FLEMINGTON, NJ – The county Prosecutor’s Office has released details on recent indictments:

  • Jose M. Benitez Sanchez on a fourth-degree charge of taking a Toyota Corolla; a third-degree charge of possession of a controlled dangerous substance (cocaine); and a third-degree charge of possession of a prescription drug with the intent to distribute (Bupropion.) The alleged violations each occurred in Union Twp. on or about Dec. 10.
  • Kevin K. Telfair was indicted on a fourth-degree charge of possessing counterfeit $20 bills in Flemington on Jan. 6.
  • Tyler C. Balliet was indicted on a third-degree charge of aggravated assault in Milford on Dec. 9.
  • Charles J. Noble on a third-degree charge of theft by unlawful taking for allegedly taking $1,500 in cash from wedding gift envelopes in Union Twp.
  • Dani Linton and Danielle M. Houser on third-degree shoplifting charges for allegedly taking a 50-inch Vizio television and on third-degree shoplifting charges for allegedly taking an Acer computer and a HP Pavilion computer, together valued at more than $500, from Walmart in Raritan Twp. on Jan. 18.
  • Linton also faces a third-degree charge of possession a controlled dangerous substance (heroin) in Flemington on Feb. 10, and a third-degree shoplifting charge for the alleged theft of a 55-inch Samsung television from Walmart in Readington on Feb. 9.
  • Danta W. Adams on a third-degree charge of possession of a controlled dangerous substance for allegedly having heroin and a third-degree charge of possession of a controlled dangerous substance for allegedly having Ecstasy in Union Twp. on Feb. 5. He was also indicted on a third-degree charge of resisting arrest for allegedly grabbing a State Trooper’s hand to prevent him from conducting a search and a fourth-degree charge of obstruction.
  • Rebecca A. Apgar was indicted on a third-degree burglary charge and a fourth-degree criminal trespass charge. She’s alleged to have entered a Hillside Terrace home in Califon on Feb. 9.
  • Megan J. Mancini on a third-degree possession of a controlled dangerous substance charge for allegedly having heroin in Lebanon Twp. on Dec. 29.

An indictment reflects a Grand Jury’s belief that there is sufficient evidence for prosecution of these cases to proceed. In New Jersey, those indicted do not have an opportunity to defend themselves before the Grand Jury. All defendants are considered innocent until proven guilty in court.