Activity Report

Calls for Service October 14-16, 2011

Officers responded to Delaware Street for a dispute. A 24 year old Turnersville resident and a 20 year old Deptford resident were involved in a verbal dispute. Each party was issued a summons for disorderly conduct.

 

Police were dispatched to E. Barber Avenue for a verbal argument. A 25 year old male and a 29 year old male were arguing and fighting. Neither party wished to pursue complaints at this time. Further investigation revealed the males were not on the lease at the rental unit. They were both issued a summons for occupant standards.

 

A 50 year old Woodbury resident reported to police he is being harassed by his neighbor, a 46 year old Woodbury resident. At this time, the complainant only wanted the incident documented.

 

Four juveniles were located behind the Durand Academy Thrift store reportedly breaking glass. Officers stayed while the juveniles cleaned up the glass and awaited the arrival of their parents. No complaints at this time.

 

Officers observed a 33 year old National Park resident sitting in the woods drinking an alcoholic beverage. Upon contact with the subject it was learned there was an active warrant for his arrest. He was placed under arrest and turned over to the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department. Subject was also issued a summons for open container in public.

 

A 22 year old Westville resident was charged with driving while intoxicated.

 

Police were dispatched to Packard Avenue for an unwanted person. The owner of the property stated the 41 year old male was permitted to be at the property. She advised the complainant of her wishes. The male was allowed access to the property.

 

Officers observed a 28 year old Woodbury resident loitering on S. Broad Street. A check with County dispatch revealed an outstanding warrant for her arrest. She was released on her own recognizance with a new court date.

 

Police observed a 26 year old Blackwood resident on S. Broad Street drinking from an alcoholic container. Further investigation revealed outstanding active warrants for his arrest. He was placed under arrest. Accused was also found to be in possession of CDS. He was issued a summons for possession of CDS and open container of alcohol. He was released on bail with a new court date.

 

While on patrol in the High Street area, officers observed a 22 year old Westville resident drinking alcoholic beverages on the street. He was issued a summons for open alcohol in public. The alcohol was properly disposed of in the trash.

 

Police were dispatched to the area of S. Broad Street and Barber Avenue for a male soliciting money from citizens. Officers located a 53 year old Swedesboro resident who admitted he was soliciting funds. He was issued a summons for breach of peace and released.

 

Police observed a vehicle in the area of E. Centre Street playing music extremely loud in his vehicle. The music being played had many profanities and could be heard by residents and small children in the area. The subject was issued a summons for breach of peace and advised to turn the music down.

 

Officers recovered a motor vehicle stolen out of Camden in the area of N. Evergreen Avenue. The vehicle was unoccupied. Camden City Police were notified of the recovery.

 

Officers were dispatched to the High Street area for neighbors arguing. Words were exchanged between the 30 year old and 45 year old Woodbury residents. They were advised of their rights to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

Towne Liquor Store on S. Broad Street reported graffiti was done on the side of the building. The owner did not have any suspects at this time as this is a high traffic area. He will have the graffiti removed.

 

Officers observed a 38 year old Glassboro resident riding a bicycle without proper lighting in the evening hours. A warrant check on the subject revealed an active warrant. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters he was released on his own recognizance with a new court date as well as a summons for not having lights on his bicycle.

 

While on patrol officers observed a vehicle in the southbound lane of S. Broad Street pull over and block the crosswalk. The driver exited a store and spoke with officers. The 26 year old Woodbury resident did not have identification on his person. As his correct identification was revealed, it was learned there were several outstanding active warrants for his arrest. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. He was issued his summonses and turned over to Camden City Police Department.

 

Officers confronted a 42 year old Camden resident after observing him improperly cross N. Broad Street by Red Bank Avenue. Upon identification it was learned there was an active warrant for his arrest. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. The subject was found to have CDS paraphernalia in his possession. He was issued his summonses and turned over to Haddon Township Police Department.

 

A 31 year old Woodbury resident was observed improperly crossing Route 45 in the area of Courtland Street, obstructing traffic while doing so. The subject initially used false information to identify himself. His proper identity was found as well as an active warrant. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. He was issued his summonses for hindering apprehension and improper crossing. He was also released on his own recognizance on the outstanding warrants with new court dates.

 

Officers observed a 49 year old Woodbury resident known to have an outstanding warrant on S. Broad Street. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. He was later released on his own recognizance with a new court date.

 

A Rugby Street residence contacted the police regarding a vehicle blocking his driveway. As he confronted the driver of the vehicle, she stated she was only picking up her child from school. The complainant was advised of the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

Kline Construction advised police a traffic sign was stolen from their site. The sign was on the west side of the street and is valued at approximately $150.00.

 

Calls for Service October 13, 2011

 

A 68 year old Woodbury resident contacted the police regarding a neighbor complaint. Both parties were advised not to confront one another and to contact the police if the problem persists.

 

Officers were dispatched to Garden State Fuel for a fraud complaint. The complainant stated she gave the attendant her debit card for gas but did not receive the gas. Her card was charged for the amount. The attendant stated the card was not approved. The victim was advised of the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

Officers observed a 20 year old Woodbury resident on his bicycle creating a traffic hazard, weaving around vehicles and crossing S. Broad Street inappropriately. He was stopped on S. Broad Street. The subject provided a false name. His true identity was learned. He was charged with hindering and improper crossing.

 

Police responded to Cash for Gold for a suspicious incident. The basement door to the business appeared to have been tampered with. Investigation revealed another tenant was attempting to use the door. No cause for police action.

 

Officers observed a 54 year old Sewell resident looking through trash placed on West Street. He was approached by officers and identified. He was issued a summons for improper removal of trash and released with a pending court date.

 

Calls for Service October 12, 2011

 

A 44 year old Walnut Street resident came into headquarters regarding credit card theft/fraud. The complainant had already cancelled her debit card and was advised to notify the police of any further suspicious activity in her account. This incident is still under investigation.

 

Officers were dispatched to an Edith Avenue residence for a theft of jewelry. The resident advised police she wanted the incident documented. She will contact the police if her suspected guest returns to her home. This incident is under further investigation.

 

First Choice Tires reported unknown actor/s burglarized the compressor trailer on the property. Miscellaneous hand tools were taken. The owner will make a copy of the video surveillance and supply it to the police department for further investigation.

 

Calls for Service October 7-11, 2011

Police responded to E. Barber Avenue for two missing puppies. While checking the area, a notification was made Animal Control was in possession of the dogs.

 

Officers were dispatched to a Cooper Street apartment for an open door to an apartment that should have been vacant. Officers checked the interior and no one was inside. The door was secured.

 

A vehicle on Holroyd Place was stickered as abandoned. The registration expired in January 2011. The registered owner was sent a summons for the unregistered vehicle. Officers will follow up in 48 hours.

 

Officers responded to Crown Fried Chicken for a disturbance. Complainant stated while he was inside the restaurant, an unknown male was videotaping inside the store. He asked the male not to tape him and an argument ensued. The unknown male fled the area.

 

Police were dispatched to Aberdeen Place for a possible domestic incident. The female caller stated she only wanted to get her personal belongings from the apartment she shared with her boyfriend. She was able to obtain her things without any further incident.

 

A 36 year old Woodbury resident was observed purchasing alcoholic beverages and supplying them to underage persons. She was placed under arrest. The alcoholic beverages were taken into evidence, photographed and destroyed. The accused was issued her summonses and released.

 

A 32 year old Woodbury resident advised police she is being harassed on Facebook. She was advised if she could obtain the information on the accused, she could sign complaints with the court clerk’s office. She will contact the police if there are any further issues.

 

An E. Barber Avenue resident reported some unknown actor/s entered her vehicle during the overnight hours. The face plate to the radio was taken as well as her cell phone. She was advised to contact the police if she discovers anything else to be missing and to keep her vehicle locked at all times.

 

Underwood Memorial Hospital Emergency Room personnel advised a patient was admitted with CDS in his possession. The substance appeared to be heroin. A complaint summons was issued and the accused was in the custody of the hospital.

 

A 58 year old Woodbury resident was observed urinating in public. He was issued his summons.

 

While on patrol officers could hear a base radio getting louder as a vehicle approached. Officers made contact with the driver who failed to have any identification on his person. Officers also observed an open, partially consumed bottle of alcohol in the vehicle. The driver was detained and transported to headquarters for positive identification purposes. He was issued summons for breach of peace for the loud radio, possession of an open container and disorderly conduct as well as motor vehicle summonses.

 

A former Woodbury resident reported her property in here is vacant and up for sale. As her maintenance worker went to the home he noticed the front door knob to be missing. The door was locked with a dead bolt so entry was not gained. Extra patrols will be in the area.

 

A Burholme Avenue resident reported his lawn mower stolen. He had been cutting the lawn and the mower overheated. While it was cooling down, a 61 year old Woodbury resident removed the lawn mower from the property. The mower was recovered and the accused was issued a summons for theft.

 

Officers responded to the CVS Pharmacy parking lot for a vehicle having been entered. The complainant stated his vehicle was parked in the lot while he was working in the store. His wallet and sunglasses were taken. He was advised to contact his bank and have a hold put on his account.

 

Police were dispatched to the area of Walgreen’s Pharmacy for a 24 year old male who stated a vehicle tried to run him off the road. He stated he was jogging on S. Broad Street when a vehicle full of people rode by yelling at him. The operator of the vehicle made a sharp motion toward his side of the street changing lanes and appearing as though it would hit him. The vehicle was located and the driver was issued a summons for disorderly person as well as numerous motor vehicle summonses.

 

An Edith Avenue resident reported she is taking care of a dog for a friend but the dog has attempted to bite them numerous times and she wants it removed. Animal Control was contacted however refused to pick up the dog. Animal Control advised the resident to bring the dog to the shelter.

 

Officers spoke with personnel and managers at the Wells Fargo Bank regarding an elderly customer they feel may be a victim of theft. Wells Fargo will continue following up to safeguard this account and their customer.

 

Police responded to a West Street residence for a criminal mischief that occurred in the overnight hours. The complainant stated her vehicle tires were slashed. She was advised a report would be on file and to contact the police if she had any further problems or information to assist in the investigation.

 

A 48 year old Deptford resident was observed urinating in public on Cooper Street. County communications advised the subject has several outstanding warrants for his arrest. The accused was unable to post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default.

 

A 56 year old Woodbury resident was observed drinking alcohol in public while on S. Broad Street. County Communications advised of an outstanding warrant for his arrest. The accused was placed under arrest. He was released on his own recognizance on the warrant and issued a summons for consumption of an alcoholic beverage in public.

 

The fire hydrant was damaged by a truck making a delivery on Watkins Avenue. Public Works was contacted and able to turn the water off to that hydrant until repairs could be made.

 

Police were dispatched to a N. Broad Street residence for several individuals fighting. Further investigation revealed this to be an argument between two females. Both parties were yelling profanities. Both were issued summonses for disorderly persons.

 

An 18 year old West Deptford resident reported he lost his wallet while in Woodbury. He was advised a report would be on file in order to replace his proper identification.

 

Officers responded to Underwood Memorial Hospital for an unruly patient. The 46 year old Paulsboro resident was extremely unhappy with the care he was receiving from hospital personnel. He began yelling at staff demanding to be taken to another hospital facility.  He was issued a summons for disorderly conduct.

 

A 36 year old Woodbury resident was observed drinking from an open container of alcohol on S. Broad Street.  A warrant check revealed an active warrant for his arrest. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to the Gloucester County Jail in default of his bail. He was also issued a complaint summons for open alcohol in public.

 

Police responded to an E. Centre Street residence for repeated 911 hang up calls. The caller did identify herself on the last call. On police arrival there did not appear to be any emergent situation.  The accused stated she accidentally called 911. She was charged with disorderly conduct for creating false alarm by dialing 911 repeatedly.

 

A Bellmawr resident reported a domestic dispute that took place in the Woodlake Apartment complex. Further investigation revealed this situation to be a child custody dispute. The complainant was advised to contact the Family Courts.

 

A 48 year old Deptford resident known to have outstanding warrants was observed on S. Broad Street. The accused was placed under arrest on the warrants and transported to the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail.

 

Officers were dispatched to the CVS Pharmacy parking lot for a male begging for money. The 30 year old Paulsboro resident admitted to asking customers for money so he could catch a bus. He was issued a special complaint for begging/vagrancy and sent on his way. He was advised not to return to the CVS.

 

Police responded to a W. Barber Avenue residence for a domestic violence call. Neither party wished to pursue complaints. They agreed to separate for the evening to calm the situation down.

 

Officers were dispatched to Holroyd Place for an ongoing neighbor complaint of harassment. Neither party wished to sign a complaint at this time. The incident will be on record in the event of further problems.

 

Officers responded to Aberdeen Place for a report of a large group fighting. The group of young adults were arguing shouting obscenities at one another in the neighborhood currently busy with adults and children going about their normal business. Each party was making accusations of harassment. Complaints were signed against all involved for disorderly conduct. They were advised on how to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office for harassment.

 

Walgreen Pharmacy employees reported a female was seen in the cosmetic aisle placing items into her purse. The accused had left the store prior to police arrival. The area was checked for anyone matching the description given with negative results.

 

CVS Pharmacy employees contacted police regarding a shoplifting that just took place. The female was observed entering the store empty handed then leaving carrying a white plastic bag with unknown items inside. A check with other employees to see if the female checked out and she had not. The manager was advised to contact the police if the female returns.

 

Police responded to the CVS Pharmacy parking lot for a male breaking into a vehicle. The 30 year old Blackwood resident stated his girlfriend took his debit card. Further investigation revealed the subject had outstanding warrants. He was placed under arrest. He was later released on his own recognizance.

 

Underwood Memorial Hospital Emergency Room staff reported a patient was admitted and CDS was found on his person. The 20 year old Woolwich Township resident was issued a summons for possession of CDS. He was served with his summons at the hospital.

 

Officers responded to an Aberdeen Place resident for a criminal mischief complaint. The complainant stated his neighbor wanted to fight him. When he refused, the neighbor punched a hole in the exterior door of the apartment. The complainant stated he will notify his landlord of the damage. He was advised on the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

A Cherry Street resident reported his vehicle was entered during the overnight hours. The vehicle was parked in his driveway. He was advised a report would be on file.

 

CSX Transportation came to police headquarters regarding copper wire stolen from the rail yard on S. Barber Avenue. Incident remains under investigation.

 

Officers were dispatched to the Luk Oil on N. Broad Street for a Westville resident attempting to sell prescription medication. The 33 year old female denied attempting to sell her prescription medication. The witness advised she asked if he had any money to spare and offered to sell him some of her medication. The accused was issued a summons for loitering to commit a CDS offense.

 

While conducting a property check at the Woodbury Court Apartments which is posted No Trespassing throughout the property, officers located a 29 year old Westville resident drinking from an open container of alcohol. The subject attempted to elude officers but was located on E. Barber Avenue. A warrant check revealed outstanding warrants for his arrest. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail. He was also issued summonses for resisting arrest, trespassing and open container of alcohol in public.

 

Officers stopped two males riding BMX bicycles with no lamps which are required at night. Warrant checks revealed outstanding warrants on the 36 year old Woodbury Heights. He was unable to post bail and was transported to the Gloucester County Jail in default.

 

Police were dispatched to the East Coast Gas Station for a theft of gasoline. A driver came to the station requesting his gas tank be filled then left without paying for the gas. Officers checked the area for the vehicle as described by the attendant with negative results.

 

Officers responded to the area of N. Broad Street for a complaint of threats.  The 23 year old female advised she was threatened by her ex boyfriend. At this time she does not wish to pursue complaints.

 

Woodbury Court Apartment manager requested police assistance with an unwanted person. The manager stated he has asked the male to leave several times and he refused. The 41 year old Woodbury resident was escorted off the property which is posted No Trespassing throughout. He was issued a summons for trespassing and advised not to return to the Woodbury Court Apartment complex.

 

While on patrol officers observed a 29 year old Woodbury resident in front of police headquarters drinking from an open alcoholic beverage. She was issued a summons and released pending a future court date.

 

Officers observed a 48 year old Woodbury resident sitting in the park at the corner of Barber Avenue and S. Broad Street holding a sealed can of an alcoholic beverage in his hand. He has been advised numerous times not to be loitering in the area. He was issued a summons and released.

 

Officers were dispatched to Holroyd Place for an ongoing harassment/neighbor complaint. Neither party wished to pursue the matter at this time but were advised a report would be on file if they should decide to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

Police were dispatched to the Carriage House Apartments for an unwanted person. The 47 year old resident advised she had befriended a homeless person and allowed him to stay at her apartment for a few days. He refused to leave. The accused had left the area prior to police arrival. The complainant was advised to call immediately if he should return. A check of the area for the male was negative.

 

 

 

Calls for Service October 6, 2011

 

Officers were advised of a hit and run accident at Red Bank and Evergreen Avenues. The suspect vehicle had fled the scene. The accused vehicle was located. The 38 year old West Deptford resident operating the vehicle was arrested for driving while intoxicated. He was transported to headquarters. Several traffic summonses were issued and he was released to a family member.

 

Officers observed a 38 year old Deptford resident on Cooper Street known to have outstanding warrants. The subject was placed under arrest on the warrants. He could not post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default.

 

While a tractor trailer transporting a wide load on S. Evergreen Avenue, the trailer hit some low hanging wires causing them to break and obstruct the roadway. The wires were telephone wires. Verizon was contacted.

 

Woodbury units were dispatched to S. Girard Street for a suspicious male. The caller stated the male knocked on her door asking for a tool to remove a nail from his shoe. Dispatch received a second call stating the same scenario. Officers checked the area for the male with negative results. Both parties were advised if the male returns not to answer their doors but to contact the police immediately.

 

A 31 year old Haddonfield resident reported he was harassed by a 34 year old Lindenwold resident while leaving Family Court. The victim was advised on how to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

Officers placed an abandoned vehicle sticker on a vehicle parked on Oak Street. A follow up will be conducted in 48 hours.

 

A 43 year old Woodbury resident came to headquarters to report a dog bite. His son was bitten by his neighbor’s dog. Animal Control was contacted and advised of the incident.

 

 

 
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