Road for erratic driving. Following an investigation at the scene, Ptl. Donnerstag arrested two passengers, Robert Wyler and Christopher Turchi, for suspected heroin and prescription legend drugs located inside the vehicle. They were both processed and released pending a Superior Court appearance date. Additionally, the driver was issued motor vehicle summonses for careless driving and not having a valid registration card in his possession.

 

3. 05/08/2018 8:39 p.m.

Centennial Avenue and South Avenue East

Arrested: Preston Lopriore, 23, Red Bank; Paul Discepolo, 25 Garwood

Arrested by: Ptl. Timothy Handy

Charges: Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance; Possession of a Hypodermic Syringe; Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Remarks: A 2015 Nissan was stopped on Centennial Avenue near South Avenue East for not signaling a turn. Following an investigation at the scene, Ptl. Handy arrested two passengers, Preston Lopriore and Paul Discepolo, for suspected heroin and hypodermic syringes located in the vehicle. They were both processed and provided with a Superior Court appearance date. Additionally, the driver was issued motor vehicle summonses for an improper turn and failing to provide a valid driver’s license and insurance card.

 

4. 05/12/2018 2:10 a.m.

Raritan Road and Centennial Avenue

Arrested: Jocelyn Lubin, 32, Maplewood

Arrested by: Ptl. Brian Trotter

Charges: Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)

Remarks: A 2009 Honda was stopped on Raritan Road near Centennial Avenue for a brake light out. Following an investigation at the scene, Ptl. Trotter arrested the driver, Jocelyn Lubin, for driving while intoxicated. He was processed and provided with a Municipal Court appearance date. Additionally, he was issued motor vehicle summonses for open container, maintenance of lamps and failure to have a valid insurance card in his possession.

 

5. 05/13/2018 11:04 p.m.

Garden State Parkway

Arrested: Diamonte Robinson, 22, Miami Gardens, FL

Arrested by: Ptl. Shayne Temple

Charges: Disorderly Conduct; Resisting Arrest

Remarks: Police units were dispatched to a male walking on top of the jersey barrier which separates the northbound and southbound lanes of the Garden State Parkway. Ptl. Temple located the individual and offered assistance in getting him safely out of the Parkway’s fast lane. The subject, Diamonte Robinson, refused any assistance and disregarded the officer’s attempts to remove him from the travel lanes of the Garden State Parkway. Ptl. Temple placed him under arrest for creating a hazardous condition and the subject resisted. Further investigation revealed the subject was a wanted person out of Miami-Dade, FL. He was processed and remanded to the Union County Jail pending extradition.

 

6. 05/14/2018 9:10 p.m.

Raritan Road and Mohawk Drive

Arrested: Jason Goggins, 43, Jersey City

Arrested by: Ptl. Jason D’Agostino

Charges: Possession of Under 50g (Marijuana); Possession of Paraphernalia

Remarks: A 2007 Pontiac was stopped on Raritan Road near Mohawk Drive for tinted windows. Following an investigation at the scene, Ptl. D’Agostino arrested a passenger, Jason Goggins, for suspected marijuana found on his person. He was processed and provided with a Municipal Court appearance date. Further investigation revealed the subject had multiple warrants for his arrest. He was remanded to the Hudson County Jail.

Editor's Note: This article relies on information provided by law enforcement officials and the subjects are presumed innocent. If notified of changes to the charges or their outcome, TAPinto.net will update this report.

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