A 21 year old Woodbury resident reported to headquarters to turn himself in on outstanding warrants. He was unable to post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default.
A 28 year old Gloucester City resident came into headquarters to turn herself in on an outstanding warrant. She posted bail and was released on her own recognizance with a new court date.
Police observed a 47 year old Westville resident in the park on the corner of E. Barber Avenue drinking from a large plastic cup. The subject was stopped and upon retrieving the cup, it was found to locate an alcoholic beverage. An outstanding warrant was located on the individual. He was placed under arrest on the warrant. He was later released on his own recognizance with a summons for possession of open alcohol in public.
Officers were dispatched to the YMCA for a road rage incident. A witness stated she heard and observed the 47 year old Mt. Royal resident yelling obscenities at a 49 year old Pitman resident. Complaints for breach of peace were signed.
Police were sent to the area of N. Broad Street for a report of a male urinating in public. A 33 year old Prospect Park, Pa. resident was located and did admit to urinating in public. A summons was issued and he was released with his court date.
Officers sent warning letters to various property owners regarding property maintenance issued. Follow ups will be conducted in ten days.
A 34 year old and 30 year old resident came into police headquarters to sign a complaint of harassment against their 45 year old neighbor. Previous complaints of loud music and yelling of obscenities have been made in the past. Complaints were signed with the court clerk’s office
Underwood Memorial Hospital advised the parking gate on Oak Street was damaged sometime during the night. A review of the surveillance video failed to show how the gate was damaged. Cost to repair the gate is unknown at this time.
Officers were dispatched to CVS Pharmacy for a shoplifting complaint. Store employees advised a male came into the store, grabbed items and ran out of the store. The area was checked for the accused with negative results.
Officers responded to Woodlake Apartment complex for a complaint of telephone harassment. The 34 year old Woodbury resident stated she has been receiving messages from a 31 year old Mt. Holly resident. She does not wish to sign complaints at this time. The accused was contacted and stated he will not contact the complainant in the future.
An 18 year old Woodbury resident stated she is being harassed by a Lindenwold resident. She was advised of the procedures to sign a complaint with the court clerk’s office.
Colonial Diner reported a customer left without paying his bill after arguing with his waitress. The 26 year old Philadelphia, Pa. resident accused was located. He agreed to go back to the diner and pay his corrected bill. The suspect paid his bill and left without further incident.
A 55 year old Woodbury resident was speaking with police when officers noticed CDS paraphernalia sticking out of his pants pocket. He was placed under arrest and charged with possession of CDS paraphernalia. He was advised of his court date and released.
Officers responded to a High Street residence for a loud party complaint. Two calls were received at headquarters. On police arrival they located the source of the loud radio, a vehicle parked in front of the residence. A breach of peace summons was issued to the owner of the vehicle.
Officers were dispatched to a Laurel Street residence for an unwanted person. The 43 year old resident no longer wanted a 23 year old resident in the home. It was later learned two individuals were staying at the residence who are not on the lease. Summonses were issued to all parties for occupant standard violations.
A 49 year old Woodbury resident reported her bike was just stolen. A 55 year old Woodbury resident witnessed a 53 year old Philadelphia, Pa. resident take the bike. The area was searched for the accused and the bike with negative results. The victim was advised on the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.
Officers responded to a complaint of two suspicious subjects in the area of West Street. The area was clearly marked “No Trespassing”. Officers located two males behind the property drinking alcoholic beverages. Both were issued summonses for trespassing and possession of open containers of alcohol. The 48 year old Glassboro resident was found to have an outstanding warrant. He was unable to post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default.
A 31 year old Woodbury resident came into headquarters regarding a harassment complaint. She stated she has been receiving harassing text messages from an unknown subject. Police attempted to contact the number to speak with the accused however only received a voice mail. A message was left to contact the police department. The victim was advised to contact the police if there were any more problems or if she was able to identify who the person calling her.
A 58 year old Sicklerville resident reported to police while he was involved in a motor vehicle accident, he believes he left his wallet on the hood of his vehicle and drove off. He was advised to cancel any credit cards and that a report would be on file so he could replace his identification.
Officers responded to a Crescent Avenue residence for a damage to property report. The resident stated his neighbor’s tree hangs over into his yard and two limbs broke off damaging his fence. Attempts to contact the property owner were negative at this time. Cost of repairs is unknown.
A 30 year old Woodbury resident reported she is being harassed by a 28 year old Gloucester City resident. Since the harassment deals with child custody issues, she was advised to contact Family Court.
Officers were dispatched to a Maple Street residence for a possible domestic incident. Complaints were issued in accordance with domestic violence guidelines.
A 26 year old West Deptford resident reported while walking on Edith Avenue a small vehicle approached her. The driver of the vehicle exited and robber her at gunpoint. The incident is currently under investigation.
Officers responded to headquarters for a 43 year old Woodbury resident wishing to report issues she is having with her boyfriend. She was advised of her rights under domestic violence. She was also advised to contact the police if there are any further problems.
Police were dispatched to an Edith Avenue residence for a domestic violence issue. The complainant was advised of his domestic violence rights. He did not wish for criminal complaints at this time.
A 56 year old Woodbury resident advised her vehicle inspection sticker was removed from her vehicle while in the parking lot of her apartment complex. She was advised a report would be on file and to call the police department if she should find anything else to be missing.
CVS Pharmacy store manager reported to police harassing phone calls from someone claiming to be with the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s office. The manager did recognize the voice of the caller from previous incidents and telephone calls. Complaints will be signed against the 36 year old Mantua resident for impersonating a police officer and harassment.