BEDMINSTER NJ - This is the Bedminster Police Blotter for the week ending January 1, 2017.

Warrant Arrest
December 26th
At 1439hrs, John Colosimo of EZ Bail Bonds responded to HQ and was in custody of Barbara Morales who had a warrant out of Bedminster for $500.00 and a warrant out of Mansfield Twp. for $750.00. Barbara Morales, age 23 of Allentown, PA was arrested on both warrants. Morales was unable to post bail and was released on her own recognizance with new court dates.

Warrant Arrest
December 27th
At approximately 1410hrs, Bedminster Police responded to a residence on Stone Run Road for an unrelated incident. Subsequent to the investigation, Andrew Moglia, age 22 of Berkeley Heights was arrested on a $500.00 warrant out of Linden, a $500.00 warrant out of Chester for $500.00, a $1,000.00 warrant out of New Brunswick and had a No Bail warrant out of Pennsylvania for 39:4-50 (driving while under the influence). Moglia posted bail on all warrants and was not extradited to Pennsylvania due to the offense not being punishable by more than one year in jail.

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Warrant Arrest
December 28th
At approximately 0225hrs, Bedminster Police responded to a residence on Stone Run Road for an unrelated incident. Subsequent to the investigation, Adam Alaali, age 24 of Warren for was arrested on a $500.00 traffic warrant out of Bound Brook. Alaali was released on his own recognizance pending a new court date.

CDS Arrest
December 30th
At approximately 0016hrs while on patrol of Route 287SB, Bedminster Police observed a silver Toyota Corolla traveling SB at a high rate of speed. The officer conducted a motor vehicle stop at Route 287SB at milemarker 22. Subsequent to the investigation, Jannel Mauge, age 22 of Mount Vernon, NY was arrested for 2C:35-10A.4 (possession of marijuana under 50 grams), 2C:36-2 (possession of paraphernalia) and issued summonses for 39:4-49.1 (cds in a motor vehicle), 39:3-29 (failure to possess registration), 39:3-66 (maintenance of lamps), and 39:4-98 (speeding).

EDITOR'S NOTE:  People who are charged with an offense are presumed innocent under our law.  The State must prove the offense beyond a reasonable doubt.  The events described in the Police Blotter are allegations which must be proven in court.