Calls for Service 4/27/11
Officers stopped a subject sitting on the steps of a no trespassing area. Subject attempted to hinder his own apprehension by providing a false name. Further investigation revealed the subject had an active warrant for his arrest. He was placed under arrest on the warrant. Subject was issued two summonses for hindering and trespassing.
Hemlock Terrace resident contacted the police with regard to the well being of his adult daughter who suffers from epilepsy. Resident stated she went to visit a friend in Westville. Westville officers went to the residence and no one would answer the door. Attempts to contact the daughter via her cell phone were unsuccessful as the line was no longer in service.
A Progress Avenue resident reported his laptop computer was stolen from his bedroom. Resident was not home over the weekend. His roommates were questioned regarding the theft. Both denied having taken the computer. Investigation to continue.
Officers responded to Bell Lake Apartments for a burglary. Resident stated a plastic jar with a digital coin counter top containing approximately $120.00 was taken from his living room. It appears entry and exit to the apartment was made through a bedroom window. The window was closed but not locked. Nothing else appears to be missing. Investigation to continue.
Officers responded to the 200 block of Hunter Street for criminal mischief. Resident stated someone threw eggs at her home. There did not appear to be any damage. Resident also stated the previous evening someone threw eggs at her vehicle and attempted to enter the vehicle through her partially cracked open window. Entry to the vehicle was not made. Resident suspects juveniles in the neighborhood. Officers spoke with a neighboring resident who stated he would make sure he spoke with his children. No complaints at this time.
Resident of the 400 block of Lincoln Street reported a theft of medication from her purse. Officers spoke with others who were on the porch of the property who denied taking the medication. A female on location was found to have active warrants from Deptford Township and Camden City. She was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. Subject was released on her own recognizance by both towns. She was released with new court dates.
Police were requested to the 400 block of Lincoln Avenue for a neighbor complaint. While cutting the grass the male juvenile apparently asked his neighbor to stop throwing yard debris in his yard. Neighbor began to yell at the juvenile and subsequently the police were called. Both parties were advised to stay away from each other.