Weapons Possession. Abu Bakr A. Sharif, 24, of Trenton, was charged April 17 with unlawful possession of a weapon. Officer Joseph DiGeronimo said he found Sharif with a three-inch switch blade knife during a motor vehicle stop on Plainsboro Road in which Sharif was a passenger. He was sent to the Middlesex County jail in lieu of $1,500 bail.
Harassment. A resident of Windmill Court was the victim of harassment on April 25. Officer Mathieu Baumann said someone used the victim’s name and likeness on two Internet file-sharing sites. She also reported that the suspect made posts on these sites and posted pictures of her and her family.
Theft. A resident of Building 25 on Hunters Glen Drive was the victim of theft between April 24 and 25. Sergeant John Bresnen said someone removed all four tires of the victim’s car. The total value of the tires is $500.
A resident of Barclay Boulevard was the victim of theft on April 16. Officer Arthur Gant said someone stole the license plate from her axle trailer.
Larceny. A resident of Windrow Drive was the victim of larceny between April 14 and 15. Officer Joseph DiGeronimo said the victim reported that a pair of gold earrings was stolen from her residence. The earrings are reportedly valued at approximately $600.
Identity Theft. A 62-year-old resident of Edgemere Avenue was the victim of identity theft on April 19. Officer Jason Mandato said someone filed a tax return in Florida using the victim’s name and social security number.
Trespassing/Fireworks Possession. Plainsboro Police were called to the Meadows at Middlesex Golf Course on a report of fireworks on April 21. Officer Timothy McMahon said two teenage males were seen fleeing the area.
Drug Arrests. Steven Dreher, 53, of Princeton, was charged April 19 with possession of marijuana under 50 grams. Officer Daniel Kanaley said he stopped Dreher on Scudders Mill Road for having an inoperable brake light and found marijuana. He was also charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance in a motor vehicle and maintenance of lamps.
DWI Arrests. Victor W. Diune, 47, of Grafton, MA, was charged April 20 with driving while intoxicated. Officer Daniel Kanaley said he stopped him on Plainsboro Road for failing to stop or yield and found Diune to be intoxicated. He was also charged with refusal to give breath samples, reckless driving, and failure to stop or yield.
Kathleen Fisher, 31, of Tamarron Drive, was charged April 16 with driving while intoxicated. Officer Timothy McMahon said Fisher came to police headquarters to file a police report when officers noticed she was intoxicated. McMahon said she admitted to driving to the police station while under the influence of alcohol. She was also charged with reckless driving.
Hector E. Serrata-Fortuna, 22, of New Brunswick, was charged April 18 with driving while intoxicated. Sergeant John Bresnen said he stopped him on Route 1 South for having a brake light out and found him to be intoxicated. He was also charged with reckless driving, maintenance of lamps, having no passenger side mirror, and failure to change address.
Melanie C. Johnnidis, 24, of Mershon Drive, was charged April 15 with driving while intoxicated. Corporal Brett Olma said he stopped her on Dey Road at Woodland Drive for making an improper U-turn and found she was intoxicated. She was also charged with reckless driving and making an improper U-turn.