Mansfield Township
    Police arrested Linda J. Reinhard, 56, of Marlton, on July 20 and charged her with drunken driving and reckless driving after responding to an accident on Atlantic Avenue.
    She was later released to the custody of a family member.
    No injuries were reported as a result of the crash, according to police.
    Police responded July 12 to the report of a burglarized residence on Jacksonville Road near the New Jersey Turnpike.
    Police said the perpetrator(s) forced entry into the residence.
    Any persons with information related to this investigation or suspicious activities in the area of Jacksonville Road are requested to contact the Mansfield Township Police Department Criminal Investigations Bureau at 609-298-4411.
    As this is another of several recent residential burglaries, residents are requested to be vigilant of their surroundings, close garage doors, secure entry and exit points, secure parked vehicles and activate alarms when leaving their homes for any period of time.
    Residents may also take advantage of the police department’s property check service, which is a formal request for the Mansfield Township Police to periodically check the exterior of a residence during a short-term absence. For more information about this service, call the police department or visit http:// mansfieldpd.org/.
    Police arrested James W. LaGrasso, 30 , of Mansfield Township, and charged him with possession of a controlled and dangerous substance after conducting a pedestrian stop on Route 130 near Kinkora Road at 9:19 a.m. July 16.
    Police said an investigation revealed that Mr. LaGrasso had an active warrant out of Camden and was in possession of prescription drugs for which he did not have a prescription.
    He was transported to Burlington County Jail in lieu of bail.
Florence Township
    Police arrested Jason C. Parker, 26, of Bristol, Pa., at 3:15 p.m. July 16 and charged him with burglary and theft after an investigation into the theft of commercial tires from a business on John Galt Way in the township.
    Police allege that Mr. Parker entered a fenced trailer storage yard and used tire service tools to remove tires from the rims of parked trailers and then transported the tires across state lines to Pennsylvania, where they were sold.
    There are additional charges pending for similar thefts in Burlington Township, Philadelphia, Pa. and other South Jersey and Southeastern Pennsylvania municipalities, according to police.
    Bail was set at $25,000.
    Police arrested Michael J. Peterson, 24, of Bristol, Pa. and charged him with contempt of court and using a cell phone while driving at 7:56 p.m. July 22 on Cedar Lane.
    Police reportedly stopped Mr. Peterson for the cell phone violation and discovered he had an outstanding warrant from Bordentown Township.
    Mr. Peterson was processed and released after posting $625 bail on the warrant.
    Police arrested Matthew J. Wright, 29, of Palmyra, and charged him with contempt of court and improper maintenance of lamps at 10:28 p.m. July 20 on Route 130.
    Police stopped Mr. Wright on the southbound side of Route 130 for a broken headlight and discovered he had an outstanding warrant for his arrest from Riverton Borough.
    Mr. Wright was processed and released after posting $500 bail on the warrant.