Activity Report

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.

 

 

 

Calls for Service June 23, 2011

 

A thirty year old Camden City resident turned himself into headquarters on outstanding warrants. The subject was placed in the Gloucester County Jail.

Deptford Police Department had a subject who stated he was assaulted in Woodbury. The 22 year old Woodbury City resident was assaulted at his residence. The victim did not wish to sign complaints at this time. 

While on a traffic stop, officers learned the operator was attempting to hide his true identity. He was later identified and charged accordingly as well as receiving several traffic summonses.

Officers responded to J&D Liquor Store for a shoplifting. The 21 year old female City resident was apprehended. She was placed under arrest for shoplifting, issued her summons and released.

A 23 year old city resident was walking in the area of South Broad Street when she realized she dropped her phone. As she turned around to pick it up, a male picked up the phone and refused to return it to her. The victim gave a description of the male. The area was searched for the suspect with negative results. Investigation to continue.

Officers responded to the Carriage House Apartments for a domestic argument. The male stated he wanted to gather his belongings he had left in the apartment. At this time he did not have any receipts for some of the items he stated were his. He was advised to go to Civil court for anything he felt the female subject would not allow him to take. He was advised the complex is posted no trespassing and if he should return, he would be charged accordingly.

 

Officers were dispatched to a High Street residence for a child custody dispute. Both parties were advised to go to Family Court in an effort to have formal custody outlined and documented.

 

Officers located a suspect inside a vehicle taking items that were not his. The 55 year old city resident was placed under arrest. Search incident to arrest revealed CDS paraphernalia on his person. Suspect was placed under arrest. He was placed in the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail. Officers were able to locate the owners of the property taken.

 

 

 

Calls for Service June 22, 2011

While on a traffic stop, it was learned the operator of the vehicle had an outstanding warrant from the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department. She was placed under arrest. A summons was issued for the traffic offense and the driver was turned over to the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail.

 

Officers responded to a male and female arguing in front of Towne Liquors. The female was yelling profanities at the male.  The female was issued a disorderly conduct summons for yelling profanities and causing a disturbance. An outstanding Camden City warrant was located on the male. He was placed under arrest and later released on his own recognizance.

 

Officers were dispatched to an assault that occurred on High Street. Complainant advised an unknown male knocked on their door. When the victim opened the door he was punched in the face. The victim did not know his assailant or the reason why he came to the residence. The victim was transported to Underwood Memorial Hospital for treatment.

 

A Curtis Avenue resident reported she was robbed as she was walking to South Broad Street. She stated a black male approached her and repeatedly asked her from money and/or drugs. She started walking away when she was tackled by said male who took her money. Investigation is ongoing.

 

Officers responded to a Lincoln Street residence for a domestic argument. Both parties agreed to calm down for the evening. They were advised to call if there were any further problems.

A Queen Street resident reported someone had attempted to scam her by stating her nephew had been arrested in a foreign country and he needed her to wire him money. The tellers at the bank advised the complainant she was being scammed. Investigation to continue.

 

A 36 year old Glassboro resident reported to police a custody issue with her ex-husband. She wanted the incident documented for court purposes.

 

A 55 year old Woodbury resident was issued a summons for defiant trespassing. The subject specifically went onto private property without permission and for no apparent reason after having been previously warned to stay off the private property.

 

Jake’s Thrift Store reported the theft of two bicycles from the outside fenced in area behind the store. The store owner has requested extra patrols during the evenings. Patrol units checked the area with negative results for the bicycles.

 

Officers responded to a call of defiant trespassing at the Woodbury Court Apartments. The suspect had been advised previously not to return to the complex. The suspect advised officers she was staying at the apartments. The suspect was issued a summons for trespassing and occupant standard violation for staying at the apartment and not being on the lease. The tenant was also issued a summons for an occupant standard violation for allowing the suspect to stay in the apartment and not being on the lease.

 

 

 

Calls for Service June 21, 2011

Officers met with a Pine Hill resident at headquarters regarding a child custody issue.

 Officers responded to the Walgreen’s parking lot for a complaint of a male begging money in the parking lot. The male was located and denied begging anyone for money. A warrant from Camden City was located on the suspect. He was released on his own recognizance pending a new court date.

 As a result of a traffic stop for speeding, the operator was found to have an active warrant from Runnemede. The operator was released on her own recognizance pending a new court date. A motor vehicle summons was issued.

 Letters regarding municipal ordinance violations were sent to various residents in the city. Officers will follow up in ten days and take any appropriate action.

 While in the area of McDonald’s, officers were flagged down by a city worker who was involved in an argument with a 22 year old Wenonah resident. According to the city employee, the subject threw trash on the ground and he asked him to pick it up. An argument then ensued. The Wenonah resident stated he had no idea what the city employee was talking about and tried to ignore him when the argument ensued. Both were advised on the procedure to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.

 A Watkins Avenue resident contacted the police with regard to her downstairs neighbor making excessive noise. She stated the dog runs around the apartment all hours of the day and night disturbing her. The second floor tenant stated she feels she is being harassed by her neighbor. According to police housing officer the first floor tenant is not on the lease. She was issued a summons for occupant standard violation.

 A summons for non licensed rental property was issued to the owners of a Chestnut Street property.

 A summons for non licensed rental property was issued to the owners of a West Barber Avenue property.

 A summons for non licensed rental property was issued to the owners of a Lupton Avenue property.

 Officers were dispatched to St. Stephen’s Church for an unwanted person. The 36 year old Williamstown resident had fallen asleep in a church pew according to church officials. As the subject was woken up, he stated he wanted free food from the kitchen. He was advised on the procedure for this and began using profanities at which time police were called. The subject continued to use profanities despite being warned several times to stop. He was issued a summons for breach of peace.

 

A 32 year old Woodbury resident came to headquarters regarding a domestic violence incident. He was advised on how to obtain a Temporary Restraining Order. He did not wish to sign criminal complaints at this time.

 

Officers were dispatched to a Myrtle Avenue residence for a theft of a motor vehicle license plate. Resident reported the plate was on the vehicle at 9:30 pm the previous evening. When she went to her vehicle this morning at approximately 7:15 am, the plate was removed. She was advised of the procedure to follow with the Division of Motor Vehicles.  The license plate was then entered into NCIC.

 

 

 

 

Calls for Service June 20, 2011

A Woodlake Apartment complex resident contacted the police to report her motor vehicle stolen. Complainant stated her vehicle was left unlocked in the parking lot as her mechanic was to pick it up for previously arranged repairs. The vehicle has not been located at this time.

 Heritage Dairy store on Salem Avenue was the victim of an armed robbery.  Victims reported the suspect came into the store, displayed a handgun and advised two employees to go into the office. He ordered an employee to place the money from the safe into a bag. He then left the office stopping at the cashier’s counter taking an unknown amount of cigarette packages. The area was checked by officers and K9 tracking for anyone matching the description of the suspect with negative results. Investigation is ongoing.

 Officers responded to a fire in a mulch bed located in the parking lot along Green Avenue. Woodbury police used fire extinguishers until the arrival of Woodbury Fire Department who totally extinguished the fire. A lighter was located in the mulch bed. Woodbury Fire Department officials will further investigate this incident.

 Letters regarding property maintenance were sent to two Hopkins Street residents. Officers will follow up in ten days to make sure the area has been cleaned up.

 Letters regarding property maintenance were sent to two Curtis Avenue residents. Officers will follow up in ten days to make sure the area has been cleaned up.

Letters regarding high grass and weeds were sent to residents advising of the violation of the municipal ordinance. Officers will follow up in ten days taking any appropriate action at that time.

 
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