Police Log: March 24 – March 30, 2015

March 24

More than $4,000 in jewelry was reported stolen from a Mettlers Road resident. Police said someone broke into the house through a rear window and stole a man’s gold wedding band valued at $1,000, a man’s diamond and sapphire ring valued at $1,000, a woman’s gold wedding band valued at $1,000 and men’s watches valued at $1,200.


March 26

An Iselin man was charged with shoplifting food, mouthwash, toothpaste and toothbrushes valued at $11 from Family Dollar store on Hamilton Street. Paul Fair, 21, was allegedly seen leaving the store without paying for the items, police said.

A car driven by Dimitri Vorona of Livingston was rear-ended on Easton Avenue by a car driven by Claudia Barrios of Keansburg. Barrios said she did not realize Vorona had stopped until it was too late.


Christoph Golm of Princeton had just turned onto Route 27 from the Kingston Mall when his car rear-ended a stopped car driven by Susanne Denigris of Princeton.


March 27

Ivory Easterling of Somerville was cited for driving an uninsured vehicle after the car she was driving struck one driven in the Rutgers Plaza parking lot by Bethann Cross of Highland Park.


Nader Shenouda of East Brunswick was cited for careless driving after the car he was driving rear-ended a stopped car on Easton Avenue driven by Reta Wahba of Manalapan. Shenouda said he was checking his GPS and did not realize the other car had stopped.


Sandra Chielewski of Monmouth Junction was cited for failure to exhibit driving credentials after her car collided on Route 27 with one driven by Fang Zhang of Kendall Park. Chielewski’s car was turning left onto Rt. 27 when the collision occurred.


March 28

The owner of a 2002 Lexus RS300 told police he left his car running and unlocked at Canterbury Circle and Martino Drive while he went to the park to do some pull-ups. While he was doing the pull-ups, the man said, he saw his car being driven away down Martino. The car was valued at $6,500. The car was later recovered on Picadilly Road.


March 29

Someone scratched the side of a 2014 Honda Accord while it was parked on John F. Kennedy Boulevard. The damage was valued at $150.


March 30

Someone went to the rear lot of Victory Subaru on Route 27 and removed the wheels and tires from a 2015 WRX STI. The wheels were valued at $3,951 and the tires were valued at $831.


Someone stole a wallet and cell phone from an unlocked car parked on Ralph Street.



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