and police reported some interesting incidents this week.
Police Say Man Couldn’t Say Where He Lives
Leonardo N. Del Rosario, 24, of Oak Lane, Hightstown, was charged June 14 with disorderly conduct.
Hightstown Police said they saw him peering into the windows of an Oak Lane residence at 2:34 a.m. Police said Del Rosario was “highly intoxicated,” had no ID and was unable to tell officers his address.
Car Hit with Eggs
Hightstown Police said someone pelted a vehicle parked on the 100 block of South Main Street with eggs between 1 and 2:15 p.m. June 13, causing slight damage. Police ask anyone with information to contact them at 609-448-1234.
Police Say Pair Tried to Use Fake Prescription
Katey Lynch, 21, of Woodbridge and Korey Barnes, 27, of Monroe, were charged June 12 with forgery and attempting to obtain prescription by fraud.
East Windsor Police said they responded to the CVS on Route 130 at 6:54 p.m. for a report of someone trying to pass a fraudulent prescription. Police said they found Lynch did have a false prescription and arrested her, and then found out she had tried to pass the prescription at Walgreens and Rite Aid that day and at Walgreens on May 17. Police said Barnes, who was with Lynch, was also involved in the incidents.
Lynch was released on 10 percent of $3,000 bail. Police said Wednesday they had charged Barnes and set his bail at $3,000 as well, but that he had not been arrested.
Man at Twin Rivers Mall Had Camden Warrant
Michael McCoy, 43, of Hollingston Place, East Windsor, was charged June 12 with obstructing justice and hindering apprehension.
East Windsor Police said they responded to the Twin Rivers Mall at 5:29 p.m. for a report of a disturbance behind the stores, and that upon their arrival two men ran from them. Police said they found them nearby on Bennington Drive, and that one of the men, McCoy, gave them a false name and personal information.
Police said they learned McCoy’s true identity and found he had an outstanding Camden City warrant. He was released after posting bail on the warrant.
Criminal Mischief Hits Fence, Woman’s Property
Someone told East Windsor Police that a fence belonging to the Windsor Woods Homeowners Association was damaged between 11 p.m. June 11 and 10:04 a.m. June 12. Police said two crossbeams were broken, incurring about $100 in damage, and underground gable markers were moved and set up in the complainant’s lawn. A tree branch was also reportedly moved to block the woman’s driveway.
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