Belle Mead Man Charged With Dwi After Driving To Nj Police Station

MONTGOMERY – According to the police, 58-year-old Kurt J. Lehmann was taken into custody for DWI after he went to the township’s police headquarters in search of his vehicle.

He drove his friend’s vehicle to the police station at 7:39 p.m. on 2nd of May. He told the cops that he thought his vehicle had been towed to the police department.

The cops observed signs of intoxicated while the man was at the police headquarters, so they issued field sobriety tests which he failed. He was taken into custody for DWI.

He was charged by the cops with:

  • Failure to comply with license restrictions
  • Failure to install an interlock device on his vehicle
  • Failure to exhibit a driver’s license

He was released and given in the custody of his friend.

There is no information on where Lehmann’s vehicle is.

He is summoned to Montgomery Township Municipal Court.

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