Officers responded to Laurel Street for criminal mischief. Homeowner related someone has been knocking on his door and running away as well as throwing water balloons at his home. Check of the area was negative for any accused.
Officers observed a subject sitting on a bench on S. Broad Street with open alcohol. Suspect dumped the alcohol and properly disposed of the trash. Suspect received a summons for open alcohol in public.
Officers were in the area of N. Evergreen Avenue when a subject was heard screaming profane language. Suspect stated he was angry due to a previous incident earlier in the evening. Suspect was issued a summons for breach of peace.
While in the area of Evergreen Square, officers heard two subjects arguing, yelling and screaming at each other. The two were separated and each was issued a summons for breach of peace.
Officers responded to the area of E Centre Street for a theft of trash cans from a resident. The cans were located in the rear of the residence and are valued at approximately $24.00. Area was checked with negative results for the property.
Officers observed high grass/debris at a property in the area of Leeds Place. Homeowner was issued a warning letter to have the area cleaned up within 10 days.
Officers were contacted regarding a missing juvenile. Mother reported the child missing. Further investigation found the juvenile to be with a friend and her sister. She was returned home without any further incident.
While on routine patrol, officers observed a male subject cross S. Broad Street against the traffic signal creating a hazardous condition with traffic abruptly stopping. Male was stopped and advised of his violation. Upon identification confirmation, it was learned the male had two active warrants from Camden City. Suspect was placed under arrest. At headquarters he was released on his own recognizance by Camden City with a new court date. He was issued a summons for Improper Pedestrian Crossing.
Owner of the Laundry Basket advised of a theft. The cash box for the business was found empty this morning by the store opening employee. Approximately $244.00 was taken. Case is still under investigation.
Officers observed a property on Leeds Place to have high grass/weeds. A warning letter was sent to the property owner who was advised to have the property cleaned up within ten days.
Officers observed a property on Gantt Avenue to have high grass/weeds. A warning letter was sent to the property owner who was advised to have the property cleaned up within ten days.
South Evergreen Avenue resident contacted police regarding grass clippings being blown into her yard by a neighbor’s landscaper. She requested extra checks of the area for the landscaper to be advised of the problem.