Police Blotter

Outstanding Warrants in Randolph June Police Blotter

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June 2: Wilson A. Martinez, 26, Randolph was stopped for a motor vehicle violation and subsequently arrested for an outstanding warrant issued by the Union Twp Municipal Court.  Martinez was processed and released.

June 2: Marie L. Beers, 46, Randolph was arrested on an outstanding warrant issued by the Randolph Twp Municipal Court.  Beers was processed and released.

June 5: Officer Jason DelTurco responded to the Randolph Park Beach for a report of Criminal Trespass and Criminal Mischief.  A witness advised that four males had taken a boat from the dock and capsized it in the middle of the lake.

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June 8: Alexis J. Hurtado, 29, Boonton was stopped for a motor vehicle violation and subsequently arrested for an outstanding warrant issued by the Allenhurst Boro Municipal Court.  Hurtado was processed and issued several motor vehicle summonses prior to being released.

June 8: Douglas J. Pshick, 52, Morris Plains was arrested for an outstanding warrant issued by the Randolph Twp Municipal Court.  Pshick was processed and transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility in default of bail.

June 10: Nicholas T. Zumbro, 27, Victory Gardens was stopped for a motor vehicle violation and subsequently arrested for an outstanding warrant issued by the Denville Municipal Court.  Zumbro was unable to post the bail and was taken into custody by the Denville Police Department at the scene.

June 10: Steven Almodovar, 39, Randolph was arrested for an outstanding warrant issued by the Milburn Municipal Court.  Almodovar was processed and released.

June 10: James A. Torres, 20, Dover was stopped for a motor vehicle violation and found to be in possession Marijuana and Drug Paraphernalia.  Torres was processed and released.

June 11: Police were dispatched to the pool area at the Gateway Apartments for a trespassing complaint.  Three males were in the pool area drinking alcohol and sleeping on lawn chairs.  The three males were charged with possession, consumption of an alcoholic beverage by persons under the legal age.

June 14: Officer Matthew O’Hern took a report for criminal mischief to a vacant residence on Mountainside Drive.  The Officer observed graffiti on the exterior of the home and also on an abandoned box truck located on the property.

June 15: Evan M. Hodulich, 27, Mendham was involved in a motor vehicle crash and subsequently arrested for Driving Under the Influence, Possession of CDS and Drug Paraphernalia.  Hodulich was processes and issued several motor vehicle summonses prior to being released.

June 17: Michael B. Lattimore, 36, Morristown, was arrested on the strength of four warrants issued by the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office, Trenton, Mt. Olive and Bridgewater Municipal Courts.  Lattimore was processed and transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility.

June 19: James L. Sodano, 67, Stanhope was stopped for a motor vehicle violation and subsequently arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.  Sodano was processed and issued several motor vehicle summonses prior to being released.

June 20: David M. Conforth, 56, Totowa was stopped for multiple motor vehicle violations and was found to be under the influence of an inhaled substance.  Conforth was charged with Driving Under the Influence.  He was also issued two motor vehicle summonses prior to being released.

June 22: George C. Barnes, 70, Randolph was arrested for shoplifting.  Barnes was processed and released.

June 24: Nyle A. Hardy, 22, East Orange, was stopped for a motor vehicle violation and subsequently arrested for Drug Paraphernalia that was located inside the vehicle in plain view.  Hardy was processed and released.

June 24:Officer Manlio Irula responded to the Shongum Elementary School for a vandalism complaint.  A witness reported that two juvenile males knocked over the portable restroom located near the front parking lot of the school.

June 24: Sam Hakim, 39, San Diego, CA was arrested for an outstanding warrant issued by the Morris Twp Municipal Court.  Hakim was processed and released.

June 24: Salvatore R. Longo, 28, Stephentown, NY was involved in a motor vehicle crash and subsequently arrested for Driving While Intoxicated, Possession of CDS, Possession of Marijuana over 50 grams, possession with the intent to distribute, endangering the welfare of a child, under the influence of CDS, and failure to turn CDS over to Law Enforcement.  Longo was processed and issued several motor vehicle summonses prior to being transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility.

June 29: Reginald McDaniel, 55, King of Prussia, PA was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated.  McDaniel was processed and issued several motor vehicle summonses prior to being released.

June 30: Alexander B. James, 20, Victory Gardens, was arrested for warrants issued out of the East Hanover and Mine Hill Municipal Courts.  James was processed and then turned over to the East Hanover Police.

Police took several reports of Credit Card Fraud and identity theft.

Police took two reports for a stolen kayak and canoe from Shongum Lake.

 

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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