OAKLAND, N.J. -- An Oakland police officer arrested an unlicensed driver after discovering he was wanted on an outstanding warrant out of Passaic County.
Officer Michael Griffin stopped a car driven by Jay Faber, 47, of Midland Park, then ran a computer check, Lt. Christian Eldridge said Wednesday.
Faber was taken into custody, processed and later turned over to the custody of the Passaic County Sheriff's Department -- only to have a judge order his release, under New Jersey's 2017 bail reform law, records show.
Oakland police issued Faber a summons for driving with a suspended license.
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