Who was arrested last week in Secaucus?

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  1. On October 1st at 03:39am, Cranford PD had in their custody 25yo male from Irvington NJ, Jason E. Louis on an active warrant out of Secaucus in the amount of $1,310.00. Louis also had an active warrant out of East Orange in the amount of $1,000.00. Louis was subsequently remanded to the Hudson County Jail.
  2. On October 1st at 06:50pm, Officers responding to the area 505 County Avenue on a report of a dispute. Officers on scene conducting an investigation, arrested 29yo male from Hartford CT, Oscar Cotto Jr. Cotto Jr was charged with Unlawful Possession of a Weapon for being in possession of a Smith & Wesson 9mm handgun. Cotto Jr was also charged with Possession of eight hollow point bullets. Cotto Jr was issued a bail of $25,000 with a 10% option.
  3. On October 2nd at 11:11pm, 27yo female from Jersey City NJ, Malissa J. Ocasio was arrested at the Walmart. Ocasio allegedly stole a customer’s purse and she was subsequently charged with Theft. Ocasio was processed and released pending a court appearance at CJP in Jersey City.
  4. On October 4th at 11:02am, during a motor vehicle stop in the area of County Avenue/Secaucus Road for obstruction of view and tinted windows, 31yo male from Jersey City NJ, Naeem H. Craig was arrested. Craig was said to have an active warrant out of Irvington in the amount of $215.00. Craig was issued motor vehicle summonses for Obstruction of View and Tinted windows. Craig’s bail was posted and he was later released.
  5. On October 3rd at 02:15pm, Officers investigating a report of someone using a fraudulent credit card at the Red Roof Inn, arrested was 25yo female from Tracy CA, Brittany J. Charles. Charles was allegedly using/possessing fraudulent credit cards. Charles was charged with Fraudulent Use of Credit Cards and Credit Card Theft. Charles was processed and released pending a court appearance at CJP in Jersey City.
  6. On October 4th at 03:53pm, during a motor vehicle stop in the area of County Avenue/Paterson Plank Road for tinted windows, 33yo male from Jersey City NJ, Mohamed M. Hassan was arrested. Hassan was charged with Possession of CDS, specifically marijuana. Hassan was also issued motor vehicle summonses for tinted windows and possession of CDS in a motor vehicle. Hassan was processed and released on a summons.
  7. On October 5th at 10:11pm, Newark PD had in their custody 55yo male from Newark NJ, Leonard A. Bridges. Bridges was said to have an active warrant out of Secaucus in the amount of $1,005.00. Bridges was remanded to the Hudson County Jail.
  8. On October 6th at 10:31am, Morris County Jail had in their custody 34yo male from Jersey City NJ, Alex I. Gomez. Gomez was said to have two active warrants out of Secaucus in the amounts of $1,500.00 and $500.00. Gomez also had an active warrant out of Florida. Gomez was charged with being a Fugitive from Justice and was later remanded to the Hudson County Jail.
  9. On October 7th at 03:24am, West New York PD had in their custody 26yo male from West New York Travis G. Villalobos. Villalobos was said to have an active warrant out of Secaucus in the amount of $200.00. Villalobos’ bail was posted at the Secaucus PD and he was released.
  10. On October 7th at 07:35am, during a motor vehicle stop in the area of 700 Plaza Drive for a random hit indicating an active suspension/warrant, 35yo female from Newark NJ, Shanita E. Wheeler was arrested. Wheeler was said to have an active warrant out of Newark in the amount of $300.00. Wheeler was later released on her own recognizance with a motor vehicle summons for driving while suspended.
  11. On October 8th at 11:48am, Somerset County Jail had in their custody 21yo male from Newark NJ, Maurice A. Dixon on an active warrant out of Secaucus in the amount of $430.00. Dixon also had an active warrant out of Newark in the amount of $1,000.00. Dixon was later remanded to the Hudson County Jail by Secaucus PD.

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