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A business on Hulfish Street suffered a loss of $4,986 after six business checks were fraudulently deposited in various bank accounts between April 11 and 25. Five of the six checks were recovered or voided, but the victim still suffered a monetary loss.

A 30-year-old Trenton woman was charged with driving while intoxicated following a one-car crash on Pine Street April 28. She was taken to the Princeton Police Department to be processed and released.

A woman reported that a check that she wrote and mailed in the amount of $100 was changed to $18,500 and deposited in a bank account by a thief. The check was flagged by the bank and the victim did not suffer a monetary loss in the incident, which was reported April 29.

A 36-year-old Lawrence Township man was charged with driving while intoxicated after police investigated a call for an erratic driver on Mercer Street April 30. He was taken to the Princeton Police Department to be processed and released.

A 45-year-old West Windsor Township man was arrested on an outstanding warrant for $550 from the Trenton Municipal Court after he was stopped by police on Mercer Street for failure to keep right and having improper safety glass May 1. He was taken to the Princeton Police Department to be processed and released.

A woman reported that someone gained access to two online bank accounts and wire transferred $30,620 out of her accounts without her authorization. The incident was reported April 18.

Someone used a Cuyler Road resident’s credit card to purchase a MacBook Pro laptop computer for $1,386.11. The victim closed the credit card account after she received the transaction notification and did not suffer monetary loss in the incident, which was reported April 19.

A 33-year-old Philadelphia man was charged with driving while intoxicated following a one-car crash on Hulfish Street April 21. He was taken to the Princeton Police Department to be processed and released.

A 21-year-old Ewing Township man who was stopped for speeding on State Road was arrested on an outstanding warrant for $550 from the Lawrence Township Municipal Court April 24. He was taken to the Princeton Police Department to be processed and released.

Someone stole an Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max that the victim had left on a bench on Nassau Street. The theft occurred between 11 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. April 24.