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A Sussex Borough man is facing charges after he allegedly provided a fake name during a traffic stop on Wednesday, December 5. Christopher Delgaudio was the passenger in a car headed north on Route 15 when a Sparta officer pulled them over.
During the traffic stop he told the officer his name was Timothy Born. When the officer didn't find any information on that name, he checked the name of the driver and discovered the driver had been previously arrested in another town with a passenger named Christopher Delgaudio.
The 30-year-old reportedly admitted to giving a fake name because he had outstanding warrants. He was charged with hindering his own apprehension by providing a false name and throwing debris from a motor vehicle because he flicked ash from a cigarette out of the car window.
Read the NJHerald.com story here.