A Mercer Street resident reported that someone had allegedly used his personal information to apply for unemployment benefits. The incident was reported July 23.
A Prospect Avenue resident told police on July 22 that someone had allegedly used his personal information to apply for unemployment benefits.
A 31-year-old Princeton man was charged with driving while intoxicated after police were alerted to a reported erratic driver on Pauline Drive July 20.
A man reported that someone had forged information on two checks that he had mailed, resulting in a $14,000 loss. The allegations were reported July 20.
Someone allegedly used a Valley Road resident’s personal information to apply for unemployment benefits. The incident was reported July 19.
A 69-year-old Lawrence Township woman was charged with two counts of defiant trespassing after she was discovered at a Lafayette Road West home – once on July 19 and again on July 24. Police were sent to investigate an alarm activation at the house July 19 and discovered her there, according to reports. She was charged with the second count of defiant trespass after she was observed on the property July 24.
A man told police that he had mailed a check to a company for $30.36, but someone changed the amount to $1,600. He discovered the discrepancy when he noticed a withdrawal from his bank account, according to reports. The incident was reported July 16.
A woman reported that she had mailed a check to an organization for $1,400 and it was changed to $15,000. The check bounced. The incident was reported July 16.
A woman told police that she had mailed a check for $111.96, but someone changed the amount and cashed it. The victim observed a withdrawal of $940 from her bank account and reported it July 12, police said.
A customer kicked a piece of a gasoline pumping station at a Nassau Street gas station and broke it allegedly after he realized the business was closed and he was unable to get gasoline. The incident was reported July 11.