Criminal Mischief. Someone put graffiti on an electrical box in Morris Davison Park, Officer Jason Mandato found on May 3. He said the electrical box was marked with indistinguishable tags in black paint. The damage is estimated to be $100.
Theft. A resident of Glenview Drive was the victim of theft between 7:30 and 9 p.m. on April 11. Officer Timothy McMahon said someone stole the victim’s iPhone and Mophie cell phone case while the victim was at the Princeton Alliance Church. The estimated value of the property is $550.
A resident of Windrow Drive was the victim of theft between January 1 and March 29, the victim reported to police. Corporal Robert Fleming said someone stole two gold rings, worth a total $1,950, from the victim’s residence. There was no sign of forced entry.
A resident of Hunters Glen Drive was the victim of theft between 11 p.m. on April 29 and 9 a.m. on April 30. Officer Bruce Stankiewicz said someone stole the victim’s blue/orange mountain bike, worth $50, from outside the residence.
Burglary. A resident of Hunters Glen was the victim of burglary between April 30 and May 4. Officer Richard Wolak said someone forcibly entered the victim’s home and took a laptop, a security deposit box, sunglasses, and $600 in cash. The total value taken was approximately $4,000.
Identity Theft. A resident of Parker Road was the victim of identity theft between April 25 and 27. Officer Timothy McMahon said someone used the victim’s credit card to make three fraudulent purchases worth a total $4,500.
A resident of Wyndhurst Drive was the victim of identity theft between May, 1991, and June, 1997, the victim reported to police. Officer Mathieu Baumann said someone obtained a New York driver’s license using his identity.
Fraud. A Market Street business was the victim of fraud on March 19. Officer Richard Wolak said the restaurant reported that it had delivered an order of food worth $54 to a Ravens Crest apartment. The food was delivered to an unidentified person, who paid for the order with a credit card that he or she was not authorized to use, Wolak said.
Drug Arrests. Jessica M. Carroll, 24, of Cranford, and James Detore Jr., of Kendall Park, face alcohol and drug charges stemming from a May 7 motor vehicle stop. Officer Thomas Larity said he stopped them on Hunters Glen Drive for having an inoperable headlight and found Carroll was intoxicated. He also found that both Carroll and her passenger, Detore, were in possession of a glass pipe used to smoke marijuana.
Carroll was also found to be in possession of several types of prescription pills that were not prescribed to her, as well as a quantity of marijuana under 50 grams. Carroll was charged with seven counts of possession of prescription medication without a prescription, possession of marijuana under fifty grams, and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was also charged with driving while intoxicated, reckless driving, maintenance of lamps, failure to make repairs, and possession of a controlled dangerous substance in a motor vehicle. Meanwhile, Detore was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
Zachary E. Mudge, 31, of Fox Run Drive was charged May 1 with possession of a controlled dangerous substance and drug paraphernalia. Officer Richard Wolak said he stopped him on Dey Road for maintenance of lamps and found that Mudge’s driver’s license was suspended.
DWI Arrests. Jennifer M. Larkin, 32, of Hunters Glen Drive, was charged May 2 with driving while intoxicated. Officer Joseph Dell Beni said he stopped her on Plainsboro Road for driving while talking on her cell phone and found she was intoxicated. She was also charged with reckless driving and failing to use a hands-free device while driving.
James Marzarella, 71, of Cranbury, was charged April 29 with driving while intoxicated. Officer Kevin Lowery said he saw Marzarella driving east on Plainsboro Road, where he failed to signal a turn and had an obstructed license plate. He said he stopped him and found him to be intoxicated. He was also charged with reckless driving, failure to signal his turn, having an uninsured vehicle, and having an obstructed license plate.