Calls for Service January 20-22, 2012
A 23 year old Woodbury resident advised he was assaulted. The complainant did exhibit signs of intoxication. He did not wish to reveal the name of his attacker only that it was his friend from the Westville area.
Officers responded to a Columbia Street residence for a motor vehicle taken without the owner’s consent. The owner did not wish to pursue complaints but wanted the incident documented.
A 25 year old Woodbury resident reported while in his vehicle a 52 year old Sewell resident threw something at his vehicle. When the accused was approached he became irate and combative. Officers located the male who was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct.
Woodbury units were dispatched to the parking lot in the 400 block of S. Evergreen Avenue for a criminal mischief complaint. Officers located a vehicle with the driver’s side window smashed out. The owner was contacted and advised of the damage. She will contact the police if anything is missing from her vehicle.
While on a motor vehicle traffic stop it was learned the operator had an active warrant for his arrest. The
39 year old Woodbury resident was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. Search at headquarters incident to arrest revealed CDS on the subject’s person. The accused posted bail on the warrant and was released with his summons without further incident.
Officers were dispatched to the CVS Pharmacy regarding found property. Employees stated a customer left her pocketbook in the store. While attempting to obtain the owner’s name and address, employees located CDS paraphernalia. The purse was retained by officers.
While on a motor vehicle stop for various traffic violations, it was learned the operator, a 21 year old Camden resident, had an active outstanding warrant. She was later released on her own recognizance by the issuing municipalities along with several motor vehicle summonses.
A 31 year old Williamstown resident advised her NJ driver’s license was either lost or stolen while in her bank located in Woodbury. She was advised to go to the Division of Motor Vehicles to obtain a duplicate.
A 39 year old Woodstown resident wished to document the 30 year old mother of his child, a Camden resident failed to meet for a custody exchange.
Police were dispatched for a report of loud music coming from a Carpenter Street residence. Neighbors reported they had asked the resident to turn the music down but they continue to turn it up. Officers could hear the music coming from the resident. The resident was advised of the complaint and turned the music down. The 24 year old was issued a complaint summons for breach of peace.
Officers responded to Capt’s Corner for an unwanted person. The 28 year old Pitman resident was asked to leave the establishment. While outside the accused was banging on the glass windows. The male was located and advised police he was waiting for a ride home. It was learned the accused had several outstanding active warrants. He was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. He was later released on his own recognizance by the issuing municipalities.
Woodbury units observed three individuals walking in the roadway, not using the sidewalks provided for pedestrians. The three were approached by officers and advised of why they were being stopped. One individual had active outstanding warrants. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. He was later released on his own recognizance by the issuing municipalities.
Officers were dispatched to the Crescent Avenue area for a report of a suspicious male going from house to house with a clip board. The 20 year old male was located and stated he was working for an energy company. He did not have a solicitation permit from the City of Woodbury and was advised to cease his activity until a permit was obtained. He left the area without further incident.
Police responded to the area of Smallwood place for an aggressive dog running at large and attacking the high school students. Officers located the dog and attempted to distract it from the residents. The dog focused on officers and began charging in an aggressive manner. The dog stopped suddenly and went back between homes. The Gloucester County Animal Control was contacted, responded and took custody of the dog. The owner of the dog was issued municipal ordinance violations.
Police were dispatched to the 200 block of S. Broad Street for a burglary report. A 53 year old Woodbury resident reported someone broke into the residence and removed all the copper piping used to heat the residence and supply water. The cost of the damage at this time is unknown.
Officers located several vehicles in the city possibly abandoned. The registered owners were contacted to have the vehicles removed. Police will follow up in 48 hours.
A 27 year old Progress Avenue resident reported a tractor has been parking across the street from her residence for the past few weeks. It is a nuisance as early in the morning the loud engine starting. The owner of the tractor, a Wenonah resident, was issued a summons for parking a prohibited vehicle, 8000 pounds or more on the street.
Three individuals were observed on S. Broad Street, known to officers to have outstanding active warrants. All three were placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. Each was able to post bail and were released with pending court dates.
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