Agostino Severiano

Dear Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office,

This is a request for public records made under OPRA and the common law right of access. I am not required to fill out an official form. Please acknowledge receipt of this message.
Records requested:

Please send your response in PDF format.

1. Copies of any police CAD report(s) with narrative(s), police incident reports, arrest report(s) criminal charge complaint(s), affidavit(s) of probable cause, and indictments against defendant George R Cucuella.

No: W-2020-000130-1311
Date: 07/08/2020
EATONTOWN BORO
DRUG-INDUCED DEATH - STRICTLIABILITY
Code: 2C:35-9A
PG CASE #: 20002147
PD CASE #: MCP1900659

Please include a Record Index with your response.
*A record index that identifies each record requested and the specific legal basis for a denial of access (including redactions) to each record.

Yours faithfully,

Agostino Severiano

Mary Juliano, Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office

1 Attachment

The Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office is in receipt of the below public
record request.

 

Attached please find copies of complaints, affidavits of probable cause,
and arrest reports.  Driver's license, social security, and phone numbers
are redacted per N.J.S.A. 47:1A-5.  Arrest photograph is redacted pursuant
to N.J.S.A. 47:1A-9 and Executive Orders 9(e) (Hughes), 69 (Whitman), and
21 (McGreevey).

 

Our file does not contain a CAD report; therefore, the request for same is
denied.  The request for indictment is denied for lack of a responsive
record.  The request for police incident reports is denied based on the
"criminal investigatory records" exception.  N.J.S.A. 47:1A-1.1; see North
Jersey Media Group, Inc. v. Township of Lyndhurst, 229 N.J. 541, 569
(2017) (investigative reports and witness statements about criminal
incident "fall within the 'criminal investigatory exception'"); Serrano v.
South Brunswick Twp, 358 N.J. Super. 356-57, 360, 370 (App. Div. 2003)
(affirming dismissal of portion of complaint regarding non-disclosure of
police and EMT reports, on the ground such documents were "criminal
investigatory records").

 

 

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