Drunk Newtown Man Throws Bloody Face Covering at Andover Police Officers


ANDOVER TOWNSHIP, NJ – A Newtown, New Jersey man was pulled over after being suspected of driving while intoxicated.  Upon inspection, David Hathaway reportedly resisted arrest and threw a blood and saliva soaked face mask at officers.

David Hathaway, 61, of Newton, N.J., was arrested on May 9 by the Andover Township Police Department for DWI, throwing bodily fluids at a law enforcement officer (4th degree), resisting arrest (disorderly persons offense), and violating the emergency orders. When Hathaway was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, he allegedly resisted arrest and threw a facial covering containing blood and saliva at officers.

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