HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - All information included in the Hillsborough Police Blotter was provided by the Hillsborough Police Department. Any charges are merely an accusation and those charged are presumed innocent unless proven guilty. Those charged were all released from police custody pending a municipal court appearance.

Feb. 1, 2020 - Jose Cruz-Reyes, 28, of Princeton, was arrested and charged with Driving while intoxicated after being stopped on Millstone River Road He was also charged as an Unlicensed driver.

Feb. 8 - Marc Russo, 32, of Hillsborough, was charged with Driving while intoxicated after being stopped by police on Route 206. He was also issued a summons for Maintenance of lamps.

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Feb. 15 - Kimberly Morales, 47, of Hillsborough, was arrested and charged with Driving while intoxicated. This came as a result of her being stopped by police on Route 206. She was also issued summonses for Failure to use lighted lamps when required, Failure to give proper signal, Unsafe lane change, Failure to keep right, and Failure to provide registration document. 

Feb. 15 - Ryan Behrens, 28, of West Virginia, was charged with Criminal mischief at Big Heads Bar & Grill after the police were called there for an altercation. He was issued a summons along with a court date at the scene for causing damage to a vehicle.

Feb. 23 - Katrina Rhodes, 43, of Princeton, was arrested and charged with Driving while intoxicated after being stopped by police on Route 206. She was also issued additional summonses for Cell phone use while driving, New resident failing to obtain NJ license, and New NJ resident failing to register vehicle in NJ. 

March 7 - Jonah Angelo, 18, of Hillsborough, was arrested and charged with Driving while intoxicated after being stopped by police on Route 206. He was also issued a summons for Probationary driver’s license past hours of operation.

March 11 - Brittany Pagan, 29, of Hillsborough, was arrested and charged with shoplifting after she allegedly concealed $68.22 worth of merchandise on her person and left CVS without paying. 

April 24 - Volodymyr Sokil, 46, of Copiague, NY, was arrested for Driving while intoxicated following a motor vehicle crash on Amwell Road. He was also issued summonses for Refusal to Submit to chemical test, Careless Driving, Reckless Driving, Failure to possess registration, and Failure to keep right.