Officers were called to the CVS Pharmacy for a possible shoplifter. Upon investigation there was no shoplifting at this time. Subject was advised not to return to CVS and left the area without further incident.
Officers responded to the Woodlake apartment complex for a dispute over a parking spot. Both parties were advised to avoid one another and not to park in each other’s assigned place.
Officers were called to Wick Boulevard for a dog bite. The neighbor’s dog got out of the yard, bit another dog and the owner while trying to separate the dogs. Charges were filed for allowing the dog to run at large.
Weichert Realty reported their signs advertising an “open house” were stolen from the area of Queen Street. The signs are valued at a total of $270.00. Checks of the area proved negative for locating the stolen signs.
Officers responded to Briar Hill Lane for a domestic restraining order violation. Resident was receiving telephone calls from an ex partner. Warrant was issued for the arrest of the accused.
Officers responded to the 500 block of Tatum Street for a criminal mischief complaint. Resident advised someone threw a rock at her storm window shattering it. Resident believes children were playing in the area and threw the rock. Cost to repair the damage is unknown at this time.
Officers responded to the area of Manor and Lafayette Avenue for a motor vehicle complaint. Multiple calls were received regarding a vehicle striking several parked cars in the area. Subject had fled the area south toward Naomi Avenue. Witness stated the operator of the motor vehicle struck him while riding his bicycle then repeatedly struck the parked vehicles. Accused was located and identified by witnesses. He was charged with assault by auto, criminal mischief and various motor vehicle traffic summonses.
Cinnaminson Township Police Department notified headquarters of a subject they had arrested who admitted to a burglary in Woodbury. Accused was transported to Woodbury and pointed out the property he had burglarized. He was charged with burglary, criminal mischief and possession of burglary tools. He is currently lodged in the Burlington County Jail.
Officers responded to the area of N. Broad and Hunter Streets for subject arguing loudly creating a disturbance. One accused knocked over several magazine stands causing the magazines to scatter across the street. The accused was found to have an outstanding warrant and was placed under arrest. Gloucester Township released the accused on his own recognizance and Woodbury officers charged him with criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.
While officers were handling the subject involved in the argument his aunt was screaming and yelling at him, using profanities. Despite being warned numerous times to calm down, she did not and was subsequently charged with breach of peace.
Officers were dispatched for a noise complaint in the area of Cherry Street. Both males were identified with one of the males have two outstanding warrants. He was placed under arrest and later released from the warrants on his own recognizance with new court dates.
Officers responded to a male and females arguing in the area of E. Centre Street. Both were advised several times to stop arguing and using profanities. Both continued to argue causing public annoyance and alarm. Both were charged with disorderly conduct and violation of occupancy standards by committing a disorderly act at a rental property.
Curtis Avenue residents reported the theft of their laptop computer. The computer was entered into NCIC as stolen and the investigation is ongoing.
Officers were contacted by a realtor who advised a vacant property in the 200 block of High Street had a broken window. It appeared as though an unknown actor attempted to gain access to the property. Further investigation revealed items were taken from inside the home. Case continues to be under investigation.
Officers responded to a call of tents set up in the park path located along the Woodbury creek off of Wood Street. Juveniles stated they had spent the night in the tents and that their parents were aware of this. They thought they were allowed to camp out there. Parents were contacted and advised there is no camping allowed there and were also advised of curfew laws.
Officers responded to a residence for a child custody issued. While dropping off the children the couple had an argument. The mother refused then to leave the children. The father was advised to contact Family Court to file a complaint.
Resident contacted the police in reference to a cat carrier containing a pregnant female cat. Resident is involved in a cat rescue organization. There were no identifiers on the carrier or the cat to determine where the cat came from.
Officers responded to the 100 block of Delaware Street for a structure fire. Smoke was coming from the rear of the building. Officers evacuated the building and the Woodbury Fire Department extinguished the fire. It was determined careless smoking was the cause of the fire on the second story balcony. Cost to make repair is unknown at this time.
Officers responded to a suspicious vehicle parked behind a store on N. Broad Street. While speaking to the occupants, officers observed open alcohol inside the vehicle. Charges were filed against the driver.
Officers responded to a male and female arguing in S. Broad Street in the area of Curtis Avenue. Officers could hear them arguing over a block away. Both subjects were identified and issued breach of peace summonses.
A home health aide contacted police regarding her patient who suffers from dementia. As the home health aide arrived to the residence the patient was not home. This is not the first time the female had left home without telling anyone. Officers checked the area with negative results for the female. A pick up and hold was put out for the well being of the patient. Later in the evening the home health aide reported the resident had returned home unharmed.
City Hall employee reported a vehicle driven by Woodbury Heights employees but parked at city hall has a new dent in the side. A check will be made with Woodbury Heights officials to determine if the damage is new.
Officers responded to the Rite Aid Pharmacy for a shoplifting. The accused was located in the rear parking lot and identified by store employees. Accused was placed under arrest and charged with shoplifting. He was served with his summons and advised not to return to the Rite Aid store again.
Property maintenance letters were sent to a resident on Lupton Avenue. Officers will follow up in 10 days.
Acme store employees reported a shoplifting. Surveillance cameras showed a white male leaving the store with seafood under his shirt. Investigation ongoing.
A vacant residence on Myrtle Avenue was burglarized. Suspects cut copper piping from the property. Investigation is ongoing.
An abandoned vehicle warning sticker was placed on a vehicle in the lot behind the Pep Boys Store. Officers will follow up in 48 hours and take any appropriate action.
Subjects broke into a city owned vehicle while it was parked by Woodbury City Hall. The rear passenger side window was broken but no items appeared to have been taken.