Several individuals were issued summonses for occupant standard violations; residing in a rental unit and not being on the lease.
A 24 year old Carriage House Apartment complex resident contacted the police regarding criminal mischief. An unknown person threw a rock through his bedroom window breaking same. Complex maintenance was advised of the incident.
Police were dispatched to the WaWa Food Market parking lot for an assault. A 23 year old Mantua resident and a 29 year old Woodbury resident advised they were assaulted by two males. WaWa will supply the surveillance video to police. Incident remains under investigation.
A 30 year old Woodbury resident was observed crossing S. Broad Street without using the provided crosswalk. The individual was stopped by officers and advised of the violation. A summons for obstructing the roadway was issued.
A 14 year old Allens Lane resident advised his cell phone was removed from his backpack while he was playing basketball on Carpenter Street. His parents were advised a report would be on file.
A Woodbury resident reported while in the lobby awaiting a court issue, a 30 year old Camden resident was yelling racial slurs against her. There was no apparent provocation for this incident. The accused was issued a summons and escorted from the lobby.
A 48 year old Woodbury resident was placed under arrest for active outstanding warrants. The accused could not post the required bail and was lodged in the Salem County Jail in default.
A Progress Avenue resident reported she is missing a valuable ring from her residence. There are no suspects at this time. Incident remains under investigation.
Police responded to the Woodlake Apartment complex for a suspicious male knocking on doors. The male was located and advised he was lost. A warrant check showed active outstanding warrants for the male’s arrest. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. At headquarters the issuing municipalities released the accused on his own recognizance with a new court date. The 24 year old Camden resident was released from custody.
A High Street resident reported a package delivered by the post office, was stolen from his property. The incident was also reported to the Post Master.
Police were dispatched to the area of S. Broad and Curtis Avenue for a taxi cab driver reporting a robbery. The driver stated she drove an individual from Vineland to Woodbury. The individual then stole money from the driver and fled. Incident remains under investigation.
A 31 year old Woodbury resident, known to police from previous incidents, was observed on S. Broad Street. Officers were aware of several outstanding active warrants on the accused. The accused was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. The accused was then transported to the Salem County Jail in default of bail.
Officers observed two individuals cross S. Broad Street without using the provided crosswalk creating a traffic hazard. One individual, a 21 year old Mt. Royal resident was found to have an active outstanding warrant. The accused was placed under arrest and turned over to East Greenwich Township Police Department.
A 27 year old Woodbury resident was stopped by police for riding a bicycle without proper lighting. A warrant check revealed the accused had an active outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters. The issuing municipality released the accused on his own recognizance. The accused was then released from custody with a new court date.
The Hope Christian Fellowship Church reported copper piping, copper fitting and an aluminum cover were removed from church property. Representatives were advised a report would be on file.
A 36 year old Woodbury resident reported she allowed a 27 year old Sewell resident to use her vehicle. The vehicle has not been returned and she wished to report the vehicle stolen. She was advised a report would be on file and the vehicle would be entered into NCIC.
A Wenonah resident advised while her vehicle was parked on E. Centre Street, the alarm went off. She did observe a shadowy figure in the area but did not observe anyone near the vehicle. A search of the area for any suspects proved negative at this time.
A Woodbury resident was observed walking in the middle of the street on Allens Lane. There are sidewalks provided in the area for pedestrians. The male was stopped and a warrant check revealed active outstanding warrants for his arrest. The accused was transported to police headquarters where he was turned over to Westville Police Department.
A Hunter Street resident advised police his bicycle was removed from his front porch during the overnight hours. The description of the bicycle was provided to police. The victim was advised a report would be on file.
A 25 year old Woodbury resident advised police while his vehicle was parked off of Oak Street, unknown individuals threw a brick through the window of the vehicle and removed cash from the center console. The victim was advised a report would be on file.
Officers observed two individuals enter the lot of Ace Ford after business hours. Investigation revealed vehicle parts in the back of the truck. Both individuals were placed under arrest and lodged in the Salem County Jail for attempted burglary.
Two individuals, a 21 year old and 22 year old, both from Williamstown, were observed with open containers at the bus stop on N. Broad Street. The two were approached by officers and issued the appropriate summonses. The alcohol was destroyed and placed in the trash.
A 39 year old Woodbury resident was observed crossing S. Broad Street without using the crosswalk. Several vehicles had to stop abruptly to avoid striking the individual. A summons was issued.
Several letters were sent to property owners regarding maintenance violations on the property. A follow up investigation will be completed in ten days.
Police observed a 40 year old Woodbury resident on the property of Carriage House Apartments. The individual has been advised he was not permitted on the property. The accused was issued a summons for defiant trespassing.
A 24 year old Glassboro resident reported while leaving Family Court his co-parent, a 30 year old Paulsboro resident made harassing statements toward him. He was advised a report would be on file.
Officers observed a 55 year old Woodbury resident soliciting funds from passing motorists. The individual initially provided false information to police. He was properly identified and issued several summonses.
Police responded to the Hunter Street area for a suspicious male. The 47 year old Woodbury resident was located and found to have several active outstanding warrants for his arrest. The accused was placed under arrest and turned over to Camden City Police Department.