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12/8/20, DWI, Resisting Arrest (PO Parisi): PO Parisi observed a commercial vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed and failing to maintain its lane on Route 15 South as it passed her. Parisi got behind the vehicle when it abruptly pulled into the Exxon Gas Station. The driver immediately exited his truck and a bottle of wine fell out. The driver motioned for Parisi to “hold on” and he sprinted inside the gas station where he proceeded to lock himself in the bathroom. PO Riley, PO Carroll, PO Zachowski, and Sgt. Stokes all responded and the driver, later identified as Kyle Davis, finally unlocked the door and swan dove on the bathroom floor, acting erratic. Davis was arrested for suspicion of DWI and resisting arrest. He was charged with fourth degree eluding, which was placed on a warrant due to his criminal history. He was detained at the Morris County Correctional Facility.

 12/9/20, MV Stop, DWI (P.O Riley): PO Riley conducted a traffic stop on Berkshire Valley Road for the vehicle failing to maintain its lane. Further investigation revealed the driver, Mathew Alex, was driving while intoxicated. Mathew was transported to police headquarters and provided sufficient breath samples after nine attempts. Alex was given his MV summonses and released.

 12/11/20, MV Stop (P.O. Riley): Joshua Steward was placed under arrest at the scene of a motor vehicle stop, after he turned over four grams of marijuana to P.O. Riley. He was processed and released pending the completion/passing of the upcoming marijuana legislation.

12/15/20, Erratic Driver Complaint DWI (P.O. Riley): William Buzinkai was stopped after a 911 erratic driving complaint on Berkshire Valley Road. Buzinkai was given roadside sobriety testing, which he faile. He was arrested, processed, issued several summonses, and released to a friend pending court.

12/18/20, DWI Detail Arrest (P.O. Paskas): Justin McMillen was stopped for speeding on Route 15 South. McMillen was arrested for CDS in the vehicle amount over 50 grams. He was processed and released.

12/18/2020, DWI/CDS (PO Lamantia, P.O. Romash DWI Detail): Christopher Delgado was arrested at the scene of a motor vehicle stop for driving under the influence, possession of a substantial amount of raw marijuana, and disorderly conduct. He was processed and released on a summons to a friend.

12/21/2020, DWI (PO Paskas, Squad 4, DWI Detail): Denise Demaio was arrested at the scene of a motor vehicle accident on Espanong Road near Bird Lane for driving under the influence. She was processed at police headquarters.

12/26/2020, DWI (PO Zachowski, DWI Detail, P.O. Paskas): Susan Miller was arrested at the scene of a motor vehicle crash for driving while intoxicated. Miller ran off the roadway and struck a tree on Berkshire Valley Road near Blue Road. Miller was processed.

12/30/2020, DWI (PO Riley): Robin Gutierrez of 1 Brett Court was arrested for DWI following an erratic driver complaint on Berkshire Valley Road. Gutierrez was transported, processed, and provided breath samples which revealed a .15% BAC. Gutierrez was released to his brother without issue.

01/01/2021, MV Stop, CDS Possession Distribution, (PO Saparito): Julio Barlocco was arrested after he was stopped for crossing the double yellow line on Berkshire Valley Road. Further investigation revealed suspected marijuana in his backpack along with packaging and paraphernalia items. He was charged with CDS possession, CDS distribution and paraphernalia, processed, and released.

01/01/2021, Suspicious Vehicle stop, CDS (Cpl. Romash): Michael D’Angelo of Bronx, NY was arrested after a motor vehicle complaint of road rage. Michael was in possession of CDS, suspected marijuana in the White Rock School parking lot. He was charged with possession of CDS, and paraphernalia within a school zone.

Citizens who have information relating to crimes, criminal activity or wanted persons (fugitives) can call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Morris County Crime Stoppers offer the citizens of Morris County direct and easy access to their law enforcement community.  Reward and anonymity are the incentive.  Making Morris County a safer place to live is the benefit. (973) COP-CALL

Note:  All individuals charged with a crime are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law.

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