Published On: Mon, Feb 8th, 2016

Lambertville police blotter – Driving with weed; driving with crack; driving under the influence; fighting in the Grill Room

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Case #16000302:

Adan Osorio-Dejesus, 33, of Buckingham, was arrested on Jan. 22 at 2:17 a.m. for DUI.

While on routine patrol, Lt. Brown observed Osorio-Dejesus’ vehicle driving erratically in the area of Station Court. Lt. Brown stopped Osorio-Dejesus in the parking lot of the Lambertville Station.  Subsequent to investigation, Osorio-Dejesus was found to be under the influence of alcohol to a degree which rendered him incapable of safe driving.

Osorio-Dejesus was placed under arrest and processed for the DUI. Lt. Brown charged Osorio-Dejesus with DUI, careless driving, and failure to exhibit driver’s license. Osorio-Dejesus was later released with a pending court date.

Case #16000770:

Mark J. Naprawa, 25, of Ewing, N.J., was arrested on Jan. 31 at 2:18 a.m. for DUI.

While on routine patrol, Lt. Brown observed Naprawa’s vehicle traveling in the area of Route 29. A random plate inquiry revealed Naprawa’s vehicle registration to be expired.

Lt. Brown stopped Naprawa in the area of Route 29 and Weeden Street. Subsequent to investigation, Naprawa was found to be under the influence of alcohol to a degree which rendered him incapable of safe driving.

Naprawa was placed under arrest and processed for the DUI. Lt. Brown charged Naprawa with DUI, careless driving, unregistered vehicle, and failure to observe traffic lanes. Naprawa was later released with a pending court date.

Case #16000785:

Marcus M. Gerald, 29, of New Hope, was arrested on Jan. 31 at 8:06 p.m. for active warrants.

While on routine patrol, Ptl. Pascoe conducted a random plate inquiry of Gerald’s vehicle. The lookup revealed Gerald to have an active ATS warrant out of Lawrenceville, N.J., in the amount of $288. In addition, Gerald was found to have active ATS warrants out of Branchburg, Trenton, and Ewing, N.J. Gerald was placed under arrest and processed for the warrants. Gerald was unable to post bail and was later lodged in the Mercer County Correctional Facility.

Case #16000822:

Riley E. Griffith, 19, of Sewell, N.J., was arrested on Jan. 31 at 1:27 a.m. for multiple violations.

While on routine patrol, Lt. Brown observed Griffith’s vehicle traveling in the area of routes 165 and 29 in the left lane. Lt. Brown stopped Griffith in the area of Route 29 and Weeden Street for failure to keep right. Subsequent to investigation, Griffith was found to be in possession of a silver metal grinder, containing suspected marijuana. Griffith was placed under arrest and charged with possession of CDS, possession of paraphernalia, and CDS in a motor vehicle. Griffith was later released with a pending court date.

Case #16000909:

Raymond W. Chick, 54, of Lambertville, N.J., and Chester Tayvinsky III, 58, of Dorothy, N.J., were arrested on Feb. 3 at 8:52 p.m. for disorderly conduct.

Patrols responded to Hamilton’s Grill Room for a report of a fight in progress. Patrols arrived on scene and observed Chick and Tayvinsky actively engaged in a fight. Both were placed under arrest by Lt. Brown and Ptl. Wurple. Chick and Tayvinsky were each charged with disorderly conduct. Chick and Tayvinsky were later released with a pending court date.

Case #16000984:

Katherine S. Kelly, 37, of Trenton, was arrested on Feb. 6 at 1:50 a.m. for multiple violations.

While on routine patrol, Ptl. Cooper observed Kelly’s vehicle in the traveling in the area of Route 29 with a license plate light out. Ptl. Cooper stopped Kelly in the area of Swan Street and Brunswick Avenue.

Subsequent to investigation, Kelly was found to be in possession of a hypodermic needle, glassine bags, and several rocks of suspected crack cocaine. In addition, Kelly was found to have multiple ACS warrants for her arrest. Kelly was placed under arrest and charged with possession of CDS, possession of paraphernalia, CDS in a motor vehicle, and driving while suspended. Kelly was later lodged at the Hunterdon County Jail.

Case #16000822:

Kristy R. Capote, 26, of Hatfield was arrested on Feb. 6 at 10:11PM for multiple violations.

While on routine patrol, Lt. Brown observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed in the area of State Highway 202 south. Lt. Brown stopped the vehicle in the area of U.S. Route 202, just north of the toll plaza. Subsequent to investigation, the front seat passenger, Capote, was found to be in possession of suspected marijuana and paraphernalia.

Capote was placed under arrest and charged with possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana, and possession of paraphernalia. Capote was later released with a pending court date.

(Information is provided by law enforcement officials, and is assumed accurate. All suspects and arrested persons are presumed not guilty unless proven guilty in a Court of Law or until such rights are waived by the accused.)

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  1. I’m curious how arrests are chosen to be made public. Are there other kinds of arrests that are not revealed in the media? Are the only arrests in Lambertville drug and alcohol related?

    • kingoffolk@hotmail.com' GODettes says:

      Yes Pink Flamingo, the only arrests made in New Hope and Lambertville are drug and alcohol related, except when the Grammar and Vocabulary Police are called in to arrest someone who doesn’t know how to use commas and semicolons. They have been known to use excessive force when dealing with people who use imaginary words such as “irregardless.” Please be careful, I would hate to read about you on here.

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