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DWI Charge for Brick Man After Motorists Call Police

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Handcuffs (Shorebeat File Photo/ banspy/ Flickr
Handcuffs (Shorebeat File Photo/ banspy/ Flickr)

Multiple motorists’┬ácalls to 911 reporting an aggressive driver on a local highway led to the arrest of a Brick man.

According to Wall Police Lt. Greg Carpino, drivers on Route 34 dialed 911 Wednesday at about 6:55 p.m. to report the aggressive driver.

Ptl. Christopher Mason located the vehicle and stopped it, Carpino said. He arrested George Arent, 50, of Brick, for driving while intoxicated. The traffic stop occurred in the area of Devlin Gymnastics.

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Arent was processed and released in accordance with Johns Law.


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  • Hydra Trump

    Either you’re a safe driver, or you’re Arent.

  • Beach N8iv

    Clearly

  • Mark Story Jenks

    What’s Johns law?

    • Brandy the Dog

      John’s Law gives police in NJ the authority to seize the vehicle of suspected drunken drivers and hold them for up to 12 hours. It went into effect August 8,2001 after Navy Ensign John R. Elliot was killed in a head on collision with a vehicle whose driver had been charged with drunk driving earlier that night.