Five men in the car – identified as Tahaka Bovell, 20, Ibnyusef Ali, 21, Uniki Armstrong, 21, all of Newark, Kervance Couyoute, 21, of Pennsylvania, and John Reynolds, 19, of Somerset, were each charged with weapons and drug offenses. “These arrests not only took dangerous criminals off of our streets, but took another weapon into our possession that has the potential to cause serious injury or even death,” Bloomfield Police Director Samuel DeMaio said in a statement. “Our officers will work tirelessly to keep dangerous criminal offenders off of our streets.”

All were released for free (on tax payers dollars) without any accountability or supervision due to New Jersey Bail Reform.

 

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Source: www.nj.com/essex/index.ssf/2017/04/illegal_parking_leads_cops_to_gun_5_arrests.html