Police Blotter - December 2010

December 1 – Burglary to Automobile – Kuser Road, 2500 Block; reported 10:10 am. The victim reported an unknown male suspect broke into their automobile, but no proceeds were reported stolen. Officers arrested a juvenile suspect, who was charged with burglary and criminal attempt.

December 1 – DUI – Berg Avenue/Cedar Lane; reported 2:55 am. Officers arrested Jorge O. Vivar, 29, of Hamilton.

December 1 – Suspicious Person – South Broad Street, 3400 Block; reported 6:06 am. Officers arrested Samuel K. Wilson, 21, of Robbinsville. Wilson was wanted by the Bucks County Sheriff’s Office.

December 1 – Motor Vehicle Stop – South Broad Street/Lalor Street; occurred 5:48 pm. Officers arrested Ingolbert S. Sportella, 32, of Trenton, on a Bordentown Township warrant.

December 1 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Lalor Street/Fitzrandolph Avenue; occurred 9:20 pm. Officers arrested Shawn E. Williams, 35, of Willingboro, on hindering charges; and Anthony M. Kelly, 25, of Ewing, on a Ewing warrant.

December 2 – Burglary – Massachusetts Avenue, 200 Block; reported 4:30 am. The victim reported an unknown male suspect entered their residence but no proceeds were stolen. The point of entry was determined to be an unlocked rear window.

December 2 – Burglary to Automobile – Sequola Road; reported 7:03 am. The victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered overnight. No proceeds were reported stolen but the glove box was ransacked.

December 2 – Burglary to Automobile – Monroe Drive; reported 9:15 am. The victim reported two of their automobiles, both unlocked, were entered overnight. No proceeds were reported stolen. In a second incident on Monroe Drive, reported at 9:59 am, the victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered overnight. A pair of sunglasses, valued at $350, and a sunglasses visor clip were reported stolen. In a third incident on Monroe Drive, reported at 3:34 pm, the victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered overnight. No proceeds were reported stolen. In a fourth incident on Monroe Drive, reported 3:42 pm, the victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered overnight. An Apple iPod was reported stolen.

December 2 – Burglary to Automobile – Hamilton Avenue, 1800 Block; Greenwood Cemetery; reported 2:15 pm. The victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered within the past few minutes. A black Coach purse, valued at $200 was reported stolen. The purse contained: a red leather wallet, valued at $15; $4 in cash; various credit cards; a driver’s license; insurance card and a registration card.

December 2 – Burglary to Automobile – Woolsey Street, 400 Block; Our Lady of Lourdes Cemetery; reported 3:32 pm. The victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered within the past 15 minutes. A black handbag, valued at $50, was reported stolen. The handbag contained: a black Gucci wallet, valued at $150; $150 in cash and a pair of pink eyeglasses, valued at $100.

December 2 – Graffiti – South Olden Avenue, 1100 Block; a business; reported 11:04 am. The victim reported the west side of their building was vandalized overnight.

December 2 – Shoplifter – South Broad Street, 2400 Block; A.J. Wright; reported 3:34 pm. Officers arrested Afua Dankwah, 41, of Hamilton.

December 2 – Graffiti – Beal Street, 100 Block; reported 6:06 pm. The victim reported their garage was vandalized overnight.

December 3 – Burglary to Automobile – Wolfpack Court; reported 3:29 am. The victim reported two of their unlocked automobiles were entered at an unknown time. $60 cash and a Visa credit card were reported stolen.

December 3 – Burglary to Automobile – Robin Drive, 100 Block; reported 7:39 am. The victim reported their automobile was burglarized overnight. $10 in change and a leather briefcase, valued at $80, were reported stolen. In a second incident on Robin Drive, reported at 8:18 am; the victim reported their automobile was burglarized overnight. $10 in change and a Garmin GPS unit, valued at $250, were reported stolen.

December 3 – Burglary to Automobile – Michele Court; reported 7:46 am. The victim reported their automobile was burglarized overnight. A TomTom GPS unit, valued at $650; a black Northface Recon backpack, valued at $60; and Radius CP200 portable radio with a Motorola microphone, valued at $500, were reported stolen.

December 3 – Suspicious Person – Johnston Avenue/Greenwood Avenue; reported 10:07 pm. Officers arrested Sean K. Boasman, 33, of Hamilton, on Trenton and Ewing warrants; and for hindering apprehension.

December 3 – Motor Vehicle Stop – South Broad Street/Fetter Avenue; occurred 6:21 pm. Officers arrested Elvis Crespo, 39, of Trenton. Crespo was wanted by the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office.

December 3 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Greenwood Avenue/Norway Avenue; occurred 10:00 pm. Officers arrested Lakisha K. Carter, 31, of Trenton, on a Robbinsville warrant. Officers also arrested Stanley L. Carter, 53, of Trenton, on a Trenton warrant.

December 3 – Theft – Endicott Road; reported 7:02 am. The victim reported fraudulent activity in their bank account. An unauthorized transaction wired $1,800 to Hong Kong.

December 3 – Theft – Hobart Avenue, 500 Block; reported 12:03 pm. The victim reported two BMX style bicycles, one lime green and the other red, were stolen from the backyard overnight.

December 4 – Disturbance – Sun Valley Road; reported 12:31 am. Officers arrested Cheryl Pullen, 28, of Hamilton.

December 4 – Disturbance – Cynthia Way, 100 Block; reported 2:49 pm. Officers arrested Mathew A. Talacko, 20, of Hamilton.

December 4 – Suspicious Person – Nottingham Way/East State Street; reported 10:25 am. Officers arrested Douglas Koester, 60, of Hamilton, on a Hightstown warrant.

December 4 – Suspicious Person – Stenton Court; reported 1:17 pm. Officers arrested Daniel S. Elgrim, 40, of Hamilton, on Bordentown and Hamilton warrants.

December 4 – Theft – Randall Avenue, 300 Block; reported 12:43 pm. The victim reported a theft of a black skateboard, valued at $60.

December 5 – Disturbance – Eaton Avenue, 200 Block; reported 3:42 am. Officers arrested James T. Poinsett, 26, of Hamilton, on disorderly conduct charges.

December 5 – Burglary – South Olden Avenue, 1500 Block; a business; reported 6:09 am. The victim reported a cash register containing $1,800 was stolen from the business overnight. The point of entry was determined to be broken glass front door.

December 5 – Burglary – South Olden Avenue, 1600 Block; a business; reported 6:10 am. While on patrol, officers reported a broken window on the side of the building and it was determined that no entry was made.

December 5 – Burglary to Automobile – Pacific Avenue, 700 Block; reported 8:44 am. The victim reported an LG cell phone was stolen from their automobile. There were no signs of forced entry as the victim reported losing the keys to the automobile approximately one month ago.

December 5 – Burglary – Park Lane, 300 Block; reported 10:41 am. The victim reported unknown suspects burglarized their detached garage within the past four days. The point of entry was determined to be a forced open side door. A Master Lock pad lock, valued at $20, was reported stolen.

December 5 – Shoplifter – Marketplace Boulevard, 700 Block; Walmart; reported 1:17 pm. Officers arrested Dimitri J. Thadal, 18, of Hamilton.

December 5 – Theft – Birtin Avenue; reported 9:50 am. The victim reported the theft of $125 cash.

December 5 – Theft of Automobile – Tindall Avenue, 600 Block; reported 9:02 pm. The victim reported their 1997 red Honda Accord LX was stolen within the past five minutes. The automobile was left with the keys in the ignition and unlocked.

December 6 – Burglary to Automobile – Victor Avenue; reported 12:51 am. The victim reported witnessing a black male suspect, wearing a red hooded sweatshirt; burglarize their automobile by breaking the front passenger side window. A GPS unit and a USB cable, combined value $215, were reported stolen. The suspect fled the scene in a burgundy Honda Accord.

December 6 – Burglary – Lalor Street, 400 Block; a business; reported 11:21 am. The victim reported their business and upstairs apartment were entered overnight via their separate entrances. No proceeds were reported stolen from the upstairs apartment. The point of entry was determined to be a side door which had its hinges unscrewed. $300 in currency and $950 in checks were reported stolen from the business. The point of entry was determined to be a rear door.

December 6 – Attempted Burglary – Hummingbird Drive, 100 Block; reported 12:23 pm. Officers arrested William C. Owens, 25, of Trenton, on Trenton warrants. Owens was also charged with burglary and criminal attempted theft.

December 6 – Burglary to Automobile – South Olden Avenue, 1100 Block; a business; reported 12:40 pm. The calling person reported two automobiles on their lot were entered overnight. The victims reported, in both instances, that the interior of their automobiles were ransacked and no proceeds were stolen.

December 6 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Liberty Street/Woolsey Street; occurred 11:53 am. Officers arrested Katie L. Lavalle, 21, of Bordentown, for possession of CDS.

December 6 – Robbery – Whitehorse-Mercerville Road, 1000 Block; Kmart; reported 3:53 pm. Officers arrested Mohammed Ismail, 56, of Hamilton. Ismail was charged with robbery and resisting arrest.

December 6 – Theft of Automobile – Route 130, 500 Block; a business; reported 8:14 am. The victim reported a 2000 red Ford F550 Flatbed was stolen.

December 6 – Theft – Bunting Avenue, 200 Block; a business; reported 11:48 am. The victim reported the theft of a rooftop air conditioning unit, valued at $2,000.

December 7 – Burglary – Route 33, 1600 Block; a business; reported 8:19 am. The victim reported $400 was stolen from the cash register last evening. The point of entry was determined to be a broken side window.

December 7 – Criminal Mischief – Main Street; Anchor Thread Park; reported 8:41 am. The calling person reported 20 spindles were kicked out of a gazebo and two plexi-glass sheets were broken on a sign.

December 7 – Burglary to Automobile – Bradford Avenue; reported 10:55 am. The victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered overnight. An Alpine CD player, valued at $300, was reported stolen.

December 7 – Burglary – Yardville-Allentown Road, 200 Block; reported 4:52 pm. The victim reported a Hispanic male suspect entered the residence and stole property. The point of entry is unknown at this time.

December 7 – Shoplifter – Whitehorse-Mercerville Road, 1000 Block; Kmart; reported 11:03 am. Officers arrested Maria N. Morales, 38, of Trenton. Officers also arrested Manuel P. Perez, 31, of Trenton, on a Trenton warrant, on charges from the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office and for hindering.

December 7 – Robbery – Greenwood Avenue, 1700 Block; a business; reported 6:27 pm. The victim reported three male suspects, wearing dark clothing and ski masks, fled after stealing undisclosed proceeds.

December 7 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Greenwood Avenue/Massachusetts Avenue; occurred 9:03 pm. Officers arrested Anna M. Donahue, 31, of Lawrence, on warrants from Cherry Hill and Lawrence and for possession of CDS.

December 7 – Theft – Shady Lane, 600 Block; reported 4:16 pm. The victim reported fraudulent transactions drawn on a family bank account. $384.50 was reported stolen.

December 8 – DWI – Connecticut Avenue, 300 Block; reported 3:14 am. Officers arrested Erica Macklin, 29, of Titusville.

December 8 – Graffiti – Beal Street, 100 Block; reported 7:12 am. The victim reported their garage was vandalized with black spray paint overnight.

December 8 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Nottingham Way/Rosalia Avenue; occurred 11:01 am. Officers arrested George White, 61, of Trenton, on warrants from Hamilton, Princeton Boro, West Windsor and East Windsor. Officers also arrested Antionette D. Louis, 50, of Trenton, on a Bordentown warrant.

December 8 – Shoplifter – Marketplace Boulevard, 900 Block; BJ’s Warehouse; reported 5:22 pm. Officers arrested Danny Gray, 22, of Howell.

December 8 – Robbery – Chambers Street, 1400 Block; a business; reported 7:41 pm. The victim reported they were robbed of undisclosed proceeds at gunpoint by two unknown male suspects. The suspects were described as white males in their early 20’s wearing dark clothing.

December 8 – Theft – Whitehead Road, 100 Block; a business; reported 8:20 am. The victim reported the theft of a trailer license plate and registration.

December 8 – Theft – Rowan Avenue, 300 Block; HEP School; reported 9:04 am. The victim reported the theft of a high school ring.

December 9 – Disturbance – Sloan Avenue, 800 Block; Hamilton Transit Complex; reported 3:01 pm. Officers arrested David Gonzalez, 33, of Mclainsville, North Carolina. Gonzalez was wanted on burglary charges by New York City police.

December 9 – Disturbance – South Broad Street, 2600 Block; Quikchek; reported 5:30 pm. Officers arrested Patrick Johns, 53, on Trenton and Bordentown warrants.

December 9 – Shoplifter – Whitehorse-Mercerville Road, 1000 Block; Kmart; reported 3:05 pm. Officers arrested Jessica Santiago, 31, of Trenton, on Trenton and Secaucus warrants and for CDS charges from the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office. Officers also arrested Samantha Fezette, 34, of Morrisville, Pennsylvania. In a second incident, reported at 5:28 pm, officers arrested Yvonne R. Armstrong, 52, of Browns Mills. Armstrong was also charged with hindering.

December 9 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Walnut Avenue/Norway Avenue; occurred 6:46 pm. Officers arrested Tarweh E. Morris, 19, of Hamilton, on a Trenton warrant.

December 9 – Theft – East State Street, 2500 Block; a business; reported 2:44 pm. The victim reported an unknown male suspect stole scrap metal, valued at $170, within the past twenty minutes.

December 9 – Theft – Marketplace Boulevard, 700 Block; Walmart; reported 3:39 pm. Officers arrested April M. Ross, 28, of Trenton.

December 10 – Burglary – Fetter Avenue, 300 Block; reported 2:33 am. The victim reported a past tense burglary occurring within the past month and half. A credit card was stolen and $700 worth of fraudulent charges was made. Additionally, $4,000 worth of jewelry and an Acer laptop were reported stolen.

December 10 – Burglary – Bunting Avenue, 300 Block; a business; reported 7:49 am. The victim reported $68 was stolen from an office desk. The point of entry was a broken window.

December 10 – Burglary to Automobile – Jesse Drive; reported 10:22 am. The victim reported a laptop and case were stolen from their automobile in a past tense incident.

December 10 – Burglary – Lynwood Avenue, 200 Block; reported 5:29 pm. The victim reported an Xbox and numerous games were stolen from their residence within the past three hours. The value of the stolen proceeds was estimated at $200. The point of entry was unknown at this time.

December 10 – Graffiti – Cedar Lane, 1200 Block; St. Mary’s Cemetery; reported 8:52 am. The calling person reported mausoleum three was vandalized overnight.

December 10 – Shoplifter – Whitehorse-Mercerville Road, 1000 Block; Kmart; reported 3:36 pm. Officers arrested Mark A. Harley, 51, of Trenton. Harley was also wanted on a Clark warrant.

December 10 – Suspicious Person – Liberty Street/South Olden Avenue; reported 9:25 pm. Officers arrested Robert D. Thompson, 21, of Trenton, on a Trenton warrant.

December 10 – Suspicious Person – Victor Avenue/East State Street; reported 10:12 pm. Officers arrested Tarlue Bayshawn Gay, 19, of Hamilton, on obstruction and resisting arrest charges. Officers also arrested Anthony Matthews, 19, of Trenton, on a Trenton warrant.

December 11 – Burglary to Automobile – Sloan Avenue, 800 Block; Hamilton Transit Complex; reported 12:39 am. The victim reported their automobile was broken into within the past 12 hours. An iPod, valued at $250, and a Garmin GPS unit, valued at $150, were reported stolen.

December 11 – Burglary – Chambers Street, 1900 Block; a business; reported 8:24 am. The calling person reported windows were broken on the premises. Upon arrival, officers found the cash register smashed on the floor. No proceeds were reported stolen at this time.

December 11 – Burglary to Automobile – Briner Lane, 100 Block; reported 8:36 am. The victim reported their automobile was entered overnight. A hands-free adapter, valued at $7, was reported stolen. Officers reported no signs of forced entry.

December 11 – Burglary – Whitehorse-Mercerville Road, 1000 Block; a business; reported 9:19 am. The victim reported the front windows were broken and the cash register drawer, containing $100, was reported stolen.

December 11 – Burglary – South Olden Avenue, 2200 Block; reported 10:18 am. The victim reported their backyard shed was entered within the past week, but no proceeds were reported stolen.

December 11 – Burglary – Arena Drive, 600 Block; a business; reported 12:59 pm. The victim reported the front window was broken, but no proceeds were reported stolen. The window was valued at $600.

December 11 – Burglary to Automobile – East Howell Street, 700 Block; reported 10:58 pm. Officers arrested Michael Foxwirth, 49, of Trenton.

December 11 – Theft – Applegate Drive, 100 Block; reported 2:38 pm. The victim reported Christmas decorations were stolen from their front yard overnight.

December 12 – DWI – Quakerbridge Road/Sloan Avenue; occurred 2:58 am. Officers arrested Andre L. Scott, 35, of Levittown, Pennsylvania.

December 12 – Burglary to Automobile – South Broad Street, 1900 Block; reported 10:31 am. The victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered overnight. $6 in change and a car charger were reported stolen.

December 12 – Burglary to Automobile – Liberty Street, 1300 Block; reported 1:32 pm. The victim reported an unknown suspect broke the passenger side window of their automobile overnight and damaged a Pioneer GPS/stereo unit in an attempt to steal it.

December 12 – Burglary to Automobile – Mowat Circle, 400 Block; reported 3:57 pm. The victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered sometime over the weekend. The automobile’s insurance card and registration were reported stolen.

December 12 – Attempts – Adella Avenue; reported 6:19 pm. The victim reported three unknown black males attempted to gain entry to their backyard shed. A lock was found cut off the shed. No proceeds were reported stolen.

December 12 – Burglary to Automobile – Greenwood Avenue, 1700 Block; a business; reported 9:10 pm. The victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered within the past half hour. A Sanyo cell phone, various forms of identification, an insurance card and $200 in cash were reported stolen.

December 12 – Theft – Martin Lane; reported 8:14 am. The victim reported a reindeer yard ornament, valued at $70, was stolen overnight.

December 12 – Theft – Deacon Drive; reported 6:23 pm. The victim reported a lighted snowman Christmas decoration, valued at $90, was stolen sometime today.

December 13 – Burglary to Automobile – South Broad Street, 5000 Block; reported 11:12 am. The victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered over the weekend. Oxycodone pills were reported stolen.

December 13 – Disturbance – Marketplace Boulevard, 700 Block; Walmart; reported 6:29 pm. Officers arrested Scott A. Messinger, 32, of Robbinsville, on a disorderly person charge.

December 13 – Shoplifter – Whitehorse-Mercerville Road, 1000 Block; Kmart; reported 6:45 pm. Officers arrested Julie M. Simmons, 59, of Ewing. In addition to the shoplifting charges, Simmons was charged with resisting arrest and providing false information to a law enforcement officer. Simmons was also wanted on an Orange, NJ warrant.

December 13 – Suspicious Vehicle – Sallie Street, 200 Block; reported 7:52 pm. Officers arrested Mark V. Williams, 22, of Marietta, Georgia, on a Ewing warrant.

December 13 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Greenwood Avenue/Dickinson Avenue; occurred 9:20 pm. Officers arrested Anna M. Donahue, 31, of Lawrence, for possession of CDS and paraphernalia; and Richard W. Holt, 32, of Hamilton, for possession of CDS and paraphernalia.

December 13 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Hobson Avenue/Miles Avenue; occurred 9:38 pm. Officers arrested Jason P. Ash, 40, of Camden, on a Trenton warrant.

December 13 – Theft – Route 33, 900 Block; Haldeman Nissan; reported 2:21 pm. Officers arrested Daniel A. Demtry, of Jackson.

December 13 – Theft of Automobile – Sloan Avenue, 800 Block; Hamilton Transit Complex; reported 8:59 pm. The victim reported the theft of their green 1995 Acura Integra.

December 14 – Burglary – Maguire Road; reported 12:31 pm. Officers arrested Karl Heisler, 19, of Bordentown. Heisler was charged with theft and defiant trespassing.

December 14 – Criminal Mischief – South Broad Street, 1800 Block; a business; reported 3:00 pm. The victim reported a group of juvenile males broke the storefront window after being refused sale of cigarettes.

December 14 – Graffiti – Scully Avenue, 300 Block; Hamilton Township Recreation; reported 9:40 am. The calling person reported three separate areas on the western side of the building were vandalized with black paint marker.

December 14 – Graffiti – South Olden Avenue/Newkirk Avenue; reported 5:36 pm. Officers arrested four juvenile males caught vandalizing telephone poles.

December 14 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Scully Avenue/Liberty Street; occurred 6:02 pm. Officers arrested Timothy P. Grouser, 34, of Wrightstown, for possession of CDS and probation charges out of Mercer County. Officers also arrested Curtis Grier, 24, of Trenton, for possession of CDS. Grier was also wanted by the Bucks County Sheriff’s Office.

December 14 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Greenwood Avenue/Massachusetts Avenue; occurred 10:54 pm. Officers arrested Mahlon F. Booker, 29, of Trenton, on Trenton warrants.

December 14 – Theft – South Broad Street, 2400 Block; a business; reported 2:12 pm. The victim reported their purse containing: $1,300, assorted documents, six credit cards, a driver’s license, a check book and a green card; was stolen.

December 14 – Theft – Chambers Street, 1100 Block; a business; reported 5:41 pm. The victim reported $42 worth of gas was stolen.

December 15 – Burglary to Automobile – Leuckel Avenue, 600 Block; reported 8:18 am. Officers arrested Joseph A. Murray, 48, of Mount Ephraim, on charges of burglary and theft. Murray was also wanted on warrants from: Camden, Blackwood, Audubon and Bordentown.

December 15 – Graffiti – South Olden Avenue, 1100 Block; a business; reported 10:01 am. The victim reported the rear of their building was vandalized with spray paint overnight.

December 15 – Robbery – Reeves Avenue/Arena Drive; reported 5:17 pm. The victim reported an unknown male suspect and two unknown Hispanic male suspects stole their cell phone, wallet and paycheck.

December 15 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Greenwood Avenue/Massachusetts Avenue; occurred 6:18 pm. Officers arrested Robert B. Smith, 28, of Trenton, on a Hamilton warrant. Officers also arrested McGhore Jean, 22, of Hamilton, on Hamilton warrants and for hindering apprehension.

December 15 – Shoplifter – Hamilton Avenue, 2100 Block; CVS Pharmacy; reported 6:57 pm. Officers arrested Kristi L. Worth, 20, of Hamilton.

December 15 – Motor Vehicle Stop – East Park Avenue, 600 Block; Wilson School; reported 8:10 pm. Officers arrested: Daniel A. Seidner, 18, of Hamilton, on charges of possession/consumption of alcohol by persons under legal age, possession of CDS and paraphernalia; Aaron Roger Lewis, 20, of Hamilton, for possession of CDS paraphernalia; and Ladorya E. Green, 20, of Hamilton, for possession of CDS paraphernalia.

December 15 – Theft – Aspen Court; reported 1:32 pm. The victim reported $200 worth of building materials were stolen over the weekend.

December 16 – Burglary – East State Street Extension, 3500 Block; reported 9:29 am. The victim reported their purse and wallet were stolen in a past tense burglary incident. Proceeds were estimated at $360.

December 16 – Burglary – Fetter Avenue, 100 Block; reported 11:15 am. The victim reported approximately 100 feet of copper pipe was stolen from the basement of their residence. The pipe was valued at $50 and approximately $3,000 worth of damage was caused to the residence. The point of entry was a broken side glass storm door window.

December 16 – Burglary to Automobile – Adella Avenue; reported 1:51 pm. The victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered overnight. $8 in change and a Samsung digital camera, valued at $70, were reported stolen.

December 16 – Disturbance – Johnston Avenue, 200 Block; reported 2:50 pm. Officers arrested: Sharmane N. Harper, 38, of Hamilton, on a Trenton warrant and hindering apprehension charges; Jean M. Mulderrig, 54, of Hamilton, on a Ewing warrant; and Walter A. Smith, of Hamilton, on East Windsor and Trenton warrants.

December 16 – Burglary – Elizabeth Avenue, 1500 Block; reported 7:49 pm. The victim reported a side door window was broken within the past twelve hours, but no entry was made. In a second incident occurring on the 1500 Block of Elizabeth Avenue, reported at 10:26 pm, the victim reported unknown suspects gained entry to the residence through the back door within the past six hours. $1,301 worth of jewelry and collector’s coins was reported stolen.

December 16 – DWI – Elizabeth Avenue, 1400 Block; reported 3:24 am. Officers arrested Timothy Howard, 45, of Trenton.

December 16 – Shoplifter – South Broad Street, 4400 Block; Acme; reported 7:51 pm. Officers arrested Renee Fern, 18.

December 17 – Burglary – Westcott Avenue, 100 Block; reported 8:15 am. The victim reported a 42 inch flat-screen TV was stolen from their residence yesterday. The point of entry was a rear door, which was pried open. Two rear spotlights were also found broken.

December 17 – Burglary to Automobile – Reeger Avenue, 100 Block; reported 11:53 am. The victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered and a wallet, valued at $25, was reported stolen.

December 17 – Burglary to Automobile – Alberta Avenue; reported 1:56 pm. The victim reported three unlocked automobiles were entered overnight. $51 in loose change was reported stolen.

December 17 – Burglary to Automobile – Concord Avenue, 100 Block; reported 8:24 pm. The victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered overnight. A GPS unit, valued at $300, was reported stolen from the glove box.

December 17 – Shoplifter – South Broad Street, 2400 Block; Dollar Tree; reported 12:58 pm. Officers arrested Nathan M. Gaines, 21, of Trenton. Gaines was also wanted on a Manalapan warrant.

December 17 – Robbery – William Street, 1200 Block; reported 8:14 pm. The victim reported an unknown black male, wearing a black jacket, jeans and a face covering, stole their white 2000 Mitsubishi Galant and cash at gunpoint. The automobile was later recovered by Trenton Police.

December 17 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Samuel Street/South Clinton Avenue; occurred 8:40 pm. Officers arrested Edward Baez, 28, of Trenton, on Camden and Ewing warrants. Baez was also wanted on additional charges by the Camden County Sheriff’s Office.

December 17 – Theft – Sloan Avenue, 300 Block; AMC Theatre; reported 6:49 pm. Officers arrested Gary M. Middleman, 57, of Princeton. Middleman was caught by employees filming a movie on his cell phone.

December 18 – Criminal Mischief – Green Court; reported 1:19 am. The victim reported the rear window of their automobile was broken within the past few minutes.

December 18 – Disturbance – Route 156; Hamilton Manor; reported 1:51 am. Officers arrested Luis A. Diaz, 24, of Trenton, on interfering charges.

December 18 – Burglary – South Broad Street, 1800 Block; a business; reported 3:11 am. The victim reported the front glass door was broken but not proceeds were stolen.

December 18 – Criminal Mischief – Hamilton Lakes Drive; reported 10:32 am. The victim reported a statue in the rear yard was knocked over and the head was broken. Additionally, landscaping stones from the backyard were thrown into the lake.

December 18 – Criminal Mischief – Hamilton Avenue, 1400 Block; reported 7:42 pm. The victim reported two outdoor Christmas decorations were damaged overnight.

December 18 – Theft – Kuser Road, 800 Block; Colonial Fire House; reported 2:37 pm. The victim reported a purse and wallet were stolen during a function in the catering hall.

December 19 – Burglary – Nottingham Way, 1700 Block; a business; reported 1:36 am. The victim reported an unknown black male, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with a number “5” on the back, fled after stealing a cash box containing $150. The point of entry was a broken front window.

December 19 – DWI – South Olden Avenue/Benson Avenue; reported 3:26 am. Officers arrested Gerardo Cordero, 42, of Trenton.

December 19 – Criminal Mischief – Hamilton Health Place; RWJ Hospital; reported 8:14 am. The victim reported two tires on their automobile were slashed overnight.

December 19 – Burglary to Automobile – Berrel Avenue; reported 10:51 am. The victim reported a past tense incident in which their unlocked automobile was entered and a TomTom GPS unit and charger, valued at $160, were reported stolen.

December 19 – Theft – Hamilton Avenue, 2400 Block; reported 9:54 am. The victim reported the theft of an Apple iPod Touch, valued at $400.

December 20 – Burglary – Morton Avenue; reported 9:43 pm. The victim reported an HP laptop computer and several pieces of jewelry were stolen from the residence. The point of entry is unknown at this time.

December 20 – Shoplifter – Whitehorse-Mercerville Road, 1000 Block; Kmart; reported 9:17 am. Officers arrested Guendy M. Flores-Batz a.k.a. Wendy M. Flore-Batz, 29, of Trenton. Flores-Batz also had prior shoplifting charges from Hamilton.

December 20 – Shoplifting – Marketplace Boulevard, 100 Block; a business; reported 3:48 pm. The victim reported a white female in her 40’s stole a bottle of Patron and a bottle of vodka and fled in a white automobile southbound on Route 130.

December 20 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Greenwood Avenue/Woodlawn Avenue; occurred 9:04 pm. Officers arrested David W. Lennon, 3rd, 46, of Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania, for possession of CDS. Lennon was also wanted on Belmar warrant.

December 20 – Theft – Andover Way; reported 12:02 pm. The victim reported $397 worth of fraudulent charges on their debit card. The charges were made in a store in Italy.

December 20 – Burglary to Automobile – Miami Avenue, 100 Block; a business; reported 2:02 pm. The victim reported a Garmin GPS unit and an iPod Nano were missing and reported stolen after their vehicle was towed. The value of the items was estimated at $450.

December 20 – Theft – Marketplace Boulevard, 300 Block; a business; reported 4:19 pm. The victim reported their Guess wallet containing: identification, medical insurance cards and credit cards, was stolen from their purse earlier in the day. Subsequent fraudulent charges of $110 at Bed, Bath and Beyond were reported.

December 21 – Burglary – Greenwood Avenue, 1700 Block; reported 2:24 pm. The victim reported a Playstation 3, a Playstation Portable, two Playstation games, two P90Xs and an Xbox 360 were stolen from their residence. The total value of the proceeds was estimated at $990. The point of entry was a pried open front door.

December 21 – Burglary – Hastings Road; reported 7:29 pm. The victim reported $225 in gift cards and a Christmas present were stolen from their residence at an unknown time today. The point of entry is unknown at this time.

December 21 – Burglary – Route 156, 100 Block; reported 9:09 pm. The victim reported 40 Christmas presents, a Playstation 3, 270 Cds and six Playstation games were stolen from their residence today. The total value of the proceeds was estimated at $4,230. The point of entry is unknown at this time.

December 21 – Suspicious Person – Miller Avenue, 300 Block; reported 10:49 am. Officers arrested Jermaine S. Ausby, 27, of Hamilton, on a Trenton warrant. Ausby was also wanted on charges from Atlantic County.

December 21 – Shoplifter – Whitehorse-Mercerville Road, 1000 Block; Kmart; reported 1:03 pm. Officers arrested Donald B. Perry, 51. Perry was also wanted on Hamilton and Trenton warrants.

December 21 – Suspicious Vehicle – William Street/Rowan Avenue; reported 8:09 pm. Officers arrested Natalie Rockhill, 18, of Hamilton, for possession of CDS.

December 21 – Suspicious Person – Greenwood Avenue/Massachusetts Avenue; reported 9:14 pm. Officers arrested Terrell Montilus, 28, of Hamilton. Montilus was charged with hindering and providing a false name.

December 21 – Theft – Hamilton Health Place; reported 2:58 pm. The victim reported the past tense theft of a HP computer, valued at $1,246.

December 22 – Burglary Attempt – Yardville-Allentown Road, 2000 Block; a business; reported 12:14 am. The victim reported they found pry marks on the front door. No entry was gained.

December 22 – Burglary to Automobile – Sherwood Avenue; reported 8:34 am. The victim reported their unlocked automobiles were entered overnight. The interior of each automobile was found ransacked, but no proceeds were reported stolen. In a second incident on Sherwood Avenue, reported at 9:57 am, the victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered overnight and $10 was stolen.

December 22 – Disturbance – Estates Boulevard, 100 Block; reported 5:10 pm. Officers arrested: Corey T. Johnson, 21, of Hamilton, on warrants from North Brunswick and East Windsor; Valerie A. Mulrine, 19, of Hamilton; Nazir D. Jenkins, 30, of Hamilton and Daniel E. Stoop, Jr., 25, of Hamilton. All arrestees were charged with possession of CDS and paraphernalia.

December 22 – Disturbance – Arena Drive, 600 Block; reported 5:23 pm. Officers arrested David A. Barrera, 25, of Hamilton, on Hamilton warrants.

December 22 – Theft – Route 33, 900 Block; a business; reported 9:30 am. The victim reported a total of $651.20 in fraudulent charges was made on their debit card.

December 22 – Theft – Youngs Road; a business; reported 12:49 pm. The victim reported a party left without paying for $2,250 worth of repairs.

December 22 – Theft – Gerard Road; reported 2:25 pm. The victim reported $1,000 was stolen from their bank account.

December 22 – Theft – Lillian Avenue, 200 Block; reported 8:36 pm. The victim reported a Fed Ex package, containing $195 worth of Christmas presents, was stolen from the front porch sometime within the past week.

December 23 – Burglary to Automobile – Mark Twain Drive; reported 7:09 am. The victim reported their automobile was entered overnight, but no proceeds were stolen.

December 23 – Criminal Mischief – Lynwood Avenue, 200 Block; reported 7:50 am. The victim reported the driver’s side mirror of their automobile was broken overnight.

December 23 – Criminal Mischief – Liberty Street, 2100 Block; reported 9:35 am. The victim reported overnight damage to their automobile and inspection sticker.

December 23 – Burglary to Automobile – Johnston Avenue, 400 Block; reported 1:47 pm. The victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered at an unknown time. A wallet, Social Security Card and a Department of Public Safety badge were reported stolen.

December 23 – Criminal Mischief – Sloan Avenue, 300 Block; a business; reported 7:01 pm. The victim reported the passenger side window of their automobile was broken at an unknown time.

December 23 – Shoplifter – Whitehorse-Mercerville Road, 1000 Block; Kmart; reported 1:57 pm. Officers arrested Edward Roman, 42, of Turnersville.

December 23 – Theft – Nottingham Way, 2400 Block; a business; reported 6:36 am. The victim reported $44 worth of gasoline was stolen.

December 23 – Theft – Buttonwood Street, 400 Block; reported 3:13 pm. The victim reported six credit cards were stolen at an unknown time. $2,800 in fraudulent charges was subsequently reported.

December 24 – Criminal Mischief – Miami Avenue, 200 Block; a business; reported 8:58 am. The victim reported damage to security fencing.

December 24 – Suspicious Person – Marketplace Boulevard, 100 Block; NJ Transit Bus Stop; reported 12:33 am. Officers arrested Lance Knowles, 28, of Far Rockaway, New York, on a disorderly persons charge and for resisting arrest.

December 24 – Robbery – Chambers Street, 1400 Block; a business; reported 8:24 pm. The victim reported two unknown white males, one armed with a black handgun, fled the scene after stealing $100 cash.

December 24 – Theft – Greenwood Avenue, 1700 Block; reported 9:19 am. The victim reported two unknown black males entered their automobile and removed a purse. The victim reported they chased the suspects and recovered the purse during the pursuit, but the suspects were able to get away.

December 24 – Theft – Quakerbridge Road, 3100 Block; a business; reported 9:37 am. The victim reported the drive through menu board was stolen overnight.

December 25 – Criminal Mischief – Irvington Avenue, 100 Block; reported 12:09 am. The victim reported the front passenger side window on their automobile was broken at an unknown time.

December 25 – Criminal Mischief – Redfern Street, 400 Block; reported 2:30 pm. The victim reported an unknown liquid was poured on the hood of their automobile damaging it and a small area of the headlamps.

December 25 – Criminal Mischief – Paxson Avenue, 400 Block; reported 5:33 pm. The victim reported their mailbox was detached from its post at an unknown time.

December 25 – Disturbance – Sloan Avenue, 300 Block; AMC Theatre; reported 8:36 pm. Officers arrested Marquette Q. Richardson, 18, of Trenton, on charges of disorderly conduct and failure to disperse.

December 25 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Bunting Avenue, 100 Block; 6/11 Ball Field; occurred 12:55 am. Officers arrested Jaleel Rivera, 20, of Trenton, on charges of hindering, being in the park after dark and for driving on a suspended license. Officers also arrested Dominique Nottingham, 18, on a probation warrant.

December 25 – Suspicious Person – Whitehorse-Mercerville Road/Eaton Avenue; reported 1:53 am. Officers arrested Andrew W. Niebudek, 23, of Hamilton, on disorderly conduct charges.

December 26 – Burglary to Automobile – Greenwood Avenue, 1700 Block; a business; reported 10:48 am. The victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered. A black, bi-fold, leather wallet containing: $30 cash, three Visa credit cards and a New Jersey driver’s license was reported stolen along with a TomTom GPS unit, valued at $160.

December 26 – Shoplifter – Route 33, 1200 Block; Shoprite; reported 10:24 am. Officers arrested Kenneth Holloway, 49, of Trenton.

December 26 – Theft – Marketplace Boulevard, 300 Block; a business; reported 4:37 pm. The victim reported the theft of a sweatshirt. No further details were provided.

December 27 – Burglary – Nottingham Way, 1700 Block; a business; reported 1:28 pm. The victim reported $40,000 worth of games and video equipment was stolen from the business overnight. The point of entry is unknown at this time.

December 27 – Burglary – Hobson Avenue; reported 7:37 pm. The victim reported three bottles of prescription medicine were stolen from the residence within the past two days. The point of entry was determined to be a rear door broken window.

December 27 – Robbery – Chambers Street, 1400 Block; a business; reported 7:19 pm. The victim reported an unknown white male, armed with a handgun, fled down East Howell Street after holding up the business. No further details were provided.

December 28 – Burglary – Flock Road; a business; reported 6:31 am. The victim reported $15,785.90 worth of merchandise, including cigarettes and lottery tickets, and cash was stolen from the business overnight. The point of entry is a broken front window.

December 28 – Burglary – Massachusetts Avenue, 400 Block; reported 6:18 pm. The victim reported a LG 26” flat screen television, a LG Blu-Ray player and an Apple Mac Book Pro 15” were stolen. The total value of the proceeds was estimated at $3,400.

December 28 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Liberty Street/Chambers Street; occurred 9:17 pm. Officers arrested Stacey M. Delaversano, 41, of Trenton, on Bordentown warrants, for possession of CDS, paraphernalia and hindering charges.

December 28 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Sloan Avenue/Stevenson Avenue; occurred 10:07 pm. Officers arrested Brent Bishop, 50, of Trenton, on a Ewing warrant.

December 29 – Criminal Mischief – Innocenzi Drive; reported 9:07 am. The victim reported their residence was egged overnight and their automobiles were egged and covered in shaving cream.

December 29 – Suspicious Person – Route 33, 2200 Block; CVS Pharmacy; reported 11:20 am. Officers arrested Dana R. Cottrell a.k.a. Durand R. Turner, Michael Carr, Richard Durand, Merrill Floyd, Floyd Merrill, Randy A. Turner and Michael Walker, 26, on warrants from: Princeton Boro, Ewing, Hamilton, Trenton and Springfield.

December 29 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Greenwood Avenue/Connecticut Avenue; occurred 3:28 pm. Officers arrested Lyma Lamy, 31, of Bordentown, on warrants from Trenton and Hightstown.

December 29 – Theft – Basin Road, 300 Block; a business; reported 7:45 am. The victim reported three Yard Machine snow blowers were stolen from the bed of a pickup truck on the property. The total value of the proceeds was estimated at $3,000. The victim reported the property was unsecured due to ongoing snow removal.

December 29 – Theft – Route 130, 600 Block; a business; reported 10:05 am. The victim reported two kayaks, total value $1,041, were stolen at an unknown time.

December 30 – Burglary to Automobile – Horizon Drive, 700 Block; a business; reported 10:17 am. The victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered overnight. A Garmin GPS unit, an 80GB iPod, and a plastic lunch bag containing various keys were reported stolen.

December 30 – Burglary to Automobile – Kuser Road, 600 Block; reported 5:05 pm. The victim reported their unlocked automobile was entered at an unknown time over the past two days. The automobile’s registration and insurance cards were reported stolen.

December 30 – Suspicious Person – Arena Drive/Whitehorse Avenue; reported 3:57 pm. Officers arrested Mohammed S. Peruiz, 20, of Hamilton, on hindering charges.

December 30 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Chambers Street/Liberty Street; occurred 9:19 pm. Officers arrested Yasman N. Brown, 25, of Trenton, on a Bordentown warrant.

December 30 – Motor Vehicle Stop – Lalor Street/Deutz Avenue; occurred 9:36 pm. Officers arrested Brian Jimenez, 24, of Trenton, on a Trenton warrant.

December 30 – Theft – Hughes Drive, 1100 Block; reported 12:20 pm. The victim reported $1,135.97 in fraudulent charges was charged to their debit card in an online transaction.

December 30 – Theft – Marketplace Boulevard, 700 Block; a business; reported 11:40 pm. The victim reported an Xbox 360 gaming system was returned to the store and the suspect was refunded. However, when the package was opened, an aerosol can and a boot were found inside instead of the Xbox 360.

December 31 – DWI – Fetter Avenue; occurred 2:17 am. Officers arrested Adam R. Rivera, 24, of Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania.

December 31 – Criminal Mischief – Route 33, 1100 Block; a business; reported 1:31 pm. The victim reported a window to the rear of the business was broken at an unknown time.