Mansfield Police Department

Police Blotter – 2/10/15

On Monday, January 19th at 5:02 p.m., police performed a motor vehicle stop on Route 206 for a moving violation. During the stop, a check of the driver, Shaun Potter, 30 years old of Sicklerville, revealed he had a suspended driver’s license and was wanted on multiple warrants. Potter was taken into custody for processing, issued several motor vehicle summonses, and later released with new court dates.

Police stopped a vehicle on Wednesday, January 28th at 9:03 p.m. on Route 206 for a moving violation. During the motor vehicle stop, a check returned that the driver, Anthony Ammirato, 44 of East Brunswick, was wanted on traffic warrants and that his driving privileges were suspended.  Ammirato was taken into custody for processing and was later released after posting bail and receiving several motor vehicle summonses.

On Sunday, February 1st at 11:47 p.m. police stopped a vehicle after a random check indicated that the registered owner’s driver license was suspended and he was wanted on an outstanding warrant.  After confirming the owner was operating the vehicle, Jamie L. Thompson, 38 years old Lumberton, was taken into custody and transported to police headquarters for processing. Thompson was issued a motor vehicle summons and was later released after posting bail.

On Wednesday, February 4th at 9:00 a.m., police observed Beka Dokvadze, 24 of Brooklyn, NY, removing an on board navigation system disk from a BMW at Manheim Auto Auction on Route 68. Police observed Dokvadze place the DVD into his pocket and begin walking away. Investigation revealed that Dokvadze had committed a theft and was taken into custody. Dokvadze was charged and released pending a court appearance.

Police stopped a motor vehicle on Thursday, February 5th at 11:23 p.m. on Rt. 206 for a non-moving violation. During the stop a check of the driver, Hilton J. Bunce, 56 of Browns Mills, revealed he was a wanted person by the Burlington County Sheriff’s Department. Bunce was taken into custody and was later transported to the Burlington County Jail after receiving a motor vehicle summons.

On Tuesday, February 10th at 2:06 p.m., police performed a motor vehicle stop on Rt. 206 for a moving violation.  During the motor vehicle stop, a check of the driver, Mark A. Labajo, 40 of Bordentown, revealed he had a criminal warrant issued for his arrest. Labajo was taken into custody for processing and was later released after posting bail.