Officers were dispatched to Towne Liquors for a male that had struck a female. On arrival officers located a 25 year old Woodbury resident and attempted to speak with him. The subject became loud and started yelling profanities about being stopped. He was warned to calm down and stop using profanities. He continued to yell and scream profanity. He was placed under arrest and charged with disorderly conduct. The 37 year old female denied anything other than a verbal argument took place.
Officers responded to the Kemble Methodist Church for a 56 year old Woodbury resident who reported his vehicle had been burglarized. Removed from the vehicle was his Magellan GPS and his police Chaplin badge. The badge was entered into NCIC.
Officers were dispatched to the Lake Side Apartment complex for a disturbance. A 36 year old Woodbury male was screaming and banging on his grandmother’s door. His grandmother advised police he had been staying with her even though he was not on the lease. She no longer wished him to stay there. The male became extremely upset, yelling and using profanity despite be advised to stop several times. The male was escorted off the property. He was subsequently charged with disorderly conduct and occupation violation standards for living at the apartment while not being on the lease.
Woodbury Police and Fire Departments responded to the Woodbury Court Apartments for an activated smoke/fire alarm from a vacant apartment. It was learned a resident had an extension cord from the vacant apartment to his apartment and was cooking in the vacant apartment to save on electricity. He was issued a complaint summons for theft of services and he will be advising the property owner of the damage.
Officers responded to the Woodbury Court Apartments for an intoxicated male banging on the door. The 48 year old Woodbury resident has been advised numerous times he is not permitted on the property and he is not wanted there. The suspect was placed under arrest and transported to his residence due to his intoxication. He was charged with trespassing on a special complaint.
A 38 year old Woodbury resident reported to police headquarters to turn herself in on an outstanding Woodbury warrant. She was released on her own recognizance and given a new court date.
A 46 year old Camden resident reported to police he left his leather bag and gym bag on a NJ Transit bus. The bags contained his cell phone, medication and various personal papers. NJ Transit advised him to make a police report and also advised him if they locate the bags, they will contact him.
Residents on Woodside Place advised police their home had been burglarized. It appears the actor/s forced their way in through the back screen door. The only items taken were jewelry pieces that had recently been appraised. The owner will make a list of the items taken and supply the same to police.
While on routine patrol officers observed a 65 year old Seabrook resident obstructing the sidewalk by Towne Liquors. The subject stated he was waiting for the bus which was approximately 100 feet away from his location, He was advised he was blocking the sidewalk and to wait for the bus at the proper bus stop. He was issued a complaint summons for obstructing the sidewalk.
A 40 year old Westville resident was in the police lobby causing a disturbance while his mother was attempting to have a matter with the court clerk cleared up. Officers asked the male to please allow the two to continue their conversation without his interruption. The subject became argumentative with officers however he left the building with his mother.
Employees of Woodbury Mews advised they have been receiving harassing telephone calls on the answering machine. The reporting employee did not recognize the voice on the tape. She will have another employee listen to the messages to see if she does recognize the person’s voice. She was advised police will contact her in the very near future to see what they discovered.
Woodbury Nissan reported to police that sometime between July 29, 2011 and August 4, 2011 unknown actor/s removed the rims and tires from a vehicle belonging to the business. The vehicle was parked in their auxiliary lot.