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Posted on: February 14, 2020

Two Arrested After Driver Flees From Traffic Stop

Hingham, MA – A woman was arrested Thursday morning after driving away from a traffic stop then jumping out of the car and running away. A male passenger was also arrested. 

On Thursday February 13, 2020 at 9:40am Traffic Officer Bryan LoBianco pulled a car over on Lewis Court for an inspection sticker violation. A woman was driving and a man was in the passenger seat. The Officer spoke with the driver, obtained her license and returned to his cruiser. He learned that she had an arrest warrant. The Officer told the woman to step out because of the warrant. She began stalling and repeatedly questioned the validity of the warrant. The Officer told her she was under arrest and ordered her to step out.

She shifted the car into drive and began to drive away. As the car drove way she opened the driver’s door and attempted to jump out while it was still moving. The passenger attempted to shift the car into park and tried to steer while she struggled to keep the car moving. The car slowly drove off the road, over a front lawn, and back onto the road. It stopped a short distance away still on Lewis Court. The woman ran away around a house where she was taken into custody without further incident. The passenger remained in the car.

In the car Officers found suspected drug paraphernalia (several glass pipes, tin foil with burned residue, straws, and steel wool pads). A Norwell Police drug detection dog, K9 Izak and his partner K9 Officer Morena, arrived to assist in searching the car. Several types of pills and small amounts of suspected heroin were found inside the car. The passenger was then arrested as well. .

The driver was Jennifer M. Gramm, age 35, of 54 Sagamore Street, Braintree, MA. She was charged with: 1-2) Possession of a Class A Substance (Heroin) two counts 3) Possession of a Class B Substance (Oxycodone) 4-6) Possession of a Class E Substance (Gabapentin/Suboxone/Adderall) three counts 7) Negligent Operation 8) Failure to Stop for Police 9) Resisting Arrest 10) No Current Inspection Sticker. The warrant was for a Probation Violation and had been issued the day before. It was a no bail allowed warrant.

The passenger was David A. Nubar, age 44, of 67 Sycamore Street, Holbrook, MA. He was charged with Possession of a Class E Substance (Gabapentin). Both were booked and arraigned that day at Hingham District Court. ### Contact P.I.O. Sgt. Steven Dearth

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