Hoboken Police Arrest 4 On DWI, One Involving Stolen Car

Hoboken Detective Lieutenant Danilo Cabrera reports there were four DWI arrests in recent days in the Mile Square City, with one involving a stolen car.  In the first incident, 34-year old female Quincy L. Fulmore-Fowlks from Newark, was arrested at 701 Adams Street on March 4 at 11:32 pm.

According to Cabrera, at about 11:08 PM, Police Officer Andrias Bonilla, Police Officer Jessica Pizanie, and Police Officer Rose Kanan conducted a motor vehicle stop in the area of 7th and Adams. The officers observed the vehicle traveling the wrong way on a one way street. The operator was identified as Quincy L. Fulmore-Fowlks.  Officers suspected Quincy was under the influence of an intoxicant. Therefore, a standardized field sobriety test was conducted by Police Officer Bianca Arroyo who determined Quincy was unable to safely operate a motor vehicle.

She was placed under arrest for driving while intoxicated and transported to police headquarters. Quincy provided the necessary breath samples and received motor vehicle summonses for Driving While Intoxicated, Reckless Driving, and Wrong Way on a One Way street. Quincy was released to a responsible party.

In the next case, 23-year old Sean Gaffney from Chester was arrested on March 5 at 6:25 pm at 401 Willow Avenue.  Cabrera says at about 6:20 PM, Police Officer Anthony Rutkowski and Police Officer Christopher Soto conducted a motor vehicle stop of a vehicle parked in front of a fire hydrant facing the wrong way on a one-way street.

The operator was identified as Gaffney.  Officers suspected he was under the influence of an intoxicant and Officer Rutkowski performed a standardized field sobriety test.  Officer Rutkowski determined Gaffney was unable to safely operate a motor vehicle and placed him under arrest for driving while intoxicated.  He was transported to police headquarters and provided the necessary breath samples for chemical testing.

He received motor vehicle summonses for Driving While Intoxicated, Reckless Driving, Wrong Way on a One Way, Blocking a Fire Hydrant.  He was released to a responsible party.

In the third case, Cabrera says 24-year old male Levi Metheny of Jersey City was arrested at 94 Washington Street at 12:28 am on Sunday, March 6.  Cabrera reports that at about 12:19 AM, Police Officer Francis McCourt and Detective Conor Milne observed a delivery truck with its’ lift gate down traveling southbound from the area of 2nd and Washington Streets.

Moments later, the operator of the truck approached the officers to report the truck was just stolen. Officer McCourt transmitted the incident over the police radio, and a few moments later the vehicle was stopped in the area of 94 Washington Street by Police Officer Frank Lombardo.The operator was identified as Metheny.  Officers suspected he was under the influence of an intoxicant and Police Officer Joshua Campoverde performed a standardized field sobriety test.

Officer Campoverde determined Metheny was unable to safely operate a motor vehicle and he was placed under arrest for driving while intoxicated, burglary and theft.  He was transported to police headquarters where he refused to provide breath samples for chemical testing and was charged a summons for Burglary and Theft of a Motor Vehicle. He also received motor vehicle summonses for Driving While Intoxicated, Reckless Driving, and Refusal to Submit to Chemical Testing.  He was released to a responsible party.

In the final incident, Cabrera says Cameron Lee, age 34 of Chino, California, was arrested at 115 Washington Street on Sunday, March 6 at 4:18 am.  This incident began at about 4:01 am according to Cabrera.

Police Officer Jesse Castellano observed a vehicle traveling the wrong way on a one way in the area of Newark and Hudson Streets.  Officer Castellano pulled behind the vehicle and conducted a motor vehicle stop in the area of 115 Washington Street. The operator was identified as Lee.   Castellano suspected Cameron was under the influence of an intoxicant. Officer Daniel Grossi performed a standardized field sobriety test and determined Lee was unable to safely operate a motor vehicle and placed him under arrest for driving while intoxicated.

He was transported to police headquarters where he refused to provide breath samples for chemical testing.  He was issued a motor vehicle summonses for Driving While Intoxicated, Reckless Driving, Refusal to Submit to Chemical Testing, Wrong Way on a One Way, and Unregistered Vehicle.   He was released to a responsible party.

All of the defendants in these cases are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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