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-- John A. Chrisafis, 48, of Mine Hill, was charged with driving while intoxicated, reckless driving and failure to keep right on Sunday at 12:40 a.m. He was released, pending a municipal court appearance. --Jamie Albut, 27, of Boonton, was arrested on an outstanding contempt of court warrant on Saturday at 9:02 a.m. She was turned over to Parsippany Police. --Tiera Griffin-Morris, 38, of Boonton, was charged with terroristic threats after she allegedly threatened a male acquaintance during a dispute on April 15 at 8:22 a.m. She was releaed, pending a municipal court appearance. --Dane D. Wilson, 47, of Boonton, was charged with simple assault after he allegedly assaulted a male acquaintance during a dispute on April 15 at 11:14 p.m. He was released, pending a municipal court appearance. --A 16-year-old Boonton boy was charged with terroristic threats and theft after his mother reported he allegedly threatened to burn down the house with the family inside, police said. The teen's mother also told police her son allegedly had stolen more than $10,000 in gold jewelry since 2008. The teen was charged and lodged in the Morris County Junveile Detention Center, pending a court appearance. --Anthony J. Zuppa, 19, of Lincoln Park and a 16-year-old Lincoln Park boy were charged with disorderly conduct on April 13 at 9:46 p.m. Both Zuppa and the teen were allegedly creating a disturbance outside a home on the 100 block of Myrtle, police said. The teen was also charged with resisting arrest after he allegedly used physical force against responding officers. Both were released, pending court appearances. -- Jennifer Okorie, 32, of Highland Lakes was charged with resisting arrest April 19, when a random license plate check indicated that she had a suspended license and an active warrant for her arrest in Clark. Okorie refused to exit her vehicle and had to be physically taken into custody by police. When Joas Atis, 42, of Old Bridge, arrived at police headquarters to post $81 bail for Okorie, a customary check uncovered a warrant for him issued by East Orange. Atkis also was taken into custody. He posted bail for both of them in the amount of $581 and they were released. --Steven Mermini, 27, of Montclair, was arrested and charged with possession of controlled and dangerous substances in a vehicle following a motor vehicle stop on Woodland Avenue at 1:47 p.m. on April 13. Mermini was found to be in possession of heroin and hypodermic syringes, along with Suboxone, Xanax and drug paraphernalia, police said. In addition, Mermini was charged with following to closely. He was released pending court action. -- Haley Connelly, 21, of Mendham and Rita Stenavage, 21, of Maplewood, were charged with disorderly conduct after they were spotting fighting in public on Mount Kemble Avenue at 2:15 a.m. on Saturday. Connelly was additionally charged with driving while intoxicated. Both were released pending court action, according to police. -- Robert S. Riley, 33, of Bernardsville, was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of a weapon, specifically a hatchet, following a motor vehicle check at the shopping center on East Main Street at 12:19 a.m. on Tuesday, police said. The arrest was the result of a suspicious vehicle investigation in the shopping center, police said. -- Police are investigating criminal mischief at Turkey Brook Park. Officers were called on Monday at 2:07 p.m. to the park where a Mount Olive Buildings and Grounds supervisor said someone had ripped a railing from the ground on one of the baseball fields and damaged several paving blocks supporting the railing. Police ask anyone with any information on the criminal mischief to contact Officer Anthony Gardner at 973-691-0900, ext 7104. -- Jo Arsenault, 49, of Towaco, was charged with driving while intoxicated on Monday night after police observed her allegedly run a red light at the intersection of the Boulevard and Jacksonville Road. Officer Kevin Ricciardi stopped Arsenault near West Parkway and detected a strong odor of alcohol coming from the vehicle. After field sobriety tests were administered, Arsenault was taken to headquarters for further breath testing. She was charged with DWI, failure to obey a traffic signal and careless driving. She was released to a friend, pending a municipal court appearance.