Hopewell Township police blotter

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A Pennington woman was charged with driving under the influence June 24 after police responded to a call for a vehicle stuck off the road on Pennington-Rocky Hill Road. Police determined that she had allegedly been driving under the influence of alcohol. She was processed and released.

A victim reported the theft of a bicycle that the victim was going to sell, using an ad on Facebook Marketplace June 23. The victim met with the suspect at the Northfield Bank. The suspect provided a bag of “cash” to the victim and asked to test ride the bicycle. After the suspect rode away on the bicycle, the victim discovered the bag contained fake money.

A burglar smashed the front window of a vehicle and grabbed a wallet from inside the vehicle while it was parked at the Penn Brook Swim Club June 21. The total value of the stolen property was $310.

Hose nozzles, bushes and bagged mulch valued at a combined $125 were reported stolen from in front of a River Drive home June 19. The items were left out in front of the house while work was being completed on a project.

A Pennington woman was charged with driving under the influence and reckless driving following a car crash on Pennington-Harbourton Road June 17. Police determined that she had allegedly been driving under the influence of alcohol. She was processed and released.

A Titusville man was charged with driving under the influence and other motor vehicle violations following a single-car crash on Woodmere Way June 16. The vehicle was found off the roadway. The man was processed and released.

A Philadelphia man was charged with issuing terroristic threats, harassment, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and bias intimidation after police were sent to the Golden Nugget flea market for a reportedly disorderly person June 16. Police determined that he allegedly made threats to another person at the flea market. He was arrested at the scene.

A Hamilton Township resident was charged with driving under the influence after a police officer responded to a call about a driver who was unresponsive in a vehicle that was blocking a driveway on Baker Way June 12. The officer determined that the driver was allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol. The driver was processed and released.