Calls for Service October 18, 2011
Woodbury units responded to CVS Pharmacy for a shoplifting. Store manager stated a 37 year old Woodbury resident came into the store and signed in with the Pharmacy. She later attempted to leave the store with a child’s toy laptop. The suspect is seen on the store video surveillance leaving the store with a bag of items that were not paid for. Complaints for shoplifting were signed against the accused.
While on another call, officers could hear a loud radio on E. Centre Street coming from the middle of the block. Officers located two males who then turned the music off. Neither male was able to produce identification. It was learned the 48 year old male and the 29 year old male, both Camden residents, had outstanding warrants and were placed under arrest. The 48 year old male could not post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail. The 29 year old male was released on his own recognizance against the warrant and issued a summons for breach of peace.
CVS Pharmacy employees contacted the police with regard to a 22 year old female Woodbury resident who has previously been advised she is not permitted in the store. The female was located wandering about the store. She was issued a summons for defiant trespassing and released. She was once again reminded she is not to be on CVS property.
A 48 year old West Deptford female reported to police she was assaulted by her juvenile son while they were driving through Woodbury. She signed complaints for simple assault with the juvenile court.
An anonymous caller contacted police regarding a 59 year old Paulsboro resident in the area of Railroad Avenue who had outstanding warrants. Officers located the subject who did have active warrants for his arrest. He was released on his own recognizance with new court dates.
A N. Evergreen Avenue resident reported unknown actor/s entered his detached garage and stole his Kawasaki dirt bike. The scene was processed and fingerprints were recovered. Investigation still ongoing.
A 62 year old Gibbstown resident reported she lost her car and house key while at the YMCA. She will advise the police if the keys were located but wanted the incident documented.
Officers were dispatched to a N. Evergreen Avenue residence for a vehicle that had been broken into overnight. The 57 year old victim reported he discovered unknown actor/s entered his unlocked vehicle and removed several items. The victim stated he will supply the police department with the serial numbers for the stolen items.
Officers observed several vehicles throughout the city that appeared to be abandoned. Letters were sent to the registered owners advising them to have the vehicles removed. Follow up will be completed.
Police responded to a W. Centre Street residence for a criminal mischief complaint. The victim stated sometime in the overnight hours unknown actor/s smashed the rear window to his vehicle. The cost to repair the damage is unknown at this time.
Officers were dispatched to Jake’s Thrift Store on N. Broad Street for a shoplifting. Employees noticed a male in the store acting in a suspicious manner. As he left and entered a motor vehicle, an employee observed him throw merchandise underneath the vehicle. All items were returned to the store. The area was checked for the accused with negative results.
Complaints were signed against a 46 year old Woodbury resident for check fraud.
Woodbury units were dispatched to the Woodlake Apartment complex for a dispute between a repossession company and a vehicle owner. The vehicle owner and the complainant were able to come to a resolution on their own.
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