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An 18-year-old Trenton woman was charged with hindering apprehension for allegedly providing false information about her identity after she was stopped for speeding on Washington Road Oct. 30. She was processed and released.

Someone allegedly scratched the passenger side fender, both passenger side doors and the hood of a car parked in the Griggs Corner parking lot on the corner of Witherspoon Street and Hulfish Street. The incident of criminal mischief was reported Oct. 29.

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An Arreton Road resident reported the theft of a package containing an Apple iPhone Oct. 24. The package was intended to be delivered to her home. She never received it, although it was signed for with a digital signature indicating that it had been delivered.

A 42-year-old Trenton man was charged with robbery, issuing terroristic threats and simple assault after he allegedly assaulted a victim and ripped a gold necklace off the victim’s neck during a fight on Witherspoon Street Oct. 23. He allegedly threatened the victim before fleeing. Police officers were able to locate him, he was charged, processed and released.

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