Officers issued a summons to a 36 year old West Deptford resident for scavenging.
Officers responded to an attempted burglary at Impact Collision. A window was found to be broken and the frame of the window partially pushed in. A red brick was found just inside the business below the window. It did not appear as though entry was made to the business. Nothing appeared to be tampered with or damaged.
Officers were called to a Morris Street residence for a fight in progress. Upon police arrival the 20 year old Woodbury resident and 23 year old Williamstown resident stopped fighting. Both were charged with disorderly conduct.
A 19 year old city resident reported to police his bicycle was stolen while he was in the area of Cooper Street. He thought it was taken by a group of juveniles. Officers checked the area and located the bike at the Woodbury Child Development Center. The bike was returned to its rightful owner.
A 31 year old East Red Bank Avenue resident reported someone entered her home and removed approximately $200.00 from her kitchen area. A check of the residence revealed nothing else to be disturbed or tampered with. Officers did not locate any items inside the residence that could be processed.
A 34 year old city resident was observed to be urinating on the side of a building in the 400 block of Mantua Avenue. He was issued a summons and released.
A 51 year old Westville resident reported she lost her credit card. She has contacted the credit card company to notify them of the loss. No one has attempted to use the card at the time of this report.
Woodbury units were dispatched to a N. Columbia Street residence for a tree that had fallen onto a house and the house collapsed. The city construction official and office of emergency management were notified and the scene was turned over to them.
Police were notified by a 57 year old Westville resident his wife was driving his vehicle and got a flat tire in the area of E. Barber Avenue. She was approached by a male who stated he worked at Pep Boys and would repair the tire for her. Pep Boys has denied having the vehicle. The vehicle is now reported as stolen.
Police headquarters suffered roof leak damage as a result of the heavy rain storms.
Domino’s Pizza contacted the police department for someone who called in an order and wanted to pay by credit card. The card came back as stolen. When the caller was advised of this, they hung up. Officers responded to the residence where the call came from but no one was home.
Officers sent property maintenance letters to residents/homeowners in the city. Follow ups will be conducted in ten days.
A 54 year old business owner reported a male came into his store wanting to cash gold coins in for regular dollar bills. He found this suspicious and contacted the police. He was asked to contact the police if the male returns.
A 74 year old city resident reported his car was vandalized. The vehicle was parked in the area of N. Girard Street. Unknown actor/s key scratched the driver’s side door.
A 49 year old city resident reported to police a suspicious email he had received. Further investigation revealed this email to be a scam in an attempt to have money forwarded to North Africa or Russia. The resident was advised of officers findings.
A Colonial Park Apartment resident reported to police several items have been missing from her apartment over the last several months. The items are mostly clothing and food. She has not seen anyone inside her apartment. She will notify management of these incidents.
A 36 year old Marlton man was located lying on the ground in the area of N. Broad and Walnut Street. The male’s feet and legs were over the curb area on the roadway. He advised officers he was just resting before catching the bus to leave town. He was advised to get up and get his feet out of the roadway. He then became abusive toward officers using profanity despite be advised to stop. He was issued a complaint summons for disorderly conduct and released.
A Logan Street resident reported to police his car was damaged. The vehicle had several scuff marks and scratches on the rear driver’s side door. Roofing shingles were found next to his vehicle in the driveway. It appears the shingles were thrown at the vehicle by unknown actor/s.
Officers were dispatched for a 37 year old female bleeding from the stomach. The Paulsboro resident advised while walking past a High Street residence, a 46 year old female, Woodbury resident, tried to start arguing with her and then sliced her with a knife on the right side of her stomach. The Woodbury resident was placed under arrest and charged with aggravated assault. She was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail.
Officers observed a 19 year old Woodbury resident with active warrants. The male was placed under arrest and transported to the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail.
Officers located two males behind the CVS store who stated they were looking to buy the pallets. A 54 year old Woodbury resident was found to have outstanding warrants from Camden City. Camden City released the male on his own recognizance. Both were advised to speak to CVS management prior to going to the rear of the building.
WaWa management reported a vehicle broke down in their parking lot. The owner has not returned to have the vehicle removed. Officers attempted to contact the owner at his residence. A telephone number was provided to the manager to speak with the vehicle’s owner. If he does not get a response from the owner, the manager will have the vehicle towed.
Officers responded to headquarters for a 24 year old Woodbury resident who wished to report the theft of her keys. She gave the keys to the father of her child who has not returned them. Attempts to reach the 36 year old Clayton resident were negative. The female stated she will wait a little longer before signing the theft complaint.