Police: Man charged with DWI in Secaucus after getting caught urinating in public


A man was charged with driving while intoxicated in Secaucus after getting caught urinating in public and later stopping his car in the middle of the road, police said.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

On February 3rd at 4:37 a.m., Secaucus police on patrol observed an individual believed to be urinating in public in the area of 550 Secaucus Road, Police Chief Dennis Miller said.

The police then observed the man entering a motor vehicle and drive off until stopping in the middle of Secaucus Road, where the individual then got out of the carĀ and stood in the middle of the roadway.

At that point, a motor vehicle stop was conducted with the suspect and the police arrested Bryan Villalta-Rojas, 23, of Union City, for DWI, interference with transport, obstructing the administration of law, and resisting arrest.

Villalta-Rojas was issued his complaint summons, a special complaint summons for public urination, a motor vehicle summons for DWI, along with an additional six motor vehicle summonses, before being released into the custody of a responsible adult, Miller said.

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