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Three Catalytic Converters Stolen in Pennington, Fraud, and DUI

by Mary Galioto

Three Catalytic Converters Stolen in Pennington in Two Days
On January 11, Officer Mark Caruso responded at 5pm to a Hale Street residence in Pennington on the report of theft. Officer Caruso arrived on location and spoke to the resident who stated that the catalytic converter had been taken from their Volkswagen sometime during the night. This investigation is still ongoing.

On January 11, Officer Caruso responded at 5:30pm to a second Hale Street residence on the report of theft. When Officer Caruso arrived on location, he spoke to the resident who stated that the catalytic converter had been taken from their Volkswagen sometime during the night. This investigation is still ongoing.

On January 12, Officer Leo Friedman responded to Pennington Police Department headquarters to take a report of theft. The North Main Street resident stated that the catalytic converter had been taken from their Volkswagen sometime during the night. This investigation is still ongoing.

Credit Card Fraud Strikes Pennington Victim
On January 15, SFC Daryl Burroughs responded to an East Delaware Avenue residence for the report of credit card fraud. After SFC Burroughs spoke to the resident it was determined that one of her credit cards had been used to make several purchases at different locations, adding up to approximately $4,075. This card was deactivated and the case is still under investigation. 

DUI Driving on Flat Tires Arrested in Pennington
On January 28, SFC Thomas witnessed a vehicle traveling on South Main Street at Academy on two flat tires and a rim. The vehicle also had heavy front-end damage. SFC Thomas and P.O. D’Ascoli conducted a stop on this vehicle. While speaking to the driver, it was determined that she was driving under the influence and subsequently was arrested. Further investigation also determined the driver had been involved in a single-vehicle accident in a different jurisdiction. This incident is still under investigation. 

This information was provided by the Pennington Police Department.

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