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Eight Arrested in Middlesex County Fugitive Roundup

Middlesex County

By: Richard L. Smith 

Middlesex County authorities announced Thursday that thanks to multiple agencies' diligent hard work and dedication to public safety, five men and three women were arrested and charged for their outstanding active warrants.

Lupus Officials said on Friday, March 31, members of the Fugitive Task Force affected outstanding fugitive arrest warrants in which the eight individuals were apprehended.

As a result of the initiative,  Prosecutor Yolanda Ciccone said the following men and women were arrested, Jerry Parrot, 56, of Plainfield, Favian Luis, 33, of New Brunswick, Ignacio Veras, 24, of Perth Amboy, Robert Farr, 33, of Helmetta, John Shallo, 65, of New Brunswick, Yvone Loradelao, 30, of New Brunswick, Nicole Farr, 31, of Helmetta, and Shadidah Crumidy, 38, of Parlin, Old Bridge, which accounted for eleven second and third-degree active warrants.

The Middlesex County Fugitive Task Force comprises Law Enforcement officers from the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office, The Middlesex County Department of Corrections, Carteret Police Department, Metuchen Police Department, Milltown Police Department and Perth Amboy Police Department.

The Fugitive Task Forces initiative is to execute outstanding warrants from Middlesex County. Any tips or surrenders, please contact Detective Gzemski at (732) 745-8926.

As is the case with all criminal defendants, the charges against Loradelao, Parrot, Luis, Veras, Crumidy, Shallo, and Nicole and Robert Farr are merely accusations, and they are presumed innocent until proven guilty.