Several gas stations were the victims of a number of criminal incidents since the end of November.

Exxon on Parkway Avenue was the victim of a theft on Nov. 22. An unknown male in a black Dodge Caravan requested the gas attendant fill up his tank with $25 worth of gas. After filling up, the suspect drove away without paying.

Also on Nov. 22, Lukoil on Prospect Street had gas stolen at about 10 p.m. Police said an unknown male in a black Nissan Altima filled up his gas tank with $46.07 worth of gas and left without paying.

The BP gas station of Pennington Road was the victim of a theft at 12:49 p.m. on Dec. 13. Police said someone got gas at the station and then left without paying.

On Dec. 13 at 12:49 p.m., someone received gas and then drove away without paying.

On Jan. 4, the Romeco Service Center on Spruce Street was the scene of a robbery at 6:34 p.m. An unknown suspect wearing all black robbed an attendant at gun point. After taking an undisclosed amount of cash the suspect fled in his vehicle and headed south on Spruce street.

The Hess on Princeton Avenue was teh victim of a theft at 3:34 p.m. on Jan. 5, when someone used counterfeit currency to purchase gasoline.


A motorist was the victim of an assault on Scenic Drive on Dec. 16. Someone attacked the victim after he parked his car at around 4:10 p.m.

A man was the victim of an attempted robbery and assault on Dec. 12 at 901 Calhoun Street. Police said that the victim reported that he had been stabbed in the hand when an unknown female attempted to steal his cell phone.

Burglary arrest

Edward Wyzga, 39, of Trenton, was arrested on burglary charges on Dec. 21. Police said that Wyzga was apprehended on Glendale Drive after being chased by officers who identified him as a suspect in a burglaries on Greenland Avenue and Glendale Drive.

Police said that at about 11:10 a.m., the officer called out for him to stop in the area of Prospect and Pennington Road, and Wyzga looked at the officer and thn started to run. The officer caught up to him and arrested him across the border in Trenton. He processed and then sent to the Mercer County Correctional Center on an outstanding warrant.

Auto burglaries

A van parked on Homan Avenue was broken-into and tools were taken in the early morning hours of on Dec. 14.

A vehicle on Silvia Street was broken-into early on Dec. 20. Someone smashed the front passenger window of the car and rummaged through it.

Someone damaged the window of a car parked on Clamer Road during the overnight night hours Dec. 19 or Dec. 20.

A car parked on Talltree Court was burlarized on Dec. 21. Someone entered an unlocked car and stole items from inside.

Someone broke the back window of a vehicle on Concord Circle overnight Dec. 24 and stole $4,500 worth of items.

A car parked on Browning Avenue was burglarized overnight Jan. 5 or 6. Someone damaged the rear window of the vehicle and stole items from inside.

$700 worth of tools were stolen from a car parked on Patton Drive on Jan. 13. Someone broke the vehicle’s window to gain access.

On Jan. 13, someone entered an unlocked vehicle on New Hillcrest Avenue and stole property from inside.

Auto theft arrest

A 16-year-old juvenile was taken into custody for motor vehicle theft at 8:31 a.m. on Jan. 1. The arrest occurred on Central Avenue.

Auto thefts

A white 2015 Kia was stolen from in front of a residence on Western Avenue on Jan. 9.

A vehicle that had been reported stolen out of Hamilton was recovered was recovered on Bradway Avenue on Jan. 16.


An Amazon package was stolen from the front porch of a Ewingville Road resident on Dec. 15.

Propane tanks were stolen from a construction site on Bear Tavern Road on Dec. 18.

Someone stole a Christmas decoration from the front lawn of a Pennington Road residence sometime during the early evening on Dec. 18.

Someone stole an item from the front porch of a New Trent Street resident on Dec. 22.

A package was stolen from the lobby of the Woodbrook House on Lower Ferry Road on Jan. 5.

An unknown male stole a package from the front porch of a Central Avenue home on Jan. 16.

House burglaries

Someone broke into a home on Lanning Street on Jan. 16 and damaged property.

An unknown male entered a home on Conway Avenue at about 9:44 p.m. through the rear entrance while residents were inside. The male was confronted by the resident and fled on foot.

A Browning Avenue resident’s home was broken into sometime during the day on Dec. 15.

On Dec. 13, someone entered a house on Albemarle Avenue sometime during the day and took some items.

Someone entered a King Avenue resident’s house through a window in the late afternoon on Dec. 16 while no one was home and stole various items.