Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Parsippany man had outstanding warrant, caught in car lot during overnight hours, report said.
An allegedly drunk Parsippany man was caught trying to get into vehicles in a township car dealership's parking lot early Saturday morning, Parsippany Police said. According to a police statement, Officer Michelle Kardos was called to Paul Miller Audi at 179 Route 46 at about 2:30 a.m. to investigate a report of a man attempting to enter a vehicle on the dealer's lot. The officer encountered Airick J. Grable, who appeared intoxicated and was trying to get inside an Audi Q5, Sgt. Yvonne Christiano said. Christiano said the officer found Grable had an active warrant out of Lakewood in the amount of $750 for a motor vehicle violation and arrested him. Grable was arrested on the warrant and released on the authority of Lakewood Police …
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Driver and his passenger each arrested following motor vehicle stop on Route 10.
Two Ledgewood men were arrested on outstanding warrants following a motor vehicle stop early Tuesday on Route 10, Parsippany Police said. While on patrol on Route 10 eastbound shortly after 12:30 a.m., Officer Robert Appel saw a green Ford vehicle drifting from lane to lane, police said. Appel pulled over the vehicle and discovered that its driver, 38-year-old Arthur G. Nadeau had a suspended driver’s license and six active motor vehicle warrants out of Mendham Township, Roxbury, Hopatcong, Pohatcong-Philippsburg, Newark and East Orange, according to Sgt. Yvonne Christiano. The warrants totalled of $2,420, police said. Police added that the vehicle’s passenger, William Gonzales, 35, had an active warrant of his own, for contempt of court, …
Thursday, July 26, 2012
Police said the man was wanted in Essex County for a non-violent alleged offense.
A Lake Hiawatha-area traffic stop Monday night led to an outstanding warrant arrest, according to the Parsippany Police Department. Police said Officer Ross Cooper was driving his patrol car along North Beverwyck Road just before 10:30 p.m. when he saw the driver of a 2005 Honda allegedly abruptly pull out in front of him. The officer pulled the driver over and conducted a check on his registration, police said. The check revealed that the registered owner, 24 year-old Melvin Hubbard of Denville, was wanted by the Essex County Sheriff’s Office, police said. The Essex County Sheriff's Office said Hubbard was wanted for allegedly using false documents to obtain a driver's license. Police said Hubbard was transported to the Morris County …
Thursday, June 28, 2012
The following arrest information was supplied by the Parsippany Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Parsippany Police report a Union resident was picked up in the township on outstanding warrants in the wee hours of Sunday morning. Shannon McCartney, 28, was discovered at about 12:30 a.m. while she was a passenger of a black Toyota found by Officer Thomas Dinkelspiel in the parking lot of Lake Parsippany Park, according to police. Police said Dinkelspiel found McCartney had two active failure to appear warrants totaling $1,000 out of Morristown and Madison. McCartney was arrested on the warrants and placed in the custody of Morristown Police Department, police said. For more information on this blotter, contact Natalie.Davis@patch.com.