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Readington Township police arrested two people on driving while intoxicated charges after they each attempted separately to pick up a friend, who also was charged with driving under the influence, from the police station, authorities said.
It all started last Monday at about 1:45am when police pulled over Carmen Reategui, 34, of Readington Township, after she was spotted swerving along Route 22 East. Police could smell alcohol coming from the car and arrested Reategui after she failed field sobriety tests.
When Reategui was at the police station, she called Nina Petracca, 23, of Dunellen for a ride. Too bad when Petracca showed up at the police station, she was visibly drunk and also failed sobriety tests, police said. She was also charged with possession when police later discovered seven Vicodin pills in an unlabeled container.
Then both women called Ryan Hogan, 33, of Readington Township to come and pick them up. Unfortunately Hogan had been drinking too and forgot that he would be going to a police station, so when he showed up he was also administered field sobriety tests. Surprisingly Hogan failed too and was also booked for DUI.
All three amazing drivers were later released to a sober adult, police reported. The three stooges are set to appear in court in January. Each Einstein is scheduled to be in court in January on charges of driving while drunk. Petracca also faces charges of possession of Vicodin and operating a vehicle while in possession of a controlled substance.
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