On Nov.15 at 6:56 p.m., police responded to Route 206 and county Route 604 for a two-vehicle crash.
   Police said driver Christopher Manthey, 27, of Belle Mead was stationary and facing southbound on Route. 206 when his vehicle was impacted in the rear by a southbound vehicle being driven by Angelina Trujillo, 72, of Belle Mead.
   During the investigation, Ms. Trujillo had no recollection of how the crash occurred. Her vehicle was towed from the scene due to heavy front-end damage.
   She was transported to University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro for minor injuries.
   She was cited for careless driving.
   On Nov. 15, at 11:14 p.m., Police responded to a two-vehicle crash on River Road.
   Margaret Allen, 22, of Belle Mead, told police that she was driving north and hit the rear of a vehicle operated by Edward Stevenson, 51, of Jamesburg.
   He was making a right turn into the Griggstown Causeway when he was hit from behind, police said.
   Police reported Ms. Allen told the investigating officer that she was at fault due to fatigue and her inattention. She was cited for careless driving.
   Her vehicle was towed from the scene due to front end damage.
   On Nov.11 at 12:16 p.m., police responded to the area in front of Belle Mead post office for a report of a possible natural gas leak.
   Upon arrival, a gas leak was confirmed due to a line being damaged by an excavating crew working on the property.
   A crew member struck a gas line with a shovel while digging. PSE&G was notified and responded. Montgomery Township Fire Co. No. 1 responded. Oasis tile, Belle Mead post office and Belle Mead Garage were all evacuated for about 90 minutes.
   All employees from those businesses returned after the gas line was turned off and the buildings were cleared from any potential hazards.
   Traffic on Route 206 was not interrupted during this incident.
   On Nov. 8 at 11:41 p.m., police investigated a suspicious vehicle at the Village Shopper.
   Police spotted a truck on the north side of the building where new construction is taking place. Further investigation by the police revealed that Kyle Laird, 27, of Skillman, had been rummaging through the construction dumpster to find scrap metal.
   Police said Mr. Laird, found to have outstanding arrest warrants from Hillsborough and Bordentown townships, was arrested and turned over to Hillsborough police after it was determined that he did not have the $1,300 necessary to satisfy the outstanding warrants.
   Stuart D. Rhodes, 25, of Yardley, Pennsylvania, was arrested Nov.16 and charged with driving while intoxicated on Route 1 south.
   Douglas M. Prestup, 41, of Millstone, was arrested Nov.15 and charged with having about 7½ pounds of marijuana plants in his car.
   Police stopped Mr. Prestup’s Buick Le Sabre on Plainsboro Road around 12:19 p.m. for a brake light that was not working and obstructed view. Police became suspicious that he might have marijuana and, after impounding the car and getting a search warrant, authorities said they found the marijuana in the trunk that has a street value of about $15,000.
   He also had a small amount of illegal prescription pills, police reported.
   Mr. Prestup was charged with multiple offenses and lodged in the Middlesex County Adult Correction Center in lieu of $30,000 bail.
   A resident of Ravens Crest Drive reported Nov.12 that someone had broken into his residence earlier that day sometime between 8 a.m. and 5:32 p.m.
   The victim was not sure if anything was taken.
   John E. Marshall, 29, of Trenton, and Tayquan M. Kelly, 20, also of Trenton, were arrested Nov.11 and charged with multiple offenses after a traffic stop on Route 1 north.
   Mr. Kelly was charged with tampering with evidence, obstruction of justice and other offenses.
   Mr. Marshall was charged with possession of marijuana, hindering, obstruction, contempt of court and being a fugitive.
   Both men were lodged in the county jail.
   Latoya M. Graves, 25, of Trenton, was arrested Nov.9 and charged with cocaine possession and related offenses.
   She was lodged in the county jail in lieu of $100,000 bail.