Police were dispatched to the area of N. Broad/Walnut Streets for a disturbance. The individuals were arguing over an incident involving their children. All were advised of the procedures to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.
Officers were dispatched to Inspira Hospital for a patient who had assaulted a nurse. The 26 year old Turnersville resident was issued a summons for assault.
Woodbury units responded to Carpenter Street for a disturbance. The individuals were arguing over an incident that occurred amongst their children. A 30 year old Woodbury resident was issued a summons for disorderly conduct. All were advised of the procedures to sign complaints with the court clerk’s office.
A Nelson Avenue resident advised unknown person/s entered their vehicle. Nothing was removed from the vehicle which was not locked.
A Paulsboro resident doing renovations on an E. Barber Avenue property reported his tools were stolen from inside the residence during the overnight hours. He was advised a report would be on file. Incident remains under investigation.
A 41 year old Lafayette Avenue resident advised police someone slashed the tires on her vehicle. There are no suspects at this time.
Officers responded to a Carpenter Street residence for an unwanted person. The caller advised the 20 year old Woodbury resident was no longer welcome at the home. The accused continued to act in a disorderly fashion and was issued a summons for his behavior.
A Mantua Avenue resident contacted police regarding a possible burglary to her son’s apartment. Caller stated her son is out of town and someone was in his apartment. The male fled when she shouted at him. Incident remains under investigation.
Police were dispatched to a Curtis Avenue residence for a domestic violence incident. All domestic violence guidelines were completed.
A caller reported a male repeatedly urinates in the bushes at their apartment complex. Officers did locate the accused who was positively identified. The accused was issued a summons for lewd behavior.
Several individuals were issued a summons for occupant standard violations; living in a rental unit and not being on the lease.
Officers were dispatched to a High Street residence for a fight. Two females advised they were fighting each other. Each tenant was issued a summons for simple assault and advised to stay away from one another.
Police observed a 50 year old Woodbury resident crossing S. Broad & Hopkins Street without using the crosswalk creating a traffic hazard. The male was issued a summons for obstruction of traffic.
A Lincoln Street resident advised his screen was ripped however the window remained closed and locked. Apparently unknown actor/s attempted to gain entry to his residence. He was advised to contact the police immediately if anyone or anything suspicious is seen in the area.
A Paulsboro resident reported while in the park at the YMCA, unknown actor/s removed her purse from a bench. Several items were located in the purse and a list was provided. A search of the area was negative for anyone as well as any of the missing items.
While on routine patrol officers observed a 49 year old Westville resident eating something while in her vehicle then throw the wrapper outside the window. The operator was issued a summons for littering.
Several letters were sent to property owners regarding the maintenance of their properties. Follow up investigations will be completed in ten days.
A 19 year old National Park resident report his wallet was stolen in West Deptford. His credit card was subsequently used in the Woodbury area. He was advised a report would be on file for his financial institution.
An Aberdeen Place resident contacted police regarding his neighbor’s dog. The neighbor’s dog bit his dog while it was leashed. The owner did not have the dog registered with the city. A summons was issued. Animal Control was notified of the incident.
Officers observed a 21 year old Blackwood NJ resident conduct a CDS transaction with a female. The female was unable to be located. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. The accused was processed and issued all appropriate summonses.
Woodbury units responded to Inspira Hospital for a 24 year old Paulsboro resident creating a disturbance inside the hospital. The accused was issued a summons for breach of peace.
A 42 year old Woodbury Heights resident reported to headquarters to turn himself in on an active outstanding warrant. The accused was able to post bail and was released from custody with a new court date.
Police observed a 32 year old Woodbury resident on S. Broad Street, known to officers to have an active outstanding warrant for his arrest. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the accused was turned over to the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department in default of bail.
Officers were dispatched to the Sunoco Gas Station for a domestic violence incident. All domestic violence guidelines were completed.
While on patrol on Railroad Avenue, officers located two Woodbury residents, age 37 and 36, drinking from a open container of alcoholic beverages. The alcohol was destroyed and properly disposed. Both individuals were issued a summons for open container of alcohol in public.
Woodbury units responded to a domestic violence incident on Carpenter Street. All domestic violence guidelines were completed.
A Logan Street resident advised he discovered damage to the playground area of West End School. He had observed juveniles with a machete hacking at a tree in his yard. The juveniles fled when he questioned them. He then discovered the damages at the West End School playground.
A property owner on High Street was issued a summons for failing to register the unit as a rental property.
A 53 year old Paulsboro resident was observed soliciting money from individuals on the CVS and McDonald’s restaurant property. The accused has been advised in the past not to be on the properties as per management. The accused was stopped and issued a summons for defiant trespassing and breach of peace.
A Hunter Street resident reported the railing on her front porch was pulled away. The homeowner suspects juveniles in the area but did not see anyone damage the railing.
An attorney on N. Broad Street reported the desks in his office had been ransacked. Several items were removed from the office. He was advised a report would be on file.
The YMCA reported several items were damaged on the tennis courts. The counselor had left the items on the courts while busy with another activity. There are no suspects at this time.
A taxi company was issued a summons for operating in the City without the proper license.