On Friday, November 21st at 11:05 p.m., police conducted a motor vehicle stop on County Route 670, across from the Animal Kingdom in Springfield Township. The vehicle, a 2004 Jeep Wrangler, was being operated by Taylor N. Mitchell, 18 years old of Eastampton. Investigation revealed that Mitchell had an active warrant issued by the North Hanover Township Municipal Court for her arrest. Mitchell was escorted to police headquarters, where she was processed and issued a motor vehicle summons for violating her Provisional Driver’s License. Mitchell was later released pending a court appearance.
On Saturday, November 22nd at 1:21 a.m., police conducted a motor vehicle stop on State Highway 130 on a vehicle that had failed to maintain its lane of travel. The vehicle, a 2007 Chevrolet Silverado, was being operated by Michael Houseworth, 30 years old of Bordentown. Investigation revealed that Houseworth had consumed some amount of alcoholic beverages prior to driving. After failing to complete the series of sobriety tests, Houseworth was taken into custody and transported to police headquarters. Houseworth was charged with DWI, Reckless Driving, Failing to Maintain Lane and Driving with a Suspended License. After processing, Houseworth was released to a third party, pending his court appearance.
Police approached a vehicle stopped on State Highway 130 on Saturday, November 22nd at 1:37 a.m. after observing a male standing at the rear of the vehicle urinating on the northbound shoulder of the highway. The vehicle was being operated by Clayton B. Ransaw, 51years old of Burlington. Police learned that Ransaw’s driving privileges were not only suspended, but he had an active warrant issued by the Trenton City Court for his arrest. Ransaw was taken into custody and transported to police headquarters, at which time he was processed and issued motor vehicle summons for Driving While Suspended and for Maintenance of Lamps. In addition, Ransaw was citied for urinating in public under the township ordinance. Ransaw was later released pending a court appearance.
On Sunday, November 23rd at 1:24 a.m., police conducted a motor vehicle stop on State Highway 206 for a non-moving violation. The vehicle was being driven by Michelle Conover, 40 years old of Trenton. Conover’s driving privileges had been suspended and a passenger, identified as Khambrel Sullivan, 39 of Trenton, was found to have four active warrants issued by the Trenton City and Hamilton Township Municipal Courts. Sullivan was taken into custody and transported to police headquarters for processing. At headquarters, Sullivan was unable to post his bail and was later committed to the Burlington County Jail pending a court appearance. Conover was issued motor vehicle summonses for maintenance of lamps and for driving while her license was suspended.
On Friday, November 28th at 11:38 a.m., police were investigating an incident involving a vehicle taken without its owner’s consent. During the course of the investigation, officer’s made contact with Kyle M. Bowe, 27 of Ship Bottom. Bowe, who was being monitored by the Court’s Intensive Supervision Program, had multiple active warrants issued by the Camden City court. Bowe was taken into custody and transported to police headquarters. During processing a representative of the Administrative Office of the Courts contacted police and advised them of an active no bail warrant, which had been issued for Bowe’s arrest for violating the conditions of his supervision program. Bowe was later committed to the Burlington County Jail pending a court appearance.
On Friday, November 28th at 11:40 p.m., police conducted a motor vehicle stop on Route 206 south, in the area of the Columbus Market. The vehicle, a 1997 Chevrolet S-10, was stopped for a reports of the driver driving erratically by driving at a high rate of speed and traveling southbound in the northbound lanes of Route 206 in portions of both Bordentown Township and Mansfield Township. Investigation on scene revealed that the operator of the vehicle, Benjamin H. Lopez, 24 years old of Trenton, had consumed alcoholic beverages before driving. After failing to complete a series of sobriety tests, Lopez was taken into police custody for driving while intoxicated. At police headquarters, Lopez was charged additionally with reckless driving, speeding, failure to maintain lane, and failure to exhibit registration. After the completion of processing, Lopez was released to a friend pending a court appearance.
On Sunday, November 30th at 12:48 p.m., police responded to a Criminal Mischief complaint on Birmingham Drive in the Mapleton development. The resident reported that unknown individual(s) had vandalized decorations on the exterior of her home. The damages were estimated in the amount of $100.00.