On Sunday, May 1, at approximately 6:30 pm, officers responded to a Route 31 restaurant and bar for a report of an unruly patron who was being detained by another patron. Upon arrival, officers observed a highly intoxicated David Orloff Jr., age 43, of Clinton Township, on the ground as he was being restrained. Mr. Orloff was observed to have a laceration to his head. In addition, officers entered Mr. Orloff’s information into the National Crime Information Center and soon discovered that he had a “no bail” warrant for his arrest out of Hunterdon County for making terroristic threats to a New Jersey State Trooper. Despite attempts to calm him down, Mr. Orloff continued to be belligerent toward officers and members of the rescue squad. And though he physically resisted, Mr. Orloff was arrested, placed on a stretcher, and transported to the Hunterdon Medical Center for treatment. Upon arrival at the hospital, Mr. Orloff threatened officers. Once released from the hospital, Mr. Orloff was charged with Terroristic Threats, Obstruction of Justice, Resisting Arrest, and Disorderly Conduct. He was transported to the Hunterdon County Jail in default of $15,000 bail on the Clinton Township charges and without bail on the Hunterdon County warrant.