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Police Blotter: Several Arrested For Contempt of Court

The following information was obtained from the Cranford Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.

Police Blotter: Several Arrested For Contempt of Court

 

July 16

  • A man from Hillside was arrested on July 16 for contempt of court by . At 8:26 p.m., Officer Nelson Hearns stopped a 2003 Toyota for a motor vehicle violation in the area of Centennial Avenue and Jackson Drive. A brief investigation on scene revealed that the driver, Jamaar Jackson, 27, had outstanding warrants out of Hillside and Newark totaling $600. Jackson was released after posting bail.

July 18

  • Police arrested a Kenilworth man on July 18 on an outstanding warrant. At 3:30 p.m., Officer Spencer Durkin stopped a 2006 Ford Ranger for a motor vehicle violation in the area of North and Forest Avenues. A brief investigation on scene revealed that the driver, Jason F. Tippett, 34, had an outstanding warrant out of Perth Amboy in the amount of $800. Tippett was released after posting bail.
  • A motor vehicle stop led to the arrest of a Linden man for contempt of court, according to Cranford Police. At 10:57 a.m., Officer Peter Graczyk stopped a 1999 Dodge Durango for a motor vehicle violation in the area of Centennial Ave and Myrtle Street. A brief investigation on scene revealed that the driver, Steve L. Johnson, 33, had outstanding warrants out of Woodbridge and Elmwood Park totaling $889. Johnson was released after posting bail.

July 19

  • A motor vehicle stop at 12:28 a.m. revealed that a Garwood resient was wanted for contempt of court. Officer Robert Jordan stopped a 2000 Honda Civic for a motor vehicle violation in the area of South Avenue and Lincoln Avenue West. A brief investigation on scene revealed that the driver, Mirella M. Roman-Nieto, 20, of Garwood, had an outstanding warrant out of Garwood in the amount of $500. Roman-NietoTippett was released with court proceedings pending.

July 23

  • A Kenilworth resident was taken into custody after police leaned that he had an outstanding warrant out of Kenilworth. At 3:28 p.m., Officer Timothy O’Brien stopped two suspicious males in the area of Linden Place and Casino Avenue. A brief investigation on scene revealed that one individual, Dominco Dicesare, 25, of Kenilworth, had an outstanding warrant out of Kenilworth in the amount of $250. Dicesare was released with court proceedings pending.

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