MADISON, NJ - Madison resident Analive Ramirez-Arias was arrested and charged with filling a false police report and enploying a juvenile to commit terroristic threats, announced the Madison Police Department.
According to authorities, police were called to the rear lot of a Main Street apartment complex for an assault with injuries. The caller reported that the victim, Ramirez-Arias, was attacked by an unknown male wearing a ski mask and assaulted her with a knife causing substantial injury to her left arm, they said. Ramirez-Arias spoke with officers and was then transported to Morristown Medical Center for her injuries. Police investigated and found evidence that contradicted Ramirez-Arias' statement.
“The keen observations of responding officers and the subsequent follow up investigation by detectives uncovered the deception quickly”, said Madison Police Chief, Darren P. Dachisen.
Madison Detectives Julian Morales and Ken Shannon arrested Ramirez-Arias on December 13 at 6:48pm. She was charged with 4 th degree Filing a False Police Report and 2 nd degree Employing a Juvenile to Commit Terroristic Threats, and was transported to the Morris County Jail pending a court appearance.
Assisting in the initial investigation were the Morris County Sheriff’s Department (K9 and Crime Scene Investigation Unit), Florham Park Police, Chatham Borough Police, Chatham Township Police, and Harding Township Police.