KPD: Leon-Leon arrested as a result of he drove his automotive into a number of parked vehicles

KPD: Leon-Leon arrested as a result of he drove his automotive into a number of parked vehicles

On July 23 at 4:27 am, Officer Jose Castillo was dispatched to a automotive crash within the Mandee automotive park on Chestnut Avenue. He discovered a Mazda SUV had rolled into a number of parked vehicles. Within the driver’s seat of the Mazda, officers discovered Cesar A. Leon-Leon, 59, of Kearny, who was described as sweating profusely.

The officer educated Leon-Leon to shift his transmission from impartial to park and famous indicators of impairment. Leon-Leon reportedly tried to park in his rented lot however discovered himself on the mistaken finish of the lot. Officer Castillo arrested Leon-Leon after he failed on-site sobriety assessments.

Leon-Leon was charged with DWI, refusing to bear a breath take a look at and reckless driving. He was later launched on subpoena.

On July 21 at 5:05 p.m, officers Jordan Miranda, Ryan Brady, Kevin Carvalho and Harold Azurdia have been despatched to a personal house for a home dispute. Officers have been met exterior by a 20-year-old resident with scratches and purple marks on her wrist and thighs. The injured girl informed police her mom, who lives at house, hit her with a belt throughout an argument over marijuana use. The officers arrested the 52-year-old mom for aggravated assault and possession of a weapon. She was later launched on a subpoena.

On July 23 at 4:27 am, Officer Jose Castillo was dispatched to a automotive crash within the Mandee automotive park on Chestnut Avenue. He discovered a Mazda SUV had rolled into a number of parked vehicles. Within the driver’s seat of the Mazda, officers discovered Cesar A. Leon-Leon, 59, of Kearny, who was described as sweating profusely.

The officer educated Leon-Leon to shift his transmission from impartial to park and famous indicators of impairment. Leon-Leon reportedly tried to park in his rented lot however discovered himself on the mistaken finish of the lot. Officer Castillo arrested Leon-Leon after he failed on-site sobriety assessments.

Leon-Leon was charged with DWI, refusing to bear a breath take a look at and reckless driving. He was later launched on subpoena.

On July 23 at 6:11 p.m, officers Tom Collins and Bryan San Martin have been responding to a home argument at a personal house. They discovered a 39-year-old husband with accidents to his forearm and left eyebrow. The sufferer reportedly had a falling out along with his spouse, 43, after she found she was electronically monitoring his automotive to seek out out if he was driving house after consuming in bars.

Throughout the argument, the spouse allegedly reduce off her husband’s eyebrow by throwing a cellphone in his face. The damage to his arm was believed to be brought on by scratches on his fingernails.

Officers arrested the girl for minor assault. She was later launched on a subpoena.

On July 25 at 12:16 am, officers Collins and San Martin have been investigating a automotive accident on Hackensack Avenue. Driver Rovi Sese, 31, of Jersey Metropolis, was stopped at a purple mild and struck from behind by a Chevy SUV pushed by Alan Washington, 63, of Allentown, Pennsylvania.

Officer Collins arrested Sese after studying that his driver’s license was suspended and that he had warrants from Newark and Clinton. Officers San Martin and Jose Castillo then arrested Washington after noting indicators of impairment and conducting on-site sobriety assessments.

Sese was charged by subpoena with driving whereas his license was suspended. He was then handed over to the Newark Police Division. Washington was given a breath take a look at on the police station after which charged with DWI and reckless driving. He was later launched.

On July 25 at 8:30 a.m, Officer Nick Funk arrested Yasmen Eissa, 37, of Clifton, who turned herself in to an impressive arrest subpoena, for which she was processed and later launched. The subpoena was ready because of an incident on July 20 on the Vermella condo complicated’s swimming pool on Passaic Avenue.

A 55-year-old resident known as police on July 20 and reported that Eissa had assaulted her. It was alleged that Eissa drank alcohol for a number of hours after which threw a vape pen on the sufferer twice. When the sufferer tried to disregard her, Eissa reportedly known as her “white trash” and requested different pool-goers, “Who desires to see that white trash go down?”

Eissa allegedly walked as much as the sufferer, pulled her hair, and threw it to the bottom, injuring the sufferer’s eye. The sufferer filed a grievance asking EMS for consideration. When the sufferer wakened the following morning, she could not see out of her proper eye and went after Det. Kyle Plaugic and Officer Harold Azurdia. After additional investigation, Officer Azurdia filed a grievous bodily hurt grievance towards Eissa.

On July 26 at 4:27 p.m, Officer Kevin Carvalho was despatched to ShopRite on a shoplifting grievance. A retailer supervisor accused Mariahdes C. Balisages, 23, of Newark, of utilizing a self-service checkout and failing to ring $52.83 price of groceries and baggage earlier than making an attempt to go away with the merchandise.

Balisages was charged with shoplifting on subpoena and later launched.

On July 27 at roughly 5:30 p.m, Det. Michael Farinola arrested Nicolas Saavedra, 25, of Kearny when he turned himself in at police headquarters. Saavedra was needed for theft, for which he obtained a subpoena and was later launched.

The fees stemmed from a report ready on April 12 by a neighborhood proprietor of a pest management firm for whom Saavedra was employed as a clerk. An investigation revealed that Saavedra diverted greater than $50,000 in buyer funds to his private checking account as a substitute of depositing them into the corporate’s account. It was alleged that this occurred over a interval of greater than two years and Saavedra then filed false information within the firm’s accounting software program to cowl up the embezzlement.

On July 27 at 7:32 p.m, officers Luis Cazares, Danny Maganinho and Bryan San Martin have been investigating a report of a person sleeping behind the wheel of a Nissan blocking a New Garden Avenue ramp. Officers woke Troy D. Sweatnam, 32, of Kearny, who reportedly gave them his automobile’s driver’s guide after which fell again asleep.

Woken a second time, Sweatnam reportedly failed on-site sobriety assessments, prompting officers to arrest him. Upon his arrest, officers seized a tightly rolled greenback invoice lined in drug residue, three wax folds of heroin stamped “TMT”, empty heroin wax folds, a paring knife and a serrated steak knife.

Officers discovered that Sweatnam was needed by the NYPD for grand theft and by Belleville Municipal Court docket for DWI. He was charged with possession of heroin and drug paraphernalia, illegal possession of a weapon, evasion of justice, DWI, refusing to bear a breath take a look at, driving a automobile in possession of narcotics and different site visitors offenses. Sweatnam was being held within the Hudson County Jail.




Captain Timothy Wagner | Kearny Police Division



Captain Timothy Wagner is the Public Info Officer for the Kearny Police Division and the Commander of the Division’s Inside Affairs Division. He contributes weekly to the KPD blotter and writes it utterly.



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