The project calls for the milling and resurfacing of the road between Rabbit Hill and Old Trenton roads. Work is anticipated to be completed by May 6.
One half of the road will be worked on at a time while maintaining one lane in each direction on the other half of the roadway. Construction is slated to occur between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. Work will also take place on Saturdays through 4:30 p.m.
“It is highly recommended to find an alternate route of travel so as to minimize the impact on your daily commute,” said David Barberich, department administrative communications officer.
Shane Z. Thompson, 22, of Monmouth Junction, was arrested Feb. 16 on a marijuana possession charge. Officer Jeffrey Puckett said he stopped Thompson for speeding on Route 1 north and detected the odor of marijuana from within his car. A search revealed Thompson to be in possession of marijuana and paraphernalia, police said.
Marquis D. Brown, 38, of Ewing, was arrested on a drug possession charge on Feb. 24. Sgt. Scott Seitz said Brown was a passenger in a car he stopped on Route 1 south for a seat belt violation. A search revealed Brown to be in possession of marijuana and paraphernalia, police said.
Ramell Moon, 23, of Atlanta, Georgia, was arrested Feb. 23 on drug and illegal weapons possession charges. Officer William Atkinson said he stopped Moon on Plainsboro Road at the intersection of Scudders Mill Road for broken lights and tinted windows on his car.
A search revealed that he was in possession of a 9 millimeter handgun, a large capacity magazine, hollow point ammunition, under 50 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, said Officer Atkinson.
Stolen auto arrest
Eduardo Carrera-Mejia, 54, of Trenton, was arrested Feb. 28 on a receiving stolen property charge. Officer Brett Ullom said he found out during a motor vehicle stop on Route 1 that the car Carrera-Mejia was driving had been stolen out of Trenton. Police said that Carrera-Mejia is not the registered owner of the vehicle.
Justo R. Tecun-Sapon, 46, of Hunters Glen Drive, was arrested Feb. 18 on a drunk driving charge. Oficer Brett Ullom said he detained Tecun-Sapon in the lot of the Princeton Meadows Shopping Center for improper parking and found him to be intoxicated.
James A. Wyckoff, 34, of Trenton, was arrested Jan. 23 on a drunk driving charge. Officer Lee Brodowski said Wyckoff was involved in an accident on Route 1 north at Harrison Street and he was found to be intoxicated.
A 70-year-old Edison woman was the victim Jan. 28 of a theft in Home Goods in Nassau Park shopping Center. Police said that while the victim was shopping, someone stole her wallet from her purse, which she had in her shopping cart.
The victim realized a theft had occurred after she began receiving phone alerts for fraudulent charges being made at a Best Buy store.
The AT&T store on Route 1 north was the victim of a theft on Jan. 29. Police said that two males in their late 20s entered the store and forcibly pulled four iPhones from their security display stands.
When employees tried to stop them, the men became aggressive and confrontational. As they headed out of the store, they ripped two more phones from their security display stands and left the store with those as well. The value of the six stolen phones was $3,639.94.
Tamia D. Harvin-Durant, 22, of Eastampton, was arrested Jan. 30 on a drug possession charge. Officer Alison Pollini said she stopped Harvin-Durant on Route 1 at Nassau Park Boulevard for failure to keep right and a suspended registration. She was found to be in possession of under 50 grams of marijuana.
A home on Gates Court was burglarized on Feb. 2. Police said that sometime between 12:30 and 8:45 a.m., someone entered the garage through the garage door, which had been left open. The interior door that provides access to the inside of the house was locked, and unsuccessfully tried to force it open. The house was not entered and nothing was reported stolen.
Charles Willis, 48, of Trenton, was arrested Feb. 4 on a shoplifting charge at Target. Officer Campbell Knox said that Willis was detained by asset protection after allegedly filling a shopping cart full of infant merchandise valued at $592.70 and attempting to leave the store without paying.