Calls for Service July 21, 2011
As a result of a speeding violation, the operator of the vehicle was found to have outstanding warrants. He was placed under arrest and later released on his own recognizance on the warrants. He was issued his traffic summonses.
Mt. Laurel Police Department advised officers they had arrested a 27 year old Woodbury resident on our warrant. The female was released on her own recognizance and given a new court date.
A 38 year old Turnersville woman was charged with driving while intoxicated as a result of a motor vehicle accident on Delaware Street.
Officers were dispatched to the area of Lupton and West Barber Avenues for a hazardous road condition, low hanging electrical wires. The area was taped off around the hanging wire with Police/Fire caution tape. A 34 year old West Deptford male and a 37 year old Paulsboro male lifted up the tape and walked through the emergency scene. Bother were advised several times they were not permitted in the area and ignored officers commands. The subjects were identified from previous encounters with law enforcement. Both were charged with disorderly conduct and obstruction.
Officers responded to a West Barber Avenue residence for a harassment complaint. This incident involved a verbal domestic dispute. Both parties were advised of their rights under domestic violence.
A 23 year old Brooklawn female came to police headquarters in regard to a warrant she received in the mail. The female stated she had never been issued a summons for this alleged offense. She was advised to report to court on her assigned date and speak to the court personnel.
A Union Avenue homeowner reported criminal mischief done to his privacy fence and windows. It appears the windows were broken out with an unknown object. Entry was not made to the home. There are no suspects at this time.
A Broad Street resident contacted the police in regard to a dog left outside with no water. Officers responded and the owner of the dog stated she has water every day. The dog did have a shelter. The owner stated she would keep an extra eye on the dog in the heat and will continue to supply plenty of water.
US Army Recruiters Office advised police the rear window on their government issued vehicle was shattered. The estimated cost to replace the damaged window is unknown.
Officers responded to the Colonial Diner for patrons who left without paying their bill. One of the customers recognized one of the females involved. Officers located the female at Underwood Memorial Hospital. She stated this was all a misunderstanding and had advised the diner employees she would return to pay the bill. Complaints were signed for theft of services.
Officers stopped a 48 year old male for crossing Evergreen Avenue improperly causing a traffic hazard. The male stated he was sorry and was taking a walk. He provided his address. At headquarters while following up on the incident, officers found he was not on the lease at the address. He was issued a summons for occupancy violations as was the tenant for allowing him to stay there while not on the lease.
Officers stopped a 48 year old Glassboro resident for being in a park after dark. A summons was issued and he was released.
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