Lt. Mark Lee said that Miller, 72, was backing out of a parking space in her 2004 Toyota Sienna when she struck a 2000 BMW, owned by an East Windsor resident, causing in excess of $500 worth of damage.
Lt. Lee said Miller drove away without alerting authorities or leaving any contact information.
Three people witnessed the accident. One took a photo of Miller’s license plate and another tried to stop her as she drove away. They subsequently called the police and provided them with Miller’s license plate number.
One of the responding officers, Frank Sabatino, went to Miller’s residence on Windsor Drive to question her about the incident.
Officer Sabatino reported that Miller confirmed that she was the driver of the vehicle that hit the BMW. She was issued summonses for careless driving, failure to report an accident and leaving the scene of an accident.
Because Miller is an elected official in West Windsor, the case will not be heard in West Windsor Municipal Court. Miller’s case will be heard in Princeton Township Court, with a first appearance scheduled for Monday, July 9.
Drunk driving arrests
Edward E. Lipinski IV, 23, of Ravens Crest Drive, was arrested June 2 on a drunk driving charge. Police said Lipinski was driving a 2011 Jeep on Ravens Crest Drive when he was stopped for a seatbelt violation. He was found to be intoxicated.
Consuelo A. Rodriguez-Oliver, 44, of New Brunswick was arrested May 14 on a drunk driving charge. Officer Ted Hojnacki said he observed a silver 2002 Chrysler parked in the shoulder of Route 1 north near Carnegie Center Boulevard. He said that when he stopped to investigate, he found that the driver, Rodriguez-Oliver, was intoxicated.
David Lieberman-Segal, 35, of Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, was arrested June 3 on charges that he was in possession of drugs and driving under the influence of a drug.
Police said that Lieberman-Segal was driving a 2017 Honda on Route 1 south when he was stopped for erratic driving. Police said he was determoned to be under the influence, and also in possession of under 50 grams of marijuana. He was also charged with reckless driving, careless driving, improper passing and possession of CDS in a motor vehicle.
Ethan S. Vaca, 21, of West Windsor, was arrested June 4 on a drug posession charge. Vaca was driving a silver 2006 Toyota Camry on Wyndhurst Drive near Dey Road, when he was stopped for using his cell phone while driving.
Police said Vaca was found to be in possession of marijuana under 50 grams and drug paraphernalia. He was also charged possession of CDS in a motor vehicle.
Gladerby Bredy, 25, of Willingboro, Pennsylvania, was arrested on a drunk driving charge on May 6. Officer Alison Pollini said she stopped Bredy at 12:07 a.m. in the parking lot of MarketFair for erratic driving after he left a Cinco de Mayo celebration at On the Border restaurant. Bredy was found to be intoxicated, police said.
Paul D. Osenenko, 43, of Somerset was arrested May 8 on a drunk driving charge. Officer Peter Buchanan said he stopped Osenenko, who was driving a 2012 Ford, on Route 1 near Nassau Park Boulevard for erratic driving and found him to be intoxicated.
Nicholas R. Acker, 21, of Princeton was arrested May 9 on drunk driving and drug possession charges. Officer Kyle Brown he was dispatched to investigate a report of tan 2002 Toyota that was swerving and hit the center barrier on Route 1 near Harrison Street. The car also blew a tire after hitting the median.
Officer Brown found the vehicle disabled in the left lane of Route 1, north of Harrison Street and determined that Acker, the driver, was DWI and in possession of under 50 grams of marijuana.
Satu Divine, 41, of Philadelphia was charged May 9 drug and weapons charges. Officer Frank Zicha said he stopped a white 2006 Toyota sedan on Route 1 at Alexander Road for a tinted rear license plate cover, expired registration and failing to properly signal a lane change.
During the stop, Divine, was found to be in possession of a Ruger 9 mm semi-automatic handgun that was loaded with 17 rounds of ammunition, and more than 350 grams of marijuana. It was also determined that the handgun was stolen out of Philadelphia.
Divine was charged with unlawful possession of a weapon, receiving stolen property, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, possession of Marijuana with intent to distribute and Possession of marijuana over 50 Grams. Divine was processed and then sent to the Mercer County Corrections Center.