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Police Log: Sept. 29 – Oct. 4, 2014

Sept. 29

Dominique Yates of New Brunswick was cited for careless driving after her car rear-ended one on Easton Avenue driven by Rebekah Livengood of Edison. Livengood said she was slowing for traffic when her car was hit.

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Monique Washington of South Plainfield was cited for driving an uninsured vehicle after her car was involved in an accident in the Shop-Rite parking lot on Elizabeth Avenue. Washington and Robert LaCorte of Somerset were both backing out of parking spots when they collided.

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Patrick Sickels of Highland Park was cited for driving an unregistered vehicle, failure to yield right of way at an intersection and failure to exhibit an insurance card after his car was involved in an accident with a car driven by Maria Afzali of Raritan on Cedar Grove Lane. The cars collided when they were at the Easton Avenue intersection.

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Joseph Thurlow of Somerset was cited for careless driving after the car he was driving rear-ended a car driven by Justina White of Middletown. Thurlow said he and White were driving down New Brunswick Road when a van cut them off. White said she had stopped for the van when her car was hit.

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Sept. 30

Logan Stahl of Princeton was cited for careless driving after his car was involved in an accident at South Middlebush and Jacques roads with a car driven by Susan Billmaier of Somerset. Stahl said he was trying left from Jacques to South Middlebush and did not see Billmaier’s car approaching.

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Luis Villa-Quesada of Middlesex told police that he was driving down Easton Avenue when a car pulled out of the Dunkin’ Donuts lot right in front of his car. Villa-Quesada said he could not avoid hitting the car, and rear-ended it. The other driver than sped away, he told police.

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A car driven by Karen Zullo of Piscataway rear-ended a car driven on South Middlebush Road by Mariyam Vahora of Kendall Park. Zullo said she stopped for traffic when her car was hit; Vahora said Zullo stopped abruptly.

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Oct. 1

Chung Kin of Somerset was driving down Easton Avenue when, he said, his car was rear-ended by another. The other driver pretended to pull over, then sped away, Kin told police.

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Yao Cao of Piscataway was cited for careless driving after her car struck one on Davidson Avenue driven by Dana Munoz of Sayreville. Cao was pulling out of a driveway at the time.

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Aminu Adam-Seidu of Somerset was cited for careless driving after his car collided with one driven in a Route 27 parking lot by Nicholas Santos of Kendall Park. Adam-Seidu was backing out of a parking space when, police said, his car hit Santos’.

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Joseph Lankewicz of Brick told police that he was trying to turn left in a Cedar Grove Lane parking lot when his car struck one driven by Emily Navarrete of Hillsborough.

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Michael O’Leary of Somerset told police that his car hit one driven on Amwell Road by Samuel Uthgenannt of Ringoes, after O’Leary tried to pass a truck.

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A car driven by Autumn Benning of Somerset rear-ended a car driven by Diego Dominguez of Somerset on New Brunswick Road.

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Krystal Triumph of Somerset said she was driving down DeMott Lane when a number of deer ran onto the road, and she hit one.

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Kia Shirazi of Belle Mead was in the intersection of Cedar Grove Lane and Corporate Place when a deer ran into the road and hit the rear of his car.

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Wanda Ham of Kendall park said she was driving on South Middlebush Road when her car hit two deer that had run into the road.

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Oct. 2

A Rener Lane resident reported that her 2005 Toyota Camry was stolen from in front of her house. The car was later located by New Brunswick police.

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More than $300 worth of candy was reported stolen from Stop n Shop on Easton Avenue. Store security said the theft occurred on Sept. 28. Store security also reported that about $499 worth of Rogain was stolen on Sept. 29.

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Thomas Williams of Somerset said he was driving on New Brunswick Road when a deer entered the road and hit his car.

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Oct. 3

About $200 was stolen from a Somerset Street business the night of Oct. 2.

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A Garretson Drive resident reported that on Sept. 12, someone stole a package that was left on her front stoop by UPS. The package was a Singer sewing machine valued at $199, according to police.

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The rear basement window of an Irvington Avenue home was reported broken.

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Fanny Dennis of Bound Brook told police that she accidentally hit her gas pedal rather than the brake when she was parking her car in an Elizabeth Avenue parking lot. The car jumped the grass median and struck a parked car owned by Keriann Scott of Somerset.

Oct. 4

A Winchester Way resident reported that he’d returned home from running some errands when he discovered that someone removed an Invicta watch from a package that had been delivered to his home. The watch was valued at $239.

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Eight packages of Trainogain valued at $428 were stolen in late September from Stop n Shop on Route 27.

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A Henry Street resident reported that her 1997 Honda Civic was stolen from in front of her home. The car was valued at $2,000, and also contained about $2,000 worth of school books, police said.

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A man driving a turquoise BMW left Resta’s service center on Amwell Road without paying for about $45 worth of gasoline.

 

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