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Cranbury Police Charge Two In Wednesday’s ‘Suspicious Activity’ Incident

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CRANBURY, NJ – Police charged two men with possession of burglary tools related to Wednesday’s alert about “suspicious activity” on Wynewood Drive, officials said.

The men, identified as Craig T. Sherman, 44, of Highland Park and Kenneth Bell Jr., 41, of East Windsor were each charged with possession of burglary tools in the vicinity of “suspicious activity” reports on Wynewood Drive yesterday, police said Thursday.

Officers responded to the report at 10:48 a.m. Wednesday at the Evans Tract Development.

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According to police, the men were arrested in the area of the Wynewood Drive development as part of that investigation.

Police did not release any further details about what led to the arrest, but put out the following statement in a Nixle alert Thursday afternoon.

“The following is related to yesterday’s Nixle advisories,” the statement said. “We ask our residents to understand that while police are involved in an ongoing investigation and may find the need to alert the community, we will only put out limited information in an effort not to jeopardize the integrity of the investigation.”

Police also did not say if the suspects were jailed or released on a summons.

Two community Nixle alerts were issued Wednesday in an attempt to determine if any homes in the area exhibited any signs of criminal mischief or forced entry.

Anyone with further information is asked to contact Detective Sergeant Ryan Dworzanski (609) 395-0031 as the investigation is ongoing, police said.

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