Law & Justice

Municipal Court Rundown: Firearms, Stolen Property & Drug Offenses in Livingston


LIVINGSTON, NJ — The following individuals have been charged by Livingston Municipal Court on various offenses, including hunting, receiving stolen property, and drug-related offenses:

1. Following a hunting trip in Livingston, Ryan Peterson of Easton, PA was charged with possession of a loaded firearm within 450 feet of an occupied structure; failure to complete a harvest report card immediately upon killing an antler deer; failure to affix a transportation tag to an antler deer; and the same two charges for an antlerless deer.

The first charge was dismissed as part of a plea agreement as well as one charge for failure to submit as harvest report card charge and one charge for failure to affix a transportation tag. According to the municipal court, Peterson pled guilty to the remaining two charges and received a $100 fine and $33 in court cost for each charge.

Sign Up for E-News

2. Isaiah Stevens of East Orange had four individual charges against him for receiving stolen property in Livingston, including: $867.40 in merchandise from Express; $21.97 in merchandise from Against All Odds; $861 in merchandise from the Gap; and $119.96 in merchandise from H&M.

According to the municipal court, Stevens pled guilty to the first charge and received a $400 fine, $33 in court costs, $50 to the VCCB and $75 to the SNF. The other three charges against Stevens were dismissed as part of a plea agreement.

3. Daniel Vicente of Livingston was charged with possession of les than 50 grams of marijuana and two charges for possession of drug paraphernalia to include a black pipe with residue and two plastic straws with residue. He was also issued motor vehicle summonses to include dirt and debris coming from the motor vehicle, obstruction of view and open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle.

All traffic violations were dismissed as part of a plea agreement and the two paraphernalia charges were dismissed. According to the municipal court, Vicente entered into a conditional discharge, which is a one-year term. He received $33 in court costs, $50 to the VCCB, $75 to the SNF, $500 to the Drug Enforcement and Demand Reduction fund (DEDR), $50 to the state lab and a $75 conditional discharge fee. 

TAP Into Another Town's News:

You May Also Be Interested In

Sign Up for E-News


Free Smoothie 2-7 p.m. at Tropical Smoothie Cafe

June 13, 2018

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Friday, June 15, 2018 is National Flip Flop Day, created by Tropical Smoothie Cafe to celebrate their customers and kick-off their fundraising for Camp Sunshine in Casco, Maine.

From 2 to 7 p.m. June 15, get a free limited-edition Sunshine Smoothie when you wear flip flops to any of the 600-plus locations including the Livingston café!

No coupon or ...

CycleBar Livingston Offers 4 Rides for $39

LIVINGSTON, NJ - CycleBar Livingston -- Premium Indoor Cycling -- is offering four rides for $39 for new riders only.

New customers can take advantage of this deal at CycleBar Livingston at 277 Eisenhower Parkway. Call them at 973-261-5647. Visit

Upcoming Events

Thu, June 21, 7:00 PM


Flexibility in Retirement

Business & Finance


Sun, June 24, 11:00 AM


MakerFest 2018

Tue, July 17, 7:00 PM

Livingston Public Library, Livingston

Organically Yours: a wellness experience with ...

Millburn's Peter Serruto Drafted by Cincinnati Reds

June 6, 2018

MILLBURN, NJ - Peter Serruto, who just completed his senior season at Millburn High School, was selected by the Cincinnati Reds in the 22d round of the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft on Wednesday.

Serruto was the 649th pick overall.

The 6-foot, 190-pound right-handed batter has been a defensive standout since he first suited up in a Millburn uniform as a freshman.

"Defensively, ...

Livingston Water Department Presents Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

June 18, 2018

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston Water Department has released this year’s Annual Drinking Water Quality Report, which is designed to inform property owners about the quality water and services delivered to them every day.

“Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe and dependable supply of drinking water,” the department wrote in its report. “We want you ...