Police Log: Sept. 22 – 29, 2015

Sept. 22

Jeffrey Corcoran of Helmetta was cited for careless driving after his car rear-ended one driven by Kevin Wyre of Plainfield on Route 27.  Corcoran said Wyre stopped suddenly, and he could not stop in time. Wyre said he had stopped for a pedestrian.

Sept. 23

A Lenovo laptop computer valued at $500 and head phones valued at $100 were stolen from an unlocked car parked on Haven Way.


More than $2,600 worth of damage was done to a parked car on Somerset Street. The car’s three tires and convertible roof were slashed.


A green BMX style bike valued at $120 was stolen from the backyard of a New Brunswick Road home.


Candy worth $2 was stolen by some juveniles from the 6 Ten Deli & Convenience store on Hamilton Street.


Christopher Miller of Highland Avenue was changing lanes on Easton Avenue when, he told police, he looked away from traffic. Miller said he didn’t see that a car ahead of his, driven by Patrick Currie of Westfield had slowed down and the two collided.


Syvinius Williams of Somerset was cited for careless driving after his car collided with one driven by Jocelyn Martinez of Somerset at Hamilton Street and Douglas Avenue. Martinez said she was driving down Hamilton when Williams turned out of Douglas in front of her car.


Jose Samoray of Trenton was cited for driving without a license after his car collided with one driven on Route 27 by Nicole Leiner of North Brunswick.

Sept. 24

An Apple iPod valued at $250, $5 in cash and a checkbook were stolen from an unlock car parked on Drake Road.


Four catalytic converters valued at $2,800 were stolen from Just 4 Wheels on Route 27.


A wallet was removed from a car parked on Clifford Circle. The owner was not sure if the car was locked.


Jacqueline Bracero of Princeton was cited for careless driving, leaving the scene of an accident and failure to report an accident after her car rear-ended one driven on Bunker Hill Road by Jonathan Dawe of Sayreville. Police said Bracero left the scene because, she said, there was not much damage done.

Sept. 25

$85 in cash was taken from the Cardio Metabolic Institute on Veronica Avenue.


Rasuwl Walls, 51, of Somerset was charged with shoplifting after he was allegedly caught leaving Stop and Shop on Route 27 with batteries without paying for them. Walls was released on his own recognizance.


Sept. 27

An Apple iPod Nano valued at $200 and a bag valued at $130 were stolen from a car parked on Holland Drive.


A garage door opener valued at $40 and a boys’ 10-speed bicycle valued at $150 were stolen from an unlocked car parked on Rue Chagall.


Sept. 29

Someone broke into a parked car on Haverhill Place.


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