Activity Report

Calls for Service October 3, 2013

 

Police responded to the CVS Pharmacy for a male being disruptive and attempting to damage the ATM machine. The male was later located by officers. The 48 year old Woodbury resident was issued a summons for Breach of Peace. He was also advised he is no longer permitted in the CVS.

 

General Dollar store employees reported a male attempted to conceal merchandise and then leave the store. The male fled when confronted by employees. The items were left behind by the accused. The area was searched with negative results for the accused.

 

A 45 year old Woodbury resident came into headquarters regarding harassment and violation of a restraining order. The male was advised of the procedures to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

An E. Centre Street resident reported during the overnight hours unknown person/s let the air out of her vehicle tire. There was no damage to the tire. There are no known suspects at this time.

 

A 72 year old Woodbury resident reported he lost his wallet. The victim remembers having the wallet while at the bank. He was advised to contact his financial institutions as soon as possible. He was also advised a report would be on file.

 

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

 

City hall employees reported telephone harassment by a citizen over a water bill. The employees were advised of the procedures to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.  Complaints are pending.

 

Calls for Service October 2, 2013

Woodbury units were dispatched to a S. Broad Street residence for a female screaming and yelling outside her apartment. The 54 year old resident was located and admitted she had been drinking. She issued a summons for breach of peace.

 

A Hunter Street resident contacted police for a male banging on her door and yelling obscenities. The male was no longer on location. The victim was advised of the procedures to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

Police responded to an E. Centre Street residence for a domestic violence incident. All domestic violence guidelines were completed. Charges were filed.

 

A Logan Street property owner reported damage was done to the front door of the home. The residence is vacant at this time. There was no entry made. The owner was advised a report would be on file.

 

South Philly Pretzel Co. employees advised a male came into the store asking for a drink. He then became disruptive causing a disturbance. The accused was later located. The accused initially provided false information to officers. Confirmation of his identity revealed active outstanding warrants for his arrest. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was released on his own recognizance by the issuing municipalities. He was released from custody with a new court date and a summons for hindering apprehension.

 

Calls for Service October 1, 2013

Officers were dispatched to N. Evergreen Avenue for a recovered stolen motor vehicle. An officer from another jurisdiction located the vehicle. The vehicle was impounded for the Camden County Police Department.

 

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

 

In responding to a suspicious motor vehicle complaint, officer located a vehicle parked in front of a vacant residence on Myrtle Avenue. The two occupants were advised of the complaint and sent on their way.

 

A 62 year old Woodbury resident came into headquarters regarding a traffic violation. The victim was advised to see the court clerk’s office to sign a complaint.

 

A 75 year old Woodbury resident reported his check book was stolen from his apartment. The victim was advised a report would be on file and to contact his financial institution to advise them of the theft.

 

A 59 year old Woodbury resident was advised improperly crossing N. Broad Street creating a traffic hazard. The Williamstown resident was advised of his violation. It was then learned the accused had active outstanding warrants for his arrest. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was released on his own recognizance. He was then released from custody with his new court date and traffic summons.

 

 

 

Calls for Service September 30, 2013

Police were dispatched to the Carriage House Apartments for a male knocking on the doors. The complainant advised the accused was knocking on her door repeatedly and would not leave. The male was advised he was trespassing, issued a summons and escorted from the property.

 

Town Liquor employees contacted the police regarding two males panhandling in front of the store. The males were no longer on location upon police arrival. The store manager advised he will sign complaints against the males.

 

A 40 year old West Deptford resident provided false information to police officers while on a pedestrian stop. The male was found to have active outstanding warrants for his arrest. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was turned over to Gloucester County Sheriff’s officers for incarceration. The accused was also issued a summons for hindering apprehension.

 

An Oak Street resident contacted police regarding a 49 year old Swedesboro resident panhandling. The complainant advised he has been harassed by this same male at several locations in the Woodbury area. The suspect was located and advised of the pending complaints. Store employees of Bottom Dollar also wanted the male advised he was no longer permitted on the property. The suspect was so advised.

 

A Jackson Street resident advised police of unauthorized use of her credit card. The victim was advised a report would be on file.

 

A Queen Street resident reported her children are being harassed by other juveniles in the area. The resident did not wish to sign complaints at this time but would like the parents of the juveniles contacted. The juveniles were located and advised to stay away from the other children.

 

Calls for Service September 27-29, 2013

While vendors were clearing the Fall Arts Festival, a 42 year old Swedesboro resident was behaving in a disorderly manner, using profanities and being argumentative. The accused was issued a summons for disorderly conduct.

 

Officers were dispatched to Green Avenue for a vehicle damage report. The door of a motor vehicle was damaged while parked. The Woodbury resident was advised a report would be on file.

 

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

 

A 59 year old Philadelphia resident advised police he was assaulted by a 42 year old Voorhees resident. The victim was advised of the procedures to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

A 63 year old Woodbury Heights resident reported his cell phone was stolen while attending the Fall Arts Festival. He was advised a report would be on file.

 

A Morris Street resident reported the home he has been renovating was burglarized. Incident remains under investigation.

 

A 43 year old Woodbury resident was issued a summons for breach of peace for conduct while at police headquarters; screaming and using profanity in the presence of other citizens.

 

Neighbors called police on S. Warner Street regarding a very loud argument. The residents advised it was only a verbal argument. Both were issued a summons for breach of peace. Further investigation revealed the tenants were not on the lease and were subsequently issued summonses for violation of occupant standards.

 

Police responded to a domestic violence incident on Watkins Avenue. All domestic violence guidelines were completed.

 

Woodbury units were dispatched to the area of Colonial Diner for an assault. A male subject advised police he was assaulted by a 27 year old Thorofare resident. The victim was advised of the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

A S. Broad Street resident reported he was bitten by a dog while in the yard of a residence on Newton Avenue. The dog was properly licensed and up to date on all vaccines. Animal Control was notified.

 

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

 

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

 

A 54 year old Woodlake Apartment complex resident advised several items are missing from her apartment after she had visitors. The victim was advised a report would be on file and of the procedures to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

Rite Aid Pharmacy employees advised police an unknown subject came into the store and concealed merchandise on their person. Video surveillance footage will be reviewed in an effort to identify the suspect.

 

A 30 year old Camden resident was placed under arrest after providing a false identity to officers on a motor vehicle stop. The accused was found to have active outstanding warrants for his arrest. He was placed under arrest and turned over to Gloucester County Sheriff’s officers in default of bail. The accused was also issued a summons for hindering apprehension.

 

 
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