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Arresting Update: Marijuana Possession

The following information was obtained directly from Middletown Township Police Department records. It does not indicate convictions.

arrested the following people recently on marijuana possession charges: 

Alexandra Neubacher, 20, of Redwood Terrace, Hazlet, was arrested on May 2, by Patrolman Michael Reuter and charged with possession of under 50 grams of marijuana.

She was released pending a court date.

Nicole Passenant, 18, of Kildare Drive, Hazlet, was arrested on May 2, by Patrolman Michael Reuter, and charged with possession of under 50 grams of marijuana.

She was released pending a court date.

Dylan Defilippo-Campbell, 19, of Bayside Parkway, Middletown, was arrested on May 2, by Patrolman Richard Fulham, and charged with possession of under 50 grams of marijuana.

He was released pending a court date.

* Possession of under 50 grams of marijuana is a disorderly persons offense.

Carol Ann May 10, 2012 at 01:27 PM
Last night, during a debate on the floor of the U. S. House of Representatives, U. S. Rep. Frank Wolf (R - Virginia) warned against respecting States Rights when it comes to the 16 U. S. States that have legalized medical marijuana for use by seriously and/or terminally ill patients, as prescribed by their doctors. Rep. Wolf's comments remembered me of what New York State's Rockefeller Drug Laws did and didn't do for us way back in the 1970's. In N.Y., while still reeling from a decade of near bankrupt government mismanagement, N.Y. invoked drug laws that prioritized arresting street level offenders by the hundreds of thousands, costing billions of taxpayer dollars, and destroying millions of lives. Even though "Reefer Madness", the movie, was first released in theatres in 1937, when Rep. Wolf was just a child, it would seem that the paranoia is still scaring him. I contact our government, "The Easy Way", via www.congress.org and "Join The Conversation"

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