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Police Log: Jan. 22 – 28, 2015

Jan. 22

Joseph Pantoja of New Brunswick was cited for careless driving after his car rear-ended a school bus on Landing Lane, driven by Martha Zumbana of South River.

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Dominador Mandapat of Somerset was backing out of his driveway when his car struck a school bus driven on Cortelyous Lane by Ninoska Alvarez-Bonilla of New Brunswick.

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Carole McLaughlin of Avenel was driving down Canal Road when the car she was driving was sideswiped by a white pickup truck which then left the scene.

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Cars driven by Greg Richardson of Somerset and Richard Velez of South Bound Brook collided at Irvington and Highland avenues. Velez was turning left from Highland to Irvington when the accident occurred.

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Jan. 23

A laptop computer worth $70 was stolen from Effexoft Inc. on Route 27. Police said the office’s door was unlocked.

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A Reler Lane resident reported that sometime since Dec. 1, 2014, someone entered their van and stole their bank book.

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Matthew Perchiano of Monroe told police he was slowing his car down on Easton Avenue and looked away for a moment, then his car rear-ended one driven by Menirva Robil of Spotswood.

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Ricardo Bisda of Rahway was backing his car out of a spot in a Worlds Fair Drive parking lot when his car collided with one driven by Joyce Morales of Bound Brook, who was driving through the lot.

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Apurva Bevinakatti of Somerset was driving on Hamilton Street when, he said, a crossover-type vehicle turned into his car, then fled down John F. Kennedy Boulevard.

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Jan. 24

Nipali Patel of Somerset was driving down South Middlebush Road when she lost control of her car and slid into a guard rail.

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Joel Mensah of North Brunswick was plowing the parking lot of 380 DeMott Lane when his plow hit a car driven by Rafieu Alharazim of North Brunswick.

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Jan. 25

Someone broke the front window of a Hillview Avenue home.

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Seymour Furman of Somerset told police his car was parked on Balboa Lane when it was hit by a car whose driver then left the scene.

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Jan. 26

A heavy construction truck valued at between $50,000 and $60,000 was stolen from Adamsville Maintenance on Cottontail Lane.

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Walter Wielgosz of Somerset was backing his car out of his driveway when it struck a car driven by Michael Harris of Franklin Park.

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Alexandria West of Somerset was negotiating a curve on Veronica Avenue when her car slid on the snow and hit the curb.

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Aleksander Kryshtapovich of Sayreville was driving on Weston Road when his car slid on the snow, crossed the center line and collided with an oncoming car driven by Doreen Davis-Rhoomes of New Brunswick.

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Jan. 27

Someone stole $140 in cash from an unlocked car owned by a Valley Wood Drive resident.

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Jan. 28

A bluetooth speaker box worth $40 and a drill bit worth $10 were stolen from a Royal Court resident.

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Thomas Fullerton of Somerset was pulling into a parking space on Cedar Grove Lane when his car struck a parked car owned by Lisa Galle of North Brunswick.

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