A 32-year-old Princeton woman was charged with driving under the influence after she was stopped by police on University Place for failure to obey a traffic light on March 11. She was processed and released.

A North Harrison Street resident was scammed out of $1,650 by a caller posing as a Comcast Xfinity employee. Victims were told to purchase $550 worth of Target gift cards to receive the discounted rate. The victim bought several gift cards and gave the card code numbers to the suspect before realizing she had been scammed. The incident became known on March 10.

A Samsung fridge and a Samsung convection double oven were among the items stolen from a unit under construction at the AvalonBay Communities development on Thanet Road. Burglars smashed the glass on the front door to gain entry between 12:30pm on March 7 and 9:40am on March 8.

A McLean Street resident reported the theft of $400 worth of sunglasses from a package that was delivered to her residence between 3:56 p.m. and 5:23 p.m. on March 7.

Three people used fake $100 bills to buy 20 items of clothing at a Nassau Street store totaling $3,086. The incident became known on March 5.

A 59-year-old Skillman woman was charged with driving while intoxicated following a March 3 single-vehicle crash on Great Road. She was processed and released.

On March 1, five people entered a store on Palmer Square West and stole several items while a member of the group distracted a store clerk. Each item was valued at $500.

A man stole two items valued at $690 from a Palmer Square West store on February 28. The man is also believed to have stolen the same items on February 21.

A 20-year-old Trenton man who allegedly tried to cash a bogus $30,000 check was charged Feb. 27 with theft by deception, forgery and issuing bad checks. Police were called after he entered a bank on State Road and allegedly tried to cash a check. He was processed and released.

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