Police issued Tameka Rogers, 38, of Trenton, several tickets after it was revealed during a motor vehicle stop that she had outstanding warrants from Lawrence Township for driving while suspended and failing to appear in court.
   According to police, Ms. Rogers was issued tickets for driving while suspended, driving with a suspended registration and failure to show insurance information.
   Oct. 8 police arrested Jerry-Jean Baptiste, 40, of Roebling, after it was discovered during a motor vehicle stop that he had a warrant from Florence Township for a pending investigation.
   Mr. Baptiste was transported to Burlington County Jail in default of bail.
   Police did not state the nature of the investigation.
   Police arrested Christopher Hamlin, 26, of Philadelphia, after it was discovered during a motor vehicle stop that he had two warrants totaling $1,150.
   Mr. Hamlin had been pulled over for a seatbelt violation, according to police.
   Police said he was turned over to Mansfield Township authorities.
   Oct. 8 police charged Joseph Gillam, 60, of Beverly, for driving while intoxicated.
   Officers reported to the Wawa convenience store on Route 130 where a car had been seen driving the wrong way on Route 130.
   Police said Mr. Gillam crossed the median leading to a motor vehicle stop on Route 130 south.
   He was also charged with reckless driving, crossing a median and driving with no headlights.
   He was released without bail.
   Police charged Robert W. Sienkiewicz, 38, of Delanco, for driving while intoxicated Oct. 9.
   According to police, he was also charged with driving while suspended and reckless driving.
   Mr. Sienkiewicz was released without bail.
   Oct. 11 police arrested Muhammad N. Iqbal, 54, of Riverside, after it was determined he had a $500 warrant out of Delran.
   Mr. Iqbal posted bail and was released pending a court appearance.
   Police arrested Thomas R. Bock Jr., 28, of Florence, after it was discovered he had two warrants from Evesham and Burlington City totaling $650.
   Police said Mr. Bock was turned over to Burlington City authorities.
   Oct. 11 police investigated a vehicle theft on Sherwood Drive.
   According to police, the victim reported that sometime during the overnight hours an unknown person(s) had gained entry to their garage and stole a 2011 Toyota Sienna minivan.
   Police said other items were also stole from a Toyota Matrix that had been parked unlocked in the driveway.
   Officers on the scene were also dispatched to three other residences on Sherwood drive for reports of burglaries to vehicles. In two of the three additional incidents an unknown person(s) gained entry into the vehicles by throwing a rock through a car window, according to police.
   In one of the latter incidents, police said, additional items were stolen from a garage.
   Police did not state the estimated values of items burglarized from cars or garages.
   Anyone with any information is asked to leave a message for the investigations bureau by calling 609-298-4411 and selecting option three. To speak to an officer immediately you can call the non-emergency number for police dispatch at 609-723-8300.
   Residents are urged to lock their vehicles and remove any valuables from them.