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Police Log: Sept. 25 – 29, 2014

Sept. 25

A McGuffy Road resident reported that his work laptop had been stolen from his unlocked car. The laptop was valued at $300.

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Sept. 26

Donna Seminara of Kendall Park told police that her car was stopped for a red light at the South Middlebush/Amwell road intersection when it was struck in the rear by a car driven by Michael Ricketts of Somerset. Ricketts told police he thought Seminara’s car moved forward.

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Hasan Bagwandeen of Somerset told place he was driving down Hamilton Street when his car was struck on the passenger side by a deer.

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Ashley Nuemany of Green Brook told police she never saw an oncoming car when she was making a left turn from Amwell to South Middlebush road. Nuemany’s car collided with one driven by Lafaye Dais of Somerset.

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Gwinetta Wade of Somerset was driving down Route 27 when her car collided with a deer.

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Cars driven in a Cedar Grove Lane parking lot collided. Rajit Patel of Somerset told police that he was entering the lot when his car was struck by one driven by Cheryl Bethea of Franklin Park. Bethea said she thought the road was clear as she was making a turn.

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Sept. 27

Muthuvara Anantharaman of Kendall Park was making a right turn in a Route 27 parking lot when his car struck a parked car owned by Anne Villanova, also of Kendall Park.

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Madana Chichili of Somerset was cited for careless driving after the car he was driving rear-ended one driven on South Middlebush Road by Rupali Konegadde, also of Somerset. Konegadde said she was attempting to turn when her car was hit.

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Mounir Elbouamri of North Brunswick was cited for careless driving after his car rear-ended one on Route 27 driven by Kai Yan of Princeton. The impact forced Yan’s car into the rear of one driven by Jeffery Hoisington of Alexandria, Va., which in turn rear-ended a car driven by Betsy Cekic of Kendal Park. Elbouamri said sun glare prevented him from seeing Yan’s car.

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Matthew Deangelis of Florham Park was cited for careless driving after his car rear-ended one driven on Easton Avenue by Tyler Crystal of Randolph. Deangelis told police he looked down at his radio and then looked at the road, but could not stop in time.

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Michael Salardino fo Raritan was cited for careless driving after the car he was driving rear-ended one driven on Easton Avenue by James Reithinam of Monmouth Junction. Salardino said he saw traffic slowing, but could not stop in time.

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Anila Faisal of Somerset was cited for careless driving after the car she was driving rear-ended one driven on Easton Avenue by Helene Resky of Far Hills. Faisal said she could not stop in time to avoid the accident.

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Harvey Patel of Somerset was pulling into a parking space in a Route 27 lot when his car struck a parked car owned by Ludmila Eakunovich of Kendall Park. Patel was cited for careless driving.

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Amanda Jones of North Brunswick was driving down Somerset Street when her car struck a dark Verizon manhole cover.

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Sept. 28

Security personnel at K-Mart on Easton Avenue reported that two shoplifters have been responsible for stealing more than $1,000 worth of items from the store on several occasions.

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Lajoel Allen-Howard of Somerset told police that she was backing out of her driveway when her car struck a parked car owned by Tori Ervin of Montclair.

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Francis Vasquez-Cruz of New Brunswick was backing her car in a Route 27 parking lot when it struck a car driven by Lav Parvathenant of Ringoes.

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Sept. 29

Gbenga Oyetimbo of Somerset was driving down Amwell Road when a deer ran out in front of his car. Oyetimbo told police that he missed that one, but a second deer struck his car.

 

 

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