2 adults, juvenile charged following traffic stop in Mount Olive Twp.
MOUNT OLIVE TOWNSHIP, NJ (Warren County) – Two adults and a juvenile are facing charges following a traffic stop last Friday in Mount Olive Township.
On Oct. 18, at 12:14 a.m., an officer observed a 2009 Nissan exit Interstate 80 onto Route 46 allegedly failing to maintain its lane of travel. The officer then initiated a traffic stop with the vehicle in the area of the Shell Gas Station, police said.
The officer made contact with the driver, who allegedly identified himself as Elijah Brevard, and while speaking to him, the officer allegedly detected the odor of marijuana coming from the interior of the vehicle, police said.
The officer noted that the driver allegedly appeared to be impaired and asked him and the occupants to exit the vehicle, police said.
The rear passenger allegedly identified herself as Isis Hobbs, and the rear left passenger was a juvenile boy, who supplied a name to the officer. Through the course of the investigation it was determined that all three individuals provided false names to the officer, police said.
The driver of the vehicle was identified as Jahlil Brevard, 22, from Newark the female passenger was identified as Inari Hobbs, 24, from Newark and the juvenile was a 17-year-old boy from Newark, police said.
Brevard had an active warrant for his arrest for $750.00 out of East Orange, NJ. Hobbs had two active warrants for her arrest totaling $1,500.00 out of Wayne, NJ, police said.
The juvenile allegedly had in his possession two vials of suspected cocaine, police said.
All three were placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters, police said.
Brevard was charged with under the influence of CDS, hindering own apprehension, failure to maintain lane, and driving while suspended. He was released released on his own recognizance by East Orange on the warrant.
Hobbs was charged with hindering own apprehension. She was released on her own recognizance by Wayne for her warrants.
The juvenile was charged with possession of cocaine, possession of paraphernalia, and hindering own apprehension.
Brevard and Hobbs were released pending a court appearance. The juvenile was released to a guardian pending a meeting with the Juvenile Detective.