On Wednesday, May 14th at 3:09 p.m., police were dispatched to the Manheim Auto Auction for a report of a theft. When police arrived on scene they were advised by security personnel that a vehicle was observed leaving a secure lot without authorization. Investigation on scene revealed that the passenger, Juan Acosta-Serrano, 31 years old of New York, NY, was in possession of several key fobs that were removed from various vehicles on the property. Juan Acosta-Serrano was then taken into custody by police and charged with theft. After processing he was transported to Burlington County Jail in lieu of bail.
Police stopped a motor vehicle on Sunday, May 18th at 9:42 a.m. on Route 206 for a moving violation. During the stop, a check revealed the driver, Drew Bey, 37 years old of Bordentown, was wanted on six traffic warrants and two criminal warrants. Bey was taken into custody for processing and later turned over to the Trenton Police Department after receiving several motor vehicle summonses.
On Thursday, May 22nd at approximately 3:15 p.m., during a “Click-It or Ticket” seatbelt enforcement detail being conducted at the intersection of W. Main Street and Railroad Avenue, police observed a 1999 Chevrolet Cavalier being operated by a male subject who was not wearing his seatbelt. After making this observation, police stopped the vehicle and later identified the driver as Sean C. Morrissey, 23, of Jobstown. While speaking with Morrissey about the noted violation, police detected the odor of burnt marijuana being emitted from the interior of the vehicle. Subsequent investigation on scene revealed that Morrissey was in possession of the drug. As a result, Morrissey was arrested and transported to police headquarters, where he was charged with possession of marijuana. He was also issued a traffic summons for not wearing his seatbelt. After the completion of his arrest processing, Morrissey was released without incident, pending his appearance in Mansfield Township Municipal Court.