CASE #18001012

On February 9, 2018, at 1857 hours, Sgt Memolo was detailed to York Street, for a reported stolen vehicle.  The victim advised his Mitsubishi Galant was missing.  He stated he parked the vehicle in front of his residence and gathered some paperwork from it.  He accidently dropped the key on the ground or floor of the vehicle.

The vehicle was subsequently recovered in West Amwell the next morning and appeared undamaged.  No suspects have been located at this time.   Investigation pending.

LCPD Case #18000709

Sunday January 29, 2018, New Jersey State Police Hamilton contacted this agency in reference to a female subject they had in custody for an outstanding warrant issued by Lambertville Municipal Court. Elandra Johnson (42, Ewing NJ) was taken into custody by NJSP after a traffic stop, and was turned over to this agency. Johnson was unable to post bail, therefore Ptl. Wurpel transported Johnson to the Hunterdon County Jail.

All suspects are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law.

Wednesday January 10th 2018 at approximately 09:32 hours, Police were dispatched to Route 29 (Main Street) near the intersection of York Street, for a Pedestrian motor vehicle crash. Police responded and rendered aid to the pedestrian until EMS arrived. The investigation, led by Sergeant Memolo, revealed that the pedestrian, Anna (Carol) Storr (Age 76, Lambertville NJ) was walking East across Main Street in the marked crosswalk, with her dog. The driver, Dylan Heath (Age 23, Lambertville NJ) was turning left from York Street onto Main Street heading South, in his 2010 Ford F-150 truck, and failed to yield to the pedestrian in the crosswalk. Storr was transported to Capital Health hospital in Trenton, with apparent non-life threatening injuries. Heath was charged with Failure to Yield to Pedestrian in a marked crosswalk, and Careless Driving. Heath was released with a court date.


Thursday January 11th, 2018 at approximately 19:10 hours, Mercer County Corrections contacted this agency with a female inmate, Elizabeth Martini (age 55, Lawrenceville NJ), who had an outstanding traffic warrant for Driving While Suspended, and Failure to Appear in court. Her bail was placed at $750 by the Honorable Judge Ronald Pittore. Martini was taken into custody by Patrolman Bast and transported back to Lambertville Police Headquarters, where she was able to post bail. Martini was released from custody with a new court date.

Case # 18000415
Wednesday January 18th, 2018, Sergeant Anthony Memolo took custody of Ibnmaalik Bingham (34, Trenton NJ) for an outstanding traffic warrant for Driving while Intoxicated. Bingham was transported by Sgt. Memolo to the Hunterdon County Jail in lieu of bail.

Case # 18000459
Friday January 19th, 2018, Justin Lane (35, Lambertville NJ) turned himself in to Police on an active criminal warrant issued by the Lambertville Municipal Court. Lane was unable to post bail, and was transported to the Hunterdon County Jail.

Case # 18000537
Sunday, January 22, 2018, Katherine Yarrow (37, Lambertville NJ) was arrested for DUI/DWI. Lieutenant Brown conducted a traffic stop for a burned out headlight, and subsequent to his investigation, Yarrow was taken into custody. Yarrow was charged with DUI/DWI, Maintenance of Lamps, and Careless Driving. Yarrow was released to a friend after processing.

Case # 18000538
Sunday January 22, 2018 at approximately 2:22am, Lambertville Police responded to Walker’s Wine and Spirits for a noise complaint of loud banging noises. Sergeant Anthony Memolo arrived and observed the front glass door was shattered, but still in the door frame. Sgt. Memolo and surrounding Police agencies scoured the area in search for possible suspects. No entry was made into the business, and nothing appeared to be missing. The investigation is ongoing, and anyone with information is asked to contact Police immediately.

Case # 18000552
Monday January 22nd, 2018, Melanie Gilmour (52, Stockton NJ) arrived at Police Headquarters for an unrelated request. While speaking to Administrative Staff, they became concerned by the suspicion of Gilmour being intoxicated, and haven driven to Headquarters with a young child in the vehicle. Detective Albani investigated, and ultimately arrested Gilmour for DUI/DWI. Additional charges are pending.

All suspects are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law.
Case # 17010694

On Sunday, December 24, 2017, at approximately 11:35 PM, PTL. Matthew Bast conducted a motor vehicle stop on a 2002 black Mazda sedan being operated by Raelynn Salm, a 19 year old female from Bristol, PA.  Subsequent to the vehicle stop, Salam was found to be in possession of suspected marijuana.  Salm was taken into custody and processed for the arrest.  Salm was issued a motor vehicle Motor Vehicle Summons for Failure to Stop and a Summons Complaint for Possession of Marijuana.  Salm was given a court date of January 18, 2018 and released on her own recognizance