Richard Peterson 21, of Lake Hopatcong was found to be in possession of marijuana and paraphernalia while operating a motor vehicle on July 1. He was arrested, issues a summons and released pending a court date.

Timothy Daniels, 27, of Newark was found to be suspended and the subject of a NJSP $500 warrant on June 30.  Daniels was delivered to NJSP after receiving his summonses.

Rachel Secula, 33, of Great Meadows was operating a MV in the Mason Street area on July 1. She was arrested and charged with DWI. She was processed and issues MV Summons pending a court date.

Jessica Dellorto, 24, of Rockaway, was stopped in the area of the Tap House operating a MV on June 30. She was subsequently arrested for DWI. She was processed and issued MV Summons pending a court date.

Kerrie Sullivan, 46, was arrested during a MV Stop for possession of heroin on June 30. She was arrested and issues complaint summons pending a court date.

At Club 15 on July 13, an unwanted person who was told to leave refused to do so. Jahod A. Haynesworth, 32, of Flanders, was arrested for defiant trespassing anddisorderly conduct. He was processed and given a ride to the Morris County Correctional Facility after a warrant was issued with no bail.

On July 29, Jefferson police assisted NJSP Marine Division on a drowning on Lake Hopatcong. JTRS responded, treated and transported the victim to the hospital, who was pronounced dead a short time later. The call was handled by NJSP Marine Division. NJSP should be contacted for all requests for further information.

Information provided by the Jefferson Township Police Department. For more information, contact the department at 973-697-1300. All parties are innocent until proven guilty.

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