Police Log: Nov. 29 – Dec. 1, 2013

Police shieldNov. 29, 2013

Bruce Jefferson of Hopewell was told police he was driving down Route 518 when a black footrest fell off a truck traveling ahead of him. Jefferson said that as he was slowing, his car was struck in the rear by one driven by Anthony Gaylord of Plainsboro. Gaylord said he could not stop in time to avoid the collision.


Nov. 30, 2013

Zdravko Vassilev of Princeton Junction was driving down Manville Causeway when a deer ran in front of his car, causing a collision.


Gary Reeder of New Brunswick told police that he was driving down Sydney Place when he lost control of his car and hit a telephone pole. He was cited for failure to maintain his driving lane and for reckless driving.


Someone lit some papers on fire in a grill at the New Brunswick Road park, police said. Police said the papers appeared to be handwritten letters.


Chriselle Romero of Somerset was driving down Cedar Grove Lane when a deer ran in front of her car, she told police. Romero said she could not avoid hitting the animal.


Dec. 1, 2013

Someone broke a window on the front door of the Starter Shack at Quail Brook Golf Course, Somerset, and then apparently fired off a fire extinguisher inside the building, police said. A window at the rear of the Quail Brook Senior Center was also broken out, police said. Damage to the Starter Shack was placed at $500, while damage to the senior center was placed at $300.


Jennifer Paniscotti of Somerset was cited for careless driving after the car she was driving on South Middlebush Road rear-ended one driven by Ankita Jain of Pennington. Jain said she was slowing for traffic when her car was struck.

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