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MADISON, NJ - On January 15, 2016 at 2:03am, Ptl. Bart Glab arrested Nicholas P. Rogers, 22 of Madison, NJ. Ptl. Glab stopped Rogers’ vehicle on Madison Avenue for an alleged moving violation. Upon meeting with Rogers, Ptl .Glab notice signs of intoxication and Rogers the n performed field sobriety evaluations. After a further investigation, suspected marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and an open container of an alcoholic beverage was observed in plain view inside of the vehicle. Rogers was arrested and he was charged with Possession of Under 50 grams of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Driving While Intoxicated. Rogers was further charged with Failure to Ma intain a Lane, Possession of Open Container, and Possession of C.D.S. in a Motor Vehicle. Rogers was released on his own recognizance pending a court appearance.

On January 16, 2016 at 4:54pm, Ptl. Spiros Milonas arrested Jacqueline Marino, 44 of Madison, NJ. Ptl. Milonas was dispatched to a dispute at a Niles Avenue residence. Upon arrival, it was determined that Marino had assaulted another in dividual inside of the residence and she was arrested. Marino was later charged with Simple Assault, a disorderly person’s offense. She was released on her own recognizance, pending a court appearance.

On January 21, 2016 at 10:46pm, Sgt. Sean Plumstead arres ted Matthew J. Sisk, 20 of Chatham, NJ. Sgt. Plumstead had stopped Sis k’s vehicle for a moving violation. Upon meeting with Sisk, Sgt. Plums tead observed signs of drug use inside of the vehicle. Following a roadside investigation, Sisk was found to be in possession of suspecte d marijuana and he was arrested. Sisk was transported to Headquarters where he was charged with Possession of Under 50 grams of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, both disorderly person’s offenses. Sisk was additionally charged with Failure to Stop (Stop Sign) and he was released on his own reco gnizance pending a court appearance.

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On January 22, 2016 at 1:38am, Ptl. Bart Glab arrested Sarah K. Boone, 23 of Madison, NJ. Ptl. Glab stopped Boone’s vehicle on W oodland Road for an alleged mov ing violation. Upon meeting with Boone, Ptl. Glab observed signs of intoxication and she was asked to perform field sobriety evaluations. Bo one was then arrested for Driving W hile Intoxicated and transpor ted to Headquarters for arrest proce ssing. Boone was charged with Driving While Intoxicated, Reckle ss Driving, Careless Driving, and Failure to Keep Right. Boone was released to a friend, pending a court appearance.

On January 23, 2016 at 1:37am, Ptl. Patrick Strafaci arrested Colleen M. Sellitsch, 51 of Madison, NJ. Madison patrols were detailed to the intersection King Road and Green Village Road, where witn esses observed a female asleep at the wheel at a traffic signal. Upon arrival, Ptl. Strafaci met with Sellitsch, who had to be awoken and he observed signs of intoxication. During the investigation, officers observed an open bottle of vodka inside of Sellitsch’s motor vehicle. Sellitsch was asked to perform field so briety evaluations and she was arre sted. She was transported to Headquarters and she was charged with D riving While Intoxicated, Reckless Driving, and Possession of Open Container in a Motor Vehicle. Sell itsch was released to a friend, pending a court appearance.

*All persons are presumed to be innocent until proven guilty in a court of law*


Madison Police Department Patrol Division 

62 Kings Rd Madison NJ 07940 Phone 973-593-3006

email misciaj@mpd.rosenet.org




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