Road Rage. Islam A. Seliem, 27, of Old Bridge was arrested September 24 on a disorderly conduct charge after a road rage incident. Police said Seliem exited his car while stopped on Dey Road at the intersection of Scudders Mill Road and confronted the woman in the car stopped behind him. He was also charged with reckless driving, unsafe lane change, obstructing traffic, and leaving a vehicle unattended.
Construction Site Theft. Lucas Brothers Construction was the victim of a theft at Morris Davison Park overnight September 20 or September 21. Stolen were 60 metal curb forms valued at $480.
Autos Damaged. A Hightstown resident’s 2009 Infiniti was vandalized on October 4 on Ravens Crest Drive. Police said someone scratched the driver’s side door with a thin, hard object.
A Ravens Crest Drive resident’s 2010 Nissan Murano SL was vandalized overnight October 1 and October 2. Police said they believe someone used a key to scratch the driver and passenger doors.
Two cars owned by a Hampshire Drive resident were damaged by someone riding a passing bicycle on October 4, said police. A 2008 Toyota Sienna’s rear door had a six-inch scrape, and a 2002 Hyundai Sonata had a one-inch scrape on the trunk. Damage is estimated at $500 per vehicle.
Online Crime. A Hampshire Drive resident was the victim of a credit card theft on September 29. Someone used the victim’s credit card to make $3,000 in unauthorized purchases.
Identity Theft. Someone attempted to apply for a bank loan using a Parker Road South resident’s name and social security number. The application was made on July 12 at an unknown Wells Fargo Bank location. The victim was only recently notified.
DWI Arrests. Kathryn A. Poulter, 26, of Plainsboro was arrested October 4 on a drunk driving charge. Poulter was stopped on Route 1 for a broken light on her 2003 Jeep Liberty and was found to be intoxicated.
Naveen N. Voleti, 40, of Quail Ridge Drive was arrested on October 3 on a drunk driving charge. Voleti was stopped on Dey Road for a broken headlight and erratic driving and was found to be intoxicated.
Arrested for underage DWI was a 17-year-old Princeton female. Police said the teen was stopped on Dey Road on September 29 for failing to dim her high beams and was found to be intoxicated.
Found to be intoxicated after being involved in an auto accident on Scudders Mill Road was Richard Cruz, 25, of Hamilton. Police said the accident, which occurred on September 24, only involved Cruz’s vehicle.
Ozzie A. Ingram, 45, of Morrisville, PA, was arrested September 26 on a drunk driving charge. According to police, Ingram was stopped on Route 1 south for speeding and was found to be intoxicated.