Wanted Man Arrested For Third Time, Cops Say
Long Valley resident had an outstanding warrant for allegedly receiving stolen property.
A Long Valley man with an outstanding warrant was arrested by Hackettstown Police for the second time in December last week, Sgt. Darren Tynan said.
Samuel Grullat, 22, was arrested on a warrant issued by the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office for failure to appear in court, Tynan said. Grullat was originally charged for receiving stolen property and arrested on Dec. 3 when Hackettstown Police found him on Lawrence Drive.
Grullat’s Dec. 3 arrest stemmed from a residential burglary in Washington Township, according to Lt. Doug Compton, when police linked Grullat to the incident from jewelry taken in the burglary that was later sold at local pawn shops.
Grullat was transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility on Dec. 3 in lieu of $5,000 bail with no 10-percent option.
Grullat also had a $200 Linden City municipal court traffic warrant.
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