WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER 1/23/2023 TO 1/31/2023
1-23-2023 TO 1-31-2023
On 1/23 several West Barber Avenue residents reported someone rummaged through their vehicles overnight. A suspect has been identified.
On 1/23 an employee from McDonalds reported a male causing a disturbance inside the restaurant. The employee wanted the male removed and not to return. The male left without incident.
On 1/24 a West Centre Street resident reported being harassed by a neighbor. The resident was given Instructions on how to sign complaints.
On 1/24 a Wenonah resident was issued multiple traffic summonses as the result of a traffic stop in the area of East Barber Avenue and S. Evergreen Avenue. Court date pending.
On 1/24 a National Park resident was charged with Defiant Trespassing. Court date pending.
On 1/24 a Hammonton resident was issued a traffic summons due to an accident that occurred at South Evergreen Avenue and Hunter Street. Court date pending.
On 1/25 an Acme employee reported a shoplifting. The suspect was gone prior to police arrival. Incident is under investigation.
On 1/26 a Woodbury resident was placed under arrest due to active warrants. Court date pending.
On 1/26 an employee from CVS Pharmacy reported a male entered the store and removed $87.93 worth of merchandise and fled the store without paying. Incident is under investigation.
On 1/27 a Woodbury resident was arrested due to a disturbance at a Glover Street resident. Court date pending.
On 1/28 a Woodbury resident was issued traffic summonses for Unclear Plates, Unregistered Vehicle, and Failure to Exhibit Insurance as a result of a traffic stop. Court date pending.
On 1/28 a South Evergreen business owner reported lost dealer tags.
On 1/29 a National Park resident was issued a summons for Littering. Court date pending.
On 1/30 a Deptford resident was charged with Shoplifting due to an incident that occurred at Acme on January 25th. Court date pending.
On 1/30 an employee of a North Evergreen Avenue business reported harassing comments made by a former employee. They did not wish to file complaints and only wanted the incident documented.
On 1/30 a Woodbury resident was issued summonses for Disorderly Conduct and Breach of Peace due to an altercation inside the Woodlake Apartment Office. Court date pending.