Juveniles charged with breaking into cars at Windsor Mills development


Three juveniles are facing multiple charges after they allegedly broke into vehicles in the Windsor Mills condominium parking lot April 26, according to the East Windsor Police Department.

The juveniles have been charged with burglary, theft, receiving stolen property and resisting arrest in the incident, which was reported at 2:57 a.m. April 26, police said.

Police were sent to the parking lot in response to a call about several people trying to break into vehicles in the parking lot. A witness saw three people leave the area before police arrived.

When the police officers arrived, they found several vehicles had been entered and property had been stolen from them. They also found a vehicle that had been stolen from the Georgetowne condominium complex and another that had been stolen from Franklin Township.

The area around the Windsor Mills condominium complex was cordoned off by police as they searched for the suspects. Police were assisted by the New Jersey State Police and officers from the Robbinsville, Hightstown and Plainsboro police departments.

Two suspects were found in the woods behind the Windsor Mills condominium complex and a third suspect was stopped by police as he walked along One Mile Road, police said.

Nearly all of the stolen items were recovered, police said.