Activity Report

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Calls for Service December 1, 2011

Officers were dispatched to the Dollar General store for an unwanted person. Employees advised the 54 year old Pitman resident has previously been advised he was not welcome in the store. The male came  back into the store and would not leave until police were called. The accused was located and issued a summons for trespassing. Employees were advised to contact the police should the male return.

 

While on a motor vehicle traffic stop, it was learned the operator of the vehicle had an active outstanding warrant for his arrest. The driver was placed under arrest for the warrant and was transported to headquarters. Search incident to arrest revealed CDS paraphernalia in his possession. The 37 year old Woodbury resident provided information to officers which later proved to be false. It was also determined the accused was not on the lease at the rental property address he provided. He was released on his own recognizance, provided a new court date on the warrant and served with his summonses.

 

A 55 year old Woodbury resident was observed crossing the roadway on S. Broad Street improperly causing a traffic hazard. It was learned there were several outstanding active warrants for his arrest. Search incident to arrest revealed CDS paraphernalia in his possession. The accused was transported to headquarters. He was later released to the custody of East Greenwich Township police officers along with his summonses.

 

 

 

Calls for Service November 30, 2011

A 26 year old Woodbury resident advised police she believes she is the victim of identity theft. Her information was used to purchase property. She was advised to contact the credit bureaus in reference to placing an alert on her credit history. She was also advised a report would be on file.

 

Woodbury Units responded to CVS Pharmacy for a shoplifting. The description of the accused was broadcast. The accused juvenile was located and placed under arrest.

 

Officers signed complaints for occupant standard violations for individuals living at rental properties and not on the lease.

 

While on a motor vehicle traffic stop it was learned the operator had an active warrant for his arrest. The 37 year old Westville resident was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. The accused posted bail against the warrant and was released with his traffic summonses.

 

 

Calls for Service November 29, 2011

Officers were dispatched to the Autumn Woods Apartment complex for a guest of one of the tenants damaging storage lockers. The property owners showed officers the surveillance video of the 30 year old Glassboro resident in the storage locker area bending the gate to the padlocked storage locker. The accused was located, charged with criminal mischief and occupant standard violations.

 

Police responded to a N. Broad Street residence for a possible overdose. The 39 year old Woodbury resident told her boyfriend she took an overdose of pills following an argument between them. She was taken to Underwood Memorial Hospital.

 

A 24 year old Westville resident advised police she was assaulted by her boyfriend while on Franklin Street. All appropriated domestic violence paperwork was filed.

 

Officers responded to S. Girard Street for a suspicious incident. Neighbors reported a vehicle had backed up onto a property, a male exited the vehicle and picked up a bag. She did not recognize the vehicle or the male. The property owner was notified and stated he will check his residence. If there is any sort of a problem he will contact the police.

 

Officers sent warning letters regarding possible abandoned vehicles to the registered owners. A follow up will be completed in ten days.

 

A 31 year old Woodbury resident reported to police headquarters regarding a domestic violence incident. All appropriated domestic violence paperwork was filed.

 

 

 

Calls for Service November 24-28, 2011

 

Officers were dispatched to Deptford Avenue for a theft from a motor vehicle. The 43 year old Woodbury resident stated his vehicle was left unlocked in the driveway for about an hour. His wallet is the only thing removed from the vehicle although the vehicle was ransacked. He was advised to contact his bank and cancel any credit cards that may have been in his wallet.

 

Police were dispatched to Leeds Place for a burglary report. The 43 year old resident reported her radio cassette player was taken from her enclosed front porch. She was instructed to contact the police if she located the serial number for the radio and to keep her doors locked.

 

Woodbury units responded to a Deptford Avenue residence for a burglary. The homeowner reported when she returned home she noticed several lights were on. When she left the residence, the lights were off and the doors were shut. Several items were taken and the victims will make a complete listing for the police department. Case remains under investigation.

 

A 42 year old Glassboro resident was issued a summons for Breach of Peace. This was a result of his actions of shouting obscenities while at the bus stop.

 

A 52 year old Lansdale, PA resident reported to police a signature on a civil court document is not hers. She will return at a later date to sign a forgery complaint with the court clerk’s office.

 

Officers observed two males crossing S. Broad Street against the traffic signal causing vehicles to stop suddenly to avoid striking them. Both were issued summonses for improper crossing of the roadway. The 29 year old Woodbury resident had an active warrant for his arrest. He was transported to headquarters where bail was posted. He was then released with a pending court date.

 

A 38 year old Deptford resident and 36 year old Woodbury resident were placed under arrest on outstanding active warrants for their arrest. The Deptford resident was turned over to the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department and the Woodbury resident was turned over to Camden City Police Department.

 

A 38 year old Woodbury resident came to police headquarters to make a report of criminal mischief. Sometime overnight unknown actor/s threw eggs on his apartment door.  It does not appear the door was damaged. The complainant wanted to document the incident for his landlord.

 

Officers responded to an East Red Bank Avenue residence for a suspicious incident. The homeowners advised upon their return home they deactivated their alarm and went to work in the back yard. Later as they were going out they observed all the windows to the home to be unlocked.  They believe while they were in the yard, unknown actor/s entered the home and unlocked the windows to return later. The windows were relocked and the alarm reset. Officers will maintain added patrols in the area.

 

A 38 year old Woodbury resident reported he lost his wallet at an unknown location. He was advised a report would be on file and if the wallet was located, police would contact him.

 

Police were dispatched to a W.  Barber Avenue for a resident who noticed her neighbor’s back door window was partially broken. She attempted to contact the owner with negative results. Officers also attempted to contact the property owner but were unsuccessful.

 

CVS Pharmacy employees stated a male just shoplifted approximately 11 boxes of Crest White Strips. Employees followed the male observing him enter a vehicle. The vehicle description was given to officers. The store surveillance video shows the male taking the items. Case remains under investigation.

 

Woodbury officers responded to a Green Street residence for an unwanted person. The homeowner stated she would like the male removed from the property. The 47 year old Woodbury resident left the property without incident.

 

Police were dispatched to an East Barber Avenue residence for a dispute. The 29 year old resident and 49 year old resident were arguing and a physical altercation ensued. Both parties were issued summonses for simple assault and occupant standard violations.

 

A 29 year old Woodbury resident reported a group of juveniles were hanging around her car while she was in the Heritage Dairy Store. She stated an IPad computer was stolen from her vehicle. She did not see any of the juveniles enter or exit her vehicle. She was advised to come to headquarters during the week to sign complaints if she wished.

 

Officers were dispatched to a Deptford Avenue residence for a neighbor complaint. The 45 year old resident stated her neighbor’s dog ran across the street onto her property and began barking at her. This incident scared her. She stated she is concerned as her grandchildren play in the yard and the owner does not have control of the dog. The owner, a 41 year old Woodbury resident, denied the dog got out. He was issued a summons for allowing the dog to run at large.

 

A 27 year old Woodbury resident reported to police a harassment complaint regarding her ex-boyfriend. All domestic charges were properly filed.

 

Officers observed a 29 year old Woodbury resident on E. Red Bank Avenue who is known to have an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was stopped and placed under arrest. The male was unable to post bail and was turned over to the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department in default of bail.

 

Woodbury units were dispatched to Woodbury Court apartments for a disturbance. The 40 year old tenant stated the 58 year old West Deptford resident came to his apartment trying to start a fight with him. The property is well posted “No Trespassing”. Complaints for trespassing were issued and the West Deptford resident was advised not to return to the property.

 

Officers responded to the area of S. Broad Street and Aberdeen Place for loud noises in the area. While checking the area officers located a 19 year old male and a 48 year old male, both Woodbury residents. The 48 year old male attempted to enter the former No. 1 Chinese Restaurant. Officers found the door to the building partially forced open. Inside a large amount of copper piping was located. While speaking to the 19 year old, officers could see in plain view, a large amount of copper piping inside the apartment as well as a hack saw. Both males were placed under arrest and turned over to the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department.

 

A 21 year old Williamstown resident who was discharged from the Underwood Memorial Hospital would not leave the premises. Officers attempted to escort the male from the hospital to his vehicle but he turned around and attempted to return to the Emergency Room. He was then placed under arrest for trespassing. He was taken to headquarters, issued a summons and released. Upon his release he returned back to the hospital. He was charged with defiant trespassing and turned over to the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department in default of bail.

While on a traffic stop it was learned the 25 year old Camden resident had several outstanding warrants for his arrest. Each municipality wished to release the accused on his own recognizance with pending court dates. He was issued his traffic summons and released.

 

A 67 year old Westville resident reported to police the gas cap to her vehicle was damaged by the gas attendant at Luk Oil on N. Broad Street. She was advised to contact the manager and a police report would be on file.

 

Several property owners in the City were issued summonses for failing to register their rental units.

 

Towne Liquors reported to police while reviewing their surveillance video, a male is seen shoplifting a bottle of liquor. The manager stated he could not print a copy of the video but would recognize the male if he saw him again. He will contact police if the male returns to the store.

 

A 41 year old Voorhees resident reported while driving on Cooper Street near Rugby Place, he struck a pot hole causing damage to his vehicle. Officers checked the area where the pot hole was reported and observed the traffic cones marking the pot hole had been moved to the side of the road. County Highway Department was notified.

 

While on a traffic stop, the driver of the vehicle was found to have a suspended driver’s license and an outstanding warrant for his arrest. The 39 year old Mullica Hill resident was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. He was subsequently released on his own recognizance with a new court date and a traffic summons.

 

A 69 year old Woodbury resident reported to police the plywood was ripped off a window to the Pro Shop at the Woodbury Country Club. Officers checked the interior which was negative for anyone inside. The property manager was contacted and advised he would have the window boarded up again.

 

Officers were dispatched to the area of S. Maple and E. Barber for a barking dog complaint. On arrival officers could hear the dog continuously barking. An attempt was made to contact the homeowner but there was no answer at the residence. Appropriate summonses were issued to the homeowner.

 

Officers observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed on N. Broad Street. The vehicle also disregarded several traffic regulations. The vehicle was stopped and the operator was irate and shouting profanities toward officers. The 29 year old Westville resident was issued several traffic summonses as well as a summons for breach of peace.

 

A 28 year old Blackwood resident reported he was assaulted by a 27 year old Woodbury resident in the common hall way of Woodlake Apartments. The accused stated he assaulted the male as he has been told several times to stay away from his apartment. Summonses were issued for trespassing, simple assault and occupant standard violations.

 

While observing traffic on Cooper Street a vehicle was seen traveling at a high rate of speed. Upon making contact with the operator, it was learned there was an outstanding warrant for the arrest of the 39 year old Westville resident. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. She was later released on her own recognizance with a new court date and her traffic summons.

 

While on a traffic stop it was learned the registered owner had a suspended driver’s license and several outstanding active warrants for his arrest. The 46 year old Woodbury resident was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. The accused was able to post bail and was released with his traffic summons.

 

A 29 year old Wenonah resident was stopped in his motor vehicle. He was found to have several outstanding warrants. He was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. The accused was able to post bail and was released pending court.

 

Officers observed two males crossing at the corner of S. Broad and W. Centre Street against the traffic signal causing vehicles to stop abruptly to avoid striking them. Both were issued summonses for improper crossing of the roadway. The 30 year old Woodbury resident was found to have several outstanding warrants for his arrest. Search incident to arrest found the accused to be in possession of CDS paraphernalia. He was unable to post bail and was turned over to the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department in default.

 

A 21 year old Clayton resident reported her motor vehicle stolen on N. Evergreen Avenue. Further investigation revealed the vehicle had been repossessed.

 

Woodbury units were dispatched to a N. Broad Street residence for an unwanted person. This was the third call on this date and the accused was not at the residence. On arrival the accused was in the residence stating he had been invited. The accused had an outstanding warrant for violation of parole and was placed under arrest. Additional charges of disorderly conduct and occupant standard violation were signed against both parties. The accused was turned over to the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department.

 

A 35 year old Wenonah resident reported someone took a laptop computer from her vehicle while it was parked on Laurel Street. The complainant stated she was certain her vehicle was locked but there is no damage to the vehicle. The laptop computer was entered into NCIC as stolen.

 

Officers responded to a Hopkins Street residence for a vehicle that was broken into. Various items were taken from the vehicle. It appeared the actor/s entered through an unlocked door. There were no surfaces in or outside the vehicle to collect latent prints. Incident continues to be under investigation.

 

While on a traffic stop the driver was found to have an outstanding warrant for her arrest as well as her driver’s license being suspended. The 19 year old Mt. Royal resident was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. She was released on her own recognizance with a pending court date and her traffic summonses.

 

 

 

 
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