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A charge is not a conviction. All persons are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Charges can be amended or dismissed.

On September 25th at 6:46 am Secaucus Police were dispatched to Plainfield Police Dept. to take custody of a 22yo male, Osvaldo Ferraz of Elizabeth for an outstanding warrant in the amount of $535.00 from Secaucus. Mr. Ferraz was unable to post bail and was transported to Hudson County Jail.

On September 26th at 8:50 am during patrol in Walmart Parking lot, Secaucus Police witnessed a motor vehicle, with its hazard lights on illegally parked in the Fire Zone (Town Ordinance # 127-23) in the wrong direction of traffic flow. While inspecting the vehicle, Patrolman saw a small clear baggy containing suspected methamphetamine. A 45yo male, Robert Matay of Newark was arrested for Possession of Methamphetamine [2C:35-10A (1)], Possession of Marijuana [2C:35-10A(4)], Possession of Drug Paraphernalia [2C:36-2]. Mr. Matay was transported to Hudson County Jail.

On September 26th at 12:40 pm, Jersey City Police transported a 22yo male, Marcus Howard of Jersey City to Secaucus Police Headquarters for an outstanding warrant in the amount of $700.00 from Secaucus. Mr. Howard was later transported to Hudson County Jail.

On September 26th at 7:32 pm Secaucus Police responded to Walmart on a call that the LPO was detaining a female for attempted Shoplifting. A 29yo female, Jasmin Gordon of Newark was arrested for Shoplifting [2C:20-11B]. During the investigation, it was found Ms. Gordon had removed over $1400.00 in various merchandise that was recovered in her vehicle. Ms. Gordon was issued her summons and released.

On September 28th at 8:09 pm Secaucus Police responded Meadowlands Parkway on a call of a suspicious vehicle. Steven Finster, 31, of Ridgefield was arrested for 2 outstanding warrants totaling $1626.00 from Ridgefield. Ridgefield PD issued an R.O.R. and Mr. Finster was then released.

On September 28th at 11:32 pm, Secaucus Police were dispatched to Edison Fast Parking on New County Rd. on a call of a passenger not paying a cab fare from NYC. While on scene, police witnessed a SUV attempting to leave one of the exits where a Police car was parked. The cab driver identified the man in SUV as the individual who did not pay. A 37yo male, Nicholaus Sheffer-Vicari of Florham Park was arrested for DWI and Eluding Police [2C:29-2B] when he attempted to flee after receiving a signal from police to stop. Mr. Sheffer-Vicari was issued 4 MV summonses (DWI, Refusal to Submit to Breath Samples, Reckless Driving, Improper Backing) then released to a responsible adult.

On September 29th at 7:08 am during a Motor Vehicle stop a 49yo male, Edwin Perez of Passaic was arrested for 2 outstanding warrants totaling $156.00 both from Passaic. Mr. Perez posted bail, was issued 5 MV Summonses (Driving While Suspended, Unregistered Vehicle, Driving without License, Uninsured Vehicle, Suspended Registration) then released.

On September 29th at 8:55 am, Secaucus Police were dispatched to Summit Police Dept. to take custody of a 27yo male, Joris Koranteng of Maplewood for 3 outstanding warrants totaling $1235.00 from Secaucus, Seaside Heights and Hoboken. Mr. Korenteng was transported to Hudson County Jail.

On September 30th at 8:37 am during a motor vehicle stop (Failure to Observe Traffic Control Device), a 27yo female, Lilila Kushnir of Ridgewood, NY and 21yo female, Dorottya Vanyi of Woodmere, NY were arrested for Possession of suspected Cocaine [2C:35-10A (1)]. Ms. Kushnir was issued 5 Motor Vehicle summonses (Obstruction of Windshield, Driving without a License, Operation of MV while in Possession of CDS, Failure to Observe Traffic Signal). Ms. Vanyi was issued 1 MV summons (Open Container of Alcohol in MV). Both parties were released without incident.

On October 1, Secaucus Police responded to a call of Shoplifting at Kohl’s. A 25yo female, Christina Howell and 27yo female Sieadah Triplett, both of Newark were arrested for Shoplifting [2C:20-11B]. In additional each female had 1 outstanding warrant. Both females satisfied said warrants were issued their summonses then released.

These charges are merely accusations and the defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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