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On May 23rd at 9:16 pm, Secaucus Police responded to a call at United Parcel Service for an employee dispute. A 32yo male, Temple Bravo of Newark was arrested for an outstanding warrant from Pennsylvania. He was charged with being a Fugitive from Justice [2A:160-10]. Mr. Bravo was processed and awaited transportation to the Hudson County Jail.

On May 23rd at 7:30am, Secaucus Police responded to the Roselle Park Police department and arrested Isbrielle Michem, 20 of Wilkes Bare, PA on an outstanding warrant for Theft [2C:20-3a]. She was processed and released after appearing before Judge Boylan.

On May 24th at 9:20 am during a Motor Vehicle stop a 41yo male Anthony Cancel of Ridgewood was arrested for an outstanding warrant in the amount of $203.00 from Glen Rock. Mr. Cancel was issued MV summons (Driving With suspended Registration) and released.

On May 24th at 11:12pm Port Authority Police notified Secaucus Police they had in their custody a 66yo male Santiago Oviedo-Alvarez from Guttenberg on an outstanding warrant from Secaucus in the amount of $1500.00. Secaucus Police took custody of Mr. Oviedo-Alvarez then transported him to the Hudson County Jail.

On May 25th at 1:10pm Secaucus Police responded to Wal-Mart on an alleged Shoplifting [2C:20-11B] of various cell phones valued at $207.88. A 43yo male, Sawab Williams of Elizabeth was arrested. Mr. Williams was processed and transported to the Hudson County Jail.

On May 25th at 4:43 pm during a Motor Vehicle stop (seat belt), a 22yo male Luke Jackson of Bloomfield was arrested for an outstanding warrant in the amount of $250.00 from Bloomfield. Mr. Jackson was able to post bail, issued 2 MV summonses (Seat Belt, Driving While Suspended) then released.

On May 25th at 5:27 pm Secaucus Police responded to the area of Mill Creek Drive on a report of a male who allegedly shoplifted from Toys R Us. The male fled the area on foot. During a search of the surrounding area Police spotted a male fitting the description, and attempted to question him when he ran from officers. Police pursued on foot and apprehended a 25yo male Antoine Whitney of Brooklyn, NY. Mr. Whitney was arrested charged with Resisting Arrest [2C:29-2A(1)], Hindering Apprehension [2C:29-3B(4)], Obstructing Justice [2C:29-1A], Shoplifting [2C:20-11B] and Possession of Burglary Tools [2C: 5-5A]. Mr. Whitney was processed placed on summons and released.

On May 25th at 8:25 pm during a Motor Vehicle stop (Improper Display) a 29yo male Jonathan Gunn of Jersey City was arrested after he was found in possession of a quantity of crack/cocaine. He was charged with Possession of CDS [2C:35-10A(1)] and an outstanding warrant from Jersey City in the amount of $100.00. Mr. Gunn was processed, issued 4 MV summonses (Improper Display, Driving Unlicensed, Driving While Suspended, Driving While in Possession of CDS), and transported to Hudson County Jail.

On May 25th at 9:42 pm Secaucus Police were detailed to the area of Home Depot on a call of a male sleeping in vehicle. When Police arrived the vehicle had left the scene and was traveling West on Route 3. The driver had pulled over to inspect tire damage when Police arrived. A 53yo male, Antonio Duarte of Lincoln Park was arrested for DUI and also charged with Reckless Driving and Leaving Scene of Accident and was released to a responsible adult.

On May 26th at 2:00 pm Secaucus Police responded to Camden County Jail to pick up a 50yo male, George Zane of Rutherford on an outstanding warrant from Secaucus in the amount of $3000.00. Mr. Zane was brought to Hudson County Jail.

On May 26th at 10:47 pm a 47yo male, Robert Haywood of Secaucus turned himself in on an active bench warrant from Probation. Mr. Haywood was transported to the Hudson County Jail.

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