Calls for Service December 2 - 6, 2011
Officers were dispatched for a 31 year old Woodbury resident who needed to go to the hospital. Officers and EMS personnel were able to have the resident go to Underwood Memorial Hospital.
A 48 year old Woodbury resident reported he had not seen his neighbor all day. The landlord responded to the scene and entry was made into the apartment. The 67 year old resident was fine and had been sleeping.
Officers were dispatched to an East Barber Avenue residence for a neighbor complaint. Each party was advised of the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.
Officers responded to West Street for an unwanted person. The 43 year old female resident left the area without further incident.
Woodbury units were dispatched to the area of the Acme for a complaint of a male being threatened with a gun. The 53 year old resident stated he was threatened by a 22 year old male resident with a handgun tucked in his waistband. The accused was located and stated he did not have contact with the male and never threatened him. The victim was advised on the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.
The US Armed Service Recruiter’s office contacted police regarding a threatening phone call. A 32 year old Pitman resident made the call and was upset with the treatment his daughter received. Complaints were signed against the male.
Police and fire department responded to Barlow Buick for a vehicle fire. The fire was extinguished. The vehicle had extensive damage. Employees were advised a report would be on file.
A W. Centre Street resident reported someone was knocking on her door in the early hours of the morning. She stated she was not expecting anyone and did not answer the door. She was advised to contact the police immediately if this should happen again.
Officers issued summonses to several unauthorized occupants of rental units.
A juvenile from the Runnemede area was placed under arrest for driving under the influence.
Officers responded to an E. Centre Street residence for a domestic disturbance. Domestic violence guidelines were explained to the victim. Appropriate charges were made against a 38 year old Glassboro resident.
A 34 year old Woodlake Apartment complex resident reported her 27 year old male friend stole her purse and cash. The male was located and issued a summons for theft.
A 24 year old Sicklerville resident was located sleeping inside the vehicle of an Underwood Memorial Hospital employee. The subject was charged with disorderly conduct and trespassing.
Underwood Memorial Hospital employees advised officers while they were working with a patient, they found a small bag containing suspected CDS. Police took custody of the CDS and the 43 year old Deptford resident was charged accordingly.
Officers responded to an Emerson Street resident for a criminal mischief to a vehicle. The 49 year old resident reported the neighboring children were playing Frisbee in front of her residence and she believes they caused a dent to her vehicle. She did not wish to pursue any complaints but did not want the juveniles to play in front of her residence. The parents of the juveniles were advised of her wishes.
Police were dispatched to Underwood Memorial Hospital for CDS found in the possession of a patient. The CDS was turned over to police. The 48 year old Woodbury resident was subsequently charged with possession of CDS.
Officers responded to a fight call on Aberdeen Place. A 27 year old and 22 year old were fighting on the property. Summonses were issued for disorderly persons. No further action was taken at this time.
Officers observed two males cross over S. Broad Street improperly causing vehicles to stop abruptly creating a traffic hazard. As officers approached the males, one male, later identified as a 26 year old Pennsauken resident, attempted to flee police. He was located after a short foot chase and found to be in possession of a handgun as well as CDS. He was placed under arrest. The accused was unable to post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default.
A 30 year old Blackwood resident was observed on N. Broad Street and is known to officers to have outstanding active warrants. He was placed under arrest on the active warrant. Search incident to arrest revealed the accused to be in possession of CDS. The accused was released on his own recognizance on the warrant and served with summonses for his CDS violations.
A 29 year old Riverside resident and 22 year old Sicklerville resident were observed on the railroad tracks. Officers made contact with the two advising them the railroad tracks are private property. It was learned each had an outstanding warrant for their arrest. Both were placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. Both were released on their own recognizance and advised not to be on the railroad property.
Officers observed a 27 year old Philadelphia, Pa resident cross S. Broad Street against the traffic signal causing vehicles to come to an abrupt stop to avoid striking the male. The male then entered a motor vehicle and headed South on Broad Street. Upon stopping the vehicle and advising the male of the violation, he became extremely irate. He was issued a traffic summons and advised of his pending court date.
A 51 year old Woodbury resident was observed on the property of the CVS Pharmacy. Knowing through past law enforcement experiences the male was not permitted on the property as per management, officers approached the male. He could not provide a valid reason for being at the CVS. He was issued a summons for trespassing and advised again not to return.
Officers observed a 24 year old Mantua resident, known to have outstanding active warrants, on E. Barber Avenue. The male was placed under arrest on his warrant and transported to headquarters. Bail was posted for the accused and he was released from custody with a new court date.
Officers spoke with a 25 year old Mays Landing resident regarding child custody issues. He stated he would follow the matter up through Family Court.
A 37 year old Westville resident reported his vehicle sustained damage to the rims by striking a pot hole on Cooper Street.
Police units were dispatched to East Coast Gas for a customer dispute. The complainant stated the attendant splashed gasoline all down the side of his vehicle. The attendant stated he would reimburse the complainant for the cost of having the vehicle washed.
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