LIVINGSTON, NJ — Three individuals recently appeared at Livingston Municipal Court on various charges, including driving while intoxicated (DWI) and shoplifting in Livingston.

DWI:

Christopher Asimou was charged with DWI as well as multiple motor vehicle charges that were dismissed as part of a plea agreement, according to Livingston Municipal Court. After pleading guilty to the DWI, Asimou had his license suspended for seven months, a lock put on his car for six. He is also required to serve 12 hours at the Intoxicated Driver Resource Center (IDRC) and was charged a $306 fine, $33 in court costs, $50 to the Victims of Crime Compensation Board (VCCB), $75 to the Safe Neighborhood Fund (SNF) and a $225 DWI surcharge.

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Shamen Shulka of Stanford, CT, was also charged with DWI among several charges, according to Livingston Municipal Court. With the exception of the DWI and a charge for unsafe lane change, the additional charges were dismissed as part of a plea agreement.

For the unsafe lane change, Shulka received a $156 fine and $33 in court costs. For the DWI, Shulka received a three-month suspension, 12 hours at the IDRC, a $256 fine, $33 in court costs, $50 to the VCCB, $75 to the SNF and a $225 DWI surcharge.

Shoplifting:

Taijeeh Tate of East Orange was charged with shoplifting a packet of Polo underwear valued at $39.50 from Lord & Taylor at the Livingston Mall. According to Livingston Municipal Court, Tate entered into a conditional dismissal and received no fine. Instead, he received a one-year term, $33 in court cost, $50 to the VCCB, $75 to the SNF and a $100 assessment.