Drug Arrests. Michelle Maynard-Mahon, 22, of Yardville was arrested September 16 on a drug possession charge. Officer Frank Sabatino said he was on patrol in Mercer County Park after hours when he discovered an unoccupied car in the lot near the Casperson Rowing Center.
An investigation of a nearby wooded area yielded Maynard-Mahon, Justin David Golia, 26, of Roebling, and a third unidentified individual. A computer check revealed that Maynard-Mahon was wanted on warrants out of Lawrence Township and Sea Isle City. She was also found to be in possession of Xanax without a prescription.
Golia, police said was also wanted on outstanding warrants, but did not list the issuing entities. He was processed and released. The third individual was not charged.
Maynard-Mahon was turned over to the custody of Lawrence Township Police.
Michael S. Foreman, 28, of Laurel Spring was arrested September 3 on drug and paraphernalia possession charges. Police said Foreman was stopped on Route 1 north at Meadow Road for tailgating and a passenger not wearing a seat belt. A search of the car revealed Foreman to be in possession of under 50 grams of marijuana and a glass marijuana pipe.
Burglary & Theft Arrest. Maciej Pawlowski, 29, of Lawrence Township was arrested September 13 and charged with the burglary of an Ellsworth Drive home.
Officer Jason Jones said he was dispatched to the home to investigate a report of an activated burglar alarm and found Pawlowski walking down the driveway to a green Jeep. The man told the officer that he had returned to the home to retrieve power washing equipment from a job he had performed there and entered through a garage door.
Police said that they searched Pawlowski’s Jeep and found jewelry. The resident was contacted and told police that Pawlowski had no reason to be inside the home and identified the jewelry as belonging to them.
Pawlowski’s vehicle was seized and he was released on $25,000 bail.
House Burglaries. A South Lane home was burglarized on September 10 between 3 and 9 p.m. Someone entered the house by unknown means and stole several thousand dollars in cash.
A Conover Road resident was the victim of a break-in on September 3. Police said someone used force to enter the victim’s home sometime between 6:30 and 10 p.m. and stole a television, phone, and other electronics valued at $3,400.
Carnegie Center Thefts. A 2002 Acura owned by a Morrisville, PA, resident was stolen from the lot at 506 Carnegie Center on September 2. The car, which was stolen between 8:30 a.m. and 4:10 p.m., was valued at $6,000.
On the same day, also at 506 Carnegie Center, between 1:30 and 4:15 p.m., a bicycle rack was stolen from the back of a Bordentown resident’s 1999 Honda Accord. The rack was valued at $500.
Auto Vandalism. A resident of Ivyland, PA, was the victim of vandalism to his car on September 9. Someone spray painted and threw dirt on the victim’s silver 2008 Lexus, which was parked in the lot at 102 Carnegie Center.
Underage DWI. Robert Jason Krug, 19, of West Windsor was arrested September 10 on a drunk driving charge. Police said Krug was stopped for running a red light at the intersection of Princeton-Hightstown and Alexander roads and was found to be intoxicated.
DWI Arrests. Ryan A. Giberson, 25, of Seaside Park was arrested September 17 on a drunk driving charge. Giberson was determined to be intoxicated after being found asleep behind the wheel of his Volvo in the center lane of Route 1 north.