Activity Report

Calls for Service September 13, 2011

A 65 year old Thorofare disabled male, walked away from his day program. He was located at McDonald’s and transported home.

 

Officers responded to a residence on High Street for harassing telephone calls. The 50 year old resident advised she has been receiving telephone calls from a 40 year old Sicklerville resident. The complainant just wanted to document the incident.

 

Officers were dispatched to Underwood Memorial Hospital for a gunshot wound. The victim, a 22 year old West Deptford resident, reported she was in Philadelphia, Pa. when gunshots were fired. Philadelphia Police Department was notified and will investigate the incident.

 

A 27 year old Barnegat resident reported his medication was taken while he was working. He was advised to contact his doctor and inform them a police report was made.

 

Summonses were issued to several rental property owners for failing to license their property with the City of Woodbury.

 

A 70 year old Woodbury resident reported to police she believes someone is entering her apartment when she is not there taking food and other items. She could not give specific items that were missing and was advised to contact the police when she first discovers things missing.

 

A 31 year old Woodbury resident came into headquarters to report a domestic assault. She was advised of her rights under domestic violence. Complaints are pending.

 

Officers were sent to the Woodbury Country Club for an activated alarm. Officers locate wood pulled away from the building and glass smashed on a rear window. West Deptford Police assisted with their K9 and a building search was completed with negative results.

 

A Woodbury resident reported while at the Woodbury Library his book bag was taken. He later found some items on the ground on Delaware Street. A description of the bag and contents was given to police. He was advised to contact his school regarding the missing textbooks.

 

 

Calls for Service September 12, 2011

Officers responded to the area of Bell Lake Apartments for a domestic violence incident. Both parties were advised of the domestic violence rights. Charges were filed accordingly.

 

Walgreen’s Pharmacy reported a male came into the store and returned items with a faulty receipt. In later reviewing the surveillance video, the male was observed entering the store with only an empty bag. A check of the area was negative for the accused.

 

Officers were dispatched to an E. Barber Avenue residence for a domestic violence incident. The 37 year old victim was advised of her domestic violence rights. Charges were filed accordingly.

 

Police responded to Walgreen’s Pharmacy for a shoplifting. The 45 year old Atco resident was confronted by employees and returned the items concealed. The suspect then fled the store. Officers located the suspect who stated she turned every item back to the employees. The store manager will be in at a later time to sign theft complaints.

 

A 27 year old Salem City resident reported to police while paying her bill at the Railroad Café, her credit card was stolen while the card was left unattended.

 

The City of Woodbury Public Library reports a National Park resident has borrowed items from the library without returning them. Despite repeated contact, the items have not been returned. Theft complaints are pending.

 

A 21 year old Woodbury resident reported jewelry missing from her jewelry box. The victim suspects her ex-roommate. She was advised a police report would be on file and was referred to the court clerk’s office to sign complaints.

 

Officers responded to Aberdeen Place for a child custody complaint. Police spoke with both involved subjects. Each was advised a report would be on file.

 

Complaints were signed against property owners for violations of the property maintenance ordinance.

 

A 47 year old Woodbury resident reported while she was away, she left her puppy with a 55 year old Woodbury resident. The puppy was subsequently given away. The victim was advised a report would be on file and a theft complaint could be filed with the court clerk’s office.

 

While on a traffic stop, officers found the driver of the vehicle to have a suspended license and an outstanding warrant. The driver was placed under arrest on the warrant. Motor vehicle summonses were issued and the suspect was released on her own recognizance.

 

Based on information obtained through a separate investigation, complaints for occupant standard violations were signed against both a 59 year old and 37 year old Woodbury residents.

 

A 55 year old Woodbury resident was seen walking around an E. Red Bank Avenue home, looking in the windows and entering the rear area of the property. The male stated he was visiting the resident. Officers attempted to make contact with the resident with negative results. Complaints are pending contact with the tenant.

 

Woodbury Pharmacy contacted police in regard to possible fraudulent prescriptions. Investigation is ongoing.

 

Calls for Service September 9-11, 2011

A 27 year old Carney’s Point resident reported to police his vehicle was damaged during a torrential rain storm. A large tree branch fell on the driver’s side roof. The cost to repair the vehicle is unknown at this time.

 

Officers responded to Bayard Avenue for a theft report. Resident advised police all her clothing was missing upon her return from Pennsylvania. Incident remains under investigation.

 

A 33 year old Philadelphia male reported to police a custody issue he is having. He was advised to contact the Family Court System.

 

Officers were dispatched to the Woodlake Apartments to check on the well being of a 73 year old resident. Officers went to the residence and confirmed she was inside and all was well.

 

Police were dispatched to the area of Walgreen’s Pharmacy for a female who stated she was assaulted. The 24 year old Woodbury female stated she was assaulted by another female, age and residence unknown. Once valid information is provided on the accused, complaints will be signed.

 

Officers responded to the area of Curtis Avenue for a male banging on the street signs. Officers located a 25 year old Woodbury resident who appeared to be extremely intoxicated. He was issued a summons for disorderly conduct. A family relative responded and took custody of the accused.

 

Officers were dispatched to a resident on Edith Avenue. Investigation was found to be a domestic violence situation. The complainant was advised of her domestic violence rights but did not wish to pursue the matter at this time.

 

A 55 year old Woodbury resident was found to be on a property posted “No Trespassing” on S. Broad Street. He was issued a complaint summons for defiant trespassing and released.

 

The store manager from Towne Liquors reported a male was hanging in front of the store asking customers for money. Police arrived and were familiar with the accused from previous encounters. The 48 year old Deptford resident was found to have an outstanding warrant. He was placed under arrest. Further investigation found the suspect to be in possession of CDS. He was charged accordingly.

 

Letters were sent through the mail to residents regarding property maintenance. A follow up on the properties will be completed in ten days.

 

West Deptford Police Department advised they had recovered a vehicle stolen from our town. The owner of the vehicle was unaware that his vehicle had been taken. The 56 year old Woodbury resident advised the last time he had seen his vehicle it was parked in front of his home. The owner was advised of the process to retrieve his vehicle.

 

While speaking to a 24 year old female resident, she was questioned in regard to a false police report. The female admitted she did make a bogus report. She will be charged with causing false public alarm.

 

A 43 year old Woodbury resident reported to police her purse was snatched while in the area of S. Broad Street. The complainant appeared to be extremely intoxicated and could not give an accurate account of the event. She was advised to provide the details of the incident to police when she was sober.

 

A 49 year old resident contacted police regarding her friend taking her computer monitor. The friend, a 48 year old Woodbury resident, stated the monitor was a gift. The complainant was advised to contact the court clerk’s office to sign a theft summons.

 

Officers were dispatched to the McDonald’s Restaurant for a female sleeping in the front mulch. Employees directed officers to the female, 60 year old Trenton resident, who was asleep in the front of the restaurant with a partially consumed alcoholic container. She was awakened, issued a summons for open container and transported to Underwood Memorial Hospital.

 

A 48 year old Woodbury resident was observed drinking an alcoholic beverage at the park on the corner of S. Broad Street. He was issued a summons for possession of an open container.

 

Officers responded to the park at the intersection of S. Broad Street and E. Barber Avenue for several males drinking alcohol in public. Officers located three males with alcoholic beverages. Each was issued a summons for open containers of alcohol.

 

A 57 year old Woodbury resident came into headquarters to report damage done to his vehicle while it was parked on Hess Avenue. The vehicle had grass clippings on the hood and driver’s side of the vehicle. The property owner stated he would speak to his landscaper about the incident and to use more care in the future.

 

A 29 year old Franklinville resident was observed on S. Broad Street drinking from a can wrapped in a paper bag. The subject was stopped and alcoholic beverages were in the can. He was issued a summons for open alcohol in public.

 

A Harding Court resident reported to police a large tractor trailer drove onto her lawn while making a turn. The front lawn had deep ruts. The truck continued westbound toward West Deptford. The area was checked for a truck matching the description given with negative results.

 

 

Calls for Service September 8, 2011

Officers were called to a Curtis Avenue residence for a 911 call. While checking the area it was learned the incident was a domestic violence. Both parties were located. Appropriate charges were made by officers.

 

Officers assisted the Division of Youth and Family Services at a residence without incident.

 

Police were dispatched to the CVS Pharmacy for a shoplifting. Employees stated a subject came into the store and removed a number of shampoo bottles, then left without paying for them. The store manager will make a copy of the surveillance video in an effort to identify the accused.

 

A North Broad Street resident reported to police unknown actor/s had thrown a memorial marker stone at his vehicle’s windshield. Cost for repairs is unknown at this time.

 

Calls for Service September 7, 2011

Officers observed a 36 year old National Park resident at the bus stop, drinking from a can of an alcoholic beverage. The subject was issued a summons for open container in public.

 

Officers observed a 63 year old Camden male scavenging in the area of Curtis Avenue. He was stopped and issued a summons for same.

 

A 20 year old Philadelphia resident advised police she left her wallet on a NJ Transit bus. NJ Transit was notified.

 

Officers responded to the CVS Pharmacy for a suspicious male. The 36 year old National Park resident advised police he was just walking around. A 32 year old Deptford resident advised police the suspect had made harassing statements to her.  She did not wish to pursue complaints. The suspect was released and made his way to the bus stop.

 

Property maintenance letters were sent to several residents throughout the city. Follow ups will be conducted in ten days.

 

Police were dispatched to Underwood Memorial Hospital for a male wearing a gas mask protesting near the main entrance. Subject stated to police he was exercising his right to protest and had no intentions of entering the hospital facilities. He was advised he was not permitted to block the public walkways in front of the hospital. He was then served with a notice from Underwood Memorial Hospital Notice Against Trespassing.

 

J&D’s Liquor store contacted the police in regard to a shoplifting. A customer alerted personnel a male took a bottle from the cooler and then left the building. A description of the accused was given and he was located on Hunter Street. The 27 year old Deptford male denied shoplifting. A warrant check revealed an active Camden City warrant. He was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. He was later released on his own recognizance with a warning not to return to J&D’s Liquor store as per management.

 

A 22 year old Woodbury resident reported she lost her cell phone while on a NJ Transit bus. She believes it fell out of her pocket. The victim notified her provider of the loss.

 

Police were dispatched to Bob’s Fireside for a possible burglary in progress. A description of the male was given to officers and he was later located on S. Barber Avenue. The 36 year old Woodbury Heights male was positively identified by the complainant. He was served with his complaint and advised he is no longer welcome on the property as per the owner.

 

A 46 year old Virginia resident contacted Walgreen’s in Woodbury stating her credit card had used in their store. The store manager made a copy of the surveillance video for officers. The victim was advised a report was on file. The incident is still under investigation.

 

 

 
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