Disorderly charge at town hall
Friel: EHC Man charged with disorderly conduct
HAMMONTON—A man who was allegedly yelling profanities at town hall while allegedly holding a glass filled with an alcoholic beverage was charged with disorderly conduct at 6:59 p.m. on June 14, Hammonton Police Chief Kevin Friel said.
“There was a subject who was drinking an alcoholic beverage in town hall and became disorderly,” Friel said.
Police were advised of a subject in the lobby who was yelling and had a glass of alcoholic beverage believed to be beer, Friel said.
Friel said Officer Matthew Heiser spoke with the subject Steven McIntyre, 37, of Egg Harbor City.
McIntyre was allegedly yelling about a broken phone while allegedly drinking his beer and spilling it on the floor of the lobby, Friel said.
According to Friel, Heiser attempted to calm him down, at which time McIntyre began allegedly yelling profanities to civilians in the municipal lot in front of town hall.
Friel said McIntyre was charged with disorderly conduct.
“The complaint was mailed to him,” Friel said.
Heiser was the charging officer, Friel said.
In other police news, Hammonton Police made a driving while under the influence of alcohol (DWI) arrest at 4:37 a.m. on June 19, Friel said.
Officer Kyle Ambrozaitis stopped a vehicle for failing to maintain a lane of travel on Central Avenue, Friel said.
Friel said the driver, Andres Aguilar-Aca, 22, of Bridgeton was found to be operating the motor vehicle without a motor license and had a strong odor of alcohol emanating from his breath and person.
He was placed under arrest, transported to police headquarters for processing and charged with the following motor vehicle violations: driving while under the influence, reckless driving, careless driving, unlicensed driver, failing to maintain lane of travel, open container of alcoholic beverage in a motor vehicle and failure to possess the insurance, Friel said.
Friel said Aguilar-Aca was released as per John’s Law pending a court appearance in Hammonton Joint Municipal Court, Friel said, adding that Ambrozaitis was the arresting and charging officer.
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