Police Blotter for the week of Jan. 27

East Windsor
   A neon green bicycle valued at $100 was reported stolen from the front lawn of a Debbie Lane residence on Jan. 19. The incident occurred between 4:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.
The windshield of a car parked in a lot on Abbington Drive was shattered between 4:30 p.m. and 4:55 p.m. Jan. 19. The damage was estimated at $250.
   Wilkin Rodriguez, 28, of East Windsor was charged Jan. 18 with contempt of court, stemming from an active $1,000 traffic warrant from Burlington City, police said.
   Mr. Rodriguez’ vehicle was stopped on Franklin Street for having unclear plates, police said.
Dustin Noble, 29, of Huntington, W.Va. was charged Jan. 20 with driving while intoxicated.
   Police said they observed Mr. Noble’s vehicle tailgating a vehicle in front of him while traveling east on Franklin Street. Upon approaching the vehicle, police said they noticed a strong odor of alcohol.
   Mr. Noble also was charged with reckless driving.
Pedro Chacha, 25, of East Windsor was charged Sunday morning with exhibiting a fictitious driver’s license.
   Police said a random check of the suspect’s license plate revealed the owner’s driver’s license had expired. After stopping Mr. Chacha’s vehicle on Morrison Avenue, police said he produced a fictitious Ecuadorean driver’s license, which he later admitted to having purchased in New York City.
   He also was charged with being an unlicensed driver and failure to comply with touring privileges.