Stephen B. Walters, 25, of West Windsor, was arrested Dec. 17 by West Windsor Police and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of Marijuana under 50 grams and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Officer Alfonso Robles said he stopped a black 2001 Pontiac sedan on Clarksville Road near Quakerbridge for having tinted front windows. During the stop, Walters was found to be in possession of more than 30 Oxycodone-Acetaminophen tablets, a Diazepam pill, a zip-lock bag containing under 50 grams of marijuana, three marijuana pipes and packages of rolling papers, said Officer Robles.


DWI arrests

Feidy Villalobo, 31, of Hunters Glen Drive was arrested Jan. 13 on a drunk driving charge. Police said Villalobo was stopped on Plainsboro Road for failing to maintain a lane, failure to signal a turn, and failure to stop at a stop sign on Scotts Corner Road, and she was found to be intoxicated.

Vikramjit Singh, 25, of East Windsor was arrested Jan. 19 on a drunk driving charge. Police said that Singh was found at 4:24 a.m. asleep behind the wheel of a 2014 Honda Accord, which was parked on the side of Dey Road. Police said he was determined to be intoxicated.

Michael R. Walker, 45, of Raritan was arrested Jan. 19 on a driving under the influence. Police said that Walker, who was driving a 2016 Jeep Cherokee, was stopped on Route 1 north near Independence Way for erratic driving and was found to be driving under the influence of drugs.

Drug arrest

Tahkwon T. Fowler, 22, of Ewing was arrested on a drug possession charge on Jan. 15. Police said that Fowler was a passenger in a 2014 Kia stopped for a high beam violation and a broken brake light and was found to be wanted on warrants out of Trenton totaling $2,600. During the arrest, Fowler was found to be in possession of under 50 grams of suspected marijuana, said police. The car’s driver—Tyree Bodiford, 20, of Ewing—was driving with a suspended license, and was found to be wanted out of Ewing on a $195 warrant.

West Windsor

Auto burglary

A Ewing resident’s car was burglarized at MarketFair on Nov. 29. Sgt. Kevin Sgt. Loretucci said that someone broke into the victim’s car while it was parked in the PF Chang’s restaurant parking lot. Someone smashed the front passenger-side window and then stole the victim’s backpack, which had been left on the passenger-side floorboard. The backpack contained a MacBook computer, an external hard drive and other school-related items.

Drug arrests

Samuel J. Vaclavicek, 25, of East Windsor, was arrested on Dec. 1 on a drug possession charge. Officer Alfonso Robles said he stopped Vaclavicek, who was driving a 2003 Chevrolet, on Old Trenton Road near Cubberly Road for swerving in and out of his lane and for having tinted front windows. During the stop, Vaclavicek was found to be in possession of wax folds containing heroin and a hypodermic needle, police said.

On Dec. 14, Gerald A. Jefferson, 65, of Philadelphia, was arrested and charged with DWI and drug possession. Officer Dominic Fiore said that he and other officers were dispatched to the area of Route 1 and Alexander Road to investigate a report of a brown Nissan that was weaving all over the road. Prior to the officer’s arrival, it was reported that a tire came off of the Nissan.

The car continued north until finally coming to a stop at Washington Road, where the driver got out and stood outside of his car. Jefferson, the driver, was determined to be driving while intoxicated and arrested, police said. While at police headquarters, Jefferson was found to be in possession of marijuana cigarettes in his pants pocket.

Shoplifting arrest

Alysia S. Ayoub, 31, of Robbinsville was arrested Dec. 11 on a shopliting charge at Barnes & Noble in MarketFair. Office Megan Erkoboni said that she was sent to investigate a report of a shoplifter in custody at the book store.

The officer said that investigation revealed that Ayoub concealed a journaling bible and a set of colored pencils into a large tote bag she was carrying. She then paid for some items at the register, but allegedly did not pay for the items in her tote, which were valued at $49.99, and then left the store.

Warrant arrest

Abraham A. Montalvo, 37, of Union City, was arrested at High School South on Dec. 16 for several outstanding warrants. Police said officers were dispatched to the high school at 1:30 p.m. to investigate a report by “a concerned citizen” that a “wanted” person, who turned out to be Mantalvo, was playing on the football field. Warrant checks confirmed that Montalvo had four outstanding warrants for his arrest issued out of Middlesex, Ocean, Somerset and Passaic Counties for outstanding child support. Patrol units went to the high school and identified Montalvo, who was taken into custody, processed and then sent to the Mercer County Correctional Center to await transfer to the Middlesex County Sheriff’s Department.