Lambertville Police Department
Kenneth F. McDermott, 53, of Yardley was arrested on March 20 at 5:13 p.m. for contempt.
While conducting stationary radar, Ptl. Wurpel observed McDermott’s vehicle traveling 70 mph in a posted 35 mph speed zone. Ptl. Wurpel stopped McDermott in the area of State Highway 29 and the Golden Nugget Flea Market. Subsequent to investigation, McDermott was found to have an active traffic warrant issued from the Hopewell Twp. Municipal Court in the amount of $148. McDermott was placed under arrest and processed. McDermott was able to post bail and later released.
Brian D. Gaye, 32, of Trenton was arrested on March 25 at 1:52 a.m. for contempt.
While conducting stationary radar in the area of the Exxon Gas Station, Ptl. Bast observed two males acting suspiciously near Nicola’s Pizza. Subsequent to investigation, both individuals were bread delivery men. After conducting warrant checks on both men, Brian D. Gaye was found to have two active ATS warrants from Trenton Municipal Court and Hamilton Municipal Court, an active ACS warrant issued from Trenton Municipal Court and an NCIC hit from Burlington County Superior Court for failure to pay child support. Gaye was placed under arrest for the active warrants and transported to the Hunterdon County Jail in default of bail.
Jeremy A. Sparks, 39 of Princeton was arrested on March 25 at 5:11 p.m. for contempt.
Lt. Brown stopped Sparks in the area of Perry and George streets after Sparks failed to stop for pedestrians in a crosswalk. Subsequent to investigation, Sparks was found to have an active ATS warrant issued from Princeton Borough Municipal Court in the amount of $150. Sparks was placed under arrest for the warrant. Sparks posted bail and was issued two summonses: failure to yield to pedestrians and failure to exhibit a driver’s license. Sparks was later released with a pending court date.
New Hope Police Department
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