Shoplifting. Kim C. Davis, 44, of Trenton was charged October 30 with shoplifting at CVS Pharmacy. Corporal George Cier said he was called to the store and found her to be in possession of stolen merchandise from the store, totaling $252.79. She was also charged with theft and was sent to the Middlesex County Jail in lieu of $1,500 bail.
Criminal Mischief. A resident of Hamilton was the victim of criminal mischief on October 23 at Hunters Glen Drive. Officer Jason A. Mandato said someone broke off the front passenger side door handle of the victim’s car while it was parked outside of the Caddyshack Bar on Hunters Glen Drive. Damage is estimated to be $150.
Theft/Burglary. A resident of Aspen Drive was the victim of theft on October 21 at Town Center Elementary School. Officer Jason Mandato said that someone stole the victim’s Blackberry Tour cell phone from inside the school.
A resident of Quail Ridge Drive was the victim of theft sometime between October 21 and 23. Sergeant Scott Seitz said someone stole a pink girl’s Fuji 15-inch bicycle, worth $369.95, from outside the residence.
Drug Arrests. Anquae J. Freeland, 28, of Newark was charged September 30 with possession of a controlled dangerous substance with the intent to distribute after several weeks of investigation.
Detective Russell Finkelstein said Freeland was the target of an ongoing investigation involving the distribution of drugs behind 104 Morgan Lane, as a result of several anonymous tips. Finkelstein said he conducted several weeks of surveillance in the area, watching several hand-to-hand drug transactions involving Freeland. Officer Kevin Lowery stopped Freeland on Dey Road at Morgan Lane on September 30 for motor vehicle violations, when Freeland consented to a search of his vehicle.
Lowery said he found 25 small bags containing marijuana. He also found that Freeland had a suspended driver’s license. He was also charged with possession with the intent to distribute in a school zone, possession of marijuana under 50 grams, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled dangerous substance in a motor vehicle, driving while suspended, and other charges.
Ronald R. Foster Jr., 38, of Ringoes, was charged October 22 with possession of drug paraphernalia. Officer Timothy McMahon said police received a call from an anonymous caller that there was a suspicious car idling in the parking lot of Building 18 on Deer Creek Drive.
When police arrived, Foster was in the driver’s seat of the car, and police found a single one-inch folded waxed paper envelope commonly used to store heroin, said McMahon. Police also found one hypodermic needle stuck in the left side of the front passenger seat, as well as multiple one-inch folded waxed paper envelopes, which were opened, located inside a sunglasses case inside the car, he said. Foster was also charged with possession of a hypodermic needle.
DWI Arrests. Plainsboro Police charged eight drivers with drug and alcohol-related offenses during a checkpoint between 11 p.m. on October 30 and 4 a.m. on October 31. Police conducted the checkpoint on Route 1 South at College Road, in conjunction with the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office. In total, 51 cars were stopped with 32 summonses issued. Police said five of the drivers were intoxicated, four were in possession of marijuana, and one driver was wanted out of Mercer County for more than $32,000 in bail.
Those charged included Danish Rashid, 18, of Philadelphia, charged with driving while intoxicated, reckless driving, possession of marijuana, and possession of a controlled dangerous substance in a motor vehicle;
A 17-year-old juvenile from Philadelphia, a passenger charged with possession of marijuana and failure to wear a seatbelt;
Nicolas A. Duran, 45, of Meadow Road, charged with driving while intoxicated, refusal to submit to a breath test, and reckless driving;
Lazerick T. Russell, 20, of Pennington, charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia;
Stanley M. Harmon, 30, of Trenton, charged with contempt of court on a Mercer County warrant (bail was set at $32,567.20);
Scott B. Johnson, 25, of Lawrenceville, charged with driving while intoxicated, reckless driving, driving while suspended, failure to comply with officers’ orders, and a traffic warrant out of Trenton for $500;
Michael L. Jacobs, 50, of Trenton, charged with possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, driving while intoxicated, reckless driving, possession of a controlled dangerous substance in a motor vehicle, and a warrant out of Plainsboro for $500; and
Damien V. Chiavaroli, 27, of Levitttown, PA, charged with driving while intoxicated and reckless driving.
Plainsboro Police busted an underage drinking party on Cottonwood Court on October 31 after first being called to another incident on Mahogany Court. Officer Kenneth Beatty said numerous juveniles and underage adults were found drinking at the residence while the homeowners were away. The party was dispersed and the juveniles were released to their parents and guardians.
Dinesh Loyapelly, 27, of Plainsboro was charged October 31 with driving while intoxicated. Officer Joseph Bolognese said he saw her driving erratically on Plainsboro Road near Scudders Mill Road and stopped her, finding her to be intoxicated. She was also charged with reckless driving, careless driving, failure to maintain a lane, and driving with an expired license.
Thomas Hanson, 49, of Pheasant Hollow Drive was charged October 31 with driving while intoxicated. Officer Kenneth Beatty said he was called to the parking lot of Building 1 on Pheasant Hollow Drive on a report of a hit and run accident. He said he found Hanson had hit a curb and a parked vehicle and was intoxicated. He was also charged with reckless driving, leaving the scene of an accident, and failing to report an accident.
Shaun M. Quirk, 23, of Fox Run Drive was charged November 1 with driving while intoxicated. Officer Joseph Bolognese said a caller reported that Quirk had crashed his vehicle into a curb on Wyndhurst Drive near Schalks Crossing Road. When Bolognese arrived, he said he found Quirk standing near his car with two flat tires. He said he found him to be intoxicated. He was also charged with reckless driving and failure to maintain a lane.
Ravi Saini, 40, of Staten Island was charged October 23 with driving while intoxicated. Officer Arthur Gant said he stopped Saini for speeding on Plainsboro Road and found that Saini was intoxicated. Saini was also charged with reckless driving, speeding, having a suspended registration, having an uninsured vehicle, having unclear plates, having an obstructed view, and having non-resident vehicle registration touring and non-resident driving privileges expire after 60 days.
Michelle R. Levy, 45, of Bradford Lane was charged October 25 with driving while intoxicated. Officer Arthur Gant said he saw Levy cross a double yellow line and swerve back into her lane, heading east on Dey Road. He said he stopped her for failure to maintain a lane and found she was intoxicated. She was also charged with reckless driving, failure to maintain a lane, and using a cell phone while driving.
Sejin Park, 23, of Princeton was charged October 24 with driving while intoxicated. Sergeant John Bresnen said he stopped him on Route 1 South for failing to maintain a lane and found he was intoxicated. He was also charged with reckless driving and failure to maintain a lane.
Barbara J. Powers-Crayne, 21, of Millstone was charged October 24 with driving while intoxicated. Officer Matt Baumann said police were called to Hunters Glen Drive for a possible fight in the parking lot of building 41. Baumann said police arrived, located the people involved and through investigation, determined that Powers-Crayne was operating a car while intoxicated. She was also charged with reckless driving and possession of an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle.