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Fugitive Arrests Announced by Hunterdon Prosecutor


FLEMINGTON, NJ – Four people have recently been arrested on fugitive warrants, according to a press release from Hunterdon County Prosecutor Anthony P. Kearns, III.

Stacey Alberti, 40, of Flemington, was arrested on a fugitive warrant for failing to comply with a court order. The underlying charge was conspiracy to possess narcotics and forgery of an official document. Raritan Township police assisted with the arrest.

Kenneth Wideman, Sr., 54, of Flemington was arrested on a warrant from Flemington Municipal Court. Kearns’ Guns, Gangs, and Narcotics Task Force was assisted by the Raritan Township and Flemington police.

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Danielle Houser, 33, of Flemington, was arrested on a fugitive warrant for failure to appear in court. The underlying charge was theft by unlawful taking.

Eric Specht, 21, of Branchburg, was arrested on a warrant with an underlying charge of possession of narcotics (cocaine).

The press release was issued jointly by Kearns, his Chief of Detectives John J. Kuczynski, Raritan Township Police Chief Glenn Tabasko and Flemington Police Chief Jerry Rotella.

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