Activity Report

Calls for Service January 4, 2012

Officers stopped a suspicious motor vehicle exiting the Woodlake Apartment complex. Upon checking with the passengers, it was learned the 20 year old female Woodbury resident had an outstanding active warrant. She was subsequently placed under arrest. The other passenger, a 27 year old Woodbury resident has been previous advised not to be on Woodlake Apartment property. He was placed under arrest for trespassing as well as for his outstanding warrants. Both were later released on their own recognizance.

 

While court was in session a 29 year old Camden resident became disorderly shouting obscenities in the presence of children and adults. Despite being advised several times to cease this behavior, the accused continued. She was placed under arrest and issued a summons for disorderly persons. She was then released.

 

A 28 year old Carneys Point resident reported an internet fraud that occurred to her. She was advised a report would be on file. Incident continues to be under investigation.

 

Officers responded to a Progress Avenue residence for a criminal mischief report. The 44 year old resident reported sometime during the overnight house unknown actor/s broke the passenger side front window to her vehicle. Entry was not made to the vehicle. She was advised to contact the police department if there were any further issues.

 

A 23 year old Turnersville resident reported to police he feels he is being harassed by a 50 year old Deptford resident. He was advised a report would be on file and of the procedures to sign a complaint with the court clerk’s office.

 

While on patrol in the area of S. Drexel Street, officers observed a dog running at large. The dog was returned to its owner. The owner was advised previously about the ordinance for allowing a dog to run at large. She was issued a summons.

 

 

 

Calls for Service January 3, 2012

Police were dispatched to a West Centre Street residence for a domestic incident in progress. All proper domestic guidelines were followed. Charges were filed against the 37 year old Woodbury resident.

 

A 36 year old Myrtle Avenue resident came to police headquarters regarding a neighbor complaint. She stated her upstairs neighbor continues to make an inordinate amount of noise, playing loud music and stomping on the floor. She was advised of the procedures to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

Officers were called to the Woodlake Apartment complex for a disturbance. The 23 year old tenant advised police she and her friend began arguing. As it escalated she asked her friend to leave. After she shut the door, the accused, a 21 year old Woodbury resident, began to bang on the door. The door is now damaged. Complaints were signed for criminal mischief.

 

A 19 year old Woodbury resident was observed by officers, discarding numerous pieces of trash on the ground. On making contact with the accused he stated he does this often. A complaint summons was signed for littering.

 

A 61 year old Bellmawr resident advised while in the drive through of Wells Fargo Bank, a lighting fixture fell from the underside of the drive through overhang. The fixture struck the hood of her vehicle damaging it. The bank manager advised he documented the incident and Wells Fargo will contact the victim.

 

While investigating a call of a suspicious vehicle, officers learned the passenger had an outstanding active warrant. The 18 year old Thorofare resident was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. He was later released on his own recognizance by the issuing municipality with a new court date.

 

Police responded to an illegal dumping complaint at the Starfish Caribbean Café. The caller was concerned as someone had placed a dead animal in his dumpster. He was concerned his private trash removal company would not pick up the dumpster.

 

A 56 year old Woodbury Heights resident reported while leaving her doctor’s office on Delaware Street she struck a man hole cover causing damage to her vehicle. The complainant stated she needed the incident documented.

 

 

Calls for Service January 1-2, 2012

Police were dispatched to Underwood Memorial Hospital for a found hypodermic needle and CDS on a patient. Security advised the contraband was located during a search of the patient’s property as part of hospital police. The 31 year old Wenonah resident was charged accordingly.

 

Police and Fire Departments responded to Moss Rehab for a report of a fire in the building. Employees stated everything was fine and one of the patients had lit a mattress on fire. Fire Department personnel confirmed the fire was out. The scene was turned over to the Fire Marshall.

 

A 22 year old Hunter Street resident reported sometime during the overnight hours, unknown actor/s broke into his vehicle parked in front of his residence. Missing from the vehicle was his wallet. It does not appear anything else is missing. He was advised to contact his financial institution and to contact the police department if anything else was found to be missing.

 

A 28 year old Woodbury resident came into police headquarters to turn himself in on an outstanding active warrant. He was able to post bail. He was given a new court date and released.

 

Officers responded to a West Street residence for an unwanted person. The 43 year old Woodbury resident stated she found her neighbor in her home and would like him to leave. The 19 year old was advised to leave and he did so without further incident. Neither party wished to sign any complaints.

 

 

 

 

Calls for Service December 30-31, 2011

A 27 year old Blackwood resident was placed under arrest for an outstanding active warrant. He was released on his own recognizance.

 

A 42 year old Gloucester City resident reported a harassment involving a co-worker. She does not wish to pursue any type of complaint at this time but wanted the incident documented.

 

Officers responded to a Hunter Street residence for a criminal mischief complaint. The 35 year old resident stated someone cut the upper wires to his motorcycle while it was parked in his driveway. He was advised a report would be on file and to contact the police immediately if anyone suspicious was observed in the area.

 

During a motor vehicle traffic stop, the driver was found to be a suspended driver. The passenger, a 23 year old Woodbury resident had an outstanding active warrant. He was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. At headquarters bail was posted and he was released with a new court date.

 

Woodbury units were dispatched to the Woodlake Apartment complex for a male standing outside holding a shotgun. The caller stated the male left in a vehicle. A search of the area and surrounding streets was conducted but neither the vehicle nor the male were located.

 

Our Canine officer was called to assist Mantua Township with a narcotics arrest. Search was conducted and Mantua Police Department continued with their investigation.

 

During a motor vehicle traffic stop, it was learned the operator had an outstanding active warrant and a suspended driver’s license. The 23 year old Deptford resident was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. Deptford Township Police Department took custody of the accused.

 

Officers observed a vehicle make an illegal left hand turn from Curtis Avenue onto S. Broad Street. A motor vehicle stop was conducted. The operator of the vehicle did not have a valid driver’s license. The passenger was found to have outstanding active warrants. The 29 year old Pitman resident was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. She was able to post bail and was released with new court dates from the issuing municipalities.

 

Police responded to a Salem Avenue residence for an unwanted person. Upon officers investigation, it was learned the 46 year old tenant was in possession of CDS paraphernalia. She was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters she was issued her summons and released. A 21 year old Wenonah resident who was present was also found to have an outstanding active warrant. She was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. She was released on her own recognizance by the issuing municipality.

 

Officers observed a 33 year old Woodbury resident walking on S. Broad Street known to officers to have outstanding active warrants. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters he was released on his own recognizance by the issuing municipalities pending court.

 

A 33 year old Elk Township resident reported a burglary complaint. He stated he returned to the S. Broad Street residence and saw a male subject running through the kitchen and out the back door. The door had damage to the bottom panel. The wood was cracked and pushed in. The caller contacted the tenant and property manager. The manager stated she would have someone respond to secure the door.

 

A 41 year old Woodbury resident, known to officers to have outstanding active warrants, was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. Due to his health issues, he was transported to Underwood Memorial Hospital.

 

Officers observed a 30 year old Woodbury resident inside the Heritage Dairy store on Salem Avenue. The subject is known to have outstanding active warrants. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. The accused was able to post bail on his warrants and was released pending court.

 

Officers responded to the Colonial Diner for a harassment complaint. The 20 year old Woodbury resident stated she felt she was being harassed by her boyfriend’s ex-girlfriend. The 29 year old West Deptford resident stated she was unaware the female was working today and would leave the area to avoid any further problems.

 

CVS Pharmacy employees reported a subject entered the store and shoplifted several items. The surveillance video was reviewed and a description of the accused was provided. Employees were advised to contact the police if the male should return. A search of the area for the accused was negative.

 

Police were dispatched to McDonald’s Restaurant for a disruptive customer. The 33 year old Westville resident was arguing with employees. She was advised to leave the store. Neither party wished to sign complaints at this time.

 

 

Calls for Service December 29, 2011

A 33 year old Westville resident reported while in the course of being escorted from Capt’s Corner, he was assaulted by the bouncer. He was advised a police report would be on file.

 

A 48 year old North American Street resident reported she heard a loud bang outside her front door. When she checked the door, she noticed a large crack in the middle of the door where there was glass. No object was located that could have broken the glass. The monetary damage at this time is unknown.

 

Officers responded to Canal’s Liquor store for a disruptive customer.  The 51 year old Berlin resident was shouting and yelling on the counters. The male was transported to headquarters where he was issued a summons for disorderly conduct.

 

A 36 year old Philadelphia, Pa. resident reported she lost her license plate while in Woodbury visiting friends.

 

A 34 year old Audubon resident was placed under arrest on an outstanding active warrant while officers were performing a motor vehicle stop. The accused was transported to headquarters. He was later released on his own recognizance by the issuing municipality.

 

Officers placed warning stickers on several vehicles throughout the city which appeared to be abandoned. Follow ups will be completed in 48 hours.

 

Police responded to the Laundry Basket for an unwanted male. The caller stated he had asked the 57 year old Woodbury resident to leave the premises and feels the accused became aggressive toward him. He was advised of the procedure to sign complaints.

 

An 84 year old Colonial Park Apartment resident reported her wallet missing. She stated it was in her closet in a garmet bag and it is now missing.

 

Heritage Dairy Store employees reported a customer came into the store with a counterfeit twenty dollar bill. The customer is a regular and had to leave to get to work. The employee stated he comes in every morning and she will contact us when he returns.

 

A 40 year old S. Evergreen Avenue resident reported sometime during the overnight hours the driver’s side front window to her vehicle was broken by a brick. She stated she did not hear anything nor did any of her neighbors.

 
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