West Windsor Police Blotter – centraljersey.com

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A Trenton man who worked as a cashier at the Home Depot store on Nassau Park Boulevard has been charged with four counts of theft for allegedly taking cash from the cash register on June 24, June 25, June 26 and June 29. , he reportedly took $380 in cash from the till and put it in his pocket. He was treated and released.

Purses, backpacks and other items were stolen from four cars as they were parked at West Windsor Community Park on June 26. Two of the vehicles were unlocked and two of the vehicles were locked. The suspect allegedly broke the rear side windows to enter the locked vehicles.

A Lawrence Township woman was charged with impaired driving on June 25. The woman’s car reportedly hit the back of another vehicle which was stopped for a red light near the intersection of Route 1 and Harrison Street. She was treated and released.

A Trenton woman has been charged with three counts of shoplifting at the Wegmans’ home on Nassau Park Boulevard on three separate occasions – June 25, 18 and 15. In the most recent incident on June 25, she allegedly took items with a combined value of $416.30. She was treated and released.

A woman reported her wallet stolen while shopping at the HomeGoods store on Nassau Park Boulevard on June 22. When she called to cancel her credit cards, she discovered that several fraudulent purchases had already been made on her credit and debit cards.

Someone allegedly attempted to retrieve mail from a mailbox outside the US Post Office in the Township of West Windsor Municipal Complex using a clear plastic bottle coated in a glue-like substance to which was tied a long string. The bottle was found inside the mailbox, but it does not appear that any mail was stolen. The attempted mail theft occurred between June 18 and 21.

A Voorhees man was charged with impaired driving and endangering the welfare of a child on June 12. A police officer saw a GMC pickup that swerved on Route 1 South. The officer stopped the truck and determined that the driver was driving under the influence. The man was accused of endangering the welfare of a child because his teenage son was sitting in the front passenger seat. He was treated and released.

A Hamilton Township woman was charged with shoplifting $365 worth of groceries from the Wegmans on Nassau Park Boulevard on June 9. articles, but not other articles. She was treated and released.

A Trenton man was charged with shoplifting at LensCrafters at the Marketfair Princeton mall on June 2. The man entered the store, allegedly grabbed six pairs of Versace sunglasses with a combined value of $1,768 and fled. He was apprehended during a follow-up investigation.

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