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Police Log: May 9 – 16, 2017

May 9

  • James Lawrence of Somerset was cited for careless driving after his car collided with one driven by Julius Arinzeh of Somerset. Arinzeh said he was driving on Route 27 when Lawrence’s car turned in front of his.
  • Stephanie Beckles of Somerset was cited for careless driving and failure to exhibit driving credentials after her car rear-ended one driven on Route 27 by Artesia Fryar, also of Somerset.
  •  Samuel Johnson of Somerset was cited for failure to report an accident, leaving the scene of an accident, driving without insurance and careless driving after her car was involved in an accident on Norma Avenue. Brianna Angers of Maryland told police that her car was stopped behind Johnson’s, when Johnson moved into teh Hamilton Street intersection, then backed into her car and left the scene.

May 10

  • A Coach purse valued at $40, a wallet valued at $20 and personal papers were stolen from a car parked outside a Bennington parkway home.
  • The front door of a boarded-up home on Baier Avenue was found open. DPW secured the door.
  • Donte Dowdell, 21, of Somerset was arrested on an outstanding New Brunswick warrant. He was later released on $1,000 bail.
  • John Archibald, 32, of Somerset, was arrested on two outstanding township warrants.
  • Jade Godfrey-Phipps, 30, of Somerset, was arrested on outstanding warrants.
  • Leondress Killings, 39, of Somerset, was arrested on outstanding warrants.
  • Michael Thomas, 47, of Somerset, was arrested on outstanding warrants after he turned himself in.
  • Elizabeth Herrera of Bound Brook said she could not stop her car fast enough on Easton Avenue to avoid rear-ending a car driven by Yun Mao of Basking Ridge. That impact forced Mao’s car into the rear of one driven by Stacy Eleazar of Sewell, which was in turn pushed into the rear of a car driven by Miles Stafford of Toms River. Stafford said he had to stop short because a car ahead of his stopped suddenly to turn left onto Culver Street.
  • Andrzej Kierecinski of New Brunswick was cited for careless driving after his car rear-ended one driven on Cedar Grove Lane by Kitaka McRae-Roberts of Raritan.
  • Barbara Atatimur was cited for failure to report an accident and leaving the scene of an accident after she backed her car out of her driveway on Marigold Lane, across the street, over the curb and the front lawn at 6 Marigold Lane and then into a tree. She then pulled forward, ran off the road again, went over a curb onto her own lawn and drove away. She was later found and said since no one was injured, she didn’t feel it was necessary to call police.
  • Sheryl Bruce of New Brunswick was cited for careless driving and driving an unregistered vehicle after her car collided with one driven by Nerdis Rodriguez of Manville on Franklin Boulevard. Rodriguez said Bruce turned in front of her car.

May 11

  • Someone broke into a Lewis Street home.
  • A resident inside a Hillcrest Avenue home scared off a man who attempted to break in by climbing through a window.
  • Devin Godfrey-Phipps, 40, of Somerset, was arrested on outstanding warrants.
  • Troy Byrd, 20, of Somerset was arrested on outstanding warrants, drug-related charges and hindering apprehension.
  • Kate Morris, 20, of New Brunswick was arrested on Phillips Court on two outstanding warrants from New Brunswick.
  • Javon Newsome, 39, of Highland Park, was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Bound Brook.
  • Karolyn Ward of Bedminster was cited for careless driving after her car collided on DeMott Lane with one driven by Shirley Colon of Raritan. Colon said Ward pulled out from Dellwood Lane in front of her car.

May 12

  • A 2008 Honda Civic was scratched while it was parked outside a Haverhill Place home.
  • A 1997 Mitsubishi Montero valued at $5,000 was stolen while it was parked outside an Evelyn Avenue home.
  • Someone tried to break into a Clover Place home.
  • Someone broke into a Drake Road home and stole a television valued at $300, a television valued at $150, and two computers valued at $200 each.
  • $1 in change was stolen from a car parked on Hamilton Street.
  • Kyle Flowers of Monmouth Junction was turning his car around on Cedar Grove Lane when it was struck by a car driven by Kushal Patel of Somerset.

May 13

  • Someone tried to break into a car that was parked on Lindsey Court.
  • Kenneth Middleton of Plainfield was cited for failing to wear a seat belt and careless driving after his car struck a car driven on Franklin Boulevard by Carol Parker of Somerset. Police said Middleton initially said his passenger was driving, but Parker said it was he.

May 14

  • Cars driven by Nicholas Scola and Hilary Legacy, both of Kendall Park, collided at the intersection of Route 27 and Andover Road.

May 15

  • Quadir Howard, 21, of Somerset was arrested on two outstanding warrants.

May 16

  • $35 in cash was stolen from a car parked on Crown Road.
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