A West Street resident reported to police her 24 foot extension ladder was taken from the ground next to their garage. The area was checked with negative results for the ladder.
During a routine traffic stop, a 54 year old Philadelphia man displayed a Department of Corrections badge from the City of Philadelphia. It was discovered the gentleman had retired from the District of Columbia Department of Corrections some time ago. He admitted to purchasing the badge. He was issued his summons and released.
A 36 year old Virginia resident reported he was robbed on the area of the Carriage House Apartments. Witnesses stated it appeared to be a CDS transaction gone wrong. Subject denied this was the case and stated he was jumped by two males. Incident still under investigation.
Officers were dispatched to Dubois Avenue for a possible domestic. The 24 year old female resident stated she was checking on an extremely intoxicated friend who was falling inside the house when he became belligerent and insulting toward her. The 24 year old male then left the residence heading toward the bus stop. Officers located the subject and he was taken to UMH-ER to be seen for his high intoxication level. He was advised not to return to the residence.
Officers responded to an E. Centre Street resident for a 911 call. The 43 year old city resident who appeared to be intoxicated was very irate and uncooperative with officers. The resident stated she wanted her two friends to leave. They both stated they had been staying there for several weeks but left without incident. The resident continued to yell and create a disturbance. She was issued a summons for disorderly persons and occupant standard violations.
Officers were called to a disturbance on High Street. As the subjects were being dispersed, one 54 year old city resident walked down the street carrying an open can of alcoholic beverages. When advised to stop and come back, the subject threw the can onto the front yard of a neighbor. The subject then picked up the can, shaking it and pouring it at the officers. He was issued a complaint summons for disorderly conduct, a municipal ordinance for open container of alcohol and littering.
Officers were dispatched to High Street for a disturbance. Two women were involved in a heated verbal argument. Party goers were dispersed. Both females were issued summonses for disorderly conduct. The tenant was issued a summons for a nuisance at a rental property disturbing the surrounding properties and residents.
Officers responded to an assault complaint on West Street. A 17 year old Woodbury resident stated he went to the home to pick up some of his belongings and the 19 year old resident started a fighting with him. He then called the police. The 19 year old ran back into the house and was located in the basement area. In plain view officers located CDS Paraphernalia. The resident was placed under arrest, He was issued summons for possession of CDS paraphernalia and occupant standard violations for committing the act of possession of CDS paraphernalia at a rental property.
Officers were dispatched to Nelson Avenue for an unknown dispute. A 27 year old Wenonah resident and her 30 year old husband were arguing. During the argument, the 30 year old smashed the tail light out of a vehicle and the rear windshield of another. Both vehicles are registered to the female. He was placed under arrest for criminal mischief. He was advised not to return to the residence.
Woodbury units were dispatched to the area of the Colonial diner to speak with a 26 year old Woodbury resident regarding an incident that had just occurred. The resident stated he has had previous altercations with a 28 year old Westville male. Tonight they were involved in another altercation and the Westville male reached into his pants pocket and removed money. It was learned the suspect also has an outstanding warrant. Complaints were signed against the suspect for strong armed robbery. He remains at large.
A Lafayette Avenue resident reported the license plates from her vehicle were stolen overnight. She stated her vehicle as parked in the street in front of her residence. The next day the resident contacted the police as the license plates were returned to her front lawn by unknown actor/s.
A 60 year old city resident reported to police he lost copies of his driver’s license, voter registration and county identification card. He wanted the incident documented.
A 33 year old city resident reported someone was breaking into her vehicle. Officers located a 55 year old male resident who matched the description given. Found on his person was CDS paraphernalia. He was positively identified by the owner of the vehicle as the male who had entered her vehicle. Suspect was placed under arrest and charged with burglary to a motor vehicle, possession of CDS paraphernalia, criminal trespassing and obstruction. He was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail.
A Manor Avenue resident reported he was assaulted by his neighbor. The resident stated there have been ongoing problems with this neighbor. He was advised on the procedure to sign a complaint and to contact the police should there be any further problems.
Officers responded to La Pizza Di for an unknown problem. A 52 year old city resident advised two people came into the pizza shop and gave them a hard time. There was no description of the accused available. While speaking with the caller, officers observed an open bottle of alcohol on the table. A 49 year old Mullica Hill resident stated it was his. He was issued a municipal ordinance for possession of an open container of alcohol. The bottle was destroyed at the scene. Officers checked the area for the accused with negative results.
Officers observed a Logan Street resident setting off bottle rocket fire crackers in his driveway. He was advised fireworks are illegal in the State of New Jersey. He was issued a summons for disorderly conduct and advised to stop lighting the bottle rockets.
A caller reported two males were carrying a woman into the wooded area behind the YMCA. One male and the female were partially undressed. They were told to redress themselves. They were issued summonses for lewdness. They were advised not to return to the park.
Officers responded for a suspicious male behind the dumpster of the Colonial Diner. Upon investigation officers located a 52 year old Glassboro resident with an open 12 pack of alcoholic beverages. The subject had an odor of alcoholic beverages on his person. He was issued a summons for open container and was released pending court.
A Prince Street resident reported two tires were flattened on their truck overnight. While attempting to refill the tires, it was discovered the stems had been cut. The resident also stated a bottle was thrown at their residence several weeks ago but they did not report this to the police. I advised the resident the incident would be documented and extra patrols would be in the area. The incident is still under investigation.
A High Street resident reported eggs had just been thrown at his front door. The resident stated just prior to calling the police the eggs were thrown. He has had ongoing issues with people ringing his door bell and running away. There did not appear to be any damage to the door. Officers checked the area for any accused with negative results.
A Packer Street resident reported a delivery package was stolen from the outside of her residence. The resident stated she had been in the hospital overnight. During that time according to the US Postal Service, the package had been delivered. She was advised a report would be on file and other officers would be advised to patrol the area.
Officers responded to a vacant Dare Street residence for someone being inside. Located inside were three males. The property owner stated no one was to be inside the property. All three were charged with trespassing.
A 27 year old city resident reported to headquarters to turn herself in on two outstanding warrants. She posted bail and was released on her own recognizance pending court.
A Tatum Street resident reported damage to her motor vehicle overnight. The vehicle was parked in her private driveway and the rear windshield was smashed. The cost to repair the windshield is unknown at this time.
Officers were dispatched to the area of the West Deptford Shop Rite for an incident that occurred on the NJ Transit bus while in Woodbury. The complainant stated she had fallen asleep on the bus and someone took her travel bag while she was sleeping. She was advised to cancel all her credit cards. A check of the immediate area was negative for any subjects or the travel bag. There were no witnesses to the incident.
An Oak Street resident contacted police to report a criminal mischief to his vehicle. Sometime during the overnight hours unknown actor/s punctured all four of his vehicle tires. He had checked with all his neighbors and no one else had been victimized.
Officers responded to the area of the Woodbury Public Library for a male sleeping on a bench. The male was identified and stated he was waiting for the Library to open. An outstanding Deptford warrant was located. The male was placed under arrest and turned over to Deptford Township Police Department.