WEST WINDSOR POLICE BLOTTER: June 8

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  • Someone attempted to break into a storage shed at the Princeton Junction train station between May 21 and May 24. The burglar tried to pry off the latch that secures the shed, but it is not known whether the burglar got inside the shed. Nothing appears to be missing. 
  • Armen D. Morrow, 37, of Trenton, was charged with shoplifting for allegedly taking nine Epson combo ink cartridges from Walmart and concealing them inside his pants pockets at 4:12 p.m. May 24. They were valued at a combined $328.73. He fled on foot, but was stopped by police near the Best Buy store. 
  • Someone made fraudulent purchases at the Best Buy store, using a stolen PNC bank debit card, for $609.85 and $205.20 on May 18. The card belongs to a 50-year-old Morrisville, Pennsylvania, resident, who reported the incident at 1:31 p.m. May 25. 
  • A mountain bike belonging to a 38-year-old West Windsor resident was reported stolen from the back porch at the victim’s home sometime on May 28. The bicycle was valued at $399.99. 
  • Elijah D. King, 25, of Philadelphia, was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Deptford Municipal Court for $250 after police were sent to investigate a man who was soliciting for money at Nassau Park Boulevard at Quakerbridge Road on May 28 at 6:34 p.m. 
  • Antonio Lopez, 32, of Lakewood, was charged with driving while intoxicated following a motor vehicle stop on Princeton-Hightstown Road at Clarksville Road at 3:17 a.m. May 29. He was also found to have open containers of alcoholic beverages in the car, and driving while his license was suspended. He was also found to be a wanted person by the Lakewood Police Department. 
  • A 35-year-old Port Washington, New York. man reported the theft of his Roadmaster bicycle from the bicycle lot at the Princeton Junction train station between May 28 and May 31. The bicycle was locked to a bicycle rack. The theft was reported at 11:28 a.m. May 31. 