Calls for Service April 22, 2011
Officers responded for a dog running in the street in the area of Park Avenue. Dog was returned to its owner. Further investigation revealed the owner has two dogs, neither were registered with the City. Complaints were signed.
Officers responded to a customer dispute at East Coast Gas. Customer stated attendant put more gas in the vehicle than originally requested.
A report of a lost wallet was taken. Subject stated the wallet was lost while at Police Headquarters. To date no wallet has been turned in.
Officers responded to the area of Hopkins and Franklin Streets for a female who stated she was shot by a paintball gun from a subject in a motor vehicle. Check of the area for the vehicle and subjects was unsuccessful. Complainant later called police stating the suspects were on the corner of Broad and Hopkins Streets. Upon officer’s arrival, no one in the area matched the description given of the suspects.
Officers responded to the Woodlake Apartment complex for a report of a burglary. Victim stated a 37” flat screen was taken some time between 6:00 pm and 12:00 am. It appears the suspects entered the apartment by way of the balcony.
Female reported to police headquarters that she lost her New Jersey driver’s license between 4/21/11 and 4/22/11 while walking on South Broad Street.
Pedestrian was observed walking in the area of S. Broad and W. Centre Streets. Subject had outstanding warrants from the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department. Accused was placed under arrest. Five bags of suspected marijuana were located on the subject. Complaints were signed for the possession of marijuana. Subject was lodged in the Gloucester County Jail in default of bail on his warrant.
Officers responded to the area of N. Broad Street for a disturbance. A designated driver refused to continue to take an intoxicated female home due to her actions. Police transported the intoxicated female to Underwood Memorial Hospital for treatment.
Patient was taken to Underwood Memorial Hospital. While hospital staff were performing their duties they located a bag of suspected heroin on the patient. Suspected CDS was turned over to the police department. Complaints were signed.
Patient taken to Underwood Memorial Hospital for high level of intoxication. Patient was attempting to leave the hospital when he was prevented from doing so by hospital staff, struggle ensued where the patient assaulted a member of the staff. Complaints were signed.