Activity Report

Calls for Service August 27-29, 2011

 

Officers observed a 36 year old National Park resident in the parking lot of McDonald’s asking customers in the drive-thru for money. A warrant check revealed three outstanding warrants. Subject was placed under arrest. All jurisdictions released the subject on his own recognizance. Complaints were signed for disorderly conduct.

 

A 52 year old Woodbury resident reported to police her adult son removed electronic equipment from her apartment. She was advised of the procedures to sign theft complaints.

 

A 27 year old Woodbury resident advised police someone had accessed her account through the internet and unauthorized purchases were made. She reported this incident to her bank.

A 35 year old Swedesboro resident advised she had given money to her friend, a 30 year old Pine Hill resident, to bail her boyfriend out of jail. The boyfriend was not bailed out and the Pine Hill resident has not returned the money. She was advised of the procedures to sign theft complaints.

 

Officers responded to N. Broad Street for a suspicious incident. A 57 year old Woodbury businessman reported he checks on the vacant residence next to his office. He noticed the air conditioning unit was missing. The door to the rear of the property was open. Officers secured the door and are attempting to contact the owner of the building.

 

Officers were dispatched to CVS Pharmacy for a shoplifting. A 30 year old Gloucester City resident shoplifted infant formula. The subject was placed under arrest for shoplifting. He was processed and released with his summons.

 

A 46 year old High Street resident reported to police she is constantly being harassed by three individuals. She is verbally harassed and they attempt to start fights with her. They do not live in the area and she does not know who invites them. She was advised of the procedure to sign complaints against the three individuals.

 

Officers were flagged down in the area of East Barber Avenue. A 44 year old resident reported someone threw a rock through the sliding glass door. The resident stated she heard the crash but did not see anyone.

 

The fire alarm activated in the 200 block of S. Broad Street. Tenant advised her smoke alarm had been going off from the smoke she created while cooking. Everything was okay and the smoke detector was in good order.

 

Officers were dispatched to McDonald’s on N. Broad Street for a motor vehicle complaint. A 27 year old Woodbury resident reported while she was standing in the drive-thru lane with her child and talking with her friend, she was almost struck by a motorist. She advised she and the motorist got into a verbal dispute and the motor vehicle left the area. She did not wish to sign complaints at this time. The complainant was advised not to block the drive-thru lane and to use the walkway.

 

Officers observed a 30 year old Woodbury resident skateboarding on Curtis Avenue. The subject was using a homemade grind box and several city cones that were used to block off the street during the hurricane. He was advised to remove the grind box from the street and return the cones.

 

A 28 year old Woodbury resident and 25 year old National Park resident were observed on Curtis Avenue with open cans of beer. Both were advised they were not permitted to drink alcoholic beverages in public. Both were issued summonses for this offense.

 

Lindenwold Police Department turned over a 21 year old Clementon resident who stated she was assaulted in Woodbury by her boyfriend. All domestic violence paperwork was completed and the subject was advised of her rights under domestic violence.

 

During the State of Emergency due to the hurricane, officer observed a motor vehicle drive around barricades on S. Broad Street, entering the area that was blocked off. The vehicle was stopped and the 26 year old Mantua resident was issued a summons for failure to stop at a police barricade. The subject began to use profanities toward officers and quickly drove away. He was issued a summons for breach of peace through the mail.

 

Officers observed a 48 year old Woodbury resident in the area of E. Barber Avenue and S. Broad Street yelling profanities to an unknown female. As officers approached the subject continued to yell profanities and directed his yelling to officers. He was placed under arrest and charged with disorderly conduct. He was served with his summons and released.

 

Officers responded to Ace Motors for a theft from a motor vehicle complaint. The 23 year old vehicle owner reported items were stolen from his vehicle. Ace Ford will notify police when a copy of the surveillance video is available so attempts can be made to identify the actor.

 

Officers observed a 43 year old Atlantic City resident sleeping on a park bench in the area of E. Barber Avenue and S. Broad Street. The park is posted no one is to be in there after sunset. The subject was advised he was not allowed in the park and was issued a summons for trespassing. He was served with his summons and he left without further incident.

 

A 48 year old Woodbury resident was observed yelling obscenities at another male near the Pep Boys store. Officers stopped the subject who was then issued a summons for disorderly conduct.

 

J&D Liquor store reported a 52 year old Woodbury resident came into the store and shoplifted two bottles of alcohol. When confronted by employees, he returned the bottles and left the area in a vehicle. As per the description given, Westville officers were able to locate the accused. He was charged with shoplifting and found to have active warrants. Subject was unable to post bail and was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default.

 

Officers were dispatched to the area of the Blockbuster store for a hit and run motor vehicle accident. Sheriff’s officers had located the accused driver and he was turned over to Woodbury police. The driver appeared to be intoxicated. After further investigation the 32 year old Wenonah resident was charged with driving while intoxicated.

 

Officer observed several subjects in the park area of S. Broad Street and E. Barber Avenue. As officers approached one subject, a 43 year old Atlantic City resident attempted to hide a bottle on the ground under his legs. The bottle was found to be a 40 oz. cold, open, partially consumed bottle of beer. The subject was charged with open container of alcohol in public along with an additional summons for alcohol consumption in public.

 

Officers were dispatched to Hessian Avenue for a theft complaint. West Deptford officers had recovered a stolen lawn mower and the accused was in their custody. The lawnmower was returned to its rightful owner. The accused was placed under arrest for theft.

 

Officers responded to a domestic call on Myrtle Avenue. In the course of the investigation, a 59 year old Woodbury resident was charged with trespassing. All parties were advised of their rights under domestic violence.

 

Woodbury Variety and Deli contacted police with regard to a shoplifting. The owner reported an employee advised him a female came into the store and removed items from the store without paying for them. The owner stated if the female should return, he will contact the police.

 

A 35 year old Rite Aid employee advised officers in the process of opening the store she located a bag with credit cards inside. Because the cards appeared to have been abandoned she believed them to be stolen and contacted the police. In the course of balancing out her cash drawer she found the credit cards were used to make fraudulent purchases. Investigation is ongoing.

 

Calls for Service August 26, 2011

Woodbury officers responded to Laurel Street for a female caller reporting someone was looking into her windows. Officers checked the area and were unable to locate anyone. Officers cleared the scene and were called back for a 911 hang up. In speaking with the neighbors, they stated there were no problems in the area. Check of the computer system failed to reveal a record on the telephone number.

 

Police responded to a Lafayette Avenue resident for a domestic assault. Both parties stated it was a verbal argument and neither wished to pursue the matter any further.

 

Acme Markets contacted police regarding a possible shoplifting. The 49 year old female and 32 year old female, both Deptford residents stated they had no intention of not paying for their items. One of the females felt ill and went outside for air. They then continued their shopping and paid for their merchandise.

 

A 54 year old Sewell resident went to the US Military Recruiting offices on S. Broad Street. She was extremely upset. Officers made contact and she was attempting to have the military take custody of her son for psychiatric help as he is a member of the US Navy.

 

Officers responded to a Woodside Place residence for an activated burglar alarm. A rear door with glass panes was missing a pane and was lying inside the residence. The victims arrived home and stated a jewelry box was missing. A witness stated she observed a male running from the front door and then entered a vehicle. Incident still under investigation.

 

Officers were dispatched to Emerson Street for a neighbor argument. Both parties were advised a report would be on file and to contact the police if there were any further problems.

 

A 47 year old Woodbury resident came into headquarters regarding a child custody complaint. Parties were directed to Family Court.

 

Letters were sent to various residents regarding high grass and weed violations. A follow will be completed in ten days.

 

Officers were dispatched to McGuiness Funeral Home for a fight. The 53 year old West Deptford resident and 48 year old Woodbury resident stated it was an argument which resulted in them shoving each other. Both parties were advised a report would be on file and the procedures for signing complaints with the court clerks office.

 

A Harrison Street resident reported her vehicle was vandalized. Unknown person/s poured a substance on the passenger side hood causing the paint to begin to peel off. The victim was advised if she sees anyone suspicious in the area to contact the police immediately.

 

 

 

Calls for Service August 23, 2011

Officers signed complaints against a High Street landlord as the rental units are not licensed with the City.

 

A 26 year old Glassboro resident reported she previously resided in Woodbury. An unknown person/s removed items from her apartment. She was advised a report will be on file. She will contact police if she has any further information to provide.

 

A 66 year old Woodbury resident reported a possible fraud from her bank accounts. Incident is under investigation.

 

On a traffic stop, officers learned the vehicle was unregistered and the owner was a suspended driver. The subject also had an active warrant from Camden City. The suspect was turned over to Camden City Police.

 

A 60 year old Woodbury resident reported damage to an item in front of Bob’s Fireside. The business was closed today. Report is on file.

 

Officers observed a pedestrian crossing S. Broad Street not in the crosswalk. Several vehicles had to come to an abrupt stop to avoid hitting the 48 year old Deptford resident. The subject was issued a summons for obstructing a public street.

 

Officers signed an occupant standard violation against a 24 year old Woodbury resident for allowing an unauthorized person to live at the rental unit.

 

 

 

Calls for Service August 23, 2011

Officers responded to High Street for someone yelling and using profanities. The accused, a 49 year old Woodbury male, was located.  He was placed under arrest and charged with disorderly conduct.

 

Two juveniles reported to officers their bikes were taken while they were inside Pep Boys. A report was taken. The juveniles were transported home.

 

A twenty year old Deptford male reported he lost his identification somewhere in the area of S. Broad Street and Curtis Avenue.

 

While on a traffic stop it was learned the drive had a suspended license and three outstanding warrants. The 47 year old Lindenwold resident was placed under arrest against the warrants. She posted bail and was released with her traffic summonses.

 

A 27 year old Camden resident reported while staying with a friend in Woodbury, a 28 year old Camden resident took money from her purse. She stated she would return to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

A 26 year old Woodbury resident advised police while her friend, a 28 year old Camden resident, was staying with her, she took some of her jewelry, cash from her purse and miscellaneous food items. She stated she would return to headquarters at a later date to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

Officers responded to the Green Building in the area of S. Broad Street due to damage caused by the earthquake. No parking signs and barricades were placed around the area until the structural damage can be properly assessed.

 

Officers were dispatched to the area of Lakeside apartments for a fight in progress.  Both subjects were charged with simple assault.

 

 

Calls for Service August 22, 2011

A 25 year old West Deptford resident reported to police her ex-boyfriend was at his parent’s home in Woodbury and needed to be served his restraining order. Police attempted to serve the order but the subject was not there. Contact was made with the 34 Westville resident and he will be served at a later time.

 

Officers observed two males in the area of S. Broad Street blocking pedestrians, forcing them to walk around them. Both subjects were stopped and identification was requested. The 36 year old Woodbury Heights resident was found to have outstanding warrants. He was placed under arrest. He could not post bail and was turned over to the Gloucester County Jail in default. Both subjects were served with a summons for obstruction of the sidewalk.

 

During a motor vehicle traffic stop it was discovered the 19 year old Mt. Royal resident had outstanding warrants from several municipalities. The driver was placed under arrest. At headquarters her bail was posted and she was released. She also received a motor vehicle summons.

 

Officers responded to an unwanted persons call at the Heritages on Salem Avenue. Officers located a 34 year old West Deptford male resident who has previously been advised he is not to be on the property. He was charged with trespassing and released.

 

While on a motor vehicle traffic stop it was discovered the 31 year old Woodbury resident had outstanding warrants. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. Each municipality released the subject on his own recognizance. He was then released with several motor vehicle traffic summonses.

 

 

 
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