Police Log: Feb. 21 – 23, 2014

Police shieldFeb. 21

Christopher Randazza of Somerset was backing his pickup truck out of a parking space at Walgreen’s on Hamilton Street when it struck a parked car leased by Rosemary Montes of Edison.


Deborah Machado of New Brunswick told police that she was driving down Millstone Road when she stopped shortly before reaching Somerset Street. She said she put her car in reverse, then backed into a car behind hers driven by Adenike Tillman of Somerset.


Feb. 22

Daniel Ricciuti of Brick was backing out of a parking spot at Burger King, Easton Avenue, when his pickup truck hit a parked car owned by Subha Mani of East Brunswick.


Cynthia Nyarkoah-Awuah of Somerset was backing her car out of a parking spot at the Arbors, Franklin Boulevard, when she saw a car driven by David Samura of Somerset backing toward hers. Nyarkoah-Awuah blew her horn, but Samura’s car struck hers anyway.


Latonya Huff of Plymouth, Mass. was pulling into a parking spot at the Imperia, Easton Avenue, when her car struck a parked car owned by Nelson Rivera of Somerset.


Feb. 23

Michael Kosovan of Browns Mills was driving in the left lane on Easton Avenue when he attempted to change lanes to turn into a shopping center driveway. Kosovan did not see a car driven in the right lane by Moyses Ramirez of Wharton, and the two collided.

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