Staten Island Woman Arrested for Prostitution and Drug Charges
Fairfield (NJ) The Fairfield Police Department announces the arrest of Ivelisse Lozano (33) of Staten Island, N.Y. for promoting prostitution, prostitution, and possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana on March 21, 2013. On that date a detail of Fairfield police officers, who were tasked with cracking down on prostitution in the township’s hotels, developed information that alleged prostitution was taking place in a room in the LaQuinta hotel, located at 38 Two Bridges Road. The officers conducted an investigation throughout the day which ultimately resulted in them going to Lozano’s room and arresting her for alleged prostitution. The officers also allegedly found suspected marijuana in the room. The officers involved were Sgt. Paul Bowden and Officers Frank Tracey, Ian Rasmussen and Christopher Hlubik.
Lozano was released on her own recognizance with an initial court appearance date of March 28, 2013 in the Fairfield Municipal Court. (It should be noted that the charges against her are merely allegations and that she is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law)
Broadway Lane Residence Destroyed by Fire
On March 21, 2013 at 11:26 P.M., the Fairfield Police Department received a 9-1-1 call reporting a house fire at 54 Broadway Lane. First responding officers found a heavy smoke condition along with the rear of the residence fully involved in fire. Fire departments from Fairfield, Verona, North Caldwell, West Caldwell and Pine Brook responded to extinguish the fire and assist with operations. In addition, the West Essex First Aid Squad also responded.
Fairfield Fire Department Chief Andrew Williams declared the fire under control at approximately 12:40 A.M. at which time overhaul operations were commencing. The cause of the fire is under investigation by the Fairfield Fire Prevention Bureau. No serious injuries were reported. The residence was unoccupied at the time of the incident.
Glen Rock Man Arrested for Alleged Con
Fairfield (NJ) The Fairfield Police Department announces the arrest of Frank Corpi (48) of Glen Rock, N.J. on one count of theft by deception. A warrant for his arrest had been issued for the charge and he surrendered himself to Fairfield authorities on March 23, 2013.
The incident, which formed the basis for the charge, began back in December 2012. That is when the victim, who was in the midst of an extended stay at the LaQuinta hotel on Two Bridges Road, met Corpi who was also a guest of the hotel. Corpi purported himself to be a financial analyst and allegedly spoke to the victim about making a financial investment with him. Corpi allegedly helped to gain the confidence of the victim by helping to negotiate a better room and cell phone rate for the victim.
On December 22, 2012, the victim gave Corpi $11,000 to make an investment for her with the promise that Corpi would be paying her dividends on the investment by January 2013. No dividends were ever paid. The victim allegedly never saw Corpi again. The case was investigated by Detective Michael Nyhuis.
Corpi was released on $10,000 bail pending an initial court appearance date of April 3, 2013 in the Superior Court in Newark, N.J. (It should be noted that the charge against Corpi are merely allegations and that he is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law)
Parsippany Man Arrested for DWI after Accident with Bus Stop Shelter
Fairfield (NJ) The Fairfield Police Department announces the arrest of Daniel Greenzweig (27) of Lake Hiawatha, N.J. for driving while intoxicated on March 17, 2013. At approximately 12:55 A.M., Officer John McGrory was on patrol on Route 46 as part of a drunk driving enforcement initiative that was put in place by the Fairfield Police Department for the St. Patrick’s Day weekend, when he observed a Chevrolet Camaro ahead of him that appeared to be exceeding the posted speed limit of 50 M.P.H. and allegedly failing to maintain its lane. Officer McGrory then initiated a motor vehicle stop.
He identified the driver as Greenzweig. During the course of his roadside investigation, the officer noticed that the front of the Camaro had shards of glass on it. The officer noted that this along, with the vehicle’s description, matched an earlier alert that was put out by the Montville Police Department concerning a vehicle that allegedly struck a glass bus stop shelter in their jurisdiction and left the scene of the accident. The Montville police responded to the scene and confirmed that Greenzweig’s vehicle appeared to be the vehicle involved in the earlier accident. Officer McGrory eventually placed Greenzweig under arrested for driving while intoxicated.
He was later charged with DWI, driving with a suspended driver’s license and other motor vehicle violations. He was eventually released on his own recognizance with an initial court appearance date of March 21, 2013 in the Fairfield Municipal Court. At press time, it was not known what if any charges the Montville Police Department were charging. (It should be noted that the charges against Greenzweig are merely allegations and that he is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law)