Activity Report

calls for service

2/27/11

Officers responded to North Evergreen, near Woodlake Apartments for a disturbance.  After an investigation by responding officers, a male subject was arrested for trespassing and loitering to purchase CDS. (Controlled Dangerous Substance)

Officers responded to Dare Street for a neighbor complaint.  One of the involved people was issued a Municipal Ordinance Violation for Breach of Peace.

A resident had items and change stolen from his UNLOCKED car on Hemlock Terrace.

Officers responded to South Broad Street in the area of the White House for a disturbance.  Subjects were gone prior to arrival.

Officers responded to Franklin Street for a suspicious vehicle.  Upon investigation it was determined that the driver was a suspended driver and was issued summons.  The vehicle left with a valid driver.

Officers took a criminal mischief complaint on the 100 block of West Street.  Juveniles, who were not apprehended, threw a rock through a window.

Officers responded to West End School for a juvenile fight.  The fight was broken up before arrival and both parties’ parents’ were given the opportunity to sign complaints.

During a motor vehicle stop for speeding, the driver was arrested for warrants issued from Moorestown Municipal Court.

Officers responded to McDonald’s on North Broad Street for an unwanted person.  The actor left prior to arrival, but because of the description he was found at CVS.  The male subject was prohibited from being on that property and was arrested for Trespassing.

Officers responded to the White House for new graffiti.  A report was taken.

Officers responded to the 100 block of West Centre Street for an unwanted person.  The male subject was found and arrested for several criminal offenses.  The incident stemmed from a previous Domestic Violence incident.

A female subject was arrested at CVS for attempting to pass a fraudulent prescription.

Officers responded to Cash for Gold for a suspicious person complaint.  Subjects were not found but the investigation is continuing.

3/1/11

A female was turned over by Underwood Memorial Hospital security for being in possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance.  Officers issued and signed complaints.

A female was arrested for DWI on East Redbank Avenue.  She was released after processing to a sober driver.

Officers met with a female subject who was a victim of ID theft.  Someone attempted to use her information in filing tax documents. 

A male victim reported to officers that after leaving his wallet on the counter at Wawa unattended, a Hispanic female stole it.  Investigation is continuing.

A male subject was arrested at Woodlake Apartments for Trespassing.  The subject was recently advised by letter that he was not allowed on the premises.

Officers responded to the 300 block of High Street for a victim that had their UNLOCKED vehicle broken into.  Various items were stolen.

 

 

Calls for service

2/17/11

Officers responded to Curtis Avenue for a disturbance complaint.  That complaint resulted in two complaints being signed.

Officers that were investigating a possible Trespassing complaint in the area of Woodbury Court Apartments made a warrant arrest on an individual who was on the property illegally.

An individual was arrested in the area of Woodbury Court Apartments for an active arrest warrant from Camden City.

Officers responded to the area of Curtis and S. Broad Street for an unknown problem.  Upon their arrival they were met by a victim of an assault.  A report was taken and complaints may be pending. 

Officers responded to Woodlake Apartments for a criminal mischief complaint.  They were met by the victim whom had her car window broken out by a black male that was the passenger is a white Ford SUV.  A report was taken and the incident is under investigation.

Woodbury Units stopped a vehicle because it did not have a front license plate.  During the course of the stop it was found that the operator had an active arrest warrant out of Camden City.  He was arrested and issued traffic summons.

 

Calls for Service

2/15/11

Officers were dispatched to Acme for a disturbance in the parking lot.  4 subjects were found to be shouting obscenities at each other due to a prior disagreement at a different location.  When they saw each other at the store the disagreement continued.  Subjects were charged with a Municipal Ordinance Violation for Breach of the Peace.

Officers responded to South Broad Street near Centre to assist another law enforcement agency with the apprehension of a subject that was wanted on outstanding arrest warrants.  The subject was located, arrested, and the transported to Gloucester County Jail.

Officers responded to Cash for Gold for a theft complaint.  The owner reported that a former employee stole scrap jewelry in December.  The owner was advised that she could sign complaints at her convenience.

Owner of a Wallace Street residence was issued complaints for an “unlicensed rental property” and “unregistered tenants”.  Due to follow up on a different investigation the Housing Officer discovered the violations.

Officers responded to Colonial Park Apartments to talk with a security officer that was threatened.  The person who did the threatening was still on the premises.  Officers spoke with the guard and no complaints were signed at this time.  The accused was unable to be located once the officers arrived.

Officers responded to Golf Drive in reference to people trespassing on Woodbury Country Club property.  The subjects were located and advised the officers that they had permission to retrieve property.  Officers turned the subjects away and advised the subjects that they must have written authorization before removing property.

 

calls for service

2/14/10

Officers responded to Heritages for a shoplifting.  No arrest made but the description of the accused is a black male, 5’9”, average build, late 20’s, thin beard, black jacket with a fur lined hood, blue jeans and work boots.

Officers responded to Acme for a shoplifting.  Suspects were arrested.

Officers were called to the Colonial Diner for a suspicious person slumped over his vehicles steering wheel.  Subject was arrested for active warrants in Middlesex County.  The subject was also in possession of drug paraphernalia. 

Officers responded to St Pat’s Church for someone stealing from the poor box.  Upon arrival a suspect was apprehended.  The same subject had active arrest warrants out of several municipalities.

2/12/11

During a motor vehicle stop on Broad near High Street, a male subject was arrested for active arrest warrants from Harrison Twp Municipal Court.

During a motor vehicle stop on Broad near W. Centre, a male subject was arrested for an active arrest warrant issued by Brooklawn Municipal Court.

Officers responded to the area of Lincoln Street for a domestic violence complaint.  No complaints at this time.

During a motor vehicle stop in the area of Washington and Redbank Ave., a male subject was arrested for active warrants issued in Woodbury Municipal Court.

During a motor vehicle stop on Broad near High Street, a female subject was arrested for an active arrest warrant issued in Camden and Haddon Twp.

During a motor vehicle stop on Broad near Cooper Street, a male subject was arrested for an open alcoholic container and active warrants from several municipalities.

Officers were dispatched to Burholme Avenue for a white male causing a disturbance.  The subject was arrested for assault and multiple warrants.

While on patrol in the Woodlake Apartment Complex two male subjects were arrested for multiple active arrest warrants.  One of the subjects was also wanted by the Michigan Department of Corrections and was going to be held on a “no bail” warrant in Gloucester County Jail. 

During a motor vehicle stop on North Evergreen Avenue a male subject was arrested for active arrest warrants issued by several municipalities.  At HQ, it was found he was also in possession of a controlled dangerous substance and charged additionally.

 

January Overview

In January the Department answered 1791 calls for service.  That is up from the 1667 calls answered in December.  Calls that commonly top our list are Burglar Alarms (88 calls), Motor Vehicle Stops (396 stops), Motor Vehicle Accidents (49), and calls for Local Ordinance violations (92).  The local ordinance violations are higher than normal mostly because of unshoveled walkways.  There are many other calls our officers answer but some of the calls I mentioned above are consistently top our list.  

For the month of January the Department issued over 450 tickets.  They arrested over 60 adults and 7 juveniles.  As for local ordinance violations issued, that number is 205.  All of these violations are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law, and if you have ever attended a court session in our town you can understand why it is always busy.

Please call if you have any questions or concerns.  I will be periodically adding "crime log" type entries to this page.