Man charged after refusing to provide his name, follow police officers commands during traffic stop in Hunterdon County
FLEMINGTON BOROUGH, NJ (Hunterdon County) – A Pennsylvania Man is facing serval charges after he allegedly refused to provide his name and follow the officers commands during a traffic stop last month in Flemington Borough, according to police.
On October 10, an officer stopped a vehicle for numerous traffic violations. During the course of the traffic stop, the driver, later identified as Grady Magill, 20, of Solebury Township, PA, failed to provide his name and follow the commands of officers, police said.
Magill also allegedly made mention to an item observed by police as to possibly being a firearm, police said.
Magill was arrested and charged with obstructing, disorderly conduct, driving while suspended, failure to maintain lane, careless driving, no liability insurance and failure to produce driver’s license, registration and insurance cards, police said.
Magill was released pending a court appereance, police said.