Activity Report

Calls for Service November 8-11, 2013

A Woodbury High School student advise police his cell phone was removed from his unlocked locker. He was advised a report would be on file.

 

Walgreens Pharmacy contacted police regarding a shoplifting. Merchandise was removed from the store by a male who fled on a bicycle. Management will copy the video surveillance to see if the identity of the accused can be determined.

 

Police responded to a Penn Boulevard residence for a complaint of a disorderly person. On arrival officers located a 29 year old Lindenwold resident who was making suicidal statements. Gloucester County EMS responded and transported the individual to Inspira Hospital for treatment.

 

Officers were dispatched to a doctor’s office on Delaware Street for a 65 year old Camden resident creating a disturbance in the lobby. The male was intoxicated, acting in a disorderly fashion. The accused was issued a summons for breach of peace and advised not to return.

 

Woodbury units responded to an E. Penn Boulevard residence for a 56 year old Egg Harbor City resident being kicked out of the residence. Officers observed in plain view CDS and CDS paraphernalia in the custody of the 54 year old homeowner. Proper charges were filed on the resident as well as warrant services.

 

Officers responded to an Elm Avenue residence for a domestic violence incident. All domestic violence guidelines were completed.

 

While on a motor vehicle traffic stop, the operator provided false information to officers. On learning the true identity of the subject it was learned the 56 year old Camden resident had active warrants for his arrest. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters.  At headquarters the accused was released on his own recognizance by the issuing municipality. He was issued a summons for hindering as well as his traffic citations. The subject was released from custody.

 

A 23 year old Woodbury resident reported the tire on her vehicle was slashed during the overnight hours. Bell Lake Apartment complex does have video surveillance. The victim will request management check the video to see if the actor can be identified.

 

Officers received a complaint of a male on private property. A Pine Hill resident was located in the back yard of a residence. The accused was found to have active outstanding warrants for his arrest. The subject was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters he was turned over to Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department.

 

Colonial Diner employees contacted police regarding a customer who left without paying his check. The 49 year old Philadelphia resident was located and issued a summons for theft of services.

 

Police responded to a Morris Street residence for a domestic violence incident. All domestic violence  guidelines were completed.

 

A 50 year old Deptford resident was located riding a bicycle with no lights on S. Broad Street. The male was identified and 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 turned over to the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department in lieu of bail. The accused was also issued a traffic summons.

 

Police were dispatched to a vacant property on Mantua Avenue. Witnesses advised two males entered the shed and removed lawn care items. The property owner, a Sewell resident, advised there was lawn care items in the shed. The owner was advised a report would be on file.

 

Officers were dispatched to a High Street residence for a domestic violence incident. All domestic violence guidelines were completed.

 

A Washington Avenue resident reported she is continually harassed by another Woodbury resident. The complainant requested police contact the accused and advise her to cease all communication with her. The accused agreed.

 

A 35 year old Sicklerville resident was observed improperly crossing N. Broad Street in front of J&D Liquors. The subject was stopped and issued a summons for obstructing traffic.

 

A Sewell resident advised while attempting to show her vacant apartment to a prospective tenant, it was discovered the property had been broken into. Nothing appeared to be missing at this time.

 

Police were dispatched to Capn’s Corner for a fight. On arrival officers spoke with two females who stated they were assaulted by other females who had fled the scene. The two victims did not wish to pursue the incident.

 

Officers observed a bicyclist on S. Barber Avenue without proper lighting on the bike. The subject was stopped and found to have an active outstanding warrant for his arrest. The 22 year old Brooklawn resident was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was released on his own recognizance by the issuing municipality. He was issued his traffic summons and released from custody with a new court date.

 

While on a motor vehicle stop it was learned the 18 year old National Park resident had a fugitive warrant for his arrest.  The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was turned over to the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department.

 

Police received a complaint of a female removing shopping carts from the Bottom Dollar store, leaving them in the roadway. The female, a 30 year old Woodbury resident, was issued a summons for removing the carts from the property.

 

A Colonial Park resident contacted police regarding a fraud scam she had become involved in. The victim was advised a report would be on file.

 

Officers were dispatched to Inspira Hospital for a patient who did not want a visitor. The visitor was advised he was not welcome by hospital security and police. The accused left without further incident.

 

CVS employees contacted police regarding a male soliciting money from potential customers.  The 42 year old Woodbury Heights resident was located and advised of the complaint. He was issued a summons for breach of peace and advised not to return to CVS.

While on a motor vehicle traffic stop it was learned the operator had an active warrant for his arrest. The 30 year old Blackwood resident was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was released on his own recognizance  by the issuing municipality. He was served with his traffic summons and released from custody with a new court date.

 

 

A Dickerson Street resident reported his home was burglarized. Several items are missing from the property. Investigation to continue.

 

While on a motor vehicle stop, it was learned the operator had an active outstanding warrant for her arrest. The 22 year old Turnersville resident was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was released on her own recognizance. The appropriate traffic summons was issued and the accused was released from custody with a new court date.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Calls for Service November 7, 2013

Police responded to the Arc of Gloucester County on N. Broad Street for a burglar alarm. Officers at the scene did not locate anyone on the premises. The building appeared to have been broken into. Arc responder stated nothing appeared to be missing at this time.

 

A Williamstown resident came into headquarters regarding a violation of a restraining order. All domestic violence guidelines were completed.

 

 A Century 21 agent reported to police a vacant office building on N. Broad Street had been entered and counter tops were now missing. Attempts to contact the owner of the building were unsuccessful. Officers will continue to try to contact the owner to see if the counters were removed as per their instructions.

 

A 47 year old Woodbury resident was observed on N. Evergreen Avenue. The subject is known 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 turned over to Medford Police Department.

 

A N. Broad Street landlord reported one of his apartments was forcibly entered and several acts of criminal mischief were done to the apartment. Investigation to continue. He was advised a report would be on file.

 

Calls for Service November 6, 2013

Officers observed several individuals on the Conrail train tracks which are clearly marked “no trespassing”. The individuals were stopped. One male, a 22 year old Woodbury resident provided false information to officers. He was later properly identified. He was charged with obstruction and trespassing. A 21 year old Sewell resident w as found to have an active outstanding warrant. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. He was released on his own recognizance by the issuing municipality and released from custody with his trespassing summons and a new court date.

 

CVS Pharmacy employees advised police of a shoplifting.  A 19 year old Deptford resident was being detained by store security. The male advised he was not the shoplifter however provided the name of the male in his company. Incident remains under investigation.

 

Woodbury Units were dispatched for a suspicious male on Logan Street. Reportedly the male was pacing up and down shouting obscenities. The male was located and properly identified. The male continued to shout profanities and berate officers. The male was issued a summons for breach of peace.

 

Calls for Service November 5, 2013

Officers responded to a N. Evergreen Avenue residence for damage to newly poured concrete. The homeowner advised of a footprint in the concrete. It is unknown the cost to repair at this time.

 

A 52 year old former Woodbury resident advised an ex-friend of his has opened a debit card on his bank account. He stated the account has been cancelled. He was advised of the procedures to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

Delaney Auto Sales owner reported several inspection stickers have been removed from vehicles on the premises.  The owner does have a suspect in mind and was advised of the procedures to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

A High Street neighbor called police regarding two males looking in the windows of a vacant property. The caller advised of the registration on the vehicle the males left in. The vehicle was located and stopped. The male advised he was considering purchasing the property. He was advised not to return without authorization.

 

The owner of Boyle Tool and Die reported a former employee had removed checks from his office and fraudulently cashed them at various locations. The accused, a 29 year old Woodbury resident was identified. All appropriate complaints were signed.

 

Officers observed a 57 year old Woodbury resident on N. Broad Street. The resident was known to have active outstanding warrants for his arrest. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters he was released on his own recognizance by the issuing municipalities and released from custody with a new court date.

 

Calls for Service November 4, 2013

A 45 year old Thorofare resident advised police while she was at the Dunkin Donuts in Woodbury, a 65 year old Thorofare resident made inappropriate remarks to her. Incident remains under investigation.

 

Several property owners were sent letters advising of their violations of the property maintenance ordinance. Follow up investigations will be completed in ten days.

 

A 35 year old Woodbury resident wished to document a child custody order violation. The complainant was advised a report would be on file.

 

Officers observed a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of Woodlake Apartments. It was learned the operator had active outstanding warrants for her arrest. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was turned over to East Greenwich Township Police Department.

 

While on a motor vehicle stop, the operator provided false information to officers. It was learned the driver had several active outstanding warrants for his arrest. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was served with his traffic violations and turned over to Glassboro Police Department.

 

Police were dispatched to a domestic violence incident at a Myrtle Avenue residence. All domestic violence guidelines were completed.

 

Woodbury units were dispatched to the Carriage House Apartment complex for juveniles fighting. Both juveniles were turned over to their parents who were advised of the situation. The parents were advised of the procedures to sign complaints.

 
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