Home Invasion. Three unknown white men with a handgun forced their way into a residence in Building 6 on Hunters Glen Drive on December 2.
According to Corporal Brett Olma, the men knocked on the door around 8:43 p.m. and forced their way n after the resident opened it. The men forced the resident back into the apartment and demanded money. The resident was home with his wife, infant, and mother-in-law at the time of the invasion. One of the intruders had a small, black handgun. The men, however, abruptly left the apartment without taking anything.
No one was injured during the invasion, and a search and canvass of the surrounding area was conducted by police. The investigation is ongoing.
ID Theft. A 60-year-old resident of Sayre Drive was the victim of identity theft and fraud on December 8. Sergeant John Bresnen said someone hacked into the victim’s E-mail account and sent a fraudulent E-mail to the addresses in the victim’s contacts list, requesting that $1,740 be sent to a different E-mail account. The incident is under investigation.
Theft. A resident of Building 34 on Ravens Crest Drive was the victim of theft between 11 p.m. on November 28 and 10:30 a.m. on November 29. Officer Bruce Stankiewicz said someone stole the victim’s iPod Touch, worth $187, from the breezeway outside of his residence.
Man Found. An 84-year-old man with Alzheimer’s who went missing from his home on Tamarron Drive at 8:15 a.m. on December 9 was found hours later in North Brunswick.
Hiu-Kang sparked a multi-jurisdictional search when he walked away from his home. Plainsboro police were notified at 12:21 p.m., and learned he had been spotted walking on Plainsboro Road in Cranbury around 9:15 a.m. Kang, who only speaks Chinese, was known for walking long distances.
North Brunswick Police found the man in good health at 3:08 p.m. and reunited him with his family.
Criminal Mischief. A resident of Ravens Crest Drive was the victim of criminal mischief between midnight and 8 a.m. on December 9. Officer Mathieu Baumann said someone damaged the victim’s car by pouring an unknown substance on the driver’s side window and door area. The damage has yet to be determined.
Credit Card Fraud. A resident of Fox Run Drive was the victim of credit card fraud on November 21. Officer Joseph DiGeronimo said the resident reported that someone used his credit card to make a fraudulent transaction for $605 at the Short Hills Mall.
Drug Arrests. Lucien N. Bruno, 31, of Red Bank, was charged December 8 with possession of a controlled dangerous substance. Officer Thomas Larity said he stopped him on Quail Ridge Drive for speeding and found he had a warrant out of Aberdeen Township for $405. He also found he was in possession of a controlled dangerous substance, which he tried to destroy by consuming it. The substance was removed from his mouth, and he was transported to police headquarters, where he was treated by Plainsboro EMS.
Bruno was also charged with failure to wear a seat belt, having an open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, and tampering with evidence. He was sent to the Middlesex County jail in lieu of $2,500 bail.
DWI Arrests. Adam S. Andres, 54, of Parlin, was charged December 13 with driving while intoxicated. Sergeant John Bresnen said he stopped Andres for failing to maintain a lane on Route 1 North and found him to be intoxicated. He was also charged with reckless driving and failure to maintain a lane.
Ramon Marin, 32, of Trenton, was charged December 10 with driving while intoxicated. Sergeant John Bresnen said he was working the Over the Limit, Under Arrest Holiday Crackdown and stopped Marin for speeding on Route 1 North. He said he found Marin to be intoxicated. He was also charged with reckless driving, speeding, failure to maintain a lane, being an unlicensed driver, and not having a name and address on a commercial vehicle. He was sent to the Middlesex County jail on a no-bail detainer.
Kimberly R. Perry, of Tamarron Drive, was charged December 9 with driving while intoxicated. Officer Martin McElrath said he stopped her for making an improper turn and failing to maintain a lane on Scotts Corner Road and found she was intoxicated. She was also charged with refusal to submit to a breath test, reckless driving, failure to maintain a lane, and making an improper turn.