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PRESS RELEASE APRIL 6, 2010
March 28 4: 15 am
While sitting at the traffic light Park St. and Rt. 206, a vehicle in
front of the Bordentown
City Police Vehicle turned left onto Rt. 206 north while the light was
still red. That
vehicle was stopped and the driver subsequently charged with DWI.
Arrested was 30
year old Melony Furda of Bordentown Twp. Ms. Furda was also charged with
stop/yield and reckless driving. Ms. Furda was turned over to a family
member with a
court date later in April.
Arresting officer Ptl. Jason Archer.
March 24 6:38 am
While sitting at the traffic light on Rt. 130/206 at Crosswicks St.,
police observed a
vehicle stopped while other vehicles traveled around it blowing their
horns as they
attempted to tum onto the highway on the green light. Sgt. Matt Simmons
behind the vehicle and observed the driver asleep at the wheel with his
vehicle in drive
and his foot on the brake. Opening the door of the suspect vehicle a
strong odor of
alcohol began emanating from the interior. After placing the vehicle in
park the driver
was awakened and subsequently charged with OWL Also charged with
passage, reckless driving and creating the risk of an accident was 48
year old Gregory
Hupfl of Allentown, NJ. Mr. Hupfl was released to a family member with
his tickets and
a court date.
Arresting officer Sgt. Matt Simmons.
March 27 7:40 am
A resident of the 400 block of Willow St. called police to report
criminal mischief to their
vehicle. During the night and early morning hours person or persons
their rear windshield. Cost to replace the damage is estimated to be
$575.00. Anyone with information can contact City Police at 298-0103.
will be kept confidential.
Investigating officer Ptl. Joe Bourn.
April 3 12:44 am
A motor vehicle stop resulted in the arrest of 27 year old Ervin Harris,
Bordentown. Mr. Harris had an outstanding warrant out of Trenton for
possession of CDS and a warrant out of Ewing Twp. for $1,082.00 for
charges. Mr. Harris was turned over to Trenton Police.
Arresting officer Det/Sgt. Shaun Lafferty
PRESS RELEASE APRIL 6 .....
April 4 10:06 pm
Police responded to call in the area of Willow St. and W. Burlington St.
causing a disturbance. Upon arrival on Willow St. police spoke with
regarding the complaint. One subject became disorderly and police
arrested him and took
him to headquarters where he was issued a city ordinance violation for
conduct. A court date is pending for Mark Williams, age 20, of
Arresting officers Det/Sgt. Shaun Lafferty and PtJ. Vincent Bemotas