Lambertville Police Department blotter:
Timothy Yarborough, 37, of Morrisville, was arrested for DUI on July 27.
Ptl. Michael Gramlich stopped Yarborough on Route 29 at 1:19 a.m. and after he was allegedly observed traveling 80 mph in a 45 mph zone. Yarborough was determined to be under the influence of alcohol, and subsequently arrested. Yarborough was charged with DUI, Speeding, Reckless Driving, Failure to Maintain Lane and Failure to Keep Right. He was later released with a pending court date.
Steven Reichenberg, 29, of Morrisville, PA, was arrested for drug possession on July 22.
Ptl. Sharon Polyak located Reichenberg passed out in his vehicle on Route 29 at 1:30 a.m. Reichenberg was reportedly determined to be under the influence of narcotics and was found to be in possession of heroin. Reichenberg was charged with Possession of CDS and being Under the Influence of CDS. He was lodged in the Hunterdon County Jail in lieu of $15,000 bail.
A 17-year-old juvenile was charged with possession of a fraudulent driver’s license as a result of an incident on July 24.
The juvenile had presented a Maryland driver’s license indicating he was 21 so that he could buy a bottle of alcohol. The store clerk became suspicious, and requested another form of ID, at which point the juvenile fled the scene, leaving the fraudulent ID behind. The juvenile was later identified and charged. He was released to a parent with a pending court date. Ptl. Michael Gramlich investigated.
Clayton Boering, 47, of Bryn Anthyn was arrested on an outstanding warrant subsequent to a motor vehicle stop on July 22.
Lt. Robert Brown stopped Boering on Route 179 at 12:30 p.m. for speeding. Boering was found to have a warrant issued by the City for failure to appear on prior traffic charges. Boering posted $273 bail and was released after being charged with Speeding.
A 61-year-old victim reported she had been contacted by a person representing the “US Federal Government” stating that she had received a grant for $10,600. The caller indicated the victim just had to send $180 via Money Pak to pay for federal taxes on the grant. After the victim sent the $180 to the caller, the victim was then advised to send another $480 to pay for state taxes. The victim then provided her bank account number so the money could be transferred.
The call was determined to be a hoax and had originated from out of the country. Citizens are reminded to be wary of any unsolicited telephone calls promising cash awards, grants, and lotto winnings especially when you are asked to pay for the money you allegedly won. Please report any suspicious incidents.
A painting valued at $2695 was reported stolen from G. Evans, Ltd. on July 25. The painting, 24 ”x 32”, was reportedly taken sometime in the past month. The painting depicted two partially clothed women dancers and was titled “Dancer Painting.” Det. Michael Miloszar is investigating.
(Information in police reports is provided by law enforcement officials, and is assumed accurate. All suspects and arrested persons are presumed not guilty unless proven guilty in a Court of Law or until such rights are waived by the accused.)
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