Car Dealer Arrested for Disorderly Conduct, Resisting Arrest at Skyline Auto Auction
Fairfield (NJ) The Fairfield Police Department announces the arrest of Ebenezer Eso (42) of Irvington, N.J. for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest on February 28, 2013. The incident that led to the arrest took place at approximately 7:23 P.M. at the Skyline Auto Auction, located on Route 46 East. It was at that time that the Fairfield police were contacted by security officers at the auction reporting that there was a disorderly person on the premises. Officer Christopher Hlubik and other officers responded to the scene and were advised by security that Eso allegedly would not present his Skyline Auto Auction dealer card, which permits only car dealers into the auction.
Officer Hlubik and the other officers then went to speak with Eso. He was informed that he would have to leave the property and initially he allegedly refused to do so. The officers became concerned for their safety as Eso allegedly refused to take his hands out of his pockets. The officers then attempted to assure that Eso was not in possession of any weapons. He allegedly refused to let the officers investigate this. The officers then attempted to arrest him but he allegedly actively resisted their efforts to handcuff him. He was finally taken into custody.
He was eventually charged by Officer Hlubik and released on his own recognizance with an initial court appearance date scheduled for March 14, 2013 in the Fairfield Municipal Court. (It should be noted that the charges against him are merely allegations and that he is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law)
Suspicious Incident at Target Leads to Warrant Arrest
Fairfield (NJ) On February 23, 2013, at approximately 12:45 PM, the Fairfield Police Department was contacted by Target security regarding two women who were in the store and acting suspiciously. Officers responded to the area of the store. Target security informed the officers, that were outside the store that the women were wheeling around a shopping cart full of merchandise but then left the cart and exited the store. The officers then stopped the women to investigate their actions. It was at this time that one of the women, identified as Limary Colon (25) of Paterson, N.J. was found to have two active warrants for her arrest. The warrants were issued by the Woodbridge and Paterson Municipal Courts. Colon was arrested and brought to police headquarters where she later posted bail.
Three Arrested for being Under Influence of CDS
Fairfield (NJ) The Fairfield Police Department announces the arrest of Lauren Barca (22) of Little Ferry, N.J., Kevin Sisco (43) of Paterson, N.J. and John Notte Jr. (21) of Belleville, N.J. for possession of a hypodermic syringe and for being under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance on February 25, 2013.
At approximately 10:30 AM, Fairfield officers were called to the LaQuinta hotel, located at 38 Two Bridges Road, on a report of a dispute between a female and male. Upon the officers arrival, they were directed to a second floor guest room where they found Barca and Notte. A short time later, Sisco returned to the room. During the course of the investigation, officers allegedly observed a hypodermic syringe in an open dresser drawer. They also observed that each of the individuals allegedly had symptoms consistent with being under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance. The investigation also revealed that Notte allegedly had an outstanding warrant issued by the New Jersey State Bureau of Parole. All were placed under arrest without incident.
Barca and Sisco were later released on their own recognizance with an initial court appearance date scheduled for February 28, 2013 in the Fairfield Municipal Court. Notte, who had complained of difficulty breathing while at the hotel, was transported from there to Mountainside Hospital in Montclair for treatment, while still in police custody. He was turned over to the custody of officers from the Bureau of Parole while at the hospital. The incident was investigated by Sgt. Joseph Keegan and Officer Brian Holzmann. (It should be noted that the charges against the three are merely allegations and that all are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law)
Two DWI Arrests on February 23, 2013
Fairfield (NJ) The Fairfield Police Department, in its efforts in keeping our roadways safe from drunk drivers, announces the arrest of Alejandro Gonzalez-Scott (32) of Lyndhurst, N.J. and Michael Andrews (40) of Andover, N.J. for allegedly driving while intoxicated. The arrest of both individuals took place on February 23, 2013 in two separate incidents within minutes of each other.
The first took place at approximately 2:06 AM. That is when Officer Brian Sabatelli observed a 2007 Honda traveling west on Route 46, appear to be exiting at the Two Bridges Road exit ramp. The vehicle then allegedly suddenly veered right back onto the highway, almost striking a curb. The vehicle was then stopped and the driver was allegedly found to be Gonzalez-Scott. The officer conducted a roadside investigation which ultimately led to the arrest. Gonzalez-Scott was charged with DWI, DWI in a school zone and some other motor vehicle violations. He is scheduled to appear in the Fairfield Municipal Court of February 28, 2013.
Officer Frank Tracey arrived to assist Officer Sabatelli while he was conducting the previously mentioned motor vehicle stop. While assisting, Officer Tracey allegedly observed a 2011 Dodge pickup truck, traveling west on Route 46 and approaching the officers. The vehicle was allegedly traveling in excess of the speed limit and was in the right lane. As the truck passed the officers, the vehicle allegedly never slowed down or moved to the left lane as is required by New Jersey law when emergency vehicle are conducting operations on the shoulder of the roadway.
The officer then got into his vehicle and went after the Dodge and eventually stopped it near Plymouth Street. The driver was identified as Michael Andrews. The officer conducted a field investigation which ultimately led to Andrews’ arrest. He was later charged with DWI, DWI in a school zone and some other motor vehicle violations. He was also given an initial court appearance date of February 28, 2013 in the Fairfield Municipal Court. (It should be noted that the charges against both are merely allegations and that both are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law)