Page 4 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • November 25, 2009 Ramsey Committed players Two of Don Bosco Prep’s varsity lacrosse players recently committed to university teams. Seated: Andrew Parilla of Wyckoff, Rutgers University, midfield, and Zachary Fox of Wyckoff, Wagner University, defense. Standing: Don Bosco Prep Athletic Director Nunzio Campanile, Don Bosco Prep Principal John Stanczak, and Coach Mike Springer. ® Christmas Tree Lot Balsam & Frasier & Firs Wreaths • Greens • Roping • Fruit Cakes Proceeds benefit YMCA Good Works Programs Friday 5-9pm Saturday 9am-8pm Sunday 10am-5pm Ridgewood YMCA HOURS On Nov. 12, the Ramsey Police Department investigated a reported “road rage” incident at the Hess Station on Route 17 North at approximately 10:20 a.m. The report was made via 911. The victim reported that while he was operating his 2005 black Ford Expedition with New Jersey registration while traveling northbound, a black Audi with New Jersey registration cut him off on the highway. Both cars then proceeded to cut each other off. The victim made a derogatory gesture to the actor. The victim then exited the highway to get gas at the Hess Station. While waiting for service, the victim reported that a man, who appeared to be the driver of the Audi, approached his car with an aluminum baseball bat. The two exchanged words and the actor struck the victim’s vehicle, causing damage to the front driver’s side door and windshield. Jacqueline Morris is the investigating officer. She was able to obtain registration information from the actor’s vehicle. The actor was arrested on Nov. 13. The actor, a 39-year-old man from Airmont, New York, has been charged with terroristic threats, a third degree crime; criminal mischief, fourth degree; and unlawful possession of a weapon, third degree. Bail was set at $10,000 with a 10 percent option. The man was arraigned on Nov. 16. The matter has been referred to the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office. In other police business: On Sunday, Nov. 1, 2009 at 2:22 a.m., Patrolman Jeff Guilfoyle was patrolling Borough police arrest man in ‘road rage’ case Route 17 North when he observed a vehicle swerving between lanes. A motor vehicle stop was conducted. A strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected from the driver. At the conclusion of field sobriety tests, a 59year-old Paramus man was arrested for driving while intoxicated. At 5:10 p.m. the same day, the Ramsey Police Department received a report from a Main Street business concerning an intoxicated male who entered a vehicle and drove away. Patrolman Casey Hines located the vehicle and conducted a motor vehicle stop. A strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected from the driver. At the conclusion of field sobriety tests, the Ramsey resident was arrested for driving while intoxicated. On Nov. 4 at 1:31 a.m., Patrolman Mike Parise was patrolling Route 17 South when he observed a vehicle drifting in front of him and initiated a motor vehicle stop. During the stop, an odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected from the driver. At the conclusion of field sobriety tests, a 23-year-old West Monroe, New York man was arrested for driving while intoxicated. At 10:03 p.m. on Nov. 6, Patrolman Erik Sanders was patrolling North Franklin Turnpike when he observed a vehicle disregard a stop sign. A motor vehicle stop was conducted, and an odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected from the driver. At the conclusion of field sobriety tests, a 54-yearold Mahwah man was arrested for driving while intoxicated. He was later issued an (continued on page 5) 112 Oak Street • Ridgewood 201-444-5600, ext. 320 www.ridgewoodymca.org BUILDING FOR RENT 11-18-09 Kathy from JanineRidgewoodYChristmas 3 col x 3 Retail Zone • One Occupant - 3 Floors • Good Signage 1700 Sq. Ft. • 15 Parking Spaces • Floor Plans Available 100 West Main Street (Century Building) Ramsey, NJ • Call: 201-327-7000 No Brokers, Please