Guest wouldn’t vacate room at Days Inn

Jessica Rosewall is no stranger to Parsippany Police

Days Inn, 3159 Route 46

PARSIPPANY — Parsippany-Troy Hills Police Officers responded to the Days Inn, 3159 Route 46, at 12:32 p.m. on July 10 on a report of a guest who would not vacate their room after check out time.

Officers made contact with Jessica Rosewall, 30, Fairfield, at which time the Officers were advised that she had an outstanding Criminal and Traffic Warrants. Ms. Rosewall became belligerent towards officers while they were speaking with her. Ms. Rosewall is no stranger to the Parsippany Police Department.

She was advised she was being arrested and to place her hands behind her back at which time she actively resisted the Officers attempt to handcuff her and bit one officer on his left forearm.

Once Ms. Rosewall was secured she was transported back to Parsippany Police Headquarters for processing.

While being placed into a holding cell, Ms. Rosewall again resisted Officers by kicking and punching officers.

Par-Troy Emergency Service was dispatched to Parsippany Police Headquarters to transport one officer to Morristown Medical Center for treatment of a shoulder injury and a bite he received from the arrestee.

Prior to being transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility Ms. Rosewall also damaged a CCTV camera in the holding cell.

She was subsequently charged with the following offenses on a Complaint-Warrant:
three counts of third Degree Aggravated Assault on a Law Enforcement Officer; one count of third Degree Resisting Arrest; one count of fourth Degree Obstruction of the Administration of Law and one count of fourth Degree Criminal Mischief.

At the time of her arrest she had the following outstanding warrants:
Criminal Warrant from Ocean County Sheriff’s Department (NJ); Criminal Warrant from Carteret Municipal Court; Traffic Warrant from Parsippany Municipal Court and Criminal a Warrant from Parsippany Municipal Court.

Fairfield Police Department arrested Rosewall on December 21, 2013, for aggravated assault and possession of a weapon. (Click here to read full article).

On Tuesday, February 10, 2015 Parsippany-Troy Hills Police Officer Jaime Mendez arrived on the scene of the crash, at approximately 11:00 p.m. and a2001 Toyota Tacoma was against a snow bank flipped on the drivers side. The driver, Jessica Rosewall, 28, Fairfield, was issued seven summons for driver’s license suspended, failure to report accident, leaving scene of accident, abandonment of a motor vehicle, delaying traffic, careless driving and failure to exhibit documents. (Click here to read full article).

A similar incident  happen at Red Roof Inn on Wednesday, April 26 at 7:20 a.m. Upon arrival of Patrol Officer R. Appel and G. Tosh, spoke to the manager who advised them that Jessica Rosewall, 30, Fairfield, was told the prior day that she was no longer allowed in or on the hotel property, but she failed to leave.When Officers made contact with Ms. Rosewall at her room, she had a Rottweiler on a leash, which the Officers requested multiple times that it be secured in its crate. (Click here to read full article).

Editors Note: A criminal complaint is merely an accusation. Despite this accusation, the defendant is presumed innocent until he or she is proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.