Police investigated a motor vehicle crash early on the morning of November 19 in the area of County Route 518/Harbourton Mt. Airy Rd. The driver is alleged to have been operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. The driver was arrested and transported to Hopewell Township Police Department where he was processed and released after receiving multiple summonses.
Sometime between 4pm on November 27 and 3am on November 28, someone stole a red 2005 Ford F-250 pick-up truck from an East Prospect Street business. The truck had been left unlocked with the keys in it. The truck was recovered by the Lawrence Township Police Department after it was involved in a motor vehicle crash in their jurisdiction. The driver of the truck fled the scene prior to officers arriving. The truck was valued at $1,500.00.
Officer Robert Voorhees responded to a Columbia Avenue address for the report of criminal mischief on November 28. Sometime between 6pm on November 27 and 1:45pm on November 28, someone flattened the front tire of a 2004 Honda Pilot and scratched the word THIEF into the vehicles’ paint. An estimate of the damage is undetermined at this time.
Residents of a Lambertville Hopewell Road address reported to police that sometime between 5pm on November 27 and 9:20am on November 29, someone removed a red ATV from their property. The loss was estimated at $700.00.
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