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Hightstown Police Blotter: Warrant Arrests and Drug Charges

The following information was provided by the Hightstown Police Department.

Warrant Arrest for East Windsor Man

Bryan Langere, 20, of Jamestown Road, East Windsor, was charged with contempt of court on Nov. 30 at 3:36 p.m. at the East Windsor Township Police Department.

Police said Langere was arrested on a warrant issued by the Hightstown Borough Municipal Court in the amount of $1000.  He was released upon posting bail with pending court action.

 

Warrant Arrest in Hightstown

John Feldhaus, Jr., 19, of Edison Drive, East Windsor, was charged with contempt of court on Nov. 30 at 8:31 p.m. at the Hightstown Borough Police Department.

According to police, Feldhaus, Jr. turned himself in on a warrant issued by the Hightstown Borough Municipal Court in the amount of $500.  He was later released on bail with pending court action.

 

Drug Charges for Hightstown Man

Zachary Lemrich, 22, of Westerlea Arms Apartments, Hightstown, was charged with possession of marijuana under fifty grams, possession of drug paraphernalia, controlled dangerous substance in a motor vehicle, and failure to make repairs on Dec. 2  at 2:50 p.m. on Stockton Street.

Police said Lemrich was stopped for a motor vehicle violation. With consent to search his vehicle, police said they recovered marijuana under fifty grams and drug paraphernalia.

Lemrich was taken into custody and released on summons complaints with pending court action.

 

Warrant Arrest for Cranbury Woman

Chelsey Cappa, 20, of Cranbury, was charged with contempt of court on Dec. 5 at 1:05 a.m. on Stockton St.

According to police, Cappa was arrested by Cranbury Township Police Department on a warrant issued by Hightstown Borough Municipal Court in the amount of $500.  She was unable to post bail and was later transported to Mercer County Adult Correction in lieu bail.   

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