The Secaucus Police Department has been busy over the past week, making several arrests in relation to a variety of crimes.
On January 20th, police arrested 57-year-old Luis Rivera of Jersey City for theft and conspiracy in relation to a theft incident that occurred at Jimmy Jazz, a store located at 80 Enterprise Avenue. Mr. Rivera was transported to the Hudson County Jail.
On January 21st, police conducted a motor vehicle stop and arrested 51-year-old Joesette Colclough of Jersey City for outstanding warrants and hindering apprehension for providing false information to the police. Ms. Colclough was released on her own recognizance and issued a complaint summons along with 6 motor vehicle summonses.
On January 22nd, police conducted two separate motor vehicle stops and arrested two individuals for driving while intoxicated. The first, 24-year-old Benjamin Martinez Portillo of Union City, was issued a motor vehicle summons and released into the custody of a responsible adult. The second, 43-year-old Luis Tineo of Ridgefield, was also issued a motor vehicle summons and released into the custody of a responsible adult.
On the same day, police were notified by the State Parole Board of an outstanding warrant for an individual living in Secaucus. A motor vehicle stop was conducted and police arrested 29-year-old William Shutte of Secaucus for the outstanding warrant, as well as 36-year-old Jason Flores of Teaneck and 27-year-old Isiah Medina of Union City for possession of crack cocaine and drug paraphernalia. All three individuals were transported to the Hudson County Jail.
Finally, on January 22nd at 10:00 PM, police conducted another motor vehicle stop and arrested 31-year-old Oscar Garcia-Jeronimo of East Orange for driving while intoxicated. He was issued a motor vehicle summons and released into the custody of a responsible adult.
It is important to note that all of these individuals are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.