On July 26, Brianna K. Devlin, 20, of Wharton, N.J., was cited for purchase, consumption, possession or transportation of liquor or malt or brewed beverages by a person less than 21 years of age, and carrying a false identification card while under 21 years of age.
On July 26, Jennifer M. Wohl, 42, of New Hope, was cited for public drunkenness and similar misconduct.
On July 26, Christopher R. Flores, 29, of Houston, Texas, was cited for public drunkenness and similar misconduct.
On July 26, Mason R. Plummer, of Stockton, N.J., was cited for public drunkenness and similar misconduct.
On July 26, Timothy Phelan, 22, of Hopewell, N.J., was cited for disorderly conduct – creating a hazardous or physically offensive condition.
On July 26, Lucas E. Yerkes, 26, of Flemington, N.J., was charged with four counts of DUI, and failure to signal while turning. He was arrested on July 18 by Officer Daniel W. Naftulin.
On July 26, a criminal complaint was filed against Ian P. Heim, 31, of Jamison, for marijuana – small amount personal use, and use/possession of drug paraphernalia. Officer Matthew R. Peppelnan made the arrest on July 8.
On July 21, a criminal complaint was filed against David Charles Mabry, 45, of New Hope, charging him with intentionally possessing a controlled or counterfeit substance by a person not registered, and use/possession of drug paraphernalia. Mabry was arrested on Sept. 30, 2015, by officer Philip T. Varcoe.
On July 18, a criminal complaint was filed in district court against Charles G. Jobs, 55, of King of Prussia, charging him with two counts of DUI (first offense), along with failure to keep right, disregarding traffic lane, driving over a divider, failing to signal while turning, driving at an unsafe speed, exceeding 55 mph by 32 mph, and careless driving. Jobs was arrested on July 7 by Officer John E. Roussel.
On July 21, Blake Robert Peterson, 18, of Pipersville, was cited for purchase, consumption, possession or transportation of liquor or malt or brewed beverages by a person less than 21 years of age.
On July 25, a criminal complaint was filed against Nashaly I. Crespo, 19, of Camden, N.J., for leaving the scene of an accident involving damage to an attended vehicle, not yielding at roadway, failure to stop and give information and render aid, and failure to notify police of an accident/damage to a vehicle. Crespo was arrested on July 23 by Officer John A. Lehnen.
Case #16006043: Grant M. Parker, 20, of Lambertville, was arrested on July 11 at 12:31 a.m. for DUI and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
While on routine patrol, Ptl. Bast observed Grant’s vehicle driving erratically in the area of Coryell Street. Ptl. Bast stopped Parker in the area of North Franklin and Coryell streets. Subsequent to investigation, Parker was found to be under the influence of CDS, and placed under arrest. In addition, Parker was found to be in possession of a glass pipe containing burnt residue.
Ptl. Bast charged Parker with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Use/Influence of CDS, DUI, and Careless Driving. Parker was later released with a pending court date.
Case #16006056: On July 11, patrol responded to the Exxon Gas Station for a report of suspicious activity. Employees at the station had discovered a pile of feces behind several cars located on the southeast corner of the parking lot. Video surveillance showed what appeared to be a white Toyota Scion enter the parking lot at 11:46 p.m. on July 10. The vehicle was occupied by a white male driver wearing a baseball cap and a white female with dark hair.
The female exited the vehicle and walked toward the area where the fecal matter was discovered with what appeared to be a roll of toilet paper. The female remained in that area for a few minutes, then returned to the vehicle, leaving the scene at 11:50 p.m. The video footage and still limages of the suspects have been retained for evidence and to attempt to identify the suspect. Ptl. Cooper investigated.
Case #16006110: On July 13, Ptl. Pascoe responded to Highland’s Art Gallery for a report of theft. An employee at the gallery discovered that her wallet containing all her credit cards was missing, and noticed several fraudulent charges to have been made.
The employee recalled seeing a black male and black female enter the store earlier in the day. The employee stated that the black female distracted her in the front of the store while, the black male talked on his cell phone toward the back of the store, where the employee’s wallet was left unsecured. The employee did not see anyone take the wallet.
Fraudulent credit card charges were later found, and the employee subsequently cancelled her credit cards and reported the fraudulent activity. The investigation remains ongoing, pending video surveillance footage of the suspects from the stores where the fraudulent charges were made. Ptl. Pascoe investigated.
Case #16006112: Miranda R. Beekman, 18, of Horsham, and Gerardo A. Serrano-Gonzaga, 19, of Lambertville, were arrested on July 13 at 5:07 p.m. for Possession of CDS. Lt. Brown responded to the parking lot of Big Bear Natural Foods for a report of suspicious drug activity. Upon arrival, Lt. Brown observed several people leave the area of the tow path and enter two separate vehicles.
Lt. Brown followed one of the suspect vehicles as it left the parking lot and traveled in the area of State Highway 29 and U.S 202. Lt. Brown stopped the vehicle for failing to keep right on a multi-lane highway in the area of State Highway 29 and U.S 202. Subsequent to investigation, the driver, Beekman, was found to be in possession of suspected marijuana and placed under arrest. In addition, the passenger, Serrano-Gonzaga Parker was found to be in possession of suspected marijuana and placed under arrest. Lt. Brown charged Beekman with Possession of Less Than 50 Grams of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Failure to Keep Right. Lt. Brown charged Serrano-Gonzaga with Possession of Less Than 50 Grams of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Beekman and Serrano-Gonzaga were later released with a pending court date.
Case #16006206: Maria A. McSorley, 51, of New Brunswick, N.J., was arrested on July 17 at 1:07 a.m. for DUI. While on routine patrol, Sgt. Gramlich observed McSorley’s vehicle run a red light at the intersection of Bridge and Main streets. Sgt. Gramlich stopped McSorley in the parking lot of the Exxon Gas Station. Subsequent to investigation, McSorley was found to be under the influence of alcohol, and placed under arrest. Sgt. Gramlich charged McSorley with DUI and Failure to Observe Signal. McSorley was later released with a pending court date.
Case #16006236: Leonard M. Wilson, 40, of Morrisville, was arrested on July 17 at 11:54 p.m. for an active warrant.
On July 17, the West Windsor Police Department contacted Ptl. Wurpel and advised they had Wilson in custody with an ATS warrant out of Lambertville Municipal Court in the amount of $1500. In addition, Wilson had an active ATS warrant out of Hopewell Township in the amount of $178. Ptl.Wurpel later took Wilson into custody and processed him for the warrants. Wilson was able to post bail and later released with pending court dates.
Case #16006270: Kevin M. Macera, 23, of Richmond, V.A. was arrested on July 19 at 1:23 p.m. for an active warrant.
On July 19, New Jersey State Police contacted Lt. Brown and advised they had Macera in custody with an ATS warrant out of Lambertville Municipal Court in the amount of $500. Lt. Brown later took Macera into custody and processed him for the warrant. Macera was unable to post bail and an ROR was placed on the warrant. Macera was later released with a pending court date.
A Hunterdon County grand jury on July 21 indicted Avinash D. Dwarka, Anthony R. Chapman, Gavin L. Leitch and Kayvon T. Clayton for conspiracy to commit credit card fraud in the third degree, and credit card theft in the third degree. The charges relate to an April 27 incident involving “fictitious” or “falsely made” credit cards.
(Information is provided by law enforcement and court 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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