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- Woman arrested for attempting to fake drug test
- Arrested: Theresa Lavin, age 27, of Sussex Borough, NJ.
- Couple arrested at MVC for outstanding warrants
- Arrested: David J. Reshke, age 35, of Netcong, NJ and Courtney E. Kieffer, age 23, of Newton, NJ.
- Woman arrested after driving to MVC with suspended license
- Arrested: Christina Talmadge, age 34, of Montague Township, NJ.
- Man arrested at courthouse for attempting to fake drug test
- Arrested: Brian L. Dippel, age 20, of Sparta Township, NJ.
- Whoops…burglary suspect leaves driver’s license behind
- Arrested: Owen R. Cox, age 24, of Andover Boro, NJ.
- Couple arrested for outstanding warrants at probation department
- Arrested: Joseph C. Baesler, age 33, of Sussex Boro, NJ and Melody Neale, age 26, of Milford, PA.
- Sheriff’s office participates in statewide DWI enforcement grant
- The sheriff’s office’s participation in this enforcement effort concluded with five arrests for DWI and another seven arrests for drug offenses.
- Sheriff’s K-9 search results in seizure of heroin brick
- Arrested: Christopher Kotz, age 30 and Johnathan DeLucchi, age 23, both of Hopatcong, NJ.
- Sheriff’s office participates in statewide nonsupport sweep
- The sweep, carried out in all 21 New Jersey counties, tracks down parents with outstanding warrants for failure to pay child support.
- Fredon Township woman arrested after harboring fugitive
- Arrested: Stephen Honthy, age 39, formerly of Hopatcong and Dawn Stewart, age 49, of Fredon Twp., NJ.
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