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Jim Nuzzo, Italian Bistro Lounge, 441 Raritan Avenue, Highland Park, 732-640-1959, 7 p.m.
Diwali Celebration, Randy Now's Man Cave, 134 Farnsworth Avenue, Bordentown, 609-424-3766, Sweets, music, and Bollywood films., www.mancavenj.com, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Art Exhibit, Rider University, Luedeke Center, Lawrenceville, 609-921-2663, Opening reception for 'Life in the Studio' featuring paintings by Bill White. On view to November 25., www.rider.edu/arts, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Can-Can, Paper Mill Playhouse, 22 Brookside Drive, Millburn, 973-376-4343, Cole Porter musical featuring Kate Baldwin as Pistache and Jason Danieley as Aristide. Directed by David Lee. $28 to $99. Conversation with the artistic and education departments at 6:30 p.m., www.papermill.org, 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Film, Pennington Library, 30 North Main Street, Pennington, 609-737-0404, Screening of 'Field Biologist' followed by Q & A with director Jared Flesher., www.penningtonlibrary.org, 7 p.m.
Argentine Tango, Viva Tango, Suzanne Patterson Center, 45 Stockton Street, Princeton, 609-948-4448, Class, open dance, socializing, and refreshments. No partner necessary. $10., vivatango.org, 9 p.m.
Biennial Celebration, Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival, Prudential Hall, NJPAC, Newark, Poets, storytellers, and musicians., www.dodgepoetry.org, 9 a.m.
Awards Celebration, Interfaith Caregivers Mercer, Hyatt Regency, Carnegie Center, West Windsor, 609-393-9922, Annual night of celebration to honor those improving the quality of life for homebound seniors and people with disabilities in Mercer County. Honorees include Dr. Teena Cahill, Nancy W. Kieling, Reverend Rene Rory John, Princeton Area Community Foundation, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Register., www.icgmc.org, 6 p.m.
Autumn Culinaire, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Greenacres Country Club, 2170 Lawrence Road, Lawrenceville, 609-656-1000, Annual food, wine, and beer tasting event from the area's finest restaurants, tastings of more than 150 international wines and beers, live entertainment by the Meg Hansen Band featuring Billy Hill, and a silent auction. Honorees are Anthony Prilo, Melissa Tomlin, Bank of America, and Steven N. Klein. The event celebrates the life of Nadia Hohgrawe, founder of the event, who died in 2013. Benefit for youth mentoring programs. Register. $100., www.bbbsmercer.org, 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Study Session, Power and Praise Worship Center, 251 Green Lane, Ewing, 609-533-5435, 7 p.m.
Princeton Farmers' Market, Hinds Plaza, Witherspoon Street, Princeton, 609-655-8095, Produce, cheese, breads, baked goods, flowers, beef, poultry, eggs, coffee, chocolates, jams, grains, pickles, and more. Music from noon to 2:30 p.m. Rain or shine., www.princetonfarmersmarket.com, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Blood Drive, RWJ University Hospital, One Hamilton Health Place, Hamilton, 609-584-5900, Register., www.rwjhamilton.org, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Post-Cold War Politics, 55-Plus, Jewish Center of Princeton, 435 Nassau Street, 609-896-2923, 'Ukraine, Russia, and the Redefinition of the Post-Cold War Political Order' presented by Mark R. Beissinger, professor of politics at Princeton University., www.princetonol.com, 10 a.m.
Princeton Center for Theoretical Science, Princeton University, Jadwin A-10, 609-258-3000, 'Quantum Universe' presented by Viatcheslav Mukhanov, Universitat Munchen, Germany. Free., www.princeton.edu, 8 p.m.
Canal Walk 2014, Friends of the Delaware Canal, Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve, 215-862-2021, The guided walking tour in five segments of a 59-mile walk. Bring a light lunch and beverage. Transportation back to the starting point will be arranged through carpooling. Register. Free. 9.9 mile walk., www.fodc.org, 9 a.m.
Candidates Forum, League of Women Voters of the Princeton Area, 375 Burnt Hill Road, Skillman, Montgomery Board of Education., www.lwvprinceton.org, 7 p.m.
Awards Celebration, Hamilton Township Economic Development Commission, The Stone Terrace, 2275 Kuser Road, Hamilton, 609-658-4105, Winners include RE/MAX Tri-County, William M. Rue, Giancola & Sons, Encore Florist, Daniel Popkin, Bai Brands LLC, Hamilton Kiwanis Club, and Michael E. Heenehan. Register. $55., www.htedac.eventbrite.com, 5:30 p.m.
Wellness Walk, Grounds For Sculpture, 126 Sculptors Way, Hamilton, 609-689-1089, Walk followed by a discussion presented by Stoneking Wellness Center and Springpoint Foundation. For mature adults. Includes healthy refreshments and park admission. Register. $10., www.groundsforsculpture.org, 9:30 a.m.
New Jersey Small Business Development Center, The College of New Jersey, 609-771-2947, Meet the Expert: Herb Caesar on credit. Call Kathy Anderson at 609-771-2947 to schedule an appointment., www.njsbdc.com
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West Windsor Police Reports (9/27/2010)

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WEST WINDSOR TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT
20 Municipal Drive * P.O. Box 38
PRESS INFORMATION
INCIDENT: Criminal Mischief, Attempted Theft
DATE & TIME OCCURRED: 9-24-10 Between 1130 hrs. and 1300 hrs.
LOCATION OCCURRED: General Growth Properties 4105 Quakerbridge Rd. West Windsor NJ
WHO: (ARRESTED, INJURED, DRIVER, VICTIM, OTHER)
Victim: General Growth Properties
OFFICER: Ptl. Frank Bal
DETAILS: on the above listed date unknown actor(s) cut copper pipe from a building located on the aforementioned property. Two large pieces of copper pipe approximately four feet in length were recovered at the scene. The pipe was valued at approximately $100.00.
OFFICER PREPARING RELEASE: Lt. Pat McCormick

DATE OF RELEASE: 9-25-10
INCIDENT: 2010-27038 DWI
DATE & TIME OCCURRED: 9-20-10 1217hrs.
LOCATION OCCURRED: Route 571 @ Washington Rd.
WHO: (ARRESTED, INJURED, DRIVER, VICTIM, OTHER)
Accused: Demi E. Rasizer 18 years of age
OFFICER: Ptl. B. Geraghty
DETAILS: On the above listed date and time, Ptl. Brian Geraghty was assisting with a motor vehicle accident investigation involving a 1999 Jeep Cherokee. The Jeep Cherokee had struck a guardrail on Rt.1 571 in the area of Washington Road. The driver identified as Demi E. Rasizer was found standing outside her vehicle. While interviewing Rasizer Ptl. Geraghty noticed that she was swaying back and forth and had difficulty maintaining her balance. Based on these observations Ptl. Geraghty ran Rasizer through several field sobriety tests which she failed. Rasizer was subsequently placed under arrest for DWI. Upon arrival at headquarters it was determined that Rasizer may have sustained a neck injury during the motor vehicle accident. Rasizer was taken to Princeton Medical Center for the reported injuries. Rasizer was charged with DWI and Reckless Driving and given a future court date.
OFFICER PREPARING RELEASE: Lt. Pat McCormick
DATE OF RELEASE: 9-25-10

INCIDENT: Possession of a Weapon for Unlawful Purposes/ Possession of Marijuana, etc… Case # 2010-27704
DATE & TIME OCCURRED: Saturday, June 25, 2010 at 9:08 pm
LOCATION OCCURRED: Stillbrook Lane, West Windsor
Accused: Malcolm X. Lindsey, 19 years of age
OFFICER: Ptl. Anthony Magistro
DETAILS: Patrols responded to Stillbrook Lane to investigate the report of a robbery with a knife. While enroute a suspect description was broadcast. Ptl. Magistro arrived on scene and located a suspect matching the description. When he approached the suspect, Malcolm X. Lindsey, Lindsey ran away. A foot pursuit ensued. Sgt. Moody and his K9 partner Eddy joined in the chase.
Lindsey was apprehended and placed under arrest. A folding knife was discovered. The investigation at the scene revealed that Lindsey was attempting to steal a bicycle from a breezeway area at the apartment complex. When a resident intervened, Lindsey allegedly threatened the resident with the knife and walked away. While leaving the area the police arrived.
While being searched, Lindsey was determined to be in possession of marijuana.
Lindsey was charged with following offenses: Possession of a Weapon, Possession of a Weapon for Unlawful Purposes, Resisting Arrest, Simple Assault, and Possession of Marijuana. Bail was set for $10,000. Lindsey was also determined to have an outstanding Robbery Warrant issued by Lawrence Township. He was transported to the Mercer County Detention Center in lieu of bail.
OFFICER PREPARING RELEASE: Lt. Brian Melnick
DATE OF RELEASE: 09/27/10

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