Page 8 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • February 25, 2009 Mahwah Township Police Report On Feb. 5, a 27-year-old Paterson woman was arrested on Franklin Turnpike for possession of hypodermic syringes and drug paraphernalia after the officer stopped the vehicle she was a passenger in for speeding. The officer interviewed the driver and the woman and was informed of the syringes and paraphernalia. The woman was arrested, charged, and subsequently released with a pending court appearance required in Mahwah. The same day, one male juvenile was arrested on Ridge Road for an attempt to purchase alcohol while underage. The officer was called to the scene and interviewed the juvenile who admitted his age and the attempt to purchase the alcohol for a party. The officer arrested the juvenile and later released him to his father with charges pending. A 20-year-old Manchester man was arrested Feb. 7 at Ramapo College. He was charged with trespassing after the officer was called back on an investigation that occurred earlier in the night. The man had been banned from the campus, but returned and was detained by College Security. The officer charged the man and later released him with a future court appearance date in Mahwah. On Feb. 8, a 37-year-old Ringwood man was arrested on International Boulevard for disorderly conduct after the officers were called to investigate a disturbance. The complainant told the officers that the man was creating a scene and had to leave the premises. After refusing to leave and shouting obscenities, the man was arrested. He was later released to his wife with a pending court appearance date in Mahwah. Also on Feb. 8, a 45-year-old Mahwah man was arrested on Ridge Road for driving while intoxicated after the officer stopped the man based on a description of his vehicle from a concerned business. The man appeared intoxicated and the business manager called it in. 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