Activity Report

Calls for Service July 27, 2011

Officers were dispatched to Broad and Edith for a road rage incident that occurred on Route 295. Officers reported the incident to the New Jersey State Police Barrracks in Bellmawr.

 

Officers responded to a N. Broad Street residence for an assault complaint. Two gentlemen had been arguing and the argument turned physical. Complaints for breach of peace were signed against the aggressor of the incident.

 

A 40 year old Woodbury resident reported she is being harassed by a 33 year old Williamstown resident. The complainant stated the suspect calls and sends text messages every day despite being advised to stop. She was directed to the court clerk’s office to sign complaints.

 

A 48 year old Woodbury resident reported internet harassment on behalf of her 20 year old daughter. She was advised the detective bureau would be following up with her and her daughter in regard to this incident.

 

Officers were dispatched to a High Street residence for a landlord/tenant dispute. Both parties were advised of their options in this matter.

 

A N. Evergreen Avenue resident contacted police with regard to telephone harassment. The 30 year old resident stated she is continuously harassed by a 28 year old Hi Nella resident. She was advised of the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 

Officers were dispatched to CVS Pharmacy for a 19 year old Westville resident attempting to pass a suspected counterfeit hundred dollar bill. Upon testing the currency it tested positive for counterfeit. The suspect was placed under arrest and charged with possession of counterfeit currency.

 

A 21 year old Woodbury resident reported to police he lost his County Identification card. He was advised a report would be on file and he could apply for new identification.

 

A 21 year old Woodbury resident came to headquarters to turn himself in on two outstanding Deptford Township warrants. Subject was placed under arrest and turned over to Deptford Township Police Department.

 

A 53 year old Philadelphia, Pa resident came to headquarters in regard to a theft of services/fraud complaint. The complainant hired a 60 year old Woodbury resident to do work on his property on S. Broad Street. The work was never completed. Complaints were signed for theft of services. He was advised to contact Civil Court as well.

 

Officers responded to a South Warner Street residence for a theft from a motor vehicle. Resident stated the vehicle was parked in front of his home. He was advised the police report would be on file and if he should see anyone suspicious in the area, to contact police immediately.

 

Calls for Service July 26, 2011

Officers were dispatched to a N. Broad Street residence for two females arguing. A 49 year old West Deptford female was found in her vehicle asleep. She stated she had been arguing with the resident earlier who asked her to leave. She was found in the vehicle with an open can of alcoholic beverages. The suspect was issued a summons for open container in public. She was transported to a family member’s home for the evening.

 

Officers responded to a fight in progress in the area of S. Broad and Centre Streets. On arrival there was no fight in progress. Officers observed a 34 year old West Deptford resident sweating profusely and walking away from officers. The subject was stopped by officers and began yelling profanities at as he continued to try to walk away. He was later issued a summons for disorderly conduct and breach of peace for his actions.

 

Three males were located in the area of Bell Lake Park with containers of alcohol at their feet. Two of the subjects had cans of open alcohol. The 27 year old Woodbury resident and a 28 year old Thorofare resident were both charged accordingly.

 

A 34 year old West Deptford resident was stopped by officer for failing to use the crosswalk on South Broad Street, creating a traffic hazard. While stopped the subject became irate and walk toward officers in an aggressive manner.  He was advised to stop using profanity but continued to be loud and aggressive. He was issued a summons for disorderly persons.

 

Two males were located in the area of S. Broad Street sitting on the partial brick wall of the sidewalk blocking same. Both were charged with obstruction of the sidewalks, issued their summons and released.

 

A 30 year old Woodbury resident came to police headquarters for a harassment complaint. According to the complainant, she is being harassed by her ex-boyfriend’s girlfriend. She was advised on the procedures to sign a complaint with the court clerk’s office.

 

Officers spoke to a 45 year old female resident regarding the theft and use of her credit card. Incident is currently under investigation.

 

Officers stopped a 24 year old female Camden resident in her vehicle as the tags were reported stolen. The subject advised they were recovered recently. The operator had all the required paperwork showing the plates as being recovered. She was advised to contact Camden City to have the tags removed from

NCIC.

 

An occupant standard violation was issued to a 47 year old Gibbstown resident for being involved in a domestic assault while at a rental unit.

 

Occupant standard violations were issued against a Morris Street resident and the unauthorized occupant.

 

An Occupant standard violation was issued to a 55 year old Woodbury male as he is not on the lease of the rental property.

 

A Park Drive resident reported to police his metal address sign that had been forcibly removed from his property earlier this month, was returned by unknown actor/s.  He was able to fix the sign and reattach it to the front of his residence.

 

 

 

Calls for Service July 25, 2011

A 53 year old Mt. Royal resident reported to police the theft of his keys. The complainant stated the contractor he had working with him has not returned his keys. Officers spoke to the 60 year old Woodbury resident who then returned the keys.  No complaints have been signed at this time.

 

 Officers responded to the Acme Market for complaints of a male begging for money. A 23 year old Brooklawn male admitted he was asking for bus fare. He was advised of the municipal ordinance violation. He was released on a summons for peddling/soliciting.

 

Officers were dispatched to an Aberdeen Place residence for a theft from a motor vehicle. Residents stated sometime during the overnight hours, unknown actor/s entered their unlocked vehicle and removed an iPod.

 

Police responded to the Woodbury Family Pharmacy in response to a subject attempting to obtain narcotics with a fraudulent prescription. Suspect had left the location in a vehicle. Officers apprehended the suspect, a 29 year old Wenonah resident. He was placed under arrest for attempting to obtain a controlled dangerous substance by fraud. On further investigation, the driver of the vehicle, a 34 year old Wenonah resident, was charged with obstruction and possession of CDS paraphernalia.

 

A 26 year old Sewell resident reported to police he and his girlfriend, a 24 year old Westville resident were dropped off at Underwood Memorial Hospital. While at the hospital the female took the complainant’s cell phone and keys. He wished to sign complaints and was advised of the complaint procedures.

 

The Presbyterian Church on S. Broad Street reported a burglary to the Church offices. No damage was done to the main door and all the windows were locked. Incident is still under investigation.

 

Officers were dispatched to the Rite Aid Pharmacy for a shoplifting. The male suspect was seen loitering in the lotion/shampoo aisle for an extended period of time. As an employee approached to see if they could be of any assistance, the male stated no. He grabbed a paper and as the clerk went to ring up the purchase, he left the store causing the sensors to activate. It is unknown exactly what was taken at this time.

 

Officers responded to a domestic incident on S. Barber Avenue. The 37 year old complainant advised she was being harassed by her ex boyfriend. The 44 year old Westville resident was in violation of the restraining order issued. Charges for violation of the restraining order and harassment were filed.

 

A 42 year old Deptford resident reported he believes while he was at the Acme Market some unknown actor/s entered his vehicle taking his prescription medication, loose change and various compact discs. As he was leaving the Acme he saw a coat hanger on the ground and believes this may have been used to unlock his vehicle.

 

Officers were dispatched to the parking lot of the Underwood Memorial Hospital Emergency Room for a theft from a motor vehicle. The complainant stated she did not lock her vehicle on her arrival to the emergency room due to severe distress. When she returned she found her day planner to be missing. Personal paperwork and identification cards were located in the day planner. Underwood Hospital Security advised they will review the surveillance videos to see if a suspect can be identified.

 

 

 

Calls for Service July 22-24, 2011

Officers responded to the Woodlake Apartments for a domestic matter. As a result of the investigation simple assault complaints were signed against a 47 year old Gibbstown male. Both parties were given their rights under domestic violence.

 

A 38 year old Woodbury male resident stated he was assaulted in his home by his associate. The incident is still under investigation at this time.

 

Officers were dispatched to Salem Avenue for a possible domestic assault. The 35 year old female resident told officers she was assaulted by the 32 year old Paulsboro male. Charges of simple assault were filed. Both parties stated they understood their rights under domestic violence.

 

When officers responded to the CVS parking lot for a white male annoying customers and begging for money, they located a 24 year old Franklinville man who matched the given description. Dispatch also advised officers a call was received from a citizen who stated they saw the male place an object into his waistband, possibly a weapon.  Search for officer safety revealed CDS paraphernalia and a hypodermic syringe in the male’s possession. He was placed under arrest and issued summonses for possession of CDS paraphernalia and possession of a hypodermic syringe.

 

Officers were dispatched to Hopkins Street to check the well being of a male lying on the sidewalk. The 49 year old Mullica Hill resident stated he was trying to get to High Street to visit a friend. He was in possession of an open can of alcohol and had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath. He was issued a summons for possession of open alcohol in public.

 

On a traffic stop for an expired registration, the operator of the vehicle was found to have active warrants from various municipalities. The 28 year old Woodbury resident was placed under arrest and was turned over to Cherry Hill Police Department on their warrant.

 

Officers responded to Lakeside Apartments for criminal mischief to a vehicle. A 52 year old Pennsauken resident advised unknown actor/s threw a concrete block through the front passenger window of her mother’s vehicle. The registered owner was contacted and stated there was nothing of value in the vehicle. The cost of repair is unknown at this time.

 

A 49 year old Glassboro resident reported his ATM card was stolen while he was at work and used in two locations in Woodbury. The complainant did notice suspicious activity on his accounts. He was advised the detective bureau will follow up with the businesses where the card was used and obtain copies of their surveillance videos. Incident still under investigation.

 

While on a traffic stop, officers discovered the driver of the vehicle had a suspended driver’s license as well as an outstanding warrant. The 30 year old West Deptford female was placed under arrest. She was later released on her own recognizance and issued two traffic summonses.

 

Officers stickered what appeared to be an abandoned vehicle on Allen Street. If the vehicle is not removed within the allotted time, it will be towed.

 

A 50 year old Sicklerville male was stopped on N. Broad Street and later charged with driving while intoxicated.

 

Officers assisted Woodbury Heights Police Department in the apprehension of a suspect wanted by Woodbury Heights Police in connection with a theft from Cottman Transmissions. The suspect was located on Mantua Avenue and turned over to Woodbury Heights Police Department.

 

A Woodbury resident reported her bicycle was stolen while she was inside the Heritage store on N. Broad Street. She later thought she saw a male riding her bicycle. She was advised to contact the police immediately if she should see the male on her bicycle again. A check of the area was negative for the bicycle or the male matching the description given.

 

A 24 year old Thorofare male reported his car was broken into while at the Acme parking lot. His Garmin Nuvi and Pioneer radio were removed from the vehicle. He was advised if he should see anyone suspicious in the area to contact the police immediately.

 

While assisting Gloucester County EMS on Curtis Avenue, officers observed a 29 year old female resident drinking from a can while sitting on a bicycle on the sidewalk. The can was identified as an alcoholic beverage. The suspect was issued a summons for open container in public and sent on her way. The remainder of the alcohol was properly disposed.

 

Officers responded to a South Barber Avenue residence for a violation of a court order. The suspect, a 44 year old Woodbury male resident was not apprehended at this time. A warrant for his arrest was issued.

 

Officers stopped a vehicle for not having a current registration. The driver of the vehicle was found to have a suspended license and outstanding warrants from several municipalities. The driver was placed under arrest. He was able to post bail on the warrants and was released on his own recognizance with two traffic summonses.

 

Officers responded to a North Evergreen Avenue residence for criminal mischief to a motor vehicle. The registered owner reported all four tires were flattened. There was no obvious damage to the vehicle. The owner stated she will take the vehicle back to the mechanic to make sure the tires did not sustain any damage.

 

CVS reported a shoplifting that had occurred. Surveillance video shows the suspect removing merchandise and exiting the store without making payment. A copy of the video was placed into evidence.

 

Officers responded to a N. Broad Street residence for an unwanted person. The complainant a 41 year old female stated her boyfriend who is not on the lease would not leave the apartment. The suspect, a 35 year old male stated he was on the lease. A copy of the lease was provided and he was not on the lease. The male was charged with trespassing and released.

 

Officers were dispatched to Carriage House Apartments for an unwanted person. The 56 year old female resident stated she and her boyfriend, a 48 year old male became involved in a verbal dispute. He then left the apartment. The suspect had been previously advised he was not permitted on the property of the complex. He was located and served with his summons for trespassing and occupancy standards. The tenant was also issued a summons for occupancy standards for allowing an unregistered tenant live at the apartment.

 

Acme Markets manager reported to police two women came into the store and shoplifted merchandise. He was able to detain the females, a 27 year old and 24 year old both residents of Williamstown. The merchandise was returned and the females were issued complaint summonses for shoplifting.

 

Officers made a traffic stop in the area of Hunter Street. The driver was found to be a suspended driver. Outstanding warrants were also located on the driver. The 19 year old female Woodbury resident was placed under arrest. She was turned over to Deptford Township on their warrants. The driver was served with her summons for driving while suspended.

 

The Presbyterian Church reported a burglary that possibly happened overnight. The alarm was set but did not activate. The door to the church office was forced open however, nothing appeared to have been taken. There is no money kept in the office. The desk drawers appear to have been rummaged. At this time the only thing that appears to be missing is food from the kitchen for the mission group. The cost to make repairs is unknown at this time.

 

 

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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