Hopewell Township Police Blotter: Week of December 5, 2016

The following is information provided by the Hopewell Township Police Department:

Illegal Dumping: Police Officer Robert Sparano responded to a Hopewell Valley Open Space property along Bayberry Road for the report of illegal dumping on November 28. Sometime between November 18 and November 24, someone dumped roofing materials consisting of shingles and plywood on the property.

Burglary and theft: Detective Joseph Maccaquano charged an individual with burglary and theft on November 28. Detective Maccaquano filed these charges in reference to a car burglary that occurred in Princeton Farms on October 25, in which an unlocked car was entered and cash was removed. The individual was processed at police headquarters and was later released. His case will be forwarded to the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office for review.

Burglary: Police Officer Joseph McNeil responded to a Reed Road business for the report of a burglary on December 3. Sometime overnight someone forced entry to a tool shed and removed a miter saw, jumpstarter pack and an air tool kit. The loss was estimated at $410.00.

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