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Fair Lawn Police Blotter - June 13







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CONTACT: Sgt.  Brian Metzler

                   Fair Lawn Police Department

                   8-01 Fair Lawn Ave.

                   Fair Lawn, NJ 07410                   

                   (201) 794-5365  office

                   (201) 931-9684  cell

                   (201) 796-1960  fax

               bmetzler@fairlawnpd.com Email

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DATE:  06/13/2017


Fair Lawn Police Blotter 



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12:52 pm

Narcotics:  P.O. Chris O’Shaughnessy & P.O. Luis Vasquezz responded to the parking lot of CVS, 18-35 River Road, after a passer-by reported an operator slumped across the wheel in a parked vehicle.  Alexander Caiola, age 33 of Bergenfield, was awakened and then arrested when drugs were located inside the vehicle.  He was released after being charged with possession of a controlled d angerous substance.


1:05 pm

Burglary:  P.O. Luke Hintzen, P.O. William Hickey & P.O. Michael O’Brien responded to a residence on Overlook Place after the resident reported an unknown male inside her residence and arrested Daniel Reynoso, age 34 of Hackensack, on scene.  He stated that he was chased by two unknown males from Broadway and entered through the unlocked front door, then locked it behind him to get away before being confronted by the resident.  He was released after being charged with attempted burglary.
































Chief Glen Cauwels stated all defendants  are presumed innocent until proven guilty.  If there are questions in reference to the above news release, media personnel can contact Sgt. Brian Metzler at the Fair Lawn Police Department at (201) 794-5365 or by e-mail at bmetzler@fairlawnpd.com.







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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