Police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred in the Oakford Lake section of New Egypt on Nov. 24 between 9 and 9:30 p.m.
   According to police, the victim reported they had left the SuperMich Mexican Supermarket on Main Street in New Egypt and was walking near the Oakford Bridge when they were was approached by two black males wearing hooded sweatshirts, one of whom brandished a handgun.
   The victim told police they were ordered to the ground, and the two men stole money and a Sprint iPhone.
   The first suspect is described as a tall, skinny black male with short hair and a medium to dark complexion. The second male was described as being shorter, and also having short hair and a dark complexion.
   A black handgun was pressed to the temple of the victim, police said.
   Any agencies with information or similar cases are asked to contact Detective Brant Uricks or Detective Jay Reilly at 609-758-1540 or 609-758-7185.
   Police charged Timothy Ayers, 46, of Lindenwold, with driving while intoxicated on Nov. 23.
   According to police, patrol responded to reports of an erratic driver on Route 526. Police ultimately located the car in question in the parking lot of Robbinsville High School.
   Police said the car had two flat tires and appeared to have recently been in a crash, which authorities later determined involved Mr. Ayers striking a curb on Route 526.
   Mr. Ayers was also charged with driving while intoxicated in a school zone, reckless driving, careless driving, leaving the scene of an accident, failure to report a crash, having an open container of alcohol, driving while suspended and being an unlicensed driver.
   Mr. Ayers was released without bail.
   On Nov. 21 police charged Sean Cutro, 28, of Manchester, with driving while intoxicated.
   According to police, a car was seen driving on I-195 with an expired inspection sticker, prompting a motor vehicle stop.
   Mr. Cutro was also charged with failure to inspect, reckless driving and careless driving.
   He was released without bail.
   Police charged Andrew Johnson, 36, of Manchester, with driving while intoxicated on Nov. 20.
   According to police, a car driven by Mr. Johnson was seen failing to maintain a lane on I-195, prompting a motor vehicle stop.
   Mr. Johnson was also charged with being a suspended driver, being an unlicensed driver, having a front view obstruction, failure to maintain a lane, reckless driving, careless driving and being under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance.
   He was released without bail.
   Nov. 19 police charged Brian Siekerka, 21, of Robbinsville, with narcotics possession.
   According to police, a car driven by Mr. Siekerka was seen traveling on Meadowbrook Road with a headlight out, promoting a motor vehicle stop in the area of Rose Court.
   An ensuing search of the vehicle revealed a small amount of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and a butterfly knife.
   Mr. Siekerka was charged for possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia and the butterfly knife as well as being charged for maintenance of lamps and having a controlled dangerous substance in a motor vehicle.
   He was released without bail.