Activity Report

Calls for Service December 13-15, 2013

 

 

While on a motor vehicle stop the operator initially provided false information to officers. The accused eventually provided the correct information. He was issued his traffic summons as well as a summons for obstruction.

 

A 23 year old E. Centre Street resident stated she is being harassed by her neighbor. The victim was advised of the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

A 20 year old West Deptford advised of a domestic violence incident. All domestic violence guidelines were completed.

 

Sunoco employees contacted police regarding a male begging from customers in the store. The 27 year old Paulsboro resident was located and advised of the complaint. The male had been advised on previous occasions he was not welcome at the Sunoco. He was issued a summons for breach of peace and trespassing.

 

Broad Street Convenience Store reported an armed robbery. Incident remains under investigation.

 

Several individuals were issued a summons for occupant standard violations; residing in a rental unit and not being on the lease.

 

Police were dispatched to Performance Dodge for a customer being disruptive and acting in a disorderly manner. The male was located and advised of the complaint. He was advised not to return to Performance Dodge. Complaints are pending.

 

Officers responded to the Woodlake Apartment complex for a noise complaint. A 24 year old tenant was issued a summons for breach of peace.

 

A 27 year old Deptford resident reported she was assaulted in the Evergreen Square parking lot by a 31 year old Deptford resident. The victim was advised a report would be on file and of the procedures to sign a complaint with the court clerk’s office.

 

Police responded to a S. Broad Street residence for a domestic violence incident. All domestic violence guidelines were completed.

 

Officers were dispatched to the Woodlake Apartment complex for a noise complaint. A 46 year old tenant was issued a summons for breach of peace.

 

A Pennsville resident advised she lost her credit/debit card and it was used in Woodbury. The victim stated she did make a report with her local police Department. The management of McDonald’s will review the surveillance video in an attempt to identify the accused.

 

While on a motor vehicle stop, the operator provided false information to officers. The correct identity of the accused was obtained. The accused had active outstanding warrants for his arrest. The 51 year old Pennsauken resident was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was released to Camden City Metro police.

 

A Hunter Street resident reported her home was burglarized during the overnight hours. Several items were removed from the residence. Incident remains under investigation.

 

A 21 year old Sewell resident was placed under arrest for an active outstanding warrant. The accused was released on her own recognizance by the issuing municipality. She was released from custody with a new court date.

 

Calls for Service December 12, 2013

Police were dispatched to A Cut Above on S. Evergreen Avenue for a male entering the salon, disturbing the customers and harassing employees. The male was located and identified by employees. The male was issued a summons for disorderly conduct.

 

While on a motor vehicle traffic stop officers learned the operator had an active outstanding warrant for his arrest. The Wenonah resident was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was released on his own recognizance by the issuing municipality. He was then released from custody with his traffic summons and new court date.

 

A resident of Elm Avenue reported his home was burglarized. Several items are reported missing. Incident remains under investigation.

 

Delaney Auto Sales reported vehicles on their lot were entered during the overnight hours. Items are missing from two of the vehicles. Employees advised the cars were not locked. Officers advised to keep all the vehicles locked at all times. A report will be on file.

 

A S. Broad Street business reported a shoplifting. Employees stated a male and female came into the store and shoplifted a toaster oven. The area was checked for the two accused based on the description provided. The search was negative at this time.

 

 

Calls for Service December 11, 2013

While on a motor vehicle stop, the operator was found to have an active arrest warrant. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. The 28 year old Deptford resident was released on her own recognizance by the issuing municipality. The accused was then released from custody with a new court date.

 

Police and Fire units responded to the Carriage House Apartments for thick smoke.  The cause of the smoke was burnt food. The incident was turned over to the fire department.

 

Several property owners were issued summonses for failing to register their rental properties.

 

A Watkins Avenue resident advised his home was burglarized during the evening hours. Several tools were removed from the property and the victim’s truck. All items were recovered in the custody of the victim’s ex-girlfriend. Proper complaints were signed.

 

Inspira Hospital Security advised a male had come in to the Emergency Room and was causing a disturbance. The male eventually left. As officers were reviewing the video surveillance, it was determined the male left with a receipt book. The identity of the male is unknown at this time.

 

Officers were dispatched to an E. Centre Street residence for a possible drug overdose. The subject was turned over to Gloucester County EMS.

 

A 19 year old W. Centre Street reported telephone harassment. The victim believes the calls could be coming from a former co-worker. The victim was advised to contact the police immediately if any further information on the accused is obtained.

 

Calls for Service December 9, 2013

While on a motor vehicle stop it was learned the operator had an active outstanding warrant for his arrest. The 37 year old Gloucester City resident was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarter the accused was released on his own recognizance by the issuing municipality. The accused was issued his traffic summonses and released from custody with a new court date.

 

A N. Broad Street resident reported the loss of her Family First Card. It is unknown at this time if the card was lost or stolen.

 

An E. Centre Street resident reported an unwanted person attempting to come into her residence. The male fled prior to police arrival. A search of the area for the male was negative.

 

A 24 year old Woodbury resident was placed under arrest for active outstanding warrants. The accused was stopped in a motor vehicle. The accused was transported to police headquarters where he was able to post bail. He was then released from custody with his traffic violations and a new court date.

 

Calls for Service December 6-8, 2013

Officers were dispatched to Woodlake Apartment complex for a neighbor dispute. The involved individuals were shouting profanities at one another. All were issued a summons for disorderly conduct and advised to stay away from one another.

 

Woodbury units were dispatched to a Manor Avenue residence for a fight. All individuals were separated. Incident remains under investigation.

 

A 48 year old Lancaster, Pa. resident was issued a summons for soliciting in the City without a permit.

 

Officers observed a 51 year old Woodbury resident and a 50 year old Deptford resident consuming alcohol on a property on E. Barber Avenue. The alcohol was destroyed and disposed in the trash. Both individuals were issued summonses.

 

Woodbury Rotary Club advised a park bench was destroyed by vandalism in Rotary Park. There are no suspects at this time.

 

A 38 year old Wenonah resident was issued a summons for improperly crossing N. Broad Street in the area of E. Red Bank Avenue.

 

A Cherry Street resident reported her vehicle was entered during the overnight hours. The vehicle was left unlocked. The victim was advised to keep her vehicle locked at all times.

 

A Chestnut Street resident reported his home was entered and cash was missing from his kitchen area. The victim advised he believes the suspect may be his estranged wife.

 

A Lindenwold resident reported a fraud that occurred at the TD Bank. An unauthorized person opened an account in the victim’s name. Incident remains under investigation.

 

A 50 year old Deptford resident was observed at a property on King Street consuming alcohol. The accused threw the alcohol over a fence. The accused was issued a summons for open container of alcohol, consumption of alcohol in public, littering and trespassing.

 

A Delaware Street resident reported items missing from her home. The victim stated unknown person/s entered her residence and removed articles of clothing. The victim was advised to contact the police immediately if anyone or anything suspicious occurs in the area.

 

CVS employees advised of a shoplifting. A 53 year old Glassboro resident was observed on video, concealing items on his person. Employees were advised to contact the police immediately if the male returned to the store.

 

Police responded to King Street for an activated air conditioner alarm. The property has been the victim of copper thefts in the past.  A check of the area for suspects was negative at this time.

 

Officers were dispatched to the Emergency Room at Inspira Hospital for a 24 year old Woodbury resident creating a disturbance. The male was shouting profanities and refusing to leave. The male was placed under arrest and charged with breach of peace.

 

A S. Broad Street resident reported she her television was removed from her property while she was out.

 

Walgreens reported a shoplifting committed by a juvenile. The juvenile was located and returned to her parent.

 

A 21 year old Sicklerville resident came into headquarters regarding a child custody issue.

 

A 38 year old Woodbury resident was stopped in the area of Capt’n Cats for possibly urinating in public. The individual provided his identity to officers at the scene. It was later learned the identity provided was false. The accused was issued a summons for hindering apprehension.

 

 

 
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