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Monty Police Investigate Car Burglary at Cherry Vally County Club and Two Car Accidents

The Montgomery Township Police Department announced on Thursday, December 3 that they are investigating a car burglary that occurred in the lower parking lot of Cherry Valley Country Club near the tennis courts on Tuesday, November 24, between the hours of 2:30 pm and 3:45 pm.


The vehicle was left unlocked, and credits cards and cash were taken from the victim’s wallet. The suspect(s) then proceeded to use the stolen credit cards to make charges at various locations totaling $4,200. Police remind all residents to lock their homes and vehicles to help deter this type of activity. Police also recommend removing valuables from vehicles and keeping valuables out of plain sight.


Mailboxes Damaged on Brookline Court

Montgomery Police reported on Tuesday, December 2 that a car struck a cluster of mail boxes along Brookline Court . Police responded to the scene on Friday, November 27 and found a large cluster of heavily damaged mailboxes. Police determined that a vehicle ran off Brookline Court, struck the mailbox cluster, and fled the scene. The incident occurred at approximately 10 pm on Thursday November 26. Anyone with information concerning the crash or the suspect vehicle may contact Sgt. Andrew Perry at 908.359.3222.


Car Uproots Tree on Blue Spring Road

Montgomery Police responded to Blue Spring Road to investigate the report of a vehicle crashing into a tree on Friday November 27 at 11:51 am. Police determined Hazel Smith, 50, of Princeton was traveling east on Blue Spring Road when her vehicle left the right side of the roadway and struck a tree head on.


The impact uprooted the tree. The vehicle continued east striking a traffic sign and then crossed Blue Spring Road and ran off the left side of the road before coming to a stop. Smith and a juvenile passenger suffered non-life threatening injuries and were transported to Princeton Medical Center at Plainsboro by Montgomery Township EMS. The vehicle was disabled and towed from the scene. The Montgomery Department of Public Works assisted with removing the tree and clearing the scene.