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Police Log: June 27 – July 4, 2017

June 27

  • Ronald Myers of North Brunswick was cited for driving without insurance after his car was backed into by one driven in a Route 27 parking lot by Mark Fonah of Franklin Park.
  • Brianna Reece of Somerset was cited for improper passing after her car passed a number of stopped vehicles on the right on Hamilton Street before colliding with one driven by Barbara Lewis of Somerset while Lewis was making a right turn onto Highland Avenue.
  • Makame Gregory of New Brunswick was cited for talking on a cell phone while driving, driving without insurance, failure to exhibit an insurance card and being an unlicensed driver after his car struck a parked car on Foxwood Drive, owned by Edmund Tavernier of Somerset.

June 28

  • Marlon Richards, 25, of Somerset was arrested on Castleton Avenue for possession of CDS and for an outstanding warrant from New Brunswick.
  • Oyinkanso Olusola-Ajayi of Somerset was cited for careless driving, leaving the scene of an accident and failure to report an accident after her car ran off the road on Bristol Boulevard, hit the curb and drove over a street light. Olusola-Ajayi told police that she left the scene because she was not sure she was supposed to report the accident to police.
  • Ahmir Mitchell of Somerset was cited for careless driving and driving without insurance after his car rear-ended one driven on Franklin Boulevard by Rozeena Ashraf of Somerset.
  • Randella Rogers-Sirmans of Somerset was cited for careless driving after her car collided with one driven by Tahrea Thomas of North Brunswick at Somerset Street and Douglas Avenue.

June 29

  • Someone broke a mailbox bracket on a Mosher Road home The damage was valued at $50.
  • Kevin Blue, 47, of Newark, was arrested on Hillcrest Avenue for an active warrant out of Sparta.
  • A bicycle valued at $200 was stolen from a Girard Avenue home.
  • Someone stole the keys to a 2002 Subaru parked outside of Starbucks on Cedar Grove Lane, then entered the car and stole $55 worth of various small items. The car was not stolen.
  • Luis Ramirez, 22, of Somerset was arrested on an outstanding North Brunswick warrant.
  • Jamil Taylor, 34, of Somerset was arrested on an active Plainsboro warrant.
  • Lashwan Boyd, 21, of New Brunswick was arrested at the State Police barracks on Cranbury, where he was being held on an active township warrant.
  • James McCloud of Middlesex was cited for driving without insurance after his car backed into one driven by Douglas Sieben of Albuquerque, NM, which was stopped in a parking lot on Elizabeth Avenue.
  • Virginia Kerl of Kendall Park was trying to park her car in a Route 27 parking lot when, she told police, her foot slipped off the brake and onto the accelerator, causing the car to lurch forward into a utility pole.

June 30

  • Someone damaged the driver’s side window of a 2017 Hyundai parked on Avalon Court.
  • Jack Davis, 31, of New Brunswick was arrested on Hamilton Street on an active warrant from New Brunswick.
  • Neneh Kallon of Somerset was cited for failure to observe a stop sign after her car struck one driven by Morgann Sims of Rochester, NY. Sims’ car was stopped on Route 27 when it was hit by Kallon’s, which was coming out of Hempstead Drive.

July 1

  • A vehicle manual and registration were stolen from an unlocked car parked on Buckingham Way.
  • A rock was thrown through a window of a Kia parked on Worlds Fair Drive.
  • Timothy McDougald of Somerset was cited for careless driving after his car rear-ended one driven by David Arko-Mensah of Manville on Hamilton Street.

July 2

  • Items valued at more than $1,400 were stolen from a vacant house on Hamilton Street. Taken was a propane gas grill valued at $500, a tool chest valued at $200, three bathroom faucets valued at $260, a dishwasher valued at $120, a watch valued at $100, a stained glass window valued at $100 and a closet organizer valued at $160.
  • The mirror on a 2008 Toyota Camry was broken off while the car was parked on Davidson Avenue.
  • Grant Brazer of Hillsborough was cited for careless driving after his car rear-ended one on Franklin Boulevard driven by Dillon Donaldson of Monmouth Junction. Donaldson’s car was slowing for a car in front of it.
  • Doris Rhymes of Somerset was cited for failure to report an accident and leaving the scene of an accident after she was involved in a one-car accident at Cortelyous and Whitehall lanes. Rhymes told police that she was turning right from Whitehall when one of her wheels “snapped.” The car then sideswiped a telephone pole. Rhymes said she left the scene and did not call police because she didn’t think she had to because she was the only driver involved.
  • Stefan Fuchs of Somerset was riding his bike on High Street when, he was struck by a car driven by Maria Griffin of New Brunswick. Griffin said Fuchs was riding on the sidewalk, against traffic, when he crossed the street in front of her car as she was turning from Somerset Street.
  • Luis Azcona of Somerset was cited for careless driving and reckless driving after his car hit one driven by Charles Blue head-on on Holly Street. A witness told police that Azcona was speeding through the Arden Street intersection when his car crossed into oncoming traffic and hit Blue’s car. The impact stopped Blue’s car, and pushed it 50 feet backwards into a fence.
  • Linda Gerson of Secaucus was turning from Randolph Road to Rutgers Boulevard when her car hit the curbed median.
  • Beena Raju of Somerset was driving down Davidson Avenue when, as she tried to change lanes to avoid debris in the road, her car struck the rear of one driven by James Lee of Metuchen.

July 3

  • Two debit cards were taken from a car parked on John F. Kennedy Boulevard.
  • Someone damaged the fence of a Canal Road home.
  • A mountain bike valued at $240 was stolen from a Pear Tree Road home.
  • Robert Romany of North Brunswick told police that he did not remember what happened as he was driving on Route 27, but when he woke up, his car was overturned. Police said the car ran off the road and hit a utility pole.

July 4

  • A 2000 Honda Civic valued at $5,000 was stolen while it was parked on South Dover Lane.
  • The rims, tires and lug nuts from a 2017 Honda Accord were stolen while the car was parked on Tamarack Road. The items were valued at $1,500.
  • Tires on two cars parked on John F. Kennedy Boulevard were slashed.

 

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