Police Log: Oct. 30, 2013

police-shield-leftCars driven by Carlos Aguilar-Gutierrez of Easton, Pa. and Kelsey Ayers of East Brunswick side-swiped each other while driving on Cortelyous Lane. Both drivers told police the other was driving in the center of the road.


William Cuper of Sacramento, Cal. told police that he did not realize that the car ahead of his was stopped for an ambulance and passed it on the left, striking the car first with his passenger side mirror and then with the rear of his car. The other driver, Ricardo Chamie of Perth Amboy, said his car was stopped in traffic when it was hit.


The insurance card and vehicle registration to a car owned by Edin Guadado of Dover Avenue was reported stolen while the car was parked outside his house. Guadado said he left his car unlocked.


Cars driven by Stephanie Williams of Somerset and Margaret Bright of Hillsborough collided in a driveway at 935 Hamilton St. Williams told police she was waiting to pull out onto Hamilton Street when her car was rear-ended by Bright’s. Bright said she was stopped behind Williams’ car when it backed into hers.


Cars driven by Thomas Inman of Somerset and Oberto Torres-Jimenez of New Brunswick were traveling down Hamilton Street when Inman’s car, traveling in the left lane, suddenly merged into Torres-Jimenez’s.


Paula Williams of Somerset was cited for failure to yield to an oncoming vehicle after she was involved in an accident at Hamilton Street and Shirley Avenue. Williams told police that she did not see a car driven on Hamilton by Michele Lee of Brick as Williams was pulling out of a gas station, and the two collided.


Cars driven by Immanuel Hill of Princeton and Gail Catley of Somerset collided at Phillips Road and Baier Avenue. Hill told police that he was making a left turn from Phillips to Baier when he changed his mind and decided to make a right turn. He said he began backing up when his car was rear-ended by Catley’s. Catley told police she was stopped behind Baier’s car when it backed into hers.


Kelton Marshall of Somerset told police that he was driving down Route 27, near Rolling Hills Drive, when he activated his left turn signal, thinking he was supposed to turn left. He said his passenger told him he was supposed to turn right, so he activated his right turn signal and began turning, when his car was struck by one driven by Giselle Noel, also of Somerset. Noel said she tried to go around Marshall’s car, on the right, because he signaled a left turn when he suddenly signaled right and turned right.

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