A Short Hills man was charged with DUI and drug offenses after allegedly driving over a curb on the campus of early Sunday morning, according to Madison Police.
Patrolman Sean McCarthy arrested Clifford Longley, 22, and charged him with driving under the influence, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia after McCarthy was contacted by a Drew public safety officer who stopped Longley on campus after he allegedly drove over a curb.
Longley was allegedly found to be in possession of of marijuana and drug paraphernalia during processing. After processing, he was released to a family member, pending a mandatory court appearance. Sgt. John Miscia assisted with the arrest.
On Feb. 29 at approximately 11:23 a.m., Patrolman Joe Longo arrested Robert Parrish, 41, of Irvington, on the strength of a $500 dollar failure to appear warrant issued by Madison Municipal Court. Longo was contacted by the Plainfield Police Department, who had Parrish in custody. He was taken to headquarters for processing. After processing, he was taken to the Morris County Correctional Facility in lieu of bail pending a mandatory court appearance.
On Feb. 29 at approximately 3:59 p.m., Sgt. Joe Cirella arrested Sergio Padilla, 21, of Randolph, on the strength of an arrest warrant for theft issued by the Randolph Police Department. Sgt. Cirella contacted Padilla and had him report to headquarters for processing. After processing, he was turned over to the authorities of Randolph Township pending a mandatory court appearance.
The Madison Police Department, Fire Department, and Volunteer Ambulance Corps responded to approximately 13 medical emergencies during the past week. The police department investigated three motor vehicle crashes during the same period of time.