A 26 year old Woodbury resident came into headquarters and turned himself in on an active warrant. The accused was unable to post bail and was lodged in the Salem County Jail.
A N. Broad Street resident reported the theft of her son’s bicycle from the yard. The bicycle description was provided to officers. A check of the area was negative at this time.
A 45 year old Woodbury resident known to officers to have active outstanding warrants, was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was released on her own recognizance by the issuing municipality. The accused was released from custody with a new court date.
Broadway Electric employees advised police of a fraudulent phone added to their account. Employees were advised a report would be on file to notify the phone provider of same.
Officers were called to the Chocolatier for a theft. Employees reported monies were put away in the office at the close of the business day and is now missing. Incident remains under investigation.
A West Deptford resident advised while at the Kiss Club medications were removed from her vehicle. There was no sign of forced entry to the vehicle. The victim was advised a report would be on file.
Inspira Hospital contacted police regarding a patient in custody of CDS paraphernalia. The paraphernalia was turned over to officers. All appropriate charges were filed.
A Griscom Drive resident reported several items removed from her vehicle. The vehicle was inadvertently left unlocked. The owner was advised to keep the vehicle locked at all times.
A Penn Boulevard resident reported several items were removed from his vehicle during the overnight hours. The vehicle was not locked at the time of the theft. The owner was advised to keep the vehicle locked at all times.
A 24 year old Woodbury resident known to officers to have outstanding active warrants, was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was unable to post bail and was turned over to the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department.
A Philadelphia resident advised while visiting a friend on Maple Street, unknown subjects threw a brick through the window of her vehicle. There are no known suspects at this time.
Officers responded to a domestic violence incident on Maple Street. All domestic violence guidelines were completed.
Police were dispatched to a N. Broad Street residence for an unwanted person. The 24 year old Westville resident was found to have an active outstanding warrant. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. The accused became irate and uncooperative. At headquarters the accused was released on her own recognizance by the issuing municipality. She was then released with a summons for breach of peace and a new court date.
An Inspira Hospital employee advised unknown persons entered his vehicle while it was parked on Oak Street. The vehicle is unable to be kept locked.
Officers responded to the Heritage’s on N. Broad Street for a suspicious motor vehicle. The operator of the vehicle was found to have a suspended license. He was issued a summons and released from custody.
CVS Pharmacy employees advised a male entered the store and left without paying for merchandise. The male was viewed on surveillance cameras concealing items from the baby aisle on his person. The video will be reviewed in an attempt to identify the accused.
Officers were dispatched to a Cherry Street residence for a domestic violence incident. All domestic violence guidelines were completed.
An employee of the YMCA reported money was taken from his wallet while he was working. The wallet was kept in a cabinet in the employee area. There are no suspects at this time.
A CVS employee advised police she was being harassed by a male customer. The customer was located and advised he is no longer welcome at the CVS.
A vacant High Street property had signs of forced entry to the doorframe. Officers did not locate anyone inside the residence. Public Works was contacted and responded to secure the property.
A Hunter Street resident contacted police regarding two subjects on their property. The two subjects were told to leave several times. As police were contacted the subjects left the area. The two accused were not known to the resident.
Police responded to a domestic violence incident on Crescent Avenue. All domestic violence guidelines were completed.
An E. Barber Avenue residence currently under renovation was burglarized. Numerous items and fixtures were removed from the property. Incident remains under investigation.
Officers were dispatched to a S. Broad Street residence for a dispute. Both subjects were advised this was a civil matter.
A High Street residence contacted police regarding a neighbor and possibly smelling CDS. Officers made contact with the suspect tenant and there was no evidence of CDS.
While on a motor vehicle traffic stop it was learned the 31 year old Merchantville resident had active outstanding warrants. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused posted bail on the warrants and was released with new court dates.
A 23 year old Woodbury resident responded to headquarters to turn himself in on an active warrant. The accused was turned over to Woodbury Heights Police Department.
Woodbury units were dispatched to a domestic violence incident on Glover Street. All domestic violence guidelines were completed.
A Nelson Avenue resident reported during the overnight hours, the passenger tires on her vehicle were slashed. The tires are repaired.
Officers responded to a disturbance at Mana Enterprise on S. Broad Street. Numerous individuals were placed under arrest for disorderly conduct. Officers from surrounding municipalities responded to assist Woodbury officers. Incident remains under investigation.
Employees of Mr Suds Laundromat reported a 66 year old Woodbury resident was being loud and using obscene language while inside. The male was located and issued a summons for breach of peace.
While on a motor vehicle traffic stop the 35 year old Williamstown resident was found to have an active outstanding warrant for his arrest. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was able to post bail and was released from custody with a new court date and his traffic summons.