MIDDLE POLICE MAKE “QUALITY OF LIFE” ARRESTS

Middle Township PoliceQuality of life issues were addressed over the weekend by Middle Township Police. Police there say they made a number of arrests involving quality of life issues.

This detail consisted of plain clothed officers walking around the area of local establishments and bus stops enforcing public nuisance complaints that have been received by the public regarding public drunkenness, loitering and underage drinking of alcoholic beverages.

The detail resulted in the arrests of eight individuals.  The following is a list of those individuals arrested and the offenses committed.

David Worster, 49 years of age, of Rio Grande, NJ was arrested for having an open container of alcohol in public.

Albert Otto, 48 years of age, of Wildwood, NJ was arrested for having an open container of alcohol in public.

Danielle Stern, 18 years of age, of Woodcliff Lake, NJ was arrested for using a fictitious identification card to purchase alcoholic beverages.

Camilo Garcia, 19 years of age, from Philadelphia, PA was arrested for using a fictitious identification card to purchase alcoholic beverages and obstruction by flight, a crime of the 4th degree, by fleeing on foot when told to stop by police.  He was released on a criminal summons complaint.

Joseph Tursi, 18 years of age, from Philadelphia, PA was arrested for using a fictitious identification card to purchase alcoholic beverages.

Jeremiah Sullivan, 52 years of age, from Erma, NJ was arrested for disturbing good order and peace by being passed out, intoxicated, in front of Dairy Queen of Rio Grande.  He was transported to Cape Regional Medical Center for evaluation by Middle Township Rescue.

A 17 year old female, from Rio Grande, NJ was charged with purchasing alcoholic beverages as a minor.  She was accompanied by an adult, who was in possession of the alcohol, but the juvenile made the purchase.  The adult, Julie Grube, 22 years of age, of Rio Grande, NJ was arrested for supplying and/or purchasing alcohol for a minor.

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