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A Terhune Road resident reported the theft of his vehicle, which he had left idling in his driveway, sometime between 6 p.m. and 7:10 p.m. May 31. The vehicle was recovered in Newark.

Someone allegedly gained access to a S. Harrison Street resident’s bank account and allegedly withdrew $4,000 between two transactions May 18 and May 19. The theft was reported May 31.

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A 27-year-old Somerset man was arrested on two outstanding warrants following a motor vehicle stop on State Road May 31. A license plate inquiry revealed the outstanding warrants. He was processed and released after posting bail.

A Herrontown Road resident reported that between May 16 and May 27, someone allegedly hacked into her bank account and stole $7,000 and also stole $21,390.57 from her Coinbase cryptocurrency account. The incident was reported May 31.

A 45-year-old Florida man was arrested on an outstanding warrant for $240 from Holmdel Township Municipal Court after he was stopped by police on S. Harrison Street for an expired vehicle registration May 21. He was processed and released after posting full cash bail.

An 82-year-old Monmouth Junction man was charged with theft for allegedly taking two Apple iPhones from the tow path on Alexander Street and hiding them in a wooded area May 23. He was released on a summons.

Someone allegedly altered a business check that had been mailed and cashed it in the amount of $4,798.13. The incident of forgery and theft, which was reported May 25, occurred between April 27 and May 5.

A 72-year-old Trenton man was arrested on an outstanding warrant for $550 from the Trenton Municipal Court following an investigation into an alleged car crash on Nassau Street May 29. He was processed and released on his own recognizance.

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