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Cranford Police Blotter: Two DWI Charges

Nutley Police Department Blotter June 30 to July 6, 2018 Credits: TAPinto Nutley Staff

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. 07/04/2018 @ 12:25 a.m. hrs.

300 Block of North Avenue East

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Arrested: Joseph Grano, 44, Union

Arrested by: Ptl. Timothy Handy

Charges: Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)

Remarks: Police units were dispatched to the 300 block of North Avenue East for a suspicious vehicle. Following an investigation at the scene, Ptl. Handy arrested the driver, Joseph Grano, for driving while intoxicated. He was processed and provided with a Municipal Court appearance date. In addition, he was issued a motor vehicle summons for careless driving.


2. 07/05/2018 @ 10:56 p.m. hrs.

Raritan Road Coleman Avenue

Arrested: Jill Mross, 56, Woodbridge

Arrested by: Ptl. James Knight

Charges: Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)

Remarks: A 2004 Dodge was stopped on Raritan Road near the intersection of Coleman Avenue for erratic driving. Following an investigation at the scene, Ptl. Knight arrested the driver, Jill Mross, for driving while intoxicated. She was processed and provided with a Municipal Court appearance date. In addition, she was issued motor vehicle summonses for failure to keep right, careless driving and not having a valid insurance card in her possession.

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