WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER 02-13-2022 TO 02-19-2022
02-13-2022 TO 02-19-2022
On 2/13 a Woodbury resident was charged with Damage to Property, as the result of an incident on Evergreen Avenue. Court date is pending.
On 2/14 a Packard Avenue resident reported Fraud. Victim claims someone is using their name to lease cars. No suspects at this time.
On 2/14 a Woodbury resident was charged with Resisting Arrest, Obstruction, and a host of other charges as the result of a motor vehicle stop. Court date is pending
On 2/14 a National Park resident reported someone broke their windows in their vehicle, while it was parked in a lot on N. Broad. No suspects at this time.
On 2/14 Tony Sopranos Pizza reported Theft, as the result of a delivery made to the wrong address. Officers advised the employee how to sign complaints with Deptford Court.
On 2/17 an Edith Avenue resident reported a Theft. The Victim left their belongings at the curb, when inside residence and upon returning noticed all of her belongings were gone. No suspects at this time.
On 2/17 a resident on Evergreen Avenue reported someone wrote profanity on their front door, and suspect the neighbor.
On 2/17 a Woodbury resident reported someone broke the glass enclosure at a bus stop on N. Broad. Incident is under investigation.
On 2/17 two West Deptford residents were charged with Receiving Stolen Property and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, as the result of a pedestrian stop on N. Broad Street. Court date is pending.
On 2/18 two CVS employees reported being assaulted when approaching a group of Shoplifting suspects. Suspects fled prior to Police arrival. Incident under investigation.
On 2/18 a S. Barber Avenue resident reported someone broke several windows at their residence. Incident under investigation.
On 2/18 a Lukoil employee reported a vehicle received gas, and left without paying. No suspects at this time.
On 2/19 a Mullica Hill resident reported their vehicle stolen while parked in the CVS parking lot. Incident under investigation.
On 2/19 a Station Drive resident reported their front license plate missing. Resident was on vacation, and did not know exactly when the plate went missing. No suspects at this time.
On 2/19 a Gloucester City resident was charged with Theft of a Motor Vehicle, Possession of CDS, and various other criminal and traffic offenses as the result of an incident that occurred at the Wawa on Evergreen Avenue. Court date is pending.