Activity Report

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.

 

 

 

Calls for Service January 19, 2012

While on a motor vehicle traffic stop it was learned the operator of the vehicle had active outstanding warrants. The subject was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. At headquarters the accused was released on her own recognizance with a new court date by the issuing municipality along with her motor vehicle violation summons.

 

Officers were dispatched to Woodlake Apartment complex for a 27 year old Woodbury resident who had cut herself. Gloucester County EMS arrived and took the patient to Underwood Memorial Hospital for treatment.

 

Police were dispatched to a Curtis Avenue residence for a possible domestic violence incident. Both parties stated it was only a verbal argument. A 29 year old resident was placed under arrest for outstanding active warrants. He was transported to police headquarters. The accused could not post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default.

 

Complaint summonses were issued to several individuals for living in a rental unit and not being on the lease.

 

A 33 year old Woodbury resident reported a case of identity fraud. The case is currently under investigation.

 

Officers responded to the Sodat Office on N. Broad Street to take possession of found CDS from employees. The CDS was retained by officers and transported to police headquarters where it was logged into evidence.

 

Police responded to the area of S. Broad and W. Centre Streets for a complaint of males begging. On arrival officers approached a 37 year old Woodbury Heights resident who matched the description given. He denied begging for money. A warrant check revealed active outstanding warrants for his arrest. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. He was unable to post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default.

 

An 85 year old Woodbury resident reported she received a telephone call advising her she won a sweepstake. She was advised to obtain a money gram and forward it to the address given. She refused and contacted the police. She was advised not to send any money to anyone and if the caller should contact her again to tell them she was not interested.

 

A 49 year old Wallace Street resident reported criminal mischief that was done to his vehicle. Unknown actor/s scratched the passenger side of his vehicle. He was advised a police report would be on file.

 

While on a motor vehicle traffic stop, officers learned the operator had active outstanding warrants for her arrest. The 42 year old Woodbury resident was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. She was unable to post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail.

 

Woodbury police and fire departments responded to the Evergreen Avenue School in reference to students starting a small fire in the lavatory.

 

Officer responded to a complaint of people living in storage units on Curtis Avenue. Officers located a 31 year old Mullica Hill resident and 29 year old Woodbury resident, who appeared to be living in the garage rental unit which is not a suitable living area. Both were discovered to have active outstanding warrants for their arrest. Both individuals were placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. Both were lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail. Additional charges of disorderly conduct, obstruction and occupant standard violations were filed.

 

A 26 year old Delran resident was charged with simple assault for attacking another individual while being transported home from Kelsh Associates.

 

Police K9 officer Pitt responded to Greenwich Township Police Department to assist in the tracking of a burglary suspect.

 

A 46 year old Curtis Avenue resident reported her cell phone was taken from the front seat of her vehicle while it was parked in front of her residence. The vehicle was unlocked at the time of the theft.

 

Three individuals were stopped in the area of S. Barber Avenue for soliciting without a permit.  The three were soliciting for Spark Energy and did not have a permit to do so. All three were issued a summons for soliciting without a permit.

 

Officers located two individuals soliciting in the area of Carpenter Street. They were soliciting on behalf of Spark Energy. Neither party had a permit to do so. Both were given a summons for soliciting without a permit.

 

An 18 year old Woodbury resident stated she is being harassed by a 20 year old Deptford resident. Officers contacted the Deptford resident and advised her to stop the harassing phone calls or a complaint would be signed.

 

An employee of Bodywise Electrolysis reported receiving a harassing note from a 54 year old Sewell resident. She was advised if he should return to contact the police immediately.

 

Underwood Memorial Hospital security contacted police for CDS located on a patient. The 57 year old National Park resident was issued complaint summonses for possession of CDS and failure to deliver CDS to a law enforcement officer.

 

A Maple Street resident reported two packages delivered by UPS were stolen from her property. The 65 year old Woodbury resident wanted the incident documented.

 

A 49 year old Sicklerville resident reported her vehicle was stolen while it was at a West Street residence for repairs. The 38 year old Woodbury resident was charged with motor vehicle theft. Outstanding active warrants for the arrest of the accused were also located. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. He was unable to post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default.

 

Police responded to the area of S. Broad Street and Curtis Avenue for a complaint of a female begging. The female was identified by the complainant. Officers approached the female who identified herself as a 43 year old Woodbury resident. Outstanding active warrants were located for the accused. She was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. She was issued a complaint summons for breach of peace and released on her own recognizance against the warrant.

 

Officers observed a 31 year old Woodbury resident cross E. Red Bank Avenue not using the crosswalk. Traffic had to stop abruptly to avoid striking him. Upon identification of the suspect it was learned he had several outstanding warrants for his arrest. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. He was unable to post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default.

 

 

 

Calls for Service January 18, 2012

 

Woodbury units responded to an E. Centre Street residence for an unknown person knocking on the door. While checking the area a 40 year old Woodbury Heights resident was located. The subject stated he was looking for his girlfriend’s residence. GC Communications advised the subject had several active outstanding warrants. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. Bail was unable to be posted and the subject was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default.

 

A 32 year old Woodbury resident reported a group of males was in front of Crown Fried Chicken and one of the males was in possession of a handgun. Officers checked the area which was negative for anyone in the area of Crown Fried Chicken. The caller stated the males acted as if they were going to assault him. The complainant was advised if he should see the males again, to call police immediately.

 

Police were dispatched to the Bell Lake Apartment complex for a juvenile disturbance. Both sets of parents were advised of the disturbance and the juveniles were told to stay away from one another.

 

A 50 year old Woodbury resident came to police headquarters to report a theft from her apartment. The complainant stated she had purchased an A-frame aluminum ladder and it is now missing. She advised no one broke into her residence.

 

Officers responded to a High Street residence for an unwanted person. The 49 year old Paulsboro resident has been advised several times he was not to be on the property and has been issued trespassing complaints previously. He was once again reminded he was not to be at the property and released with a complaint of defiant trespass.

 

Several individuals were issued complaint summonses for occupant standard violations. They are residing in rental units and are not on the lease.

 

Calls for Service January 13-15, 2012

Officers were dispatched to Bell Lake Apartment complex for a domestic violence incident. All proper guidelines for domestic violence were followed. Charges for simple assault and criminal mischief were filed.

 

Police were advised of a suspicious vehicle in the area of Cooper Street. Officers were able to conduct a motor vehicle stop on said vehicle. Both subjects were found to have outstanding active warrants and were placed under arrest. One accused was also in possession of a syringe. Both parties were released on their own recognizance and proper summonses.

 

A N. Warner Street resident reported someone knocked the mailbox off the front door railing and also knocked over a lawn decoration.

 

A Glover Street resident reported unknown actor/s had taken a wrought iron lamp post from the front of their property. The lamp post was saved from a fire scene on Penn Street. Residents requested extra patrols of the area.

 

Woodbury units responded to the Woodlake Apartment complex for a burglary. The 26 year old resident stated someone broke into his apartment and took money from his dresser. The apartment was negative for any useable fingerprints.

 

A 35 year old Woodbury resident reported her daughter’s musical instrument missing from their home. The instrument was last seen January 3, 2012.

 

Pep Boys reported a vehicle in their shop for service was vandalized. The driver’s side window was shattered by a brick. There are no suspects at this time.

 

Officers observed suspicious activity in front of a residence on N. Evergreen Avenue. Upon speaking with the homeowner, it was learned he had an outstanding active warrant. A 40 year old Westville resident was also present in the home who also had an outstanding active warrant. While on location, in plain view of the officers, was CDS paraphernalia. Both subjects were placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. Both were later released on their own recognizance by the issuing municipalities along with a summons for possession of CDS paraphernalia.

 

A 25 year old Westville resident was placed under arrest on active warrants out of Woodbury. She was placed in the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail.

 

A 37 year old West Deptford resident was placed under arrest for driving while intoxicated.

 

Police were dispatched to the Bell Lake Apartment complex for one juvenile threatening another. Both parents were on location and neither party wished to sign complaints.

 

Officers were called to the area of Hessian and Tatum for a barking dog. While on scene officers were unable to hear any dog barking for an unreasonable amount of time. The caller wished to remain anonymous and did not wish to speak with an officer.

 

Officers observed a 45 year old Westville resident improperly cross S. Broad Street without using the crosswalk provided to pedestrians. This placed the subject in a hazardous situation with traffic stopping abruptly to avoid striking him. The subject provided false information on his identification at the scene. He was placed under arrest and several active outstanding warrants were located. The subject was turned over to the custody of the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department.

 

A vehicle was observed parked in a handicap space without a handicap placard. Officers performed a traffic stop on said vehicle. One of the passengers was found to have an outstanding active warrant. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. He was later released on his own recognizance by the issuing municipality. The driver was issued a summons for improper parking in a handicap space.

 

While on a motor vehicle traffic stop, it was learned the operator, a 44 year old Paulsboro resident had several active outstanding warrants for his arrest. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. The accused was unable to post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default.

 

Woodbury Police and Fire Departments were dispatched to a porch fire on a S. Jackson Street residence. On arrival the fire was already extinguished. The porch suffered minor damage.

 

A 32 year old Woodbury resident wished to sign harassment complaints against her ex-husband. She was advised of the procedures.

 

Woodbury police units were dispatched to Heritage’s Dairy Store for a shoplifting. The accused, a 27 year old Mantua resident was located and placed under arrest. While at police headquarters several outstanding active warrants were discovered for her arrest. The accused was transported to the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail and served with her shoplifting complaint.

 

Woodbury Police and Fire Departments were dispatched to a Penn Street residence for a structure fire. The 90 year old resident was evacuated from the property with help from neighbors and police. Cause of the fire is under investigation.

 

During a motor vehicle traffic stop, the 21 year old Monroe Township resident was found to have an outstanding active warrant. The accused was released on her own recognizance at the scene by the issuing municipality. She was released with her traffic summonses and pending court date.

 

A 21 year old Wenonah resident reported to officers as he got into his car after work, he noticed several items were missing. Pep Boys manager stated the business security cameras recorded the theft taking place. Incident remains under investigation.

 

Police were dispatched to the bus stop on N. Broad Street for a male slumped over, unconscious and in a state of undress. GC EMS responded to the scene. The accused had a strong odor of alcoholic beverage. He was transported to Underwood Memorial Hospital. The accused was served with a complaint for lewdness and littering.

 

Officers stopped a 50 year old Woodbury resident for riding his bicycle against the flow of traffic and without proper lighting. He advised officers he was unaware of the violation and had never been stopped before. He was released at the scene. Follow up investigation revealed the accused had been stopped on previous occasions and was issued a summons for the same violation. A new summons was mailed to the accused.

 

Woodbury Mews employees reported to police one of their residents is missing a necklace. Woodbury Mews security will be conducting their internal investigation and advise police when and if more information becomes available.

A 39 year old Woodbury resident reported he is receiving harassing text messages from a 25 year old Westville resident. He was advised of the procedures to sign a complaint with the court clerk’s office.

 

A 36 year old Woodbury resident had reportedly been receiving harassing telephone calls from a 42 year old Paulsboro resident. The Paulsboro resident was advised by police to cease having any contact with the complainant. He stated he would comply.

 

An employee of Sodat reported while working the night shift, he was called away from his desk. When he returned an unknown person had removed money from the cash box. At the time of the theft there were approximately 40-50 people in the building. It was unable to be determined who stole the money.

 

A 57 year old Wenonah resident contacted police in regard to his mother’s property on West Packer Street. The building is presently being worked on however the central air conditioning unit and aluminum awnings are missing from the back of the home. There are no suspects at this time.

 

Occupant standard violation complaints were signed against several individuals living in rental properties and not on the lease.

 

Underwood Memorial Hospital Security contact police regarding CDS located on a patient’s clothing. The 24 year old Gibbstown resident was charged with possession of CDS. The accused was served with the summons and advised to report to police headquarters upon discharge for processing.

 

A 69 year old Tatum Street resident reported harassing phone calls from a company identifying themselves at The National Diabetes Foundation. The complainant stated she is receiving multiple calls throughout the day from various numbers requesting cash donations. The complainant has advised each caller not to call anymore. The complainant contacted her phone provider and alerted them of the situation. This is believed to be a phone scam by unknown actors at this time.

 

 

 

 

Calls for Service January 12, 2012

Officers were dispatched to a Crescent Avenue residence for a suicidal female. The 29 year old resident was taken to Underwood Memorial Hospital.

 

Officers observed two males improperly cross the roadway at S. Broad and E. Centre Streets causing vehicles to stop abruptly to avoid striking them. Officers were only able to locate one of the males, a 19 year old Woodbury resident. He was advised of his violation. County Communications the male had an active outstanding warrant. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. He was unable to post bail against his warrant and was placed in the Gloucester County Jail in default. The accused was also served with his summons for improper crossing of the roadway.

 

Officers observed a male walking through the city lot acting in a suspicious manner. He then entered a vehicle. A motor vehicle stop was conducted. The 19 year old Deptford resident explained his actions to officers. An active outstand warrant was located on the male. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. He was released on his own recognizance by the issuing municipality and released with a new court date.

 

A 47 year old Thorofare resident reported she got gas at the East Coast Gas. She paid for her gas and received two ten dollar bills in change. She then went to Heritages and attempted to spend the ten dollar bills where she was advised one of the bills was counterfeit. She then came to police headquarters to make a report.

 

A 29 year old Sewell resident reported while standing at the bus stop in front of Woodbury High School, a male subject ran up to her and ripped her purse from her arm. Investigation remains under investigation.

 

A 43 year old Carpenter Street resident reported her vehicle was stolen. She stated she had parked the vehicle and it was locked. The vehicle was last seen on 1/11/12 at approximately 4:00 pm. New Jersey State Police reported the stolen vehicle was involved in a hit and run motor vehicle accident at approximately 3:45 pm. Case remains under investigation.

 

Officers responded to the Rite Aid Pharmacy for an employee following a suspected shoplifter. The employee stated a male appeared to leave the store with merchandise stuffed inside the front of his coat. She followed him for a short period but lost sight of him. The security video will be reviewed to see what items were taken and if the accused can be identified.

 

A 31 year old Westville resident reported to police he is being threatened by a 29 year old Deptford female resident. He was advised of the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

A 49 year old Woodbury resident was observed in the area of S. Broad Street. The subject is known to officers through past law enforcement contacts. Gloucester County Communications advised the subject had outstanding active warrants for his arrest. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. He was unable to post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail.

 

A 39 year old Woodbury resident reported he is being threatened by a 54 year old Woodbury resident. He does not wish to sign complaints at this time however, wanted the incident documented.

 

 

 
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