Activity Report

Calls for Service December 19, 2011

Police were dispatched to the Woodlake Apartment complex for a criminal mischief complaint. The 30 year old Camden resident stated he became involved in an argument with two females. When they left they broke the mirrors off his vehicle. The two accused females, a 19 year old Camden resident and an 18 year old Pennsauken resident, were located and admitted they were with the victim. The complainant was advised of the procedures to file a complaint with the court clerk’s office.

 

Underwood Memorial Hospital contacted the police for a report of a patient smoking in the bathroom. The 32 year old Woodbury resident was identified and issued a summons for disorderly conduct.

 

A 49 year old Thorofare resident contacted the police in regard to damage to his vehicle. The complainant stated he was at the Holy Angels Parish Hall. As he was walking to the parking lot, several juveniles were throwing rocks on the CSX Railroad tracks. One of the rocks hit his vehicle windshield. The juveniles were gone on police arrival.

 

Goodwill Fire Company reported a burglary to their building on N. Broad Street. It appears unknown actor/s forced open several closets and cabinets. It is unknown at this time what was taken. Investigation to continue.

 

Officers responded to a Carpenter Street residence for an unwanted male. The 32 year old Woodbury resident was advised to leave the property. The individual requested to be taken to Underwood Memorial Hospital Crisis Unit which was granted.

 

A 40 year old Thorofare resident was charged with forgery and obtaining CDS by Fraud. The accused attempted to use forged prescriptions at the Woodbury Pharmacy and CVS Pharmacy. She was served with her summonses and released pending court.

 

Woodbury officers were dispatched to Woodlake Apartment complex for a complaint of criminal mischief. The 76 year old resident sated her front passenger side tire was punctured with an unknown object. She was advised if she were to see anyone around her vehicle, to call the police immediately.

 

Police responded to the CVS Pharmacy for a shoplifting. The description of the accused was obtained and the 48 year old Camden resident was located. A search of his bag revealed several items taken from the CVS. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters an active outstanding warrant was located. The accused was unable to post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default.

 

 

 

 

Calls for Service December 16-19, 2011

Officers followed a motorcycle traveling at a high rate of speed on N. Broad Street. The motorcycle would not pull over.  The motorcycle was able to elude police in the city. It was later learned the cycle crashed in Westville. The driver, a 26 year old Philadelphia resident, was issued traffic summonses as well as criminal complaints for eluding police.

 

Officers responded to the area of N. Broad Street for a motor vehicle complaint. The complainant, a 52 year old Woodbury resident stated a vehicle almost struck him while he was walking on the sidewalk as it jumped the curb. Further investigation revealed the driver and two other passengers got into an argument. The passengers left the vehicle and the driver became irate over their argument. Summonses were issued to the 33 year old Westville resident for disorderly conduct as well as several motor vehicle summonses.

 

Woodbury units were dispatched to N. Horace and Briar Hill Lane for a fight. Two males, 58 year old and 56 year old, were physically fighting. Apparently there has been ongoing arguing which ended in a physical altercation. Neither party wished to sign complaints against the other. They were advised if they changed their minds to see the court clerks. They were also advised to stay away from each other. Both men were given summonses for disorderly conduct.

 

Officers checked a complaint of a neighbor putting trash to the curb too early for pick up. A large amount of debri was neatly stacked and/or bagged for trash pick up. It appeared the now vacant rental property was in the process of being cleaned up. At this time, no summons was issued.

 

Employees of CVS Pharmacy contacted police regarding a shoplifting. A male came into the store and removed several DVD’s.  He left the store quickly fleeing in an unknown direction.  Employees stated they would have the video surveillance tape copied for the police for possible identification. Police advised to contact headquarters should the male return.

 

Officers were dispatched to the Conrail yard at the dead end of Packard Avenue. A 27 year old Woodbury resident and a 26 year old Audubon resident were taking piles of steel plates. The two males were placed under arrest for trespassing and theft.

 

Red Eagle Packaging contacted police regarding criminal mischief done on their property. A vehicle had apparently be driving around the building and struck a concrete picnic table, pushing it approximately 200 feet from its original place. A NJ license plate was found on the property. Investigation revealed the operator to be a 32 year old Glassboro resident. Charges were filed for criminal mischief and trespassing.

 

Police responded for an unwanted person at a West Street residence. The 25 year old Woodbury resident was visiting his 26 year old friend and the two became involved in a physical altercation. Both parties at one point were screaming profanities. Both were issued summonses for breach of peace. The 25 year old was advised he was not permitted back onto the property.

 

Woodbury units were dispatched to Underwood Memorial Hospital for found ammunition in a patient’s purse. The bullets were located while staff was conducting an inventory search of the patient’s belongings. The patient was admitted to the Crisis unit prior to police arrival. There are no charges pending at this time.

 

Officers responded to the bus stop across from McDonald’s Restaurant for a medical condition. The 60 year old West Deptford resident required medical attention and was taken to Underwood Memorial Hospital.

 

While on a motor vehicle traffic stop, the passenger supplied police with false information regarding her identity. It was learned the 43 year old Woodbury resident had an active warrant for her arrest. She was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. She was later released on her own recognizance by the issuing municipality along with a summons for hindering apprehension.

 

Officers observed a 41 year old Camden resident known to have active warrants for her arrest. She was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. Search incident to arrest revealed CDS paraphernalia in her possession. The accused was unable to post bail and was transported to the Camden County Jail along with her summons for possession of CDS paraphernalia.

 

A 56 year old Woodbury resident reported to police her 21 year old nephew was residing with her and was now causing problems. Both parties admitted he was not on the lease. Each person was issued a summons for violating occupant standards.

A 57 year old Woodbury resident came into police headquarters regarding possible identity theft. She was advised to contact her bank immediately and alert them to the situation. She was also advised to contact the police if there was any suspicious activity on any of her accounts.

 

Officers were dispatched to the area of Chestnut Street for a disturbance. The 32 year old Turnersville male stated it was only a verbal argument with his girlfriend. His girlfriend agreed and stated the argument was verbal. It was learned the male had an active outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. The accused was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail.

 

Police responded to CVS Pharmacy for a shoplifting.  Employees stated a suspect from a previous shoplifting was in the store. The suspect’s description was provided to police. The 44 year old Camden resident was located and identified as the shoplifter in the store’s video surveillance. Search incident to arrest revealed the suspect to be in possession of CDS paraphernalia. An active outstanding warrant was also located. The subject was unable to post bail and was released to Mt. Ephraim Police Department along with his summonses.

 

A 25 year old Woodbury resident was observed by officers leaving her vehicle running in the fire lane of the CVS Pharmacy and enter the store. She then exited and left the area in her vehicle at a high rate of speed. Officers recognized the subject from previous law enforcement encounters. The operator had shoplifted items, had an active warrant for her arrest as well as being in violation of a number of motor vehicle traffic laws. She was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. The accused was found to be in possession of narcotics. She was issued her summonses, traffic violations and released.

 

Officers performed a motor vehicle traffic stop on a vehicle in the Woodlake Apartment complex. This area is posted no trespassing. The driver of the vehicle was acting in a suspicious manner while on the property.  The operator of the vehicle, a 23 year old Wenonah resident, was advised of the reason for the stop. Officers detected the odor of burnt marijuana coming from the vehicle. Canine officer Pitt conducted an exterior and interior sniff of the vehicle. No CDS was located. The driver was issued a summons for not having a valid insurance card and sent on his way.

 

Woodbury units were called to the Carriage House Apartment Complex for a male sleeping in the stairwell. After some vigorous nudging the male finally woke up. The male was identified as a 30 year old Sicklerville resident. He was found to have several active outstanding warrants. He was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. The accused was unable to post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default.

 

Officers were checking the business area of S. Broad and Aberdeen place as several complaints have been received regarding subjects drinking and loitering at the vacant businesses. A 31 year old Woodbury Heights resident was located crouched down and urinating. She was issued a summons for lewdness and trespassing. She was released pending court.

 

A 48 year old Woodbury resident was observed shouting profanities loudly to another male walking away from him. The male continued his use of profanity, stepping into the traffic lanes, obstructing traffic while doing so. Officers approached the male and explained why they were detaining him. He was issued a summons for disorderly conduct and released pending court.

 

Canine Officer Pitt assisted Woodbury Heights Police Department investigating an alleged armed robbery.

 

Officers observed three individuals improperly crossing N. Broad Street creating a traffic hazard and causing vehicles to stop abruptly to avoid striking them. The 29 year old Woodbury female resident became loud and was using profanities. She was issued a summons for disorderly conduct and breach of peace. An active outstanding warrant was also located. She was placed under arrest. The 39 year old Paulsboro resident was also found to have an active outstanding warrant. He was placed under arrest. Both were transported to headquarters where they were released on their own recognizance by the issuing municipalities. All three subjects were issued a summons for improper crossing of the roadway.

 

A 54 year old Woodbury resident was observed on S. Broad Street asking individuals for money. The male has previously been advised not to beg money. An active outstanding warrant was located for the male. He was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. At headquarters he was released on his own recognizance on the warrant along with a summons for disorderly conduct.

 

Police were dispatched to a Curtis Avenue residence for a domestic violence incident. Appropriate charges were made and the 49 year old Wenonah resident was placed in the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail.

 

Officers observed a 32 year old Woodbury resident in violation of his Drug Offender Restraining Order. He was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. At headquarters he was unable to post his bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default.

 

Occupant standard violations were issued to several individuals for residing in a rental property and not on the lease.

 

While on a motor vehicle traffic stop, it was learned the driver had an active outstanding warrant for his arrest. The 27 year old Pine Hill resident began to shout obscenities in the area of heavy pedestrian traffic. He was placed under arrest on the active warrant. The issuing municipality released the male on his own recognizance with a new court date. The subject was also issued a summons for disorderly conduct.

 

 

Calls for Service December 15, 2011

Woodbury units were dispatched to a West Street residence for an unwanted person. The 43 year old female stated she no longer wanted her brother, a 44 year old, in the residence. The male left without incident

 

Police were dispatched to Walgreens for a male who shoplifted then fled on Carpenter Street. Officers located a 56 year old Woodbury resident who matched the description given. He was positively identified by store employees. He 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.

 

Officers stickered several vehicles throughout the city as abandoned. A follow up on these vehicles will be conducted in 48 hours.

 

Officers observed a 38 year old Westville resident on a bicycle that was not equipped to be ridden in the night time hours.  Contact was made with the subject. It was learned the male had outstanding active warrants for his arrest. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters.  The accused was then turned over to the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department on his warrants.

 

Police were dispatched to the area of Underwood Memorial Hospital for a male who had fallen off his bike near the bus stop. Officers located a 61 year old National Park resident who appeared to be intoxicated. Gloucester County EMS was contacted and responded. The subject was taken to Underwood Memorial Hospital. He was served with a summons for possession of open alcohol.

 

A 38 year old E. Barber Avenue resident stated he feels he is being harassed by his 50 year old neighbor. He was advised of the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

On a motor vehicle traffic stop, officers were advised the operator of the vehicle had several outstanding warrants for her arrest. The 22 year old Mullica Hill resident was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. All issuing municipalities released the subject on her own recognizance with new court dates. The female was released with her traffic summonses.

 

Several property owners in the city were issued complaints for failing to register their rental properties.

 

 

 

Calls for Service December 14, 2011

 

Police were dispatched to the area of Cooper and Hendry’s Court for a motor vehicle accident. It was learned one operator had an outstanding active warrant. The 26 year old Erial resident was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. He was unable to post bail and was released to Mantua Township Police Department along with several motor vehicle summonses.

 

A 24 year old Blackwood resident was observed crossing S. Broad Street and not using the crosswalk. This is a heavily traveled roadway and his actions caused vehicles to stop abruptly creating a traffic hazard. In making contact with the subject, it was learned he had an outstanding active warrant.  He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters he was release on his own recognizance by the issuing municipality and released with a motor vehicle summons for improper crossing.

 

While on a motor vehicle traffic stop it was learned the operator had an outstanding active warrant for his arrest. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. The 23 year old Westville resident was later released on his own recognizance by the issuing municipality along with motor vehicle summonses.

 

Police observed two subjects crossing N. Broad Street through traffic rather than using the crosswalk creating a hazardous condition. The subjects were found to have outstanding active warrants. The 63 year old Turnersville female and 36 year old National Park male were placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. The 36 year old male became irate, using profanities toward officers and in close proximity to other people. Bail was posted for both parties and they were released. The National Park resident was served a summons for Breach of Peace.

 

Calls for Service December 13, 2011

Woodbury Units were dispatched to the Colonial Diner for an unwanted male. The 61 year old Gibbstown resident was disturbing the customers and would not leave. The male was issued a summons for disorderly conduct.

 

Underwood Memorial Hospital contacted the police regarding a patient who was admitted and in possession of CDS. The 21 year old Mullica Hill resident was issued a summons for possession of CDS and released to hospital custody.

 

CVS Pharmacy reported a shoplifting by an unknown male. There is surveillance video of the theft and management will make a copy for the police department. Employees were advised to contact the police if the male returns to the store.

 

Police responded to Heritages Dairy Store on N. Broad Street for a customer with a fraudulent fifty dollar bill. The accused, a 31 year old Philadelphia resident also assaulted an employee. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. He was issued as summons for theft by deception and simple assault.

 

Officers were dispatched to a domestic violence incident on High Street. The 28 year old resident advised officers her husband broke her cell phone. The accused, a 34 year old Woodbury resident was unable to be located at the time. Summonses were issued accordingly.

 

Woodbury units were dispatched to the area of the Fulton Bank for a male lying on the railroad tracks. The 47 year old Medford resident was located and appeared to be intoxicated. He was transported to headquarters. The male was later released to a family member along with a summons for open alcohol in public.

 

TD Bank contacted the police department for two suspicious males at the ATM. The males were checked by officers and sent on their way.

 

A 44 year old West Deptford resident reported he is a possible victim of credit card fraud. He used his credit card in Woodbury and now has received a statement that includes purchase he did not make. He has notified the appropriate credit card companies.

 

Officers were dispatched to Woodbury Court Apartments for a trespassing complaint. A 49 year old Woodbury female resident and 54 year old Woodbury male resident were observed on video surveillance entering an apartment on the complex. Both have previously been advised not to be on the property. Complaints for trespassing were signed against both individuals.

 

Officers responded to E. Red Bank Avenue for a male begging money from the CVS Pharmacy customers. The 49 year old Woodstown resident was located and denied begging. An active outstanding warrant was located. The male was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. He was later turned over to Mantua Township Police on his warrant along with a summons for disorderly conduct.

 

Complaints were signed against an unauthorized tenant at a rental unit. The 29 year old resident is not on the lease and uses this address as his home.

 
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