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New Providence Police Make Multiple Arrests for Driving With a Suspended License, Mariuana Possession and More

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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Police reported they made multiple arrests for driving while suspended and outstanding warrants, as well as possession of marijuana, during the past two weeks. The department is also seeking information related to a stolen Bobcat fork lift and trailer, 

01/24- Patrolman Joseph DiParisi arrested Amanda Brown, 21, of Garwood for possession of Marijuana under 50g.  The arrest stemmed from a motor vehicle stop on Diamond Hill Road. Ms. Brown was also issued motor vehicle summonses for Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle and Maintenance of Lamps.  She was released pending a future court appearance.

1/25- Patrolman Nicholas Guerriero arrested Lisa Devino, 50, of Warren for Driving While Suspended.  The arrest stemmed from a motor vehicle stop on Springfield Avenue.  She was released pending a future court appearance.

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1/25- Patrolman Nicholas Guerriero arrested Luis Olmo, 28, of Newark on a warrant out of Newark.  The arrest stemmed from a motor vehicle stop on South Street.  Mr. Olmo was released on his own recognizance pending a court future appearance.

1/27- Corporal Andrew Diamond arrested Abraao Reischter, 32, of Newark for Driving While Suspended.  The arrest stemmed from a motor vehicle stop on Diamond Hill Road.  Mr. Reischter was released pending a future court appearance.

1/27- Patrols took four juveniles into protective custody for lighting fires and possession of fireworks at Lyons Park.  The juveniles were released to their legal guardians and the matter was forwarded to the Juvenile Officer for follow up.

1/31- Patrolman Nicholas Guerriero arrested Denzel Norris, 21, of Summit on an active warrant out of Springfield.  The arrest stemmed from a motor vehicle stop on Southgate Road.  Mr. Norris was released on his own recognizance with a future court date pending.

2/01- Patrolman Andrew Lynch arrested Selma Kummah, 43, of Belleville for Driving While Suspended.  The arrest stemmed from a motor vehicle stop on Diamond Hill Road.  Ms. Kummah was released pending a future court appearance.

2/01- Patrolman Joseph DiParisi arrested Thomas Yong, 28, of New Providence for Driving While Suspended and active warrants out of Green Brook and North Plainfield.  The arrest stemmed from a motor vehicle stop on Chanlon Road.  Mr. Yong posted bail and was released pending future court appearances.  

2/02- Patrolman Nicholas Guerriero arrested Lizette Alonso, 56, of Berkeley Heights for Driving While Suspended.  The arrest stemmed from a motor vehicle stop on Diamond Hill Road.  Ms. Alonso was released pending a future court appearance.

2/04- Corporal Andrew Diamond arrested Jonathan Araya-Solis, 20, of Chatham Township for possession of Marijuana under 50g and Possession of Paraphernalia.  The arrest stemmed from a motor vehicle stop on Springfield Avenue.  Mr. Araya-Solis was also issued motor vehicle summonses for an Unregistered Vehicle and Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle.  Mr. Araya-Solis was released pending a future court appearance.

2/05- Corporal Andrew Diamond arrested William Rogers, 61, of Westfield for Driving While Suspended and Driving without Insurance.  The arrest stemmed from a motor vehicle stop on Union Avenue.  Mr. Roger was released pending a future court appearance.  

2/06-  Sometime over the previous two weeks, a Bobcat fork lift and trailer were stolen from the property at 593 Central Avenue. Anyone with any information please contact Detective Michael Scuorzo.

2/07- Patrolman DiParisi arrested Hector Vergara Guzman, 29, of Paterson for Hindering Apprehension and outstanding warrants out of Passaic and Paterson.  The arrest stemmed from a motor vehicle stop on Diamond Hill Road.  On the same stop, Patrolman DiParisi also arrested Juan Batista-Almonte, 29, of Paterson for an active warrant out of Paterson.  Mr. Vergara Guzman and Mr. Batista-Almonte were released pending future court appearances.    

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