Auto Theft. A resident of New Hampshire was the victim of an auto theft on October 11 at MarketFair on Route 1. Stolen was a 2005 Subaru Impreza, parked near the TGI Friday’s entrance to the mall. The car, valued at $14,000, was stolen between 1 p.m. and 4:40 p.m.
Boiler Stolen. Princeton Korean Community Church on Washington Road was the victim of a theft between October 2 and 9. Someone stole one of four boilers and the attached vent pipes from the church’s mechanical room.
According to authorities, the theft was discovered on a clean up day at the church, which was being conducted as a result of flood damage caused by Hurricane Irene in August. The doors had been left open to vent mold from the building. The boiler is valued at $2,700.
Drug Arrest. Leonard Shmulyarenko, 34, of North Brunswick was arrested October 10 on a drug possession charge. Police said Shmulyarenko was stopped on Route 1 north at Meadow Road for speeding and was found to be in possession of suspected hashish marijuana.
Shmulyarenko’s car was searched after the officer became suspicious of the man’s behavior. According to police, when he was stopped, Shmulyarenko quickly exited his car and was in a rush to leave.
Drunk Driving Arrests. Wesley J. Giles, 47, of Manville was arrested October 14 on a drunk driving charge. Police said Giles was found to be intoxicated after he was involved in an accident on Route 1 north at Carnegie Center boulevard at 10:15 p.m.
Giles struck the concrete divider before rear ending a Honda Pilot driven by a West Windsor resident, said police. No injuries were reported.
Liesl G. Fisher, 46, of Hightstown was arrested on October 14 on a drunk driving charge. Police said Fisher was found to be intoxicated after being involved in an accident on Old Trenton Road.
According to police, Fisher drove her Saturn Vue off the road, across a grass shoulder, a macadam path, and an additional grass area before finally colliding with an evergreen tree. The car then traveled on the macadam path for an additional 900 feet before striking a second tree. The tree snapped and landed on top of the car. Neither Fisher or her seven-year-old passenger were injured.