September 28 At 4:15 p.m., Byram Police received a report of a shoplifter from the Quick-Check on Route 206. The employees stated that the shoplifter was trying to flee the store. Stanhope Police and a Sussex County Sheriff’s Officer who were nearby located the suspect in front of the store and held him there until Byram Police arrived. The suspect, Robert W. Nunamann, 38, of Ledgewood had attempted to steal approximately $40 worth of items from the store but was observed by store employees concealing the merchandise in his pants and jacket. He was placed under arrest after admitting to concealing the merchandise and transported to Byram Police HQ where he was processed and then turned over to the Dover Police Department on an outstanding warrant. He was released to the Dover Police pending an October Byram Municipal Court appearance after he was charged with shoplifting. September 30 At 12:17 a.m., Brian R. Archibald, 39, of Ledgewood was stopped by Sgt. Marian for falling to keep right while traveling north on Route 206. After a brief roadside investigation, field sobriety tests were conducted which Archibald failed. He was placed under arrest for driving while intoxicated and transported to Police HQ where he refused to provide breath samples. He was processed and released after 12 hours pending an October Byram Municipal Court date. He was charged with failing to keep right, driving while intoxicated, refusing to submit to breath tests and having an open container of alcohol in his car. His vehicle was impounded for 12 hours as required by state law. At 11 p.m., Byram Police patrols observed a vehicle at the entrance to the State Park on Waterloo Road near Continental Drive. The vehicle was running with the lights out. Patrols stopped to check on the vehicle and further investigation revealed the driver, Andrew Rosenfeld, 21, of Hopatcong to be operating under the influence of alcohol and to be in possession of cocaine. Rosenfeld was placed under arrest and transported to the police station where he was processed and charged with DWI, possession of cocaine, possession of cds in a motor vehicle. He was lodged in the county jail in default of bail. October 1 At 10:56 p.m., Byram police stopped a motor vehicle for a traffic violation. During the stop, a computer check revealed several outstanding arrest warrants for a passenger in the vehicle identified as Morgan G. Hookaway, 19, of Netcong. He was placed under arrest and lodged In the Sussex County Jail in default of $250 on a warrant issued out of Byram Township Municipal Court. He also had two other warrants out of Seaside Municipal Court for $1,100. October 3 At 2:45 a.m., a Byram officer observed a vehicle driving south on Route 206 failing to maintain its lane of travel, crossing over the yellow line into the northbound lane. The vehicle was stopped and further investigation revealed the driver, Daniel Molina, 25, of Hackettstown to be under the influence of alcohol. Molina was placed under arrest and transported to the police station where he was administered breath tests. Molina was processed and charged with the failure to maintain lane, unlicensed driver and driving while intoxicated. Molina was released pending a municipal court hearing. At 3 a.m., Byram patrols were on a motor vehicle stop in front of the Quik-Chek parking lot near the southern entrance when a vehicle driven by Edwin Serrano, 25, of Hackettstown entered the lot from the northern entrance. The vehicle traveled through the lot at a high rate of speed and pulled halfway in a space at the southern end near patrols. An officer went over to check out the vehicle and found Serrano to be under the influence of alcohol. Serrano was placed under arrest and transported to the police station where he failed breath tests. Serrano was processed and charged with careless driving and driving while intoxicated. Serrano was released to a friend pending a municipal court hearing. October 5 At 9:40 p.m., a Byram officer clocked a motorcycle traveling 77 m.p.h. in a 45 zone on Continental Drive. As the officer attempted to stop the motorcycle on Waterloo Road, the operator took off. The motorcycle, operated by Justin Pease, 23, of Byram, was pursued down Waterloo Road onto Route 206. Once on Route 206, the bike passed southbound traffic over the double yellow lines and continued onto the entrance ramp to I-80. The bike then exited the ramp onto International Drive and into the Foreign Trade Zone. The bike then turned onto Waterloo Valley Road and traveled a few miles before the operator ended the pursuit and was taken into custody. Pease was charged with second-degree eluding and numerous motor vehicle complaints, including driving while suspended, no insurance, fictitious plates, speeding, and improper passing. Pease was lodged in the county jail in default of $25,000 bail. October 7 At 3 a.m. a Byram Police officer on Route 206 observed a vehicle driving southbound on the shoulder of the highway. The vehicle was stopped and further investigation revealed the driver, Tara Casey-Huth, 25, of Hackettstown to be under the influence of alcohol. Casey-Huth was placed under arrest and taken to police headquarters where she failed the breath tests. Casey-Huth was processed and charged with DWI and failure to maintain lane. Casey-Huth was then released to a friend pending a municipal court hearing.