Police Blotter

Bedminster Police Blotter


BEDMINSTER NJ - This is the Bedminster Police Blotter for the week of February 12-19 as published by the Bedminster Police Department.

DUI Arrest
February 12th
At 0304hrs, while en route to a service call, Bedminster Police came upon a black Honda Civic parked in the middle of Allen Road at the intersection of Hamilton Road. Subsequent to the investigation, Joseph Carbonaro, age 25 of Victoria Drive in Basking Ridge was arrested for 39:4-50 (driving under the influence) and issued motor vehicle summonses for 39:4-96 (reckless driving) and 39:4-97 (careless driving).

Warrant Arrest
February 13th
At 1722hrs, Bedminster Police responded to Middlesex County Jail and took over custody of Isaiah Pompey. Pompey, age 23 of Bethlehem, PA was arrested on two Bedminster warrants totaling $1,100.00. Pompey was lodged in Somerset County Jail in lieu of bail.

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Possession of CDS
February 14th
At approximately 2120hrs, while observing traffic on Route 202/206 northbound at the Verizon switching station, a black Chevy Cobalt drove by and the driver and passengers were not wearing seat belts. A motor vehicle stop was conducted at Route 202/206 southbound just prior to Route 287 southbound. Subsequent to the investigation, Dylan Cregar (passenger), age 20 of Monmouth Junction was arrested for 2C:35-10A(4) (possession of CDS under 50 grams (marijuana)) and 2C:36-2 (possession of drug paraphernalia) and issued a motor vehicle summons for 39:3-76.2f (failure to wear seat belt). The driver was issued motor vehicle summonses for 39:4-49.1 (operation of a motor vehicle while in possession of CDS) and 39:3-76.2f (failure to wear seat belt).

DUI Arrest
February 14th
At approximately 2215hrs, Bedminster Police responded to Route 206 northbound just prior to Lamington Road for a report of an individual slumped behind the wheel of a silver Mercedes ML3 in the lane of travel. Subsequent to the investigation, Kaitlyn Rickards, age 32 of Piscataway was arrested for 39:4-50 (driving under the influence) and issued motor vehicle summonses for 39:4-50.4A (refusal to submit a chemical breath test), 39:4-96 (reckless driving), 39:4-97 (careless driving), 39:3-29 (failure to produce license, registration or insurance), 39:3-76.2f (failure to wear seat belt) and 39:4-56 (delaying traffic).

DUI Arrest
February 17th
At 0230hrs, while traveling on Route 202/206 approaching the Burnt Mills/Washington Valley Road traffic light, Bedminster Police observed a Red VW Jetta drive through the red light. A motor vehicle stop was conducted in front of the Bridgewater Manor. Subsequent to the investigation, Ashley Carom, age 23 of Hopewell was arrested for 39:4-50 (driving under the influence), and issued motor vehicle summonses for 39:4-81 (failure to observe traffic control device), 39:4-97 (careless driving), 39:3-74 (obstructed windshield) and 39:3-29 (failure to possess driver’s license).

NOTE: The police blotter is published exactly as reported by the Bedminster Township Police Department in accordance with TAPinto's policy.  The charges reported are only charges, and the persons charged are entitled to the presumption of innocence and a trial.

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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