Officer Megan Erkoboni said she stopped a 2010 Toyota Prius on Old Trenton Road for failing to keep right, and Lirette was found to be in possession of a lollipop infused with marijuana, and the juvenile had a cookie laced with marijuana.
Keirstin E. Wiggins, 25, of Trenton was detained by police on Dec. 12 for an outstanding warrant. Police said that Wiggins was a passenger in a car stopped on Dey Road at 11:07 p.m. for a broken license plate light. A computer check revealed that Wiggins, a passenger, was wanted on warrants out of Pemberton, Cranbury and Robbinsville. The warrants totaled $1,750. Wiggins was turned over to Robbinsville Police.
Shawn D. Robinson, 33, of Morrisville, Pennsylvania, was arrested by police for an outstanding warrant on Jan. 9. Sgt. Scott Seitz said he stopped Robinson on Rt. 1 north at 11:04 p.m. after a computer check revealed that he was driving a 2007 BMW with a suspended license. Sgt. Seitz said that during the stop, he found that Robinson had a $190 outstanding traffic warrant issued by Plainsboro. He was released after posting $190 cash bail.
A West Windsor resident was the victim of a theft from his vehicle on Nov. 8. Police said that someone stole a backpack off the front seat of the victim’s unlocked car while he was in Aljon’s restaurant picking up a pizza.
A Yardville resident was the victim of an auto break-in on Nov. 24. Someone smashed the passenger-side window on the victim’s car, which was parked at MarketFair.
The victim’s purse was stolen from the front seat, despite the fact that the victim had placed a jacket on top to hide it. The bag contained an iPhone 6s and MacBook Pro laptop.
Colon, Jr., 27, of Trenton, was arrested Nov. 9 on a marijuana possession charge. Officer Alfonso Robles said he stopped a Ford driven by Colon at the intersection of Line Road and Cubberly Road for a stop sign violation. Colon was was found to be in possession of under 50 grams of marijuana during the stop, police said.
Fresh Start Power Washing of Hamilton was the victim of a theft on Nov. 18 from a construction site at 3515 Route 1. Police said someone entered removed a padlock from a storage trailer and stole tools valued at $10,000.
A resident of Monmouth Junction was the victim of credit card theft and fraud on Nov. 24. Police said the victim was having lunch with her daughter at Panera in Nassau Park shopping center when someone stole her wallet from her purse, which had been left on the floor. The victim’s credit cards were used to make $2,800 in purchases from stores.
A Lawrence Township resident’s purse was stolen in Walmart on Nov. 24. Police said the victim left her shopping cart unattended in the store for about 15 minutes and returned to find that someone stole her purse from the child seat section of the cart. The purse contained the victim’s wallet, credit cards and identification.
A residence in Windsor Ponds was burglarized between Oct. 22 and Nov. 26. Someone entered the home by unknown means during a several-week period while the owner was out of town and ransacked the bedrooms looking for valuables. Stolen were cash and jewelry.