Calls for Service August 5-7, 2011
Officers responded to a motor vehicle crash involving a bicyclist at the intersection of N. Evergreen and East Red Bank Avenues. The bicyclist was observed sitting next to his bike with a plastic container with an insulating sleeve that had an odor of alcoholic beverage. Witnesses as well as the bicyclist stated he was traveling southbound on N. Evergreen Avenue when he went through a red light and struck the side of a vehicle driven by a 20 year old West Deptford resident. The bicyclist was taken to Underwood Memorial Hospital. He was issued a municipal ordinance summons for possession of open alcohol.
During a traffic stop for an expired registration, it was discovered the operator of the vehicle had a suspended driver’s license and an outstanding warrant out of Gloucester Township. She was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters. She was able to post bail on the warrant and release with her motor vehicle summonses.
Officers were dispatched to the WaWa for a threat complaint. A 28 year old Sicklerville man approached a customer and asked for a ride home. When she stated no, the male made a comment she took as a threat. When the customer went home she contacted police. The male was later stopped in a motor vehicle. He was found to have an active warrant from Gloucester Township. He was released on his own recognizance at the scene. Complaints for threats are pending.
Police were dispatched to the area of S. Barber Avenue for a fight in progress. There was no fight at the time of police arrival. Officers were advised a 36 year old Woodbury resident and a 32 year old Sewell resident were involved in a verbal argument which then turned physical. The Sewell resident reported his girlfriend was struck in the face. They were going to the hospital for treatment. All parties were advised of the procedures to sign complaints.
Officers responded for a group sitting on the roof in the area of S. Broad Street. On arrival officers found the group sitting on the steps outside the apartment. The odor of burnt marijuana was in the air. Officers searched the area where a 26 year old Mantua resident had been seated and located a partially burnt hand rolled cigarette that smelled of marijuana. A search of the suspect’s pockets prior to arrest found a clear black plastic baggie containing suspected marijuana. He was transported to headquarters where he was charged with possession of marijuana and failure to deliver CDS to a law enforcement officer.
While on patrol in a marked unit officer observed a male walk behind the bushes in front of 630 Mantua Avenue. The business was currently closed. As officers approached they could see the male urinating behind the bush. The 53 year old Mullica Hill male was issued a municipal ordinance for lewdness.
A 53 year old Woodbury resident reported to police he had been scammed on Craig’s List and wanted to sign a formal complaint. The resident supplied all the necessary information regarding the scam to police. The item to be purchased was paid for by the complainant and he has been unable to reach the seller or get the item. Complaints were signed for fraud.
A 30 year old Paulsboro resident turned himself in to headquarters on a Woodbury warrant. The subject was able to post bail and was released on his own recognizance with a new court date.
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