Mansfield Police Department

Police Blotter – 8/30/14

On Saturday, August 16th at 8:32 a.m., police performed a motor vehicle stop on Route 206 for a moving violation. During the motor vehicle stop, a check of the driver, Marquice L. Campbell, 26 years old of Trenton, revealed he was wanted on several warrants and his driver’s license was suspended. Campbell was then taken into custody for processing, issued several motor vehicle summonses, and was later released pending court.

Police observed two subjects walking on Route 206 on Saturday, August 16th at 1:51 p.m.  The officer was familiar with the subjects and was aware that they were wanted on various warrants. After confirming the warrants, the officer stopped Robert S. Churry Jr., 26 of Bordentown, and Donald I. Townsend, 31 also of Bordentown, and placed them under arrest. Both subjects were later released pending court.

On Saturday, August 16th at 9:42 p.m., police stopped a vehicle on Schoolhouse Road for a moving violation. During the stop, a check of the driver, Ryan C. Forman, 23 years old of Wrightstown, revealed that he was wanted on three warrants. It was also discovered that his driver’s license was currently suspended along with his vehicle being unregistered and uninsured.  Forman was taken into custody for processing and later released after posting bail and receiving motor vehicle summonses.

Police conducted an investigative motor vehicle stop on Sunday, August 17th at 2:52 p.m., after a random check indicated that the registered owner was wanted on an outstanding warrant.  During the motor vehicle stop, a check returned that the driver, Amanda M. Bosco, 26 of Bordentown, was wanted on a warrant. Bosco was taken into custody for processing and was later released after posting bail.

On Tuesday, August 19th at 10:24 p.m., police were dispatched to the area of Durham Drive and Fairmont Drive in the Mapleton development for a report of two suspicious males walking on the caller’s property. Police located two males matching the descriptions leaving the area. After obtaining the suspects information a check returned that one of the suspects, Ervin B. Brown Jr., of Ewing, was wanted on a warrant. During the encounter, it was observed that Brown threw something in an attempt to discard it. Officers recovered the item and determined it contained marijuana. Brown was taken into custody on the warrant and charged with possession of marijuana before being released on bail pending court.

Police were dispatched to Manheim Auto Auction on Wednesday, August 20th at 12:09 p.m. for a report of a motor vehicle crash. Investigation of the one vehicle crash revealed that the driver, Jamshid Sharaf, 73 years old of Great Neck, NY, attempted to drive a box truck, which exceeded the height limit, underneath the footbridge connecting the parking lot to the auction building. While investigating the crash, police determined Sharaf was wanted on a traffic warrant. He was taken into custody and transported to headquarters for processing prior to being released on bail.

On Thursday, August 21st at 1:35 a.m. police stopped a vehicle on Route 130 during a DWI Enforcement detail after a random check indicated that the vehicle’s registered owner had an outstanding warrant.  During the motor vehicle stop, a check returned that the driver, Brandon Johnson, 22 of Trenton, had warrants issued for his arrest. Johnson was then taken into custody and transported to police headquarters for processing. Johnson was later released pending new court appearances.

On August 23rd at approximately 12:12 a.m., police stopped a vehicle on Route 130 for a moving violation. The driver, later identified as Hakiem T. Woods, 36 years old of Trenton, was not in possession of his driver’s license. Woods was asked to provide his personal identifiers so police could confirm the status of his driver’s license. In response, Woods volunteered false information to police by providing a fictitious name and date of birth, knowing that his driver’s license was suspended and he was wanted on active warrants. After police determined his true identity, Woods was taken into custody and transported to police headquarters.  Woods received summonses for driving while suspended, speeding, and an equipment violation. In addition, he was charged with hindering his own apprehension with bail set at $5,000.00.  After processing, Woods was committed to the Burlington County Jail in lieu of bail.

On Saturday, August 30th at 9:39 a.m. police stopped a vehicle after a random check indicated that the vehicle’s registered owner had a suspended driver’s license. During the stop, a check returned that the passenger, Mia N. Fussell, 22 of Burlington, had a warrant issued for her arrest. Fussell was then taken into custody and transported to police headquarters for processing where she was later released pending a new court appearance.