Calls for Service June 24-26, 2011
As the result of a previous investigation, three Delaware Street residents received occupant standard violations. The residents are not named on the lease.
During a traffic stop it was learned the operator had an outstanding warrant from West Deptford. The driver was placed under arrest. West Deptford released the accused on her own recognizance. She was served with her paperwork and traffic summons.
A Clementon resident contacted police with regard to a relative he felt was a danger to himself. Officers checked the residence and the subject was fine. Subject agreed to go to Underwood Memorial Hospital for evaluation.
Officers issued a S. Barber Avenue resident, the registered owner, a summons for an abandoned vehicle in front of the property.
A 22 year old male of Sicklerville and a 25 year old female of Silver Spring, Md. were issued summonses for breach of peace as a result of their behavior at the Colonial Diner.
Officers attempted to make contact with a Woodlake Apartment complex resident in regard to the rear window on her vehicle being smashed out. The owner of the vehicle later made contact with the police regarding this incident.
Officers responded to Lafayette Avenue for a domestic argument. Both parties were issued a summons for breach of peace.
Officers were dispatched to McDonald’s Restaurant for a possible assault victim. The subject was identified as a 25 year old Westville resident who was in severe pain from injuries sustained in an assault a few days ago. Subject was found to have suspected marijuana in her possession. She was issued a summons for possession of CDS. The female did not wish to go to the hospital or to receive any treatment from Gloucester County EMS.
During a traffic stop for a motor vehicle violation, the driver was found to have an active warrant from West Deptford Municipal Court. The suspect was released from West Deptford on her own recognizance. She was served with her paperwork, traffic summons and released pending court.
A Woodbury resident was stopped for a motor vehicle violation and found to have an active warrant from East Greenwich Township. Subject was released on his own recognizance by East Greenwich. He was served with his paperwork, traffic summons and released pending court.
Officers responded to the Woodlake Apartments for a disturbance. Resident advised she was involved in a physical altercation while in Camden City. Subject refused any medical treatment. Subject was advised to contact the Camden City Police Department if she wished to sign any complaints.
Officers were dispatched to a Salem Avenue residence for a domestic disturbance. The 33 year old female victim refused any medical treatment. Complaints of simple assault were signed against the 37 year old Pennsville suspect.
Officers stopped a 24 year old Woodbury resident on E. Barber Avenue after observing him drinking from a large can. The can contained alcoholic beverages. The resident was issued a municipal ordinance for open alcohol in public. The can was emptied and destroyed of properly.
The manager of Bell Lake Apartments contacted the police regarding a suspicious person walking around the complex. Officers located a male matching the description given. Subject stated he was looking for a friend who was visiting a relative there. The area is posted no trespassing. Subject was issued a summons for trespassing.
Officers responded to a neighbor complaint on Manor Avenue. Both parties are scheduled for mediation and were advised to bring up all their issues at that time.
A Lindenwold resident was stopped in the area of S. Broad Street for traffic violations. It was learned the subject had an outstanding warrant from Westville. Subject was placed under arrest. Westville authorized the male to be released on his own recognizance. He was served with his paperwork, traffic summons and released.
Property maintenance letters were sent to several residents throughout the city. Officers will follow up in ten days and take any appropriate action at that time.
A Maple Street resident advised police a gentleman came to their home stating he was a detective investigating a possible wire transfer. The residents had no idea what he was talking about. The detective did not provide a particular police department or law enforcement agency with whom he worked. Incident still under investigation.
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