From the April 18 edition of the Register-News

   Police said $1,000 worth of jewelry was taken from a house in the 1200 block of School Lane in Roebling on April 9.
   Police said the house was forcibly entered by the rear door between 7:15 and 9:45 p.m.
   Residents are urged to report any suspicious activity, said Police Capt. Joseph Gadbois. He said similar thefts have been sporadic in rural areas of the township.
   Cornelius James Jr., 24, of Willingboro was charged with driving with a suspended license, failure to maintain a lane and failure to exhibit a valid registration at 1:10 a.m. April 15 after a motor vehicle stop, said police.
   Police said Mr. James’ vehicle was seen weaving and crossing lane markings on Route 130 and was stopped near Delaware Avenue.
   Police said Mr. James could not produce a valid registration for the vehicle and was found to have a suspended driver’s license.
   Police said further investigation revealed warrants for Mr. James from Seaside Park Borough and Florence Township.
   He was lodged in Burlington County Jail in lieu of $837 bail, said police.

   A 17-year-old juvenile from Hamilton, Gary Victor Jr., 18, of Lawrence, and Kenneth Stewart, 18, of Bordentown, were each charged with possession of marijuana under 50 grams, possession with intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia, police said.
   Police said Mr. Victor also received an additional charge of conspiracy to distribute and the juvenile was issued a motor vehicle summons for driving a vehicle with a suspended registration.
   On March 18, Sgt. Jeff Pippin saw the three in the Southgate Apartments parking lot, police said, and found the car’s registration to be suspended.
   Sgt. Pippin followed the car out of the parking lot, across Ward Avenue and stopped it at Livingston Drive, police said.
   He found the men weren’t wearing their seat belts and asked for the driver’s documents, police said.
   The driver was the juvenile and was not the registered owner of the car, police said.
   Sgt. Pippin noticed marijuana on the central console of the car below the radio, said police, and found a larger bag of marijuana directly behind the smaller bag.
   Sgt. Pippin also found a red book bag containing numerous glassine bags, commonly used for packaging small amounts of marijuana, and a small scale, police said.
   All three men were taken to police headquarters and the car was impounded, police said. Mr. Victor told police he was just taking a ride with the other two suspects while they went to Bordentown to sell marijuana, police said.
   Police reports state that this statement showed Mr. Victor had knowledge the other two suspects were selling marijuana and he was given an additional charge of conspiracy to distribute.
   The juvenile was released to his father and the other two were released on summons, police said.