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Outstanding Warrants and Possession in May Randolph Police Blotter

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May 2, Jason C Polito, 25, Yonkers, NY was arrested and charges with possession of drugs and under the influence of CDS without a prescription.  Polito was processed and issued several motor vehicle summonses prior to being released.

May 4, Owen T. Lennon, 56, Jefferson was arrested for an outstanding warrant issued by the Jefferson Twp Municipal Court.  Lennon was processed and released.

May 6, Susan M. Pizza, 51, Parsippany was arrested for an outstanding warrant issued by the Randolph Municipal Court.   Pizza was processed and released.

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May 9, Ryan P. ODoherty, 25, Mine Hill was arrested for an outstanding warrant out of the Newport News Police Department in Virginia.  ODoherty was processed and transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility waiting to be turned over to the Newport News Police Department.

May 10, Officer Edward Shivas responded to a residence on Calumet Rd for a report of criminal mischief.  The victim stated someone had shot paintballs at his home.

May 12, Sara M. Guinn-Bailey, 40, Randolph was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.  The defendant was processed and issued several motor vehicle summonses prior to being released.

May 14, Officer Kyle Hefferon responded to a residence on Yorkshire Drive for a criminal mischief report.  The homeowner stated someone had thrown eggs at their home.

May 14, Jazel Santana, 29, Randolph was arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.  Santana was processed and issued several motor vehicle summons prior to being released.

May 15, Officer Brian Brenckman took a report of stolen landscaping equipment.  The victim stated the equipment was stolen from a locked trailer.

May 17, Monica M. Martinez, 22, Paterson was arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.  Martinez was issued a motor vehicle summons prior to being released.

May 17, Shanelle b. Gramby, 19, Denville was arrested for possession of a prescription medication without a valid prescription and drug paraphernalia.   Gramby was processed and issued several motor vehicle summons prior to being released.

May 17, Mark A. Autore, 38, Randolph was arrested for burglary,  hindering his own apprehension by providing false information, under the influence of a controlled substance, outstanding warrant issued by the Mount Olive Municipal Court,  and criminal mischief to property.  Autore was processed and transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility.

May 16, Officer James Pritchard Jr. responded to a business on RT 10 for theft report.  The owner of a recycling used cooking oil company stated someone had stolen the used oil from the holding tank.

May 19, Officer Christopher Carbonaro responded to the parking lot at 140 RT 10 for a report of theft from a motor vehicle.   Two cars had their window smashed and items stolen from the vehicles. Police took reports from two other victims that stated items were stolen from their unlocked cars.  One car was at the Randolph Park Baseball field on Green Lane and the other vehicle was at the Goddard School on Sussex Turnpike.

May 21, Carlos A. Pino, 45, Randolph was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.  He was also charged with Assault by Motor Vehicle.  Pino was processed and issued several motor vehicle summonses prior to being released.

May 23, Walter G. Zuniga-Maradiaga, 19 Randolph was arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.  The defendant was processed and issued several motor vehicle summonses prior to being released.

May 25, Christopher D. Scott, 36, Morristown was arrested for an outstanding warrant issued by the Morris County Sheriff’s Office.  Scott was processed and issued several motor vehicle summonses prior to being transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility.

May 25, Kristy M. Flynn, 36, Jersey City was arrested for three outstanding warrants issued by the Randolph and Hopatcong Municipal Courts.  Flynn was processed and transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility in default of bail.

May 25, Juar Rodriguez-Cotto, 19, Randolph was arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.  Rodruguez-Cotto was processed and issued several motor vehicle summonses prior to being released.

May 26, Julian M. Ariza, 40, Dover was arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.  Ariza was processed and issued two motor vehicle summonses prior to being released.

May 29, Charles L. Jackson, 36, Landing was arrested for Criminal Damage to property.  Jackson was processed and released.

Police took several reports of credit card fraud and identity theft.

 

 

 

Editor's Note: This article relies on information provided by law enforcement officials and the subjects are presumed innocent. If notified of changes to the charges or their outcome, TAPinto.net will update this report.

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