Police & Fire

Bedminster Police Blotter

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BEDMINSTER NJ - This is the Bedminster police blotter for the week of December 26, 2015 through January 3, 2015.

Solicitors
December 29th
At approximately 1844hrs on this date, Bedminster Police responded in the area of 106 Cortland Lane for a report of a male going door to door soliciting window sales. Upon arrival the officer observed one male standing on the sidewalk and another male speaking at the door of a residence both wearing “Anderson Window” jackets. Both subjects did not have a permit, but advised that their boss who was on Wescott Road did. The officer then located their boss, Gabriel, who also did not have a permit. Gabriel Acosta-Haro, age 29 of Avenel, NJ was issued a local ordinance summons (4-1.3) for Soliciting without a Permit.

Warrant Arrest
January 1st
While traveling south on Rte. 202 at approximately 1340hrs, Bedminster Police performed a random lookup on a white Toyota, the plate returned with a traffic warrant for the registered owner. The officer performed a motor vehicle stop. Subsequent to the investigation, Ruben Medina-Cardenas, age 22 of Peapack Road in Far Hills was arrested for a traffic warrant out of Bernardsville for $400.00. Medina-Cardenas posted bail and was released on his own recognizance.

EDITOR'S NOTE: We are required by the Rules of Court to include herein a statement explaining that the charges are merely an accusation and that the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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