Activity Report

Calls for Service August 19-21, 2011

A 41 year old Woodbury resident reported to police while her son was riding his bike in front of Underwood Memorial Hospital when he allowed another juvenile to ride it. The subject then rode away on the bike.  A check of the area for the accused and/or the bicycle was negative.

 

A 48 year old Woodbury resident reported he received threatening text messages on his cell phone. He just wanted the incident documented at this time. He was advised of the procedures to sign a complaint.

 

Officers were dispatched to the Lakeside Apartments for a possible assault. The 42 year old West Collingswood resident stated she was visiting her friend and an argument developed where the 65 year old Woodbury resident punched her in the face. The suspect denied he ever struck the female. Officers did not observe any physical injury. The complainant was advised on the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

Underwood Memorial Hospital contacted the police regarding CDS found on a patient. The patient was found to have heroin in his possession. The accused was served with his complaint at Underwood Memorial Hospital for possession of heroin.

 

Officers responded to the S. Broad Street area for a 66 year old Woodbury resident who stated a 41 year old Woodbury resident just took her purse while she slept. The accused was located in the posted no trespassing area. He could not give a valid reason for being on the property. He was charged with trespassing. The complainant was advised on how to sign theft complaints.

 

Police were dispatched to Woodlake Apartments for a disturbance. The 34 year old Lindenwold female reported her son was assaulted by another juvenile over a bicycle. Complaints are pending.

 

Woodbury units were dispatched to the area of the Emergency Room, Underwood Memorial Hospital for a male possibly having a gun in his possession. The 41 year old Pitman resident was located. He did not have a weapon in his possession. The subject was in crisis and was eventually admitted to the hospital. Further check of the area for any weapons proved negative.

 

Officers responded to the area of Broad and Cooper Streets for a female slumped over the wheel of a vehicle. The female was located and the 28 year old Margate resident advised she had fallen asleep. Officers observed a liquid beverage in a cup in the console containing an alcoholic beverage. The subject did not show any signs of intoxication. The cup was still full. A complaint was signed for open container of alcohol. The alcoholic beverage was destroyed.

 

A 63 year old Woodbury resident reported a pot hole on Cooper Street. A vehicle hit the pot hole causing a piece of plastic hubcap to hit her in the arm. Public Works responded to the scene and filled the pot hole.

 

 A 45 year old Woodbury resident reported a theft of her medication. The subject suspects her son. The son was contacted and he denied taking any medication from his mother.

 

A male was observed drinking from a can concealed in a brown paper bag at the bus stop, N. Broad Street by Red Bank Avenue. Officers investigated and the male, a 35 year old Glassboro resident, was drinking an alcoholic beverage. It was also learned the suspect had three outstanding warrants. Each municipality released the accused on his own recognizance with new court dates. The accused was charged with open alcohol in public.

A 26 year old Glassboro resident reported while her vehicle was parked behind the Mother-Child residence, unknown actor/s entered her vehicle and took her black purse containing her cell phone and identification cards. She was advised to contact her bank and cancel the cards. A report will be on file.

 

Officers sent letters to several residences regarding property maintenance violations. Follow ups will be conducted in ten days.

 

A 34 year old West Deptford resident came into headquarters to report he was assaulted while on Salem Avenue. He and a 36 year old West Deptford resident were involved in a confrontation. He was advised of the procedures to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

While on a motor vehicle traffic stop, officers learned the driver of the vehicle had a suspended driver’s license and several outstanding warrants. The driver, a 70 year old Turnersville resident was placed under arrest. He was released to the custody of Deptford Township Police Department on their warrant along with several motor vehicle summonses.

 

Officers were called to a High Street residence regarding a 37 year old Deptford resident trying to start a fight. When advised the police were called he left the property. Officers checked the area and located the accused. He had been previously advised he was not permitted on the property. He was placed under arrest for trespassing. He was served and advised again not to be on the property.

 

A 19 year old Woodbury resident reported to police her friend drove over her foot. She stated she believes the driver lives in the Paulsboro area. She was advised on how to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

During a motor vehicle traffic stop, officers learned of an active warrant for the driver. The 45 year old Mantua resident was placed under arrest. He posted bail and was released.

 

Officers were met at headquarters by a 27 year old Woodbury resident who believes her husband ripped her savings bond in half. Officers were not able to contact the 28 year old male. The complainant did not wish to sign complaints at this time.

 

Police responded to a High Street residence for a complaint of a 37 year old Deptford resident wanting to start a fight. The 46 year old Woodbury resident advised the accused wanted to fight her husband. When she called the police, the accused fled the area. Officers were unable to locate the accused.

 

Officers observed a 55 year old Woodbury resident approach a male and female in the area of Towne Liquors. The female stated the suspect asked her for cigarettes and/or money. Officers made contact with the suspect and he was issued a summons for breach of peace.

 

Officers responded to the Sunoco Gas Station for a theft of a wallet. The complainant stated sometime between going into the store and back to his car he dropped his wallet.  He went back and spoke to the attendant who stated they would view the surveillance video to see who took the wallet. He was advised to contact his bank to prevent fraudulent use of his accounts. Officers will speak with the store owner and review the surveillance footage.

 

Officers were dispatched to the South Broad Street area for illegal dumping. The landlord of the apartment building stated someone who is not one of her tenants was dumping trash in the dumpster. The 26 year old female was advised not to use the dumpster for her trash. The landlord may sign complaints at a later date.                     

Officers observed two individuals sitting on a park bench passing a clear bottle back and forth, taking drinks. Officers approached the individuals who had an alcoholic beverage in the bottle and the odor of alcohol was emanating from both parties. Both accused were issued summonses for open alcohol in public.

 

 

Police responded to Heritage’s on Salem Avenue for a shoplifting. A 34 year old West Deptford resident was accused of taking lotion from the store. The accused had the lotion in his possession with no receipt. He was identified by the manager as the male who stole the item. He was placed under arrest and charged with shoplifting. The male was also advised he is no longer welcome at the store as per management.

 

 

 

 

 

Calls for Service August 18, 2011

Officers were dispatched to Carpenter Street for a criminal mischief complaint. The resident stated the 48 year old Woodbury resident broke his window. The accused admitted he broke the window and began to yell obscenities. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. He was charged on a summons with criminal mischief and breach of peace.

 

A 51 year old Bellmawr resident reported to police the property he has been working on was vandalized. The East Centre Street property had a large rock thrown through the window. The cost to repair the window is unknown at this time.

 

Officers responded to Lincoln Street for a theft from the back yard. The resident stated she had two stainless steel sinks in her rear yard. A male had driven by on a bicycle and asked to buy them. She advised him they were not for sale. She later observed the same male carrying the sinks away from her property while riding his bike. The value of the sinks is unknown at this time.

 

A 27 year old female resident reported her brother, a 28 year old West Deptford resident, took a check that came in the mail addressed to her deceased father. Police were unable to contact the brother at this time.

 

Officers were dispatched to the Acme Market for a shoplifter. Officers were given a description of the accused and located him on N. Broad Street. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. It was learned the accused had an outstanding Glassboro warrant. He was served with his summons for shoplifting and turned over to the Glassboro Police Department on their warrant.

 

Officers responded to the CVS for a male harassing customers for change. The 40 year old Camden resident admitted he was trying to get money from customers. He was charged with breach of peace and released pending court.

 

Officers were dispatched to the 400 block of Cooper Street for a 911 hang up. On arrival the caller stated she was being evicted immediately and suffers from a heart condition. She was attempting to get to her sister’s residence. She did not want to cause any further problems. She was transported to her sister’s residence.

 

A 28 year old Woodbury resident reported a 68 year old Woodbury resident had just chased him with a hoe. The accused stated he did not want the 28 year old at his residence and denied chasing the male. The complainant was advised to leave the property. He was advised of the procedure should he wish to sign a complaint.

 

Officers responded to Curtis Avenue for two males and a female arguing. The 43 year old female from South Hampton advised the argument was only verbal and she was leaving the area to avoid any further problems. The two males also stated the argument was only verbal.

 

Officers were dispatched to N. Evergreen Avenue for a theft from a motor vehicle complaint. The tenant advised she found the front passenger side window to her vehicle had been broken out. Two handbags that were on the floor are now missing.  She was advised a report would be on file and if she saw anyone suspicious around the complex to contact the police immediately.

 

 

 

Calls for Service August 17, 2011

Officers were dispatched to Laurel Street for a male seen entering the property through a window. On arrival officers spoke with the homeowner who stated the call was bogus. Officers checked the property. The homeowner stated he has been receiving similar harassing calls.

 

Officers responded to Towne Liquors for a shoplifting. The owner advised the two items the male had stolen. A review of the surveillance video showed the male enter the store, take the two bottles of alcohol and exit. After a search of the area, the 24 year old Newark, Delaware resident who matched the description of the male in the video was located. In his possession were the two bottles taken from the liquor store. He was subsequently charged on a special complaint with shoplifting.

 

An East Penn Boulevard resident reported damage to her air conditioning unit. The copper wire was cut off the outside unit and the tubing was crimped.  The complainant was advised to contact the police if she should see anyone in the area.

 

Woodbury Heights Police Department recovered a vehicle reported stolen to Woodbury Police in July of 2011. Officers contacted the owner of the vehicle who stated Woodbury Heights Police had contacted him and he now had possession of the vehicle. The occupants in the vehicle were charged with possession of stolen property.

 

 

 

Calls for Service August 16, 2011

 

Officers were called to a Laurel Street residence. The complainant advised an anonymous person called Domino’s Pizza and had a $50.00 order sent to his home. The complainant did not place an order with Domino’s. On this date he received several threatening calls from an anonymous person. The resident did not recognize the voice. He will contact the police if this harassment continues.

 

CVS Pharmacy manager reported to police a female came into the store and shoplifted. The 45 year old Woodbury Heights resident attempted to shoplift printer cartridges. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. She was issued her summons and released with a warning not to return to the CVS store as per management.

 

Officers responded to McDonald’s Restaurant on N. Broad Street for a criminal mischief complaint. The manager advised police a group of juveniles were sitting at a table when the table collapsed to the ground. The juveniles then fled the restaurant. A check of the area for the juveniles proved negative.

 

East Coast Gas reported a customer came in and received $45.00 in gas and left without paying for it. The attendant was unable to obtain the vehicle registration number.

 

Officers were dispatched to the 500 block of N. Broad Street for a possible assault. The 28 year old female Gloucester City resident stated a 28 year old male Philadelphia resident assaulted her. The male stated he denied he ever assaulted the female. There were no visible signs of injury. Both parties were advised of the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

Broadway Electric reported to police they were the victim of a bad check. The suspect, a 41 year old Sicklerville resident purchased items and the bank returned the check for insufficient funds. Complaints were signed with the court clerk’s office.

 

While conducting a motor vehicle stop for a traffic violation, it was discovered the driver had an outstanding Mantua Township warrant. The driver was released on his own recognizance with a traffic summons.

 

On a traffic violation stop in the area of Delaware Street, the 23 year old Erial resident driving the vehicle was found to have a suspended license and an active Pennsville Township warrant. The subject was released on his own recognizance by Pennsville Township and issued the appropriate traffic violations.

 

A 25 year old Woodbury resident reported she is being harassed by the father of her child. She is unaware of where the 25 year old male is residing at this time. She was advised of the procedure to sign a complaint with the court clerk’s office as well as her rights under domestic violence.

 

A 52 year old Woodbury resident reported to police a possible check scam through the internet. The resident provided copies of all correspondence he received. The incident is still under investigation.

 

Carriage House Apartment complex manager contacted police regarding an unwanted person. The 30 year old male has previously been advised he is not permitted on the property. He was charged with occupant standard violations and trespassing. The 42 year old female tenant was also charged with occupant standard violations for knowingly facilitating the offense of criminal trespass.

 

Officers responded to the Walnut Street School for an attempted burglary. The Facility Manager advised he found two broken windows to the school’s computer lab. It does not appear entry was gained. All the computers and equipment was in place.

 

 

Calls for Service August 15, 2011

On a traffic stop for speeding, it was learned the driver of the vehicle, a 24 year old Woodbury resident, had an outstanding warrant from Deptford Township. The driver posted bail and was released on her own recognizance.

 

Officers observed a 48 year old Woodbury resident cross S. Broad Street against the signal causing a vehicle to brake abruptly to avoid hitting him nearly causing an accident. Officers stopped the male who immediately became irate and yelling profanities. The suspect was advised several times to calm down and stop using profanity. He continued to rant. He was then placed under arrest for disorderly conduct.

 

A 49 year old Wilmington, Delaware resident reported to police her medication was stolen from her vehicle in the area of High Street. She was advised a report would be on file.

 

A 30 year old Woodbury resident reported to police after her friends left her apartment, she noticed two items missing. Officers questioned one potential subject with negative results. The tenant was advised a police report would be on file.

 

Officers observed a 23 year old Woodbury resident known to have active warrants, walking in the area of S. Broad Street. Upon stopping the subject, search incident to arrest revealed CDS in his pants pocket. He was subsequently charged with possession of CDS and served with his warrant. He was turned over to the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail.

 

While on routine patrol officers observed a 55 year old Woodbury resident approach an unidentified female walking on S. Broad Street. In speaking with the female, she advised officers the male was asking her for money and cigarettes. She advised she did not know the male. The male was located and charged with breach of peace. Matter is pending court.

 
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