Byram Township Police Dept.

Byram /
| 31 Oct 2022 | 12:17

Oct. 21

Nino Santos, 37, of Fredon was charged with driving while intoxicated, disregard of marked lanes, failure to keep right, careless driving and reckless driving after a Byram Twp. Police Officer observed a vehicle traveling on Rt. 206 fail to maintain its lane and fail to keep right.

A motor vehicle stop was initiated and while speaking to the driver, Nuno Santos of Fredon, the officer felt Santos may be intoxicated. Santos was asked to perform several field sobriety tests, which he failed. He was arrested and transported to the station where he consented to and failed two breath tests. Santos was charged and released to a family member pending a mandatory Andover-Joint Municipal Court date.

Oct. 26

Richard Grabowski of Bayonne was charged with drivingg while intoxicated, failure to maintain lane, failure to keep right, careless driving, reckless driving and littering after a Byram Twp. Police Officer observed a male, discard a cigarette on the ground at Quick Chek and then drive away from the business onto Rt. 206.

While traveling on Rt. 206, the vehicle failed to keep right and failed to maintain its lane. A motor vehicle stop was initiated and while speaking to the driver, Grabowski, the officer felt Grabowski may be intoxicated. Grabowski was asked to perform several field sobriety tests, which he failed. Grabowski was arrested and transported to the station where he consented to and failed two breath tests. Grabowski was and released to a friend pending a mandatory Andover-Joint Municipal Court date.

Oct. 30

Axcel Guerrero of Newton was charged with driving while intoxicated, impeding the flow of traffic and handicapped parking after a Byram Twp. Police Officer observed a vehicle parked in a handicapped parking space at Quick Chek.

The vehicle left the business and proceeded to travel at a low rate of speed on Rt. 206. A motor vehicle stop was initiated and while speaking to the driver, Guerrero, the officer felt Guerrero may be intoxicated. Guerrero was asked to perform several field sobriety tests, which he failed. Guerrero was arrested and transported to the station where he consented to and failed two breath tests. Guerrero was charged and released to a family member pending a mandatory Andover-Joint Municipal Court date.