Hillsborough Township Police blotter

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May 30 – Amwell Nursey, 260 Amwell Road, reported a customer bought $570 worth of gravel on a credit card. Once the gravel was delivered to a residence in Bridgewater the $570 charged was disputed and was refunded to the customer. The homeowner stated workers he hired ordered the gravel.

May 29 – A 26-year-old Hillsborough man was charged for disorderly conduct when he was found intoxicated in front of 601 Route 206. He was processed and released.

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May 26 – A 27-year-old Plainfield man was charged for hindering while on a motor vehicle crash investigation on Route 206 after providing officers with a fake name. He was processed and released.

May 26 – A 42-year-old Hillsborough man was charged for DWI while on a traffic stop on Raider Boulevard. He was processed and released.

May 26 – A 25-year-old Hillsborough man was charged for DWI while on a traffic stop on Route 206. He was processed and released.

May 25 – A 57-year-old Princeton man was charged for DWI while on a traffic stop on Route 206. He was processed and released.

May 23 – A 33-year-old Hillsborough man was charged for DWI while on a traffic stop on Route 206. He was processed and released.

May 22 – A resident of Hollow Oak Court reported two suspects wearing Amazon vests stole a package worth $80 off their front porch.

May 20 – A resident of Revere Court reported his 2020 Suzuki motorcycle was stolen from the community parking lot.

May 18 – A resident of Capricorn Drive reported his 2004 Yamaha motorcycle was stolen from the parking lot. He valued it at $4,000.

May 17 – A 27-year-old Hillsborough man was charged for DWI while on a disorderly person report on Beekman Lane. Three days later the same man was charged for DWI in the parking lot of the police department. In both incidents he was processed and released.

May 16 – Two Hillsborough men – a 39 year-old and 54 year old – were charged for DWI while on traffic stops on New Amwell Road. They were processed and released.

May 14 – A Whitehall Court resident reported a FedEx package containing two AT&T phones was stolen off his front porch after delivery.

May 13 – Two businesses – Dave’s Towing and Flanagan Contracting – at 87 and 90 Camplain roads, respectively, reported mail stolen out of their mailbox. At the time of the report, it was unknown what was taken.

May 12 – A resident of Northfield, Vermont reported his duffle bag was stolen while at a sporting event at Iron Peak, 137 Mountain View Road. He reported his keys and other sporting goods were taken.

May 11 – A 37-year-old Hillsborough woman was charged for disorderly conduct while on a motor vehicle crash investigation on Amwell Road. He was processed and released.

May 9 – A resident on Housel Circle reported her tires were slashed overnight. She valued the damage at $900. The investigation is ongoing.

May 8 – Two residents – one from East Brunswick and one from North Plainfield – reported their unlocked vehicle was entered while parked at the Sourland Park, 421 East Mountain Road. The victims stated multiple credit cards were stolen and used at the time of the report.

May 7 – A 33-year-old Highland Park woman was charged for DWI while on a traffic stop on Amwell Road. She was processed and released.

May 5 – A 29-year-old Hillsborough man was charged for DWI while on a traffic stop on Route 206. He was processed and released.

May 4 – A 27-year-old Hillsborough man was charged for DWI while on a traffic stop on Amwell Road. He was processed and released.

May 3 – A 45-year-old Hillsborough woman was charged for shoplifting a can of beer from Bottle King, 626 Route 206. She was processed and released.

May 3 – A 57-year-old Cinnaminson resident was found to be in possession of a glass pipe used to smoke methamphetamine while in the parking lot of the Post Office, 437 Amwell Road. He was processed and released.

May 2 – A Hillsborough resident reported while at Home Goods, 315 Route 206, her wallet was taken by a male walking near her shopping cart. She was distracted by another shopper who was asking her about bed sheets. Her credit cards were used by the time she realized her wallet was taken.

May 1 – The Quick Stop, 378 South Branch Road, reported two males entered the store and took two breakfast sandwiches without paying. They valued the sandwiches at $10.70.

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