On 12/13/19 at 10:25pm Det. Adam Riley arrested Patricia Shen, 29 of Dover, NH. Det. Riley stopped Shen’s vehicle on Woodland Road for speeding. Upon initial investigation, Det. Riley detected signs of intoxication while speaking with Shen. Shen was asked to perform field sobriety evaluations and she was she was arrested on scene. She was charged with Driving While Intoxicated, Careless Driving, and Reckless Driving. Shen was later released pending a court appearance in Madison Municipal Court.
On 12/15/19 at 9:01pm Ptl. Michael Clancy and Ptl. Travis Daniel arrested Mackenzie A. Catalano, 18 of Florham Park, NJ. Catalano was a passenger in a motor vehicle that was stopped for a non-moving violation. Upon speaking with the occupants, both officers detected signs of drug use inside of the vehicle. Upon further investigation, Catalano was found to be in possession of suspected marijuana and a smoking device. She was arrested and charged with possession of under 50 grams marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, both being disorderly persons offenses. Catalano was later released pending a court appearance in Madison Municipal Court.
On 12/20/19 at 1:21am, Det. Adam Riley and Ptl. Michael Clancy arrested Jason J. Fragomeni, 47 of Boonton, NJ. Officers stopped Fragomeni on Rt. 24 for a moving violation. Upon further inspection, Fragomeni was found to have a suspended driver’s license and an active NCIC warrant issued by the Morris County Sheriff’s Department. The warrant was confirmed and the driver was arrested and later turned over to the Morris County Sheriff’s Department. He was issued a motor vehicle summons for driving while suspended.
On 12/22/19 at 5:39pm Cpl. Bart Glab arrested Mohamed Magassouba 19 of Bronx, NY. Cpl. Glab was investigating an incident from 12/12/19 at Walgreen’s Pharmacy on Main Street where an unknown actor attempted to fill a fraudulent prescription for several medications. Upon investigation, Magassouba was developed as a suspect and he was apprehended on 12/22/19 as he attempted to retrieve the prescriptions. Additionally, Magassouba was found to be in possession of a weapon and provided a false name to officers. He was charged with 3rd degree obtaining CDS by fraud, possession of a weapon for unlawful purpose, hindering apprehension, and obstructing the administration of law- all 4th degree crimes.