Calls for Service June 17-19, 2011
Officers responded to Lincoln Street for a report of a disturbance. Two adult males were arguing and threatened to do physical harm to each other. Both were placed under arrest for disorderly conduct and issued summonses for their actions.
A 23 year old Woodbury resident came into headquarters to report a case of domestic violence. She reported her ex-boyfriend assaulted her during an argument over visitation. After further investigation, charges of assault were filed.
Officers responded to the area of South Broad Street for a domestic violence incident. Upon completion of the investigation, charges were signed against the 26 year old Sewell male for domestic violence simple assault.
Officers responded to Lincoln Street for a threat and harassment complaint. Complainant stated the 29 year old Bridgeton male continuously calls his home wanting to speak with his daughter. Today the complainant stated the subject threatened him. Both parties were advised to stay away from each other and were advised of the process for signing complaints.
A 30 year old West Deptford resident was admitted to Underwood Memorial Hospital. Drugs were found in his possession. Hospital personnel turned the drugs over to police officers. Charges were filed against the male for possession of CDS.
Officers were dispatched to South Broad Street for a 40 year old male urinating in public, yelling and causing a disturbance. The male was located and due to his disorderly behavior was taken into custody. It appeared the male was highly intoxicated. The male was later charged with lewdness and disorderly conduct.
A Marlton, NJ resident was sent a warning letter regarding an abandoned vehicle on a Dare Street property. Officers will follow up in 10 days
Officers were dispatched for an activated burglar alarm at the Woodbury Variety store. A top pane of glass on the front south side door was smashed and a broken piece of block was found inside and outside the door. Incident is still under investigation. It is unknown at this time the value of the items taken. A copy of the store surveillance video will be obtained from the store owner.
Officers responded to the area of Penn and Lincoln Streets for a report of a child having been bitten by a dog. It appeared the dog escaped from the yard due to a broken piece of fencing. The owner is currently out of town and will provide all necessary information for this investigation upon return.
An off duty officer observed a 55 year old Woodbury resident give alcoholic beverages to minors. The minors left the area on bicycles. The juveniles were later located. The alcoholic beverages were recovered from the juveniles. The juveniles were transported to headquarters where they were later released to their appropriate guardian. Each was charged with possession of alcohol by a minor. The adult male was later served with a summons for providing alcohol to minors pending court in Woodbury Municipal court.
Officers responded to Walgreen’s Pharmacy for a suspected shoplifting. The surveillance video was able to show the registration of the vehicle the suspect had been driving. The suspect later responded to police headquarters and denied shoplifting any items from Walgreen’s. She was advised she was no longer welcome in the Walgreen’s and at this time there will be no charges.
Police received a call of a subject at the bus stop on N. Broad Street threatening suicide. Officers located the 28 year old Bellmawr resident. He stated he had no intention of harming himself but just wanted to be done with his ex-girlfriend. When he stated “get away” he meant to get away from her. He was extremely agitated, using profanities. After several warnings to calm down and stop using profanity, he was issued a summons for breach of peace. He again confirmed he had no intention of harming himself and just wanted his ex-girlfriend to leave him alone.
A Drexel Street resident reported someone broke a glass beer bottle in his driveway overnight. He did not see anyone in the area. It did not appear the bottle struck or damaged anything. He was advised to contact the police if any damage was located or there were any further problems.
Gloucester Township Police contacted headquarters regarding a vehicle used in their town during a drug deal that went wrong. They advised a silver handgun was suspected to be in the vehicle. The vehicle was registered to a Maple Street resident. Officers located the vehicle on Maple Street. The driver, a 32 year old Woodbury resident was taken into custody and turned over to Gloucester Township Police for their investigation.
Officers responded to the East Coast Gas Station for a fight in progress. According to witnesses, the vehicle started to pull away from the gas pump and the attendant had to remove the nozzle quickly to avoid any damage to the pump. When the attendant went to the vehicle window for payment, the passenger exited the vehicle and began punching the attendant. The suspect stated the attendant leaned into the vehicle yelling at the driver and started choking her. The driver did not say anything about being assaulted, had no signs of injury or appeared to be in any distress. The suspect was charged with simple assault.
During a visit to a Carpenter Street residence, Social Services reported a hypodermic needle was uncapped and left on the porch railing. Officer’s investigation revealed the resident is in possession of a card for needle exchange. She was advised to property dispose of the needles so there is no unnecessary injury.
Officers responded to a High Street residence for an assault. The caller who appeared to have been drinking, was highly agitated and stated her neighbor took her phone and assaulted her. The caller stated although the phone is registered to her neighbor, it was returned to her home by the postal service in error. The caller stated she decided to keep the phone. As her neighbor came to get the phone, both parties were pulling on it. The caller was shoved to the ground. The caller was advised on how to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office. Attempts to reach the neighbor were unsuccessful.
A Stuart Street resident contacted the police regarding the father of her grandchild harassing her. She does not wish for the 25 year old city resident to contact her residence or visit the home. She was advised on how to have her daughter contact Family Court to pursue a child custody order to avoid any future problems. The complainant was also advised on how to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.
A Cooper Street resident reported he wanted to change his visitation hours with his children. The mother of his children apparently became upset as he had changed the times of visitation for various reasons. The complainant is concerned the children’s mother will cause a problem for him at his rental home causing an effect on his rental assistance. The male was advised to seek assistance from Family Court regarding obtaining a child custody order which would help both parties.
During a motor vehicle stop on a vehicle with Florida registration plates, the operator of the vehicle had the vehicle registered with a Woodbury, NJ residence. He reported he was staying with the mother of his children here in Woodbury. The officer checked the rental agreement system and the driver was not on the lease. Both parties were issued a summons for violating the rental agreement.