While on a traffic stop, the 20 year old Deptford resident operator was found to have outstanding warrants for his arrest. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. He was issued several motor vehicle summonses and released on his own recognizance on the warrants with a new court date.
Officers stopped a vehicle on N. Maple Street for a traffic violation. The operator, a 40 year old Woodbury resident, provided his name and stated he did not have a driver’s license. Further investigation revealed the accused provided a false name. Warrants were located for the accused and he was placed under arrest. He was unable to post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default.
A 45 year old Hemlock Terrace resident was observed using his leaf blower machine in the late evening hours. He was advised of the proper time frame to operate lawn maintenance equipment. He was issued a summons for the loud noise violation.
Police were dispatched to the Woodlake Apartment Complex for a report of an assault. The 30 year old resident advised she and her neighbor got into an argument which turned physical. When she advised the 27 year old female she was contacting the police, the accused fled the area. The victim was advised of the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.
Officers were dispatched to a Curtis Avenue residence for a complaint of harassment. The complainant stated she felt the father of her child was threatening her via text. The 26 year old Mullica Hill resident arrived on scene and was advised to stop all contact with the complainant. He stated he understood. The 28 year old Woodbury resident was advised of the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.
Officers located a 22 year old Woodbury resident attempting to ride a dirt bike on the footbridge behind Woodbury High School. The male was advised of the “no trespassing” signs and the fact he could not ride the bike on the school property. He was issued a summons for trespassing.
A Harrison Street resident reported to police some unknown actor/s damaged the paint on her vehicle. She stated this is the second time her vehicle was damaged.
A 23 year old Elkton, Md resident was advised her vehicle was involved in a motor vehicle crash. The occupants of the vehicle fled the scene. She stated she must have dropped her keys as she was coming into house. No one had permission to operate her vehicle. Witnesses to the motor vehicle crash provided descriptions of the occupants to police officers. Incident continues to be under investigation.
Police responded to Capn’s Corner for an unwanted person. On arrival officers were advised the male subject was intoxicated and in the rear yard of a residence on Hesters Avenue. The accused was located and taken to his residence. While there he became uncooperative, screaming and yelling profanities. Woodbury Heights Police officers issued a summons for disorderly conduct.
Officers were dispatched to a Leeds Place residence for an activated burglar alarm. On arrival the front door to the residence was open. In checking the interior, no one was inside. A variety of CDS and CDS paraphernalia were located in plain view. All items were taken into custody. The occupant of the residence was issued summonses for possession of CDS and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A 20 year old Woodbury resident was placed under arrest for shoplifting at the CVS Pharmacy. Employees observed the female take perfume items and place them in her purse. The accused was served with her complaint and released from custody.
Woodbury Court Apartments property manager contacted police regarding two individuals being on the property after they have been advised not to return. Both parties had been served with a written no trespassing notice. Complaints were signed against a 54 year old male and a 49 year old female, both Woodbury residents, for trespassing.
A 34 year old Woodbury resident was involved in a physical altercation with another 32 year old Deptford resident. The accused was extremely belligerent and uncooperative with officers. While being treated at the hospital emergency room, the accused continued yelling and screaming profanities at the hospital staff. He was issued criminal complaints and lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail.
Underwood Memorial Hospital staff advised a patient left the hospital possibly with an IV needle still in his arm. Staff stated the patient only needed to return to have the IV removed. Woodbury units checked the area but were unable to locate anyone.
Officers spoke with a Vineland resident and a Woodbury resident regarding child custody issues.
A Holroyd Place resident reported some time in the overnight hours, unknown persons put a nail in the front tire of his vehicle. He was advised a report would be on file.
A 32 year old Collingswood resident reported to police her father, a 55 year old Woodbury resident refused to give her the title to her vehicle. The vehicle is titled in the daughter’s name. Officers were able to mediate the situation and the title was given to the rightful owner.
A 25 year old Mays Landing resident spoke with officers regarding child custody issues he is experiencing. He was advised the incident would be on file for documentation.
An off duty Woodbury police officer reported a male loitering in the area of the Colonial Diner asking patrons for money. The description was given to officers who located the male. The 28 year old Westville resident was identified, advised of his violation and the fact there were two active warrants for his arrest. He was released on his own recognizance and issued a summons for Breach of Peace.
While checking the area behind Evergreen Square officers located a 50 year old Pennsauken resident who stated he spent the night in the woods. He stated he did have a bus pass and was directed to the closest bus stop. He was served with a summons for trespassing on private property and released.
A 31 year old Woodbury resident reported to police a possible scam attempt through her bank account. She was advised to contact her bank and advise them of the possible scam. She was also advised not to send anyone any money.
While on a motor vehicle traffic stop, it was learned the 30 year old Gloucester City resident had a suspended driver’s license and several outstanding warrants for his arrest. He was placed under arrest and turned over to the NJ State Police.
Underwood Memorial Hospital contacted police regarding an inmate who assaulted a corrections officer while in the hospital. The inmate was attempting to escape custody. The correction officer was able to maintain custody and suffered injuries from the scuffle. The inmate was additionally charged with aggravated assault and escape.