Activity Report

Calls for Service November 22, 2011

While on a traffic stop, officers learned the 30 year old operator had a suspended license and various outstanding active warrants. He was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. At headquarters he was turned over to East Greenwich Township Police Department on their warrant and released with traffic summonses.

 

A 21 year old Swedesboro resident reported her tires were damaged while driving on Delaware Street. She struck the transition in the road and caused her tires to unseat and loose air.

 

A 25 year old Cherry Hill resident was arrested on N. Broad Street for driving under the influence.

 

A Girard Street resident reported she hit a large pot hole surrounding the man hole cover on Delaware Street. The rear passenger tire subsequently went flat.

 

Officers responded to the rear of a property on Delaware Street for a theft from a motor vehicle. The owner of the vehicle, a 27 year old Woodbury resident, reported his two GPS systems were stolen from his vehicle. The complainant stated he thought he had locked his vehicle but it was open upon his return. There were no signs of forced entry.

 

Officers responded to Underwood Memorial Hospital for a patient in the Crisis Unit making threats against a 37 year old Woodbury resident. The victim was notified of the threats being made. She stated if the accused contacts her or comes to her office, she will notify the police immediately.

 

While on a motor vehicle stop it was revealed the operator had a suspended NJ driver’s license as well as an active warrant. The 45 year old Woodbury resident was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. At headquarters he was released on his own recognizance on the warrant, issued his traffic summonses and released.

 

Calls for Service November 21, 2011

A 48 year old Woodbury resident turned himself into police on outstanding warrants. All notifications were made for the accused to be extradited back to California.

 

A resident of N. Evergreen Avenue contacted police with regard to a suspicious person. The resident stated they heard a loud bang and observed a male running from Tarrach’s Service Center. The glass front door to the business was smashed and broken glass was scattered at the bottom of the door. No entry was made. Officers checked the area for the accused as described but met with negative results.

 

An E. Barber Avenue resident contacted police regarding his neighbor making excessive noise.  Officers did not hear any noise coming from the apartment in question. Both parties advised they have been in contact with the landlord and will attempt to resolve their issues with him.

 

Police observed a 31 year old Glassboro resident exit Towne Liquors with a black plastic bag and then walk toward City parking lot #1. While doing so, he was drinking from the bag. He was approached by officers and advised of his violation. He was issued a summons for drinking alcohol in public.

 

While on a traffic stop, officers learned the operator of the vehicle had an outstanding warrant. He was released on his own recognizance at the scene. He was issued a motor vehicle summons and sent on his way.

 

A 30 year old Mantua female resident advised police she was assaulted by the attendant at the East Coast Gas. She stated as she was counting out change to pay her bill, the attendant grabbed her arm and began to yell at her. Officers responded to East Coast Gas and attempted to speak to the attendant who speaks only broken English. The victim was advised of the procedures to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

A 63 year old Mantua resident reported to police her purse was taken from her while she was in Underwood Memorial Hospital. Her credit card was subsequently used in Camden and Woodbury Heights. She was advised to notify each police department of the fraud and to cancel any credit card.

 

Officers were dispatched to a N. Broad Street residence for an animal complaint. The 32 year old resident reported over the last 6 months she has had several dead cats in front of her home. She does not know if they were struck by vehicles. Public Works was contacted to pick up the animal.

 

While on a traffic stop, officers learned the operator was a suspended driver and had an outstanding warrant. He was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. He was released on his own recognizance on the warrant, issued several motor vehicle summonses and released from custody.

 

 

 

Calls for Service November 18-20, 2011

A 24 year old Marlton resident, manager of Domino’s, flagged officers down for a criminal mischief to her vehicle. Her front windshield of her vehicle was shattered but relatively intact. She suspects a former employee who had been fired. If he returns to the store, she will contact police.

 

Underwood Memorial Hospital personnel turned over CDS paraphernalia located on a patient. The patient was charged and served with her summons while at Underwood Memorial Hospital.

 

During a traffic stop, officers detected the odor of burnt marijuana. The driver denied any knowledge of any CDS in his vehicle. The passenger, a 19 year old Deptford resident stated she had been smoking marijuana earlier. Located in her possession was CDS paraphernalia. She was placed under arrest and charged with possession of CDS paraphernalia. She was released pending court.

 

While on a traffic stop it was learned the driver of the vehicle had an outstanding warrant. The 52 year old Woodbury resident was placed under arrest. He was later released on his own recognizance pending court.

 

Autumn Wood Apartments manager contacted police regarding a surveillance video showing a male taking sections of copper gutters and putting them into his vehicle. A copy of the surveillance video will be made for the police. Investigation to continue.

 

Underwood Memorial Hospital Crisis unit staff located CDS paraphernalia on a patient. The 40 year old Somerdale resident was served with her summons for possession of CDS paraphernalia.

 

Officers responded to the Woodlake Apartment complex for two females fighting. It was learned the fight was over a child custody order. Summonses were issued for disorderly conduct, trespassing and occupant standard violations.

 

Officers were dispatched to Underwood Memorial Hospital for a patient in police custody assaulting hospital staff. Staff stated the patient attempted to bite them and was screaming profanities.  The 32 year old Westville resident was charged with simple assault and disorderly conduct.

 

Woodbury units responded to a Laurel Street residence for a burglary. Taken from the home was jewelry and collectable coins. It appears entrance was made from a broken basement window. Incident continues to be under investigation.

 

 

A 46 year old Woodbury resident contacted police in regard to outstanding warrants for his arrest. He was placed under arrest for the warrants and taken to police headquarters. At headquarters he was released on his own recognizance pending a new court date.

 

While on foot patrol behind the Woodlake Apartment complex, officers located a 28 year old Blackwood resident who jumped the fence onto Woodlake Apartment property. He stated he was taking a short cut to visit with his children. The tenant at the complex verified he was coming to visit the children. He was issued a summons for being in the park after dark.

 

Officers were dispatched to the 800 block of N. Broad Street for a theft from a motor vehicle. A Blackwood resident who was in the parking lot, observed the male around the vehicle, then leave in a van. Description of the vehicle was given to Woodbury units who located the vehicle on S. Broad Street. The 44 year old Swedesboro resident was in possession of a pocketbook stolen from the vehicle. He was placed under arrest for the theft and criminal mischief as he broke the passenger side window in order to gain access to the vehicle.

 

A 53 year old Woodbury resident contacted police regarding harassing telephone calls he has been receiving. He was advised the incident would be documented and of the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

A 32 year old Woodbury resident was observed crossing against the traffic signal at S. Broad and E. Centre Streets causing traffic to stop abruptly. The subject had been previously warned this same night for the same offense. He was issued a summons for obstructing a public roadway.

 

Officers were dispatched to an E. Barber Avenue residence for a domestic violence assault. The victim was advised of his rights under domestic violence.  He refused medical attention. Officers signed a complaint against the accused who remains at large.

 

Police responded to a S. Barber Avenue residence for a landlord/tenant dispute. The complainant, a 24 year old West Deptford resident, wanted the incident documented for civil court.

 

A Deptford Avenue resident advised police he parked his vehicle in his driveway but is not sure that it was locked. When he returned his wallet and Ipod were missing. A passerby located the wallet on the ground not far from the victim’s home. All its contents were intact. He was advised to double check with his credit card companies to make sure there were no fraudulent purchased made on his account. He will bring the serial number of the Ipod to police headquarters.

 

While on patrol officers located a 22 year old Sicklerville female with an active warrant for her arrest. She was transported to police headquarters and later released on her own recognizance with a new court date.

 

Officers were dispatched to N. Evergreen Avenue for a criminal mischief to a vehicle. It appears there was a verbal telephone argument between two females. When the 26 year old Woodbury resident returned to her vehicle, she saw the rear driver’s side tire was flat. It was also learned the victim had an outstanding warrant for her arrest. She was placed under arrest and taken to police headquarters. She was later released on her own recognizance with a new court date. She was also advised she could sign complaints with the court clerk’s office in regard to her vehicle’s tire being flattened.

 

A 57 year old Woodbury resident reported to police he lost his wallet while running to the bus stop. He was advised to contact his credit card companies and to go to DMV for a new license.

 

Officers responded to the Woodlake Apartments for a noise complaint. The 52 year old tenant was playing his music very loud. When asked to turn it down, he became angry and unreasonable. He finally turned the music down. He was issued a summons for breach of peace.

 

While on a motor vehicle stop it was learned the 28 year old Ridley Park, Pa. resident had an outstanding traffic warrant. He was released on his own recognizance at the scene with a pending court date.

 

Officers sent warning letters to the owners of several vehicles that appear to be abandoned. A follow up will be conducted in ten days.

 

WaWa store employees stated several juveniles came into the store and shoplifting candy and potato chips. The description of the juveniles was given to officers. A check of the area for the juveniles was negative at this time. Employees stated if the juveniles return, they will contact police.

 

Officers were dispatched to a Dare Street residence for a domestic violence incident. Each party was advised of their rights under domestic violence.

 

A 33 year old Woodbury resident has been receiving harassing telephone calls from her father. She was advised of her domestic violence rights and transported to Family Court.

 

A 24 year old West Deptford resident reported his vehicle was broken into while he was parked behind the Woodbury City Hall. When he returned to his vehicle, he discovered his wallet was missing. He was advised on how to begin the process of getting new identification and the report would be on file.

 

 

 

 

 

Calls for Service November 17, 2011

Woodbury units were dispatched to the Woodlake Apartments for an assault. On arrival it was learned this was a case of domestic violence. The victim was advised of his rights under domestic violence. A 22 year old Woodbury resident was placed under arrest for aggravated assault under domestic violence. He was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail.

 

A 29 year old Denver, Colorado resident was placed under arrest for driving under the influence. Case is pending court.

 

Officers were flagged down by a 48 year old Woodbury resident who stated he was assaulted while at his friend’s residence on Hopkins Street. In speaking with the accused, he stated he wanted the male out of his apartment and denied ever assaulting the victim. The victim was advised a report would be on file and of the procedures to sign a complaint with the court clerk’s office.

 

Police received a report of an erratic driver in the area of S. Evergreen Avenue. The described vehicle was located and officers performed a traffic stop. The 25 year old Washington, DC resident stated he was trying to use his GPS while driving. It was further learned the driver had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was placed under arrest and later released on his own recognizance. He was issued several traffic summonses.

 

A 36 year old Woodbury Heights resident was observed on S. Broad Street. It was known to officers of his outstanding warrants for his arrest. He was approached and placed under arrest. He was unable to post bail and was turned over to the Camden County Sheriff’s Department.

 

Officers were dispatched to a Spring Street residence for a theft of a bicycle. The bicycle description was given to police. The area was searched with negative results.

 

Police responded to a Glover Street residence for a theft of power washer parts. The resident stated she had let her neighbor borrow the power washer and they then entered her yard, replacing pieces of her power washer with broken parts. Complaints are pending.

 

An E. Barber Avenue resident reported to police his neighbor’s air conditioning unit was taken from his yard. He observed a truck backed into the lot next door and the subjects took the unit. The complainant stated he would advise his neighbor and have him contact the police if in fact a theft occurred.

 

A South Woodland Avenue resident reported to police her vehicle was damaged by an unknown actor/s. The front passenger side door area was struck and the side rear view mirror was broken. The cost to repair or replace the damage is not known at this time.

 

The superintendent of Woodbury Court Apartments came to police headquarters regarding a criminal mischief complaint. The surveillance video showed a 28 year old Wenonah resident kick the door to one of the apartments. He wished to pursue complaints for criminal mischief.

 

A 55 year old Thorofare resident reported to officers she was harassed by a 47 year old Swedesboro resident while she was in the Acme Market. The complainant will contact the police if she sees the accused again.  Investigation is ongoing at this time.

 

A 30 year old Pitman resident advised police she was having child custody issues with her ex-boyfriend, a 31 year old Woodbury resident. She was advised of her domestic violence rights and does not wish to pursue complaints at this time.

 

Calls for Service November 16, 2011

 

While on patrol officers observed a 53 year old Woodbury resident urinating on the side of a building on S. Broad Street. He was issued a summons and released.

 

A 26 year old Woodbury resident reported to police her old roommates would not return her property. Contact was made with the roommate who stated the female stilled owed her rent monies. The complainant was advised of the response and her right to sign a complaint with the court clerk’s office.

 

 

A 50 year old Glendora resident responded to police headquarters to report a credit card fraud. He stated his father’s credit card was stolen by his ex-wife and her daughter. He was advised of the procedures to follow with the credit card company and to sign complaints.

 

A 34 year old Wenonah resident advised police she was having trouble getting her ex-husband to cooperate in the child custody plan set up by Family Court. She was advised to return to family court to file a complaint and document the incident.

 

A 23 year old Woodbury resident stated her boyfriend, a 33 year old Camden resident took her EBT card from her vehicle and used it. She was advised of the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 
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