New Jersey Traffic Stop Ends in Arrest of Albany Resident Wanted by Authorities

New Jersey Traffic Stop Ends in Arrest of Albany Resident Wanted by Authorities

On Saturday, a man from Albany who was wanted in New Jersey was taken into custody. 24 year old Nizaliek Morris was taken into custody close to the New York State Museum.

A suspicious vehicle was parked in the travel lane on Madison Avenue close to the New York State Museum on Saturday at approximately 3:48 p.m., according to the New York State Police.

Morris was recognized by the police as the driver, and they reported that his driver’s license was invalid.

Less than 20 minutes before he was arrested, Morris, according to State Police, was operating a vehicle that had been reported stolen from North Pearl Street in Albany.

Morris was driving under the influence of drugs, according to the police, and drugs were also discovered within the vehicle.

Morris was transported to the Capital State Police, where a Drug Recognition Expert processed and assessed him. To ascertain the amount of drugs in his blood, a sample was obtained.

Morris was discovered to be a fugitive from justice, according to the police, as a result of a New Jersey warrant and a transgression of the parole laws in New York State.

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