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Someone stole an assortment of items valued at a combined $1,160 from a vehicle while it was parked on Spring Street. The incident was reported Nov. 26.

A Princeton Avenue resident reported the theft of two bicycles, valued at $200 and $1,000, from his garage. The theft was reported Nov. 24.

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A 24-year-old Somerville woman was arrested on outstanding warrants from the Mountainside, Greenbrook and Somerville municipal courts following a motor vehicle stop on Olden Lane Nov. 23. She was processed and released.

A shoplifter stole $2,116.24 worth of items from a store on State Road Nov. 20. The suspect fled the area before police arrived.

An assortment of items valued at a combined $2,518.45 were reported stolen from a store on North Harrison Street Nov. 15. The suspects fled the area before police arrived.

An electric bicycle valued at $999 was stolen from the rear of a business on Nassau Street after it had been left there by the victim, who works for the business. The theft was reported Nov. 13.

A 31-year-old Princeton man was charged with driving while intoxicated following a motor vehicle stop on State Road Nov. 13. The man was processed and released.

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