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The Clark Blotter: Police Make Arrests for Possession, Outstanding Warrants

The following arrest information was provided by the Clark Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Clark police activity for Dec. 10 - 17, 2012:

Possession

Dec. 10, 10:29 p.m. –  In the vicinity of James Avenue, police arrested Donna Laferrara, age 34, single, unemployed of 1152 Inwood Place in Plainfield for possession of CDS (controlled dangerous substances) and driving with a suspended license. Laferrara was also detained on an outstanding warrant in the amount of $750.00 from New Brunswick for contempt of court. Laferrara was subsequently turned over to the New Brunswick Police Department and transported to the Middlesex County Jail. Sgt. Patrick Grady was the arresting officer.

Dec. 11, 11:12 a.m. –  In the vicinity of Lake Avenue, police arrested Jazman Allen, age 26, single, employment status unknown of 933 East Front Street, Apt. A in Plainfield for possession of CDS (controlled dangerous substances) with intent to distribute, possession of CDS paraphernalia and unlawful possession of a weapon.  He was also issued several summonses for motor vehicle violations. Bail was set at $117,500, and Allen was subsequently transported to the Union County Jail. Ricardo Oliveira was  the arresting officer.

Dec. 13, 11:56 p.m. – In the vicinity of Westfield Avenue, police arrested Abdallah Jaber, age 29, single, of 212 Dundee Avenue in Paterson for possession of CDS (controlled dangerous substances). Jaber was also detained on outstanding warrants totaling $1,585 from Clifton, Elmwood Park, Paterson and Wayne for contempt of court. Jaber was subsequently released on his own recognizance on the Clark charges pending a court date and after posting bail on the warrants. Christian Lott was the arresting officer. 

Criminal Mischief

Dec. 12, 9:29 p.m. –  At Headquarters, police arrested Jeffrey Wietry, age 29, single, a carpenter of 276 Waite Avenue, Apt. #1 in Rahway for criminal mischief. Wietry was subsequently released on his own recognizance pending a court date. Det. George Marmarou was the arresting officer.

Warrant Arrests

Dec. 10, 12:02 p.m. – In the vicinity of the Garden State Parkway northbound connector, police arrested Devon Bridgers, age 38, single, unemployed of 42 Montrose Street in Newark on an outstanding warrant from the Essex County Sheriff’s Department for contempt of court. Bridgers was subsequently turned over to the Essex County Sheriff’s Department. Ricardo Oliveira was the arresting officer.

Dec. 12, 9:22 a.m. – At Headquarters, police arrested Tara Murphy, age 38, single, a systems analyst of 111 Cherry Street, 1st Floor in Iselin on an outstanding warrant from Middletown in the amount of $500 for contempt of court. Murphy was subsequently turned over to the Middletown Police Department. Dan Pitts was the arresting officer.

Dec. 12, 9:32 p.m. – In the vicinity of Westfield Avenue, police arrested Delio Coutinho, age 50, married, a finance manager, 95 Napoleon Street in Newark on outstanding warrants totaling $3,658 from Elizabeth, Linden, Manahawkin, Millburn, Newark, Springfield, Union and Woodbridge for contempt of court. Coutinho was subsequently turned over to the Union Township Police Department. Kenneth Gaulette was the arresting officer.

Dec. 13, 8:56 a.m. –  In the vicinity of Valley Road, police arrested Lamont McCall, age 33, single, unemployed of 732 Lyons Avenue, Apt. #101 in Irvington on an outstanding warrant from the Essex County Sheriff’s Department for contempt of court. McCall was subsequently turned over to the Essex County Sheriff’s Department. Det. Antonio Manata was the arresting officer. 

 

The information in this police blotter is provided by the Clark Police Department. It may not include all police activity. For information on an incident not listed here, email jessica.remo@patch.com.

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