Police were dispatched to Underwood Memorial Hospital for a disruptive subject. Emergency room staff reported as they were attempting to help the 31 year old West Deptford resident, she became physical and shoved staff away. Complaints were signed against the accused.
Underwood Memorial Hospital Security contacted police regarding CDS found on a patient. The 18 year old Swedesboro resident was charged with possession of CDS.
A 62 year old West Deptford resident reported while she was in the CVS Pharmacy, her wallet was taken from her unlocked vehicle. She was advised to contact her bank and credit card companies. Incident remains under investigation.
A 31 year old Pitman resident reported to headquarters to obtain a tow release for his vehicle. It was learned the subject had outstanding warrants. He was placed under arrest. The accused was released on his own recognizance and provided with a new court date.
Officers responded to a S. Davis Street residence for a possible overdose. The subject was conscious and alert. A hypodermic needle was found next to the bed. The subject was taken by GC EMS to Underwood Memorial Hospital. Complaints were filed against the subject for possession of the hypodermic needle.
Police were dispatched to a High Street residence for an unwanted person. The accused, a 33 year old Westville resident, was found to have outstanding active warrants. 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.
A 54 year old Philadelphia resident reported to police with child custody matters. She stated she would be contacting Family Court for an emergency order for custody.
Officers were dispatched to the Luk Oil on N. Broad Street for a theft of a cell phone. The 41 year old West Deptford resident stated he was giving a ride to the bus stop to a friend, a 20 year old Camden resident when she stole his cell phone. He was advised of his right to sign a complaint. The subject later contacted police and advised he located his cell phone.
A 46 year old Cooper Street resident contacted police regarding his neighbor constantly making noise. Police did not hear any noise coming from the apartment however, advised the tenant of his right to sign a complaint.
Woodbury units responded to an Abbett Lane residence for a domestic violence incident involving a handgun. The accused, a 52 year old Woodbury resident was located and placed under arrest in accordance with domestic violence guidelines. All weapons were seized from the property.
CVS Pharmacy employees contacted police regarding a 42 year old Woodbury resident inside the store who has been previously advised she was not to return. Officers located the accused and escorted her outside. She was issued a summons for trespassing and advised again not to return to CVS.
A 22 year old Woodbury resident reported a lost check. She stated she was out shopping and when she returned home she realized she lost the check. She wanted the incident documented.
A 25 year old Hess Avenue resident reported someone stole her pocketbook from her vehicle parked in front of her residence. The purse contained personal papers, debit cards and cash. She was advised to contact her financial institutions immediately. There did not appear to be forced entry into the vehicle.
A 49 year old Port Reading, NJ resident reported a burglary to his East Centre Street residence. Someone broke into his property and stole copper pipe over the last weekend. The complainant advised the bilco doors were unlocked and believes that was the point of entry.
In response to earlier reports of eggs being thrown at house, officers were patrolling the S. Columbia Street area and discovered a vehicle having been struck with eggs on the passenger side. The owner was contacted and advised of the incident.
A 78 year old Briar Hill Lane resident reported unknown actor/s threw several eggs at the front door to his residence. The complainant stated he heard the eggs hitting his door but did not see anyone in the area.
Officers responded to the area of N. Broad and Delaware Streets for a report of an erratic driver. The caller stated the driver of the vehicle was driving erratically and failing to maintain its lane. The vehicle was located and the 40 year old Woodbury resident stated he had taken his medication and was extremely tired from working. Several warrants were located on the accused and he was placed under arrest. He was unable to post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail.
A Pizza Hut employee contacted police regarding criminal mischief to her vehicle. The subject stated some unknown actor/s keyed her vehicle on the front and back driver’s side while it was parked in the Pizza Hut lot in the rear of the building. She was advised a report would be on file.
A 31 year old Woodlake Apartment Complex resident reported a theft from her apartment. She had two males inside helping her move heavy furniture when she realized money she had in an envelope and an unopened pack of cigarettes were missing. The two fled the scene when she stated she was contacting the police.
A Pro Nail employee reported a client came into the shop and left without paying. The complainant stated the customer was not happy with the service provided and refused to pay her bill. The complainant stated he would recognize her if she came into the shop again and will notify police immediately.
Police responded to McDonald’s Restaurant on N. Broad Street for a male who had placed a knife to the throat of another patron. Officers were given the description of the male and were able to locate the accused at the bus stop. The 50 year old Paulsboro resident was combative but secured. He was positively identified by witnesses and the employees. 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.
Woodbury units responded to a mutual aid call from Woodbury Heights. The accused, a 54 year Woodbury resident was on bicycle and had entered Woodbury’s jurisdiction. The accused was later located and placed under arrest.
Officers were dispatched to an East Barber Avenue residence for a neighbor complaint. Both parties were advised they could sign complaints with the court clerk’s office during business hours.
A 50 year old Woodbury resident reported to police he had lost his wallet. He was advised a report would be on file.
An employee for AT&T reported a theft of copper wire from the tower on N. Broad Street. It is unknown when the theft occurred.
Police were dispatched to a West Centre Street residence for a female with a gun. The resident stated she and her mother were arguing and her mother showed her the gun. The 50 year old Woodstown resident was taken into custody. She stated she was going to shoot herself. The accused was taken to the Crisis Unit at Underwood Memorial Hospital. Charges were filed for unlawful possession of a handgun.