Florham Park Police Blotter

On July 20, 2017 at 12:08am, Officer Brian Sampson and Officer Michael Zvolensky
observed a vehicle traveling on Columbia Turnpike strike a curb and pull into a parking lot.
Officer Sampson & Zvolensky conducted a stop of the vehicle and while speaking to the
driver (Michael J. Perez, age 33 from Madison, NJ) they detected an odor of an alcoholic
beverage emanating from the vehicle and observed signs of impairment.
Subsequent field sobriety tests were conducted which indicated that he was under the
influence of alcohol and/or drugs and was further intoxicated. Mr. Perez was placed under
arrest and transported to police headquarters where he was administered a breath test. The
results of the breath test revealed Mr. Perez was under the influence of alcohol and unable to
operate a motor vehicle safely.
Mr. Perez was processed and charged with the following offenses prior to being released to a
responsible adult pending a Florham Park Municipal Court date:
 DWI
 Reckless Driving

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On July 21, 2017 at 9:49am, the Florham Park Police Department responded to Park Avenue
by Campus Drive for a report of a motor vehicle accident. Lieutenant Scott Bartell and Officer
Daniel Bundschuch arrived and located the vehicles. While speaking to the driver of one of
the vehicles, (Kristy K. Coniglio, age 39 from Pequannock, NJ) and assessing her for injuries,
the officers observed signs of impairment.
Ms. Coniglio was transported to Morristown Medical center for evaluation. While at
Morristown Medical Center, blood was drawn from Ms. Coniglio for the purpose of analysis.
Ms. Coniglio remained at Morristown Medical Center for evaluation. She was charged by
Officer Bundschuh with the following offenses:
 DWI
 Reckless Driving
 Failure to Observe a Traffic Control Device
 DWI with a Minor Passenger

Robert Treiber
Chief of Police

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PRESS RELEASE

Charges and allegations contained in any complaint are merely accusations and all defendants listed in this
press release are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law.
July 31, 2017 - Page 2
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On July 22, 2017 at 9:10pm, Officer Thomas Belli observed a vehicle make an illegal right
turn on a red signal at the intersection of Columbia Turnpike and Hanover Road. Officer Belli
conducted a motor vehicle stop and while speaking to the driver and passenger, he detected
the odor of raw marijuana emanating from the interior of the vehicle.
A subsequent search of the vehicle revealed suspected marijuana and paraphernalia. The
passenger (Kendrick Castillo, age 24 from West Orange, NJ) admitted that the contraband
belonged to him.
Mr. Castillo was placed under arrest and transported to Florham Park Police Headquarters
where he was charged with the following offenses:
 Possession of More Than 50 grams of Marijuana
 Possession of Marijuana with the Intent to Distribute
 Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Mr. Castillo was released pending a future Superior Court date.
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On July 24, 2017 at 11:22am, the Florham Park Police Department responded to a Heritage
Road residence for a report of a burglar alarm activation. While checking the residence for
signs of entry, Officers Jeremy Rachel and Conor DeCoursey observed three (3) actively
growing suspected marijuana plants.
The homeowner (Lewis G. Rafel, age 61, from Florham Park, NJ) responded to the residence
for the alarm and admitted to the officers that the plants belonged to him.
Mr. Rafel was placed under arrest and transported to Florham Park Police Headquarters
where he was charged with the following offense:
 Possession of Less Than 50 grams of Marijuana
Mr. Rafel was released pending a future Florham Park Municipal Court date.

Robert Treiber
Chief of Police

D/Lt. Scott Bartell
Public Information
(973) 410-5441
546@fppd.net
AFTER HOURS
(973) 377-2200
Twitter
@florhamalert
Facebook
facebook.com/FlorhamparkPD

FLORHAM PARK POL ICE DEPARTMENT
PRESS RELEASE

Charges and allegations contained in any complaint are merely accusations and all defendants listed in this
press release are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law.
July 31, 2017 - Page 3

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On July 27, 2017 at 6:27pm, the Florham Park Police Department responded to a Sun Valley
Way residence for a report of damage to a motor vehicle. Officer Kevin Langereis responded
and spoke to the victim who reported that between July 24 and July 27, 2017 an unknown
individual scratched the word “NO” into the hood of the vehicle. Damage was also located to
an adjacent vehicle; however, the owner declined the opportunity to complete a police report.
This incident remains under investigation by the Florham Park Police Department. Anyone
with information regarding this incident is urged to call the Florham Park Police Department at
(973) 377-2200 or Morris County Crime Stoppers at 973-COP-CALL.

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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