On Aug. 11, Hugh P. Doyle, 57, of Philadelphia, was cited in district court for public drunkenness and similar misconduct. He was issued a summons by Officer Daniel W. Naftulin on Aug. 10.
On Aug. 11, George John Peel Jr., 24, of Fairless Hills, was charged in a criminal complaint with simple assault, disorderly conduct – hazardous physical offense, public drunkenness and similar misconduct, harassment – subjecting another to physical conduct, and disorderly conduct – engaging in fighting. He was arrested on Aug. 10 by Officer Justin K. Hagan.
On Aug. 19, Robert K. Replogle, 39, of Media, was charged in a criminal complaint with simple assault, disorderly conduct – engaging in fighting, and harassment – subjecting another to physical contact. He was arrested on Aug. 12 by Officer Matthew R. Peppelman.
On Aug. 19, Allan Tyler Moyer, 30, of Annapolis, M.D., pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct – hazardous physical offense. He was issued a summons on Aug. 13 by Officer Justin K. Hagan.
On Aug. 19, Garrett Brent Moyer, 22, of Annapolis, M.D., was cited in district court for public drunkenness and similar misconduct. Officer Daniel W. Naftulin issued a summons to Moyer on Aug. 13.
On Aug. 19, Manan Jayesh Pandya, 28, of Yardley, was cited in district court for public drunkenness and similar misconduct. He was issued a summons by Officer Daniel W. Naftulin on Aug. 13.
On Aug. 9, Jason M. Newkumet, 36, of Philadelphia, was charged in a criminal complaint with four counts of DUI (first offense), possession of marijuana, operating a vehicle without required financial responsibility, driving while operating privileges are suspended or revoked, and careless driving. He was arrested on Aug. 6 by Officer James Olan Zukow Jr.
On Aug. 10, Shirlie Mary Egendorf, 71, of Philadelphia, was charged in a criminal complaint with four counts of DUI (first offense), and careless driving. She was arrested by Officer Daniel Peter Marascio on Aug. 9.
On Aug. 23, Joseph William Wilt, 53, of Pottstown, was charged in a criminal complaint with DUI (first offense) and careless driving. He was arrested on Aug. 14 by Officer Gary W. Forrester Jr.
On Aug. 10, James Patrick McVeigh, 28, of New Hope, was charged in a criminal complaint with DUI (first offense), accident involving damage to and attended vehicle or property, non-obedience to traffic control devices, failure to keep right, disregarding a single traffic lane, driving at an unsafe speed, careless driving, reckless driving, failure to stop and give information or render aid, and accidental damage to an unattend vehicle or property. He was arrested by Officer John E. Roussel on July 30.
On Aug. 15, Ramirez J. Grable, 32, of Phoenixville was cited in district court for harassment – subjecting another to physical contact. He was issued a summons by Officer Charles J. Snyder that same day.
On Aug. 18, Katherine S. Kelly was indicted by a Hunterdon County grand jury for possession of a Schedule II controlled dangerous substance in the third degree — crack cocaine — in Lambertville on or about Feb. 6.
On Aug. 9, a resident of South Main Street reported the theft of a bicycle. The victim advised the bicycle was left unsecured outside a business on North Union Street between 2 and 5 p.m. The bicycle is described as a Raleigh Mountain Bike, Cobalt Blue, 21-speed, with silver handlebars. Sgt. Memolo investigated.
Matthew D. Ricotta, 59, of Piscataway, N.J., was arrested on Aug. 13 at 4:15 a.m. for an active warrant.
While on routine patrol, Ptl. Cooper observed Ricotta’s vehicle traveling in the area of State Highway 29 and Weeden Street. A random plate inquiry revealed Ricotta to have an outstanding ATS warrant out of Piscataway Township in the amount of $86. Ptl. Cooper stopped Ricotta in the area of State Highway 29 and the Golden Nugget Flea Market. Ricotta was placed under arrest ,and processed for the warrant. He was able to post bail in full, and was later released with a pending court date.
Ibnmaalik A. Bingham, 32, of Trenton, N.J., was arrested on Aug. 17 at 2 p.m. for an active warrant.
On Aug. 17, the Trenton Police Department contacted Ptl. Wurpel and advised they had Bingham in custody with an ATS warrant out of Lambertville Municipal Court in the amount of $750. Ptl. Wurpel later took Bingham into custody, and processed him for the warrant. Bingham was unable to post bail and was later lodged in the Hunterdon County Jail.
Charles T. Gordon, 54, of Ellicott, M.D., was arrested on Aug. 19 at 10:57 p.m. for Possession of CDS.
On Aug. 19, Lt. Brown and Ptl. Bast responded to the Lambertville House to meet with a guest who believed his wallet, cash, and marijuana were stolen from his room. Gordon permitted patrol to check his room for the missing items, after insisting that he already checked. Patrol quickly located Gordon’s missing belongings in his duffle bag including suspected marijuana and a glass pipe. Gordon was subsequently placed under arrest. Ptl. Bast charged Gordon with Possession of Less Than 50 Grams of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Gordon was later released with a pending court date.
Claudia Arias, 42, of Lambertville, was arrested on Aug. 21 at 1:55 a.m. for DUI.
While on routine patrol, Ptl. Bast observed Arias’ vehicle traveling in the area North Main Street without its headlights illuminated. Ptl. Bast stopped Arias in the area of North Main and York streets. Subsequent to investigation, Arias was found to be under the influence of alcohol, and placed under arrest. Ptl. Bast charged Arias with DUI, Refusal to Submit to Breath Testing, Careless Driving, Unregistered Vehicle, and Proper Light Equipment. Arias was later released with a pending court date.
The Hunterdon County prosecutor, chief of detectives, Raritan Township Police and New Jersey State Police Kingwood Station are investigating multiple burglaries that occurred on Aug. 12 and 16 at six residences on Old York Road in Raritan Twp. and East Amwell Twp.
Law enforcement believes that the suspects may be ringing the doorbell at homes prior to breaking in. Residents should be extra vigilant when their doorbell rings, they advise.
“The person at the door may have a planned excuse for being at the residence, whether looking for directions, soliciting work or just saying they must have the wrong house,” says the prosecutor’s office. “Being prepared to call to 9-1- 1 before answering the door may give patrol units those few extra moments of response time needed to intercept these suspects. If it just doesn’t seem right, it may not be and having police check these subjects out may point law enforcement to the offenders.”
Law enforcement asks anyone with information regarding the above mentioned crimes to please call your local police department or the Major Crimes Unit of the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s office at (908) 788- 1129.
(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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