Activity Report

Calls for Service October 31, 2011

Officers observed a 27 year old Sewell resident crossing S. Broad Street against the traffic signal. Upon learning the male’s identification, it was learned an active warrant was outstanding. The male was placed under arrest. At headquarters he was found to be in possession of CDS. He was subsequently charged, served with his summonses and released on his own recognizance for the warrant pending court.

 

Police were dispatched to N. Broad Street for an out of control female.  On arrival the 22 year old Camden female was standing in front of the residence screaming and yelling at a 23 year old Woodbury male. Officers were unable to calm the subject down and she was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct. She was served with her summons and released.

 

A Glover Street resident reported during the Halloween trick or treating hours, unknown actor/s entered the vestibule of his home through the storm door and took the entire bowl of candy then ran away. The resident does not know who would have done this but wanted the incident documented.

 

A 20 year old Woodbury resident stated she believes her identity may have been stolen. She has learned of a traffic warrant for her arrest from a municipality in Northern New Jersey, an area to which she has never been. She was advised to attend court and attempt to resolve the matter.

 

Police were dispatched to a Progress Avenue residence for a possible domestic incident. The complainant was advised of her rights under domestic violence and how to go about signing complaints with the court clerk’s office. She did not wish to pursue the matter at this time.

 

The Hand Surgery and Rehab Center contacted the police department in reference to a belligerent patient. Due to the abusive behavior of the patient, they have decided to discontinue services. The 57 year old Marlton resident continues to call the office.  Officers made contact with the accused and advised him to cease all contact with the physician’s offices. He stated he understood.

 

A White House Apartment complex resident contacted the police regarding blatant use of CDS in the common hallway of the complex. The resident stated there is a lot of foot traffic and the hallways are dark in the morning hours. Officers searched the common hallway area with negative results for any CDS activity. The landlord was notified in regard to having the lights stay on until sunrise.

 

Bridgeton Barracks of the New Jersey State Police contacted headquarters regarding an outstanding warrant for a 25 year old Woodbury resident. Officers responded to the residence and placed the female under arrest for the outstanding warrant. She was turned over to Troopers from the Bridgeton Barracks.

 

A 58 year old Woodbury resident reported to police she had hired a 43 year old Woodbury resident to aid in the care of her elderly parent. It was learned the subject had used the patient’s credit card numerous times and unknown amounts of cash are missing. Incident remains under investigation.

 

The manager of Walgreen’s Pharmacy reported two male subjects entered the store and when they left, the alarm activated. It is unknown what was taken from the store. He will call the police if either of the males return to the store or if it is learned exactly what was taken.

 

A 53 year old Sicklerville resident was placed under arrest in the lobby of police headquarters on an outstanding warrant. The subject was released on his own recognizance with a new court date.

 

While on a motor vehicle traffic stop, officers learned the driver of the vehicle had two active warrants for his arrest. The 36 year old Drexel Hill, Pa. resident was placed under arrest. He was later released on his own recognizance with a new court date and his traffic summons.

 

A Lafayette Avenue resident reported during the overnight hours, some unknown actor/s released the air out of all four of the tires on his vehicle. He stated he has no idea who may have done this. He was advised a report would be on file and to contact the police department if he should learn any new information regarding the accused.

 

 

 

Calls for Service October 27, 2011

A 24 year old Woodbury resident was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

 

Officers responded to the Adult Day Care Center for a disturbance. No complaints are going to be pursued.

 

A off duty West Deptford police officer advised a male was on N. Broad Street looking into unoccupied parked vehicles and asking citizens for change as they walked by. Officers located a 33 year old West Deptford resident who was positively identified by the West Deptford officer as the accused. An active outstanding warrant was also located on the accused. He was placed under arrest, served with his summons and released to the custody of Gloucester Township Police Department on their warrant.

 

The property manager of Woodbury Court Apartments contacted police regarding two subjects seen on the surveillance video entering one of the apartments. Both subjects have been advised previously they are not permitted on the property. Both received written notice of the ban as well as the tenants of the apartment. All parties were charged with occupant standard violations. Trespassing charges were also filed against the 49 year old female and 54 year old male, both of Woodbury.

 

 

 

Calls for Service October 26, 2011

Woodbury units were dispatched to a Leona Avenue residence for a possible domestic violence incident. Domestic violence rights were given and charges were subsequently made.

 

A 27 year old Woodbury resident advised police she thought she left her cell phone in a store on S. Broad Street. When she returned the phone was not there. The employee advised he did not have access to the surveillance video but would have the day manager see if anything appears on the video.

 

Officers observed two Woodbury residents in an area of S. Broad Street clearly marked no trespassing. The subjects were approached and each identified themselves. Both were advised of the violation. Each were issued a summons for defiant trespass. They were released pending court.

 

While on patrol officers observed a 49 year old male cross S. Broad Street in the area of E. Barber Avenue against the traffic signal. While doing so, several vehicles had to come to an abrupt stop to avoid striking the pedestrian. As officers approached the male, he immediately became irate using profanities. He was advised several times to stop using profanity. An active warrant was also located. The male was placed under arrest. He was later released on his own recognizance along with a summons for breach of peace and two traffic summonses.

 

A concerned citizen flagged down officers in regard to a broken window at St. Patrick’s Church. Officers observed the front slider window glass was broken out. The glass had already been cleaned up. A message was left for the caretaker. It does not appear entry was made to the building.

 

Police were dispatched to a Carpenter Street residence for a family disturbance. On arrival residents advised it was just a verbal argument and everything was okay. They were advised to contact the police if there were any further problems.

 

Officers were dispatched to Woodlake Apartment for a damage to property complaint. Police were advised children were playing with a metal curtain rod and it struck the rear window of her vehicle causing it to shatter. She stated she would speak with the children’s guardian.

 

A 28 year old Paulsboro resident came into police headquarters to report his mother used his information to obtain services from Comcast without his knowledge. The account is now in arrears. The complainant was advised of his right to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

While on a motor vehicle traffic stop, officers were advised the driver of the vehicle, a 20 year old Newfield resident had an outstanding active warrant. She was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. She was later released on her own recognizance with a new court date.

 

Officers were dispatched to a Laurel Street residence for a criminal mischief complaint. The resident advised police someone urinated on the side of his vehicle. The complainant stated if he found any further information on the accused, he would contact the police.

 

 

 

Calls for Service October 25, 2011

A 56 year old Thorofare resident reported to police he lost his wallet in the Evergreen Square. He later notified the department the wallet was located.

 

A 28 year old Paulsboro resident was placed under arrest for driving while intoxicated.

 

Officers responded to a Laurel Street residence for a criminal mischief complaint. Unknown actor/s smashed a pumpkin against the front door of his residence.

 

Woodbury units were dispatched to Green Street for a report of a strong armed robbery. The 25 year old male victim stated he stopped to help two men who looked like their car had broken down. He was assaulted as they took his wallet, cell phone and medication. The 25 year old female victim stated her cell phone was taken. Officers were unable to locate the described suspects at this time. Investigation is ongoing.

 

Officers observed a 29 year old Camden male on a property on S. Broad Street posted No Trespassing. Upon speaking with the male, he identified himself and stated he did not live in any of the apartments. He was advised his was trespassing. A warrant was located to be active and the male was placed under arrest. He was unable to post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default.

 

A 50 year old Brooklawn resident advised police he felt his 89 year old father was a victim of an attempted fraud while in the City of Woodbury. Incident continues to be under investigation.

 

Officers responded to police headquarters to take a report of lost property. A 28 year old Bellmawr resident stated she lost her New Jersey driver’s license while at the Acme. She was advised this incident would be documented.

 

The US Armed Forces Recruitment Office reported their vehicle was damaged on S. Broad Street. The driver’s side view mirror was damaged. It is unknown whether a vehicle struck the mirror or if someone damaged it.

 

While on a motor vehicle traffic stop, it was learned the driver of the vehicle had a suspended license as well as an outstanding active warrant. She was placed under arrest. Bail was posted on the warrant and a new court date was given. The 34 year old Swedesboro resident was released with her traffic summonses.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Calls for Service October 24, 2011

After being advised several times by police the park in the area of the Woodbury Child Development Center was closed, a 24 year old Woodbury male continued to walk through the property. He was issued a summons for trespassing.  He was served and released pending court.

 

Officers responded with fire officials to the Colonial Diner regarding a fire safety inspection.

 

While on patrol officers observed several subjects sitting under a pavilion on the side of the Woodbury Child Development Center. The pavilion is posted no trespassing. The subjects were advised why the police were stopping. Two subjects were found to have outstanding warrants. They were placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. All parties were issued a summons for trespassing.

 

Officers observe a male on a property on S. Broad Street posted no trespassing.  Officers approached the male and advised he was on a property posted No Trespassing. Upon identification of the 31 year old Woodbury resident, an outstanding warrant for his arrest was located. Search incident to arrest revealed CDS in his possession. He was subsequently charged accordingly and lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail.

 

While on patrol officers observed a female exit a vehicle and cross N. Broad Street failing to use the designated crossing area causing a traffic hazard. The female was located at the bus stop. Upon her identification it was learned the 26 year old Camden resident had several outstanding active warrants. She was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. Gloucester County Sheriff’s officers responded and the female was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail.

 

Police observed a 48 year old Wenonah resident on Curtis Avenue. It was known the male had several outstanding active warrants. He was placed under arrest. The male could not post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default.

 

Officers sent letter to vehicle owners regarding their abandonment in the city of Woodbury. A follow up will be conducted in ten days.

 

Police responded to the area of N. Broad and Hunter Streets for a female lying down and possibly requiring medical attention. The female appeared to be in a deep sleep. She was awakened. A heavy odor of alcoholic beverage could be detected. The 60 year old Thorofare resident was in possession of a partially consumed bottle of alcohol. Gloucester County EMS took custody of the female and she was transported to Underwood Memorial Hospital. She was issued a summons for open container of alcohol and consumption of alcohol in public.

 

While on patrol officers observed a female crossing over N. Broad Street failing to use the cross walk causing several motor vehicles to stop abruptly to avoid hitting her. The female was holding a bottle wrapped in a paper bag consistent with being an alcoholic beverage. Officers approached the female who identified herself. She admitted to having been drinking the alcohol but it was now in the trash. She was issued a summons for open alcohol in public as well as a traffic summons for improperly crossing the roadway.

 

Police were dispatched to Corsetti’s Pasta Products on N. Evergreen Avenue for a suspicious incident. Corsetti’s has been closed for some time and residents witnessed two males exit the rear of the property carrying what appeared to  be copper piping.  Officers checked the interior of the building and observed copper piping lying on the floor in several areas as well as the building being in total disarray. Efforts to reach the property owner were negative at this time. The building was secured. Incident still under investigation.

 

While on a motor vehicle stop officers determined the driver of the vehicle had an active warrant for his arrest. He was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. At headquarters the driver was released on his own recognizance as well as two traffic summonses.

 

 
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