On Wednesday, December 3rd at 2:55 p.m. police witnessed a male enter a parked vehicle in the Sale Lot of the Manheim Auto Auction at 730 Route 68. The officer noted the subject moving around in the back seat of the vehicle and then exit while adjusting something underneath his jacket. Upon being confronted by the officer, it was determined that the subject, Orlando DeJesus Ramirez, 24 years old of Jamaica, NY, had stolen interior trim pieces from the parked vehicle and concealed them beneath his jacket. Ramirez was taken into custody, charged with theft of movable property and trespassing. Ramirez was processed and released pending court.
On Sunday, December 7th at 3:19 pm, police conducted a motor vehicle stop on State Highway 206 in the area of the Imperial Inn. The vehicle was being operated by Brenda D. Sanchez, 49 of Trenton. Investigation revealed that Sanchez had warrants issued by the Trenton City Municipal Court for her arrest. Sanchez was taken into custody and transported to police headquarters, at which time she was processed and issued a motor vehicle summons for Driving with a Suspended License. Sanchez was later released pending a court appearance.
On Wednesday, December 10th at 8:21 am, police were dispatched to Manheim Auto Auction at 730 Route 68 for a report Criminal Mischief. At the auction, police learned that two individuals, who were identified as Nichai Maksim, 34 year old of Ocean City, MD and Aleksejs Buinovskis, 37 years old of Selbyville, DE, had tampered with vehicles that were prepared for auction. The males were taken into custody and transported to police headquarters, where they were each processed and charged with committing an act of Criminal Mischief. After processing, both Masksim and Buinovskis were released pending a court appearance.
On Friday, December 19th at 3:19 p.m., police conducted a motor vehicle stop on State Highway 68 in the area of Aaronson Road. The vehicle was being operated by Joseph J. Ferrara Jr., 54 years old of Wilmington, DE. Investigation revealed that Ferrara had an active warrant issued by the Pennsville Municipal Court. Ferrara was taken into custody and transported to police headquarters where he was processed and issued a motor vehicle summons for Driving with a Suspended License. Ferrara was later released on bail, pending a court appearance.
On Saturday, December 20th at 7:55 a.m., police were dispatched to Petticoat Bridge Road for a property damage complaint. On scene a resident reported hearing a load crash sometime around 4:00 a.m. only to later realize their mailbox had been damaged. Officers found mailboxes from several neighboring homes were also damaged by an unknown model Cadillac. Due to the lack of evidence and witnesses, police have not identified a suspect at this time.