July 14 At 4 p.m., Byram Police received a call of a burglary in progress from a homeowner who had just arrived home. Before patrols arrived the suspects had fled the house. The homeowner told police that he had arrived home and saw an unidentified vehicle in his driveway. He then heard voices from inside the house. Two white males exited the house and were confronted by the homeowner. The suspects told the homeowner that they lived in the area and were checking the house because they thought they seen someone enter the house. The homeowner informed them he was going to call the police and they fled in the vehicle. The homeowner wrote the license plate number down and a vehicle description was put out to surrounding towns. A short time later the vehicle was stopped in Mount Olive. The owner of the vehicle told the Mount Olive Police that her son had been using the car and had just returned it. The son was contacted by Detective Duffy of the Byram Police and further investigation by the detective resulted in Jeffrey H Gates, 29, and Korey J. Ball, 20 both of Hopatcong, being charged with burglary and theft. Both defendants were lodged in the Sussex County Jail in default of a $10,000 bail pending a Superior Court hearing. July 19 At 3:30 a.m., a Byram patrol observed a vehicle driving on Route 206 near the Shop-Rite crossed over the double yellow line and drove in the southbound left turning lane. The vehicle was stopped and further investigation revealed that the driver, Loretta Mikolay, 49, of Byram, to be driving under the influence of alcohol. Mikolay was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. Back at headquarters Mikolay refused to submit to breath tests. She was processed and charged with failing to maintain lane or travel, refusing to submit to breath tests and driving while intoxicated. Mikolay was released to a family member pending a municipal court hearing. A Byram patrol driving on Route 206 observed a vehicle cross over the double yellow line, then back across the lane and almost strike the curbing by the Exxon gas station. The vehicle was stopped and further investigation revealed the driver, Robert Kuendc Jr.,31, of Budd Lake, to be driving under the influence of alcohol. Kuenzle was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters where he was administered breath tests. Kuenzle was processed and charged with failure to maintain lane of travel and driving while intoxicated. Kuenzle was released to a friend pending a municipal court hearing.