Franklin Township Weekly Blotter Police Blotter - Police Blotter 01/19/2017 - 01/25/2017

Post Date: 01/26/2017 2:07 PM

01/19/2017

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Fouad M. Kamara, 27, of North Brunswick, NJ was arrested on $350 in outstanding warrants out of East Windsor, NJ and New Brunswick, NJ.  Kamara was transferred over to the New Brunswick Police Department in lieu of bail.  “Note:We are required by the Rules of Court to include herein a statement explaining that the charges are merely an accusation and that the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.”

01/20/2017

Ishorne W. Ramsey, 29, of Somerset, NJ was arrested on $1500 outstanding warrants out of Franklin Township, NJ.  Ramsey was released on bail.  “Note: We are required by the Rules of Court to include herein a statement explaining that the charges are merely an accusation and that the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.”

01/21/2017

A Dayton Avenue resident reported that during the early morning hours, an unknown suspect stole an unlocked Nissan Maxima with the keys inside, which was later recovered in a rear school parking lot nearby.  An unknown suspect also burglarized an unlocked Chevy Silverado and jacket ($100) was stolen. 

A Sherborne Street resident reported that midday; an unknown suspect damaged a screen ($100) to a residence in an attempted burglary.  Nothing was taken.

01/22/2017

An Edith Drive resident reported the overnight hours; an unknown suspect stole a Mazda 3 from that location. 

A Hawthorne Drive resident reported that during the overnight hours, an unknown suspect burglarized an unlocked Nissan Murano and stole $5 in US Currency and $3 in loose change.

A Cooper Avenue resident reported that during the overnight hours, an unknown suspect burglarized an unlocked Toyota Sienna and stole a Coach Purse ($50), $100 in US Currency and miscellaneous cards and documents values at $5.

A Rodney Avenue resident reported that sometime between 01/20/201 and 01/22/2017, an unknown suspect burglarized a Ford Fusion and stole two pairs of sunglasses ($360) and miscellaneous cards values at $5.

A Poe Avenue resident reported that sometime between 01/21/2017 and 01/22/2017, an unknown suspect burglarized an unlocked Mercedes Benz C30 and stole a pair of Oakley Sunglasses ($225), Ray Ban Sunglasses ($125) and a set of keys values at $10.

A Hawthorne Drive resident reported that sometime between the early afternoon and evening hours, an unknown suspect burglarized a Honda CRV and stole 3 cellular telephones values at $120 and $20 in US Currency.

A business on Easton Avenue reported that an unknown suspect shoplifted $577.84 in Gillette replacement razors. 

01/23/2017

A Gallop Lane resident reported that during the daytime hours, an unknown suspect burglarized a residence and stole a Dell Laptop Computer ($1100), an Apple iPad ($700), a Samsung Galaxy Cellular Phone ($750) and a Samsung Cell Phone Charger ($50).

A North Brunswick, NJ resident reported that while at a business on Route 27, an unknown suspect stole his HTC Cellular Phone ($450) from the store counter.

01/24/2017

A Gas Station on Hamilton Street reported that sometime in the early morning hours, an unknown suspect obtained $28 in gasoline and left without paying.

A Saddle Court resident reported that sometime during the daytime hours, an unknown suspect entered a residence and stole a Lenovo Laptop Computer ($1200), a HP Laptop Computer ($950), 12 Metal Cups ($180), $100 in US Currency, Keys to a Safety Deposit Box and multiple credit card.

01/25/2017

A Jordan Circle resident reported that during the daytime hours, an unknown suspect smashed a rear window to the residence in an attempt to burglarize the residence causing $500 in damage.  Unknown if anything was stolen.

A business on Easton Avenue reported that 2 females shoplifted $490 in Gillette Razors.  Alyssa L. Puleo, 19, of Port Reading, NJ and Jamie L. Sorenson, 31, of Woodbridge, NJ were both arrested for Shoplifting.  Puleo was released and Sorenson was transferred over to the Middlesex County Workhouse and lodged on an outstanding warrant.  “Note: We are required by the Rules of Court to include herein a statement explaining that the charges are merely an accusation and that the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.”

An Appleman Road resident reported that during the daytime hours, an unknown suspect entered a residence by smashing a rear sliding door.  The home was ransacked and Checks ($5), Jewelry ($500) and several credit cards ($15) were stolen.

A Hill Lane resident reported that during the daytime hours, an unknown suspect entered a residence by breaking a rear window.  A Sony Playstation ($500), Jewelry ($500) and Handbags ($1000) were stolen.