WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER 05-15-2022 TO 05-21-2022

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER
05-15-2022 TO 05-21-2022

On 5/15 an employee at Woodbury Mews reported receiving threatening emails from a former resident. Incident under investigation.

On 5/17 a Centre Street resident reported someone had stolen their electric bicycle while they were not home. No suspects at this time.

On 5/17 a Westville resident was charged with Burglary, Trespass, and various other criminal charges, as the result of a dispute that occurred on N. Evergreen Avenue. Court date is pending.

On 5/17 an employee of GC Packaging reported someone had spray painted graffiti on the back of their building sometime overnight. No suspects at this time.

On 5/18 a Lafayette Avenue resident reported receiving a scam phone call. The caller claimed to be an Officer with Woodbury Police Department. No suspects at this time.

On 5/18 a West Deptford resident was charged with Defiant Trespass, after being found at a business on N. Broad Street, after being warned against trespass. Court date pending.

On 5/19 an employee at the Wawa, N. Evergreen Avenue, reported a Shoplifting. The employee was able to retrieve a license plate number of the car fleeing the scene. Incident under investigation.

On 5/19 a Trenton resident was arrested for an active warrant, as the result of a traffic stop on S. Broad Street. Court date is pending.

On 5/20 a High Street resident reported being harassed by an ex-acquaintance. Resident did not wish to pursue charges or restraining order.

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER 05-08-2022 TO 05-14-2022

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER
05-08-2022 TO 05-14-2022

On 5/8 a Blackwood resident was charged with Driving While Intoxicated, Reckless Driving, and various other traffic violations, as the result of a motor vehicle accident. Court date is pending.

On 5/8 an Elm Avenue resident reported that someone removed two wicker chairs from their front porch, sometime between May 3 and May 8.

On 5/8 Police were called out to Mr. B’s Auto for an attempted break in. Two windows on garage doors were broken. No one was on scene when Police arrived.

On 5/9 an employee at Wawa, Evergreen Avenue, reported a male left the store without paying for items. The male was gone on arrival, when Police checked the area.

On 5/9 a Woodbury resident was charged with Robbery and Theft of an Automobile as the result of an incident that occurred on N. Broad Street. Court date is pending.

On 5/10 a N. Evergreen Avenue resident reported someone stole their electric bike, while it was parked outside of their residence. Incident under investigation.

On 5/11 an employee at Wawa reported a Shoplifting. The accused fled in a motor vehicle, and the employee was unsure of direction of flight. No suspects at this time.

On 5/11 a Maple Street resident reported someone had taken a package that was delivered to their residence, while they were not home. No suspects at this time.

On 5/11 residents on N. Evergreen Avenue reported that their neighbor has been harassing them. Police spoke to both parties, who agreed that they wanted the incident documented.

On 5/12 an Evergreen Avenue resident reported that after selling their vehicle, they mistakenly left a license plate in the trunk, and now are receiving various violations connected with the license plate. Police entered the plate as stolen.

On 5/12 a Pine Hill resident reported damage to their vehicle, while parked on N. Evergreen Avenue. Items were removed from the vehicle, as well as, damage to the vehicle’s window.

On 5/12 a North Carolina resident was charged with Disorderly Conduct and Breach of Peace, as the result of an incident that occurred at the Woodbury News store. Court date is pending.

On 5/13 an Evergreen Avenue resident was charged with Simple Assault, as the result of a Domestic incident that occurred on Evergreen Avenue. Court date is pending.

On 5/14 a Camden resident was charged with Simple Assault, as the result of a Domestic incident, which occurred on N. Broad Street. Court date is pending.

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER 05-01-2022 TO 05-07-2022

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER
05-01-2022 TO 05-07-2022

On 5/1 CVS Pharmacy reported a Shoplifting, by three juveniles, who fled the scene. Incident under investigation.

On 5/2 some residents on S. Warner St., Myrtle Ave., and Glover St. were issued violation of Municipal Ordinance for high grass and weeds. Court date is pending.

On 5/2 Aldi reported a Shoplifting. The accused fled the store before Police arrived. Incident under investigation.

On 5/2 a Westville resident was charged with Breach of Peace, and Disorderly Conduct as the result of an incident on Lincoln Street. Court date is pending.

On 5/3 Buon Sapore Pizzeria, N. Broad St., reported someone burglarized the business sometime overnight on May 3. Items were removed from the register. Incident under investigation.

On 5/3 Colonial Diner reported that someone damaged a window located in their vestibule, in the early morning hours of May 3. No suspects at this time, and incident is under investigation.

On 5/3 a Salem City resident was charged with Disorderly Conduct and Breach of Peace, as the result of a disturbance on N. Broad St. Court date is pending.

On 5/4 a Gloucester City resident was issued a Municipal Ordinance violation for Open Container of Alcohol in Public, as the result of an incident on N. Broad St. Court date is pending.

On 5/4 Durand Academy reported someone had removed the Catalytic Converter from one of their vans while it was parked on N. Evergreen Avenue. No suspects at this time.

On 5/5 Lukoil reported someone attempted to break a lock and enter the business sometime overnight on May 5. No suspects at this time.

On 5/5 a student at Woodbury High School reported that someone had taken their bicycle while it was parked outside of the cafeteria. No suspects at this time.

On 5/6 a West Deptford resident was charged with Trespassing as the result of an incident that occurred on Russell Street. Court date is pending.

On 5/6 a Gloucester City resident was charged with Municipal Ordinance violations for Open Container of Alcohol and Public Consumption of Alcohol, as the result of an incident on E. Redbank Ave. Court date is pending.

On 5/7 a Hess Avenue resident reported someone threw a bottle through her front window causing it to shatter. No one appeared to be in the area when she checked after hearing the crashing of glass. Incident under investigation.

On 5/7 a Newark resident was charged with Trespassing and Possession of CDS, as the result of an incident on N. Broad St. Court date is pending.

On 5/7 a Deptford resident was charged with Driving While Intoxicated, Reckless Driving, as well as, several other traffic violations as the result of a motor vehicle accident on N. Evergreen Avenue. Court date is pending.

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER 04-24-2022 TO 04-30-2022

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER
04-24-2022 TO 04-30-2022

On 4/24 a Crescent Avenue resident was charged with Simple Assault, and other criminal charges as the result of a Domestic Incident. Court date is pending.

On 4/24 a N. Broad Street resident reported that their cell phone was stolen by a friend. Accused was gone before Police arrived.

On 4/25 a Camden resident was charged with Hindering Apprehension, and numerous traffic violations, as the result of a motor vehicle stop on North Broad Street. Court date is pending.

On 4/25 a Lindenwold resident was charged with Shoplifting from the Dollar General, Evergreen Avenue. Court date is pending.

On 4/26 a N. Evergreen Avenue resident requested an unwanted person removed from their property. Police spoke to both parties, and the unwanted person gathered belongings and left the area.

On 4/27 a Voorhees resident was charged with Disorderly Conduct, and Criminal Mischief with Damage, as the result of an incident that occurred on Crescent Avenue. Court date is pending.

On 4/27 a Woodbury resident was charged with Defiant Trespass, after multiple trespass warnings given, at the McDonald’s on N. Broad Street. Court date is pending.

On 4/27 a CVS employee reported a Shoplifting. Suspect was gone prior to Police arrival. Incident under investigation.

On 4/28 an employee of PSE&G reported a theft that occurred at their Substation located on E. Redbank Avenue. No suspects at this time. Incident under investigation.

On 4/28 residents from High Street, as well as, Walnut Street reported bicycles being stolen from their property. No suspects at this time.

On 4/29 a Myrtle Avenue resident report someone had entered their unlocked vehicle overnight, removing a purse containing several items. No suspects at this time.

On 4/29 a Washington Avenue resident reported that someone broke the rear passenger window on their vehicle, sometime overnight while the vehicle was parked outside of their residence. No suspects at this time.

On 4/30 a driver reported something struck their side view mirror, as they were driving through the area of S. Evergreen Avenue. Police checked the area, with negative results for anything suspicious.

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER 04-17-2022 TO 04-23-2022

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER
04-17-2022 TO 04-23-2022

On 4/17 an Elm Avenue resident reported being harassed by someone they met online. Police advised to block the number, and report any additional incidents.

On 4/18 a Watkins Avenue resident reported their vehicle stolen some time overnight while parked at their residence. No suspects at this time.

On 4/18 an employee at the Avenues for Independent Living reported someone removed a Catalytic Converter from one of their vehicles, sometime between 4/16 and the time of the report.

On 4/19 a Sewell resident was taken into custody, and turned over to State Police for an outstanding warrant.

On 4/19 a Hunter Street resident reported being harassed by their roommate. Resident did not wish to file a Restraining Order at this time. Incident was documented.

On 4/19 a Philadelphia resident was charged with Aggravated Assault, as the result of a Domestic incident. Court date is pending.

On 4/20 a Barber Avenue resident was charged with Aggravated Assault, Possession of a Weapon, and Possession of a Weapon for Unlawful Purpose, as the result of a Domestic incident. Court date is pending.

On 4/20 an Evergreen Avenue resident reported that an acquaintance removed several items from their apartment, when resident left apartment for a short time. Investigation pending.

On 4/20 a Hopkins Street resident was charged with Simple Assault, as the result of a Domestic Incident. Court date is pending.

On 4/21 a Glassboro resident, employee of Philly Pretzels, reported losing their cell phone while making a delivery to Colonial Park Apartments. No one turned the phone in, and the phone has not been located.

On 4/21 someone smashed the front glass window of the Heritage Store, N. Broad Street, and removed several packs of cigarettes. Incident under investigation.

On 4/22 a High Street resident reported their car being broken into, and items removed from the vehicle. Incident under investigation.

On 4/22 a CVS Pharmacy employee reported a Shoplifting, which had occurred several hours previous to the report of the incident. No suspects at this time.

On 4/22 a Pennsylvania resident was charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and several traffic offenses, including Driving While Suspended as the result of a motor vehicle stop. Court date is pending.

On 4/23 a Delaware Street resident reported that person(s) have been entering their vacant property on Green Street, damaging the entrance and leaving trash throughout the building. Added patrols will continue to monitor the property.

On 4/23 a Woolwich Township resident was charged with Defiant Trespass, and Possession of Cocaine as the result of an incident that occurred at the Inspira Health Administration Office, Evergreen Avenue. Court date is pending.

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER 4-10-2022 TO 04-16-2022

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER
04-10-2022 TO 04-16-2022

On 4/10 a Vineland resident was arrested on outstanding warrants, as the result of a motor vehicle stop on N. Evergreen Avenue. Court date is pending.

On 4/11 an Edith Avenue resident was issued an ordinance violation for allowing their dog to run at large, and as a result, the dog bit someone. Court date is pending.

On 4/12 a West Deptford resident came into headquarters, and turned over a clear plastic bag containing an unknown white substance, that they found in the parking lot of LukOil, N. Broad Street. The bag was entered into evidence.

On 4/13 a Crescent Avenue resident reported that their package, confirmed delivered, was taken from their doorstep, possibly by a neighbor. No suspects at this time.

On 4/14 a West Deptford resident was arrested for Possession of CDS, Hindering Apprehension, and a host of other criminal and traffic violations, as the result of a motor vehicle stop on N. Broad Street. Court date is pending.

On 4/14 a Westville resident was charged with Disorderly Conduct and Breach of Peace, as the result of a pedestrian stop in front of Police headquarters. Court date is pending.

On 4/15 an employee at the Family Dollar reported a Shoplifting. A Camden resident was taken into custody and charged with the Shoplifting. Court date is pending.

On 4/15 an employee at the Woodbury Mews Senior Living Center reported that someone slashed their two tires while the vehicle was in the parking lot. Incident is under investigation.

On 4/15 a S. Evergreen Avenue resident reported someone had entered their apartment while they were not at home, and removed an Xfinity surveillance camera from a table located in their living room. Incident is under investigation.

On 4/16 a Columbia Street resident had a noise complaint, for juveniles playing loud music. Officers spoke to the group, and asked them to turn the music down. The group complied, and no further incidents reported.

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER 04-03-2022 TO 04-09-2022

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER
04-03-2022 TO 04-09-2022

On 4/3 a Hessian Avenue resident reported their car was burglarized some time overnight. Items were removed from the vehicle while parked outside their residence. Case under investigation.

On 4/3 an employee at Dollar General reported a Shoplifting. Suspect fled on a bicycle prior to Police arrival.

On 4/4 an employee at CVS Pharmacy reported a Shoplifting. A Woodbury resident was charged, and a court date is pending.

On 4/4 a N. Evergreen Avenue reported having a large sum of money stolen. Suspect took their purse, and fled the scene. Case is under investigation.

On 4/5 a Gantt Avenue resident reported harassment by an acquaintance. Officers contacted the acquaintance and asked them to cease contact with the complainant.

On 4/5 a Barber Avenue resident was issued an ordinance violation for allowing dog to run at large. Court date is pending.

On 4/5 an employee at Family Dollar reported a male and female entered the store, removed items from the shelves, and fled in a minivan. No suspects at this time.

On 4/6 a Hopkins Street resident reported that she sent money to a friend’s Zelle account, only to find out the account was hacked. Officers advised the victim to contact their bank.

On 4/6 a Barber Avenue resident report being harassed by a relative of a previous relationship. Resident wanted the incident documented for further reference if needed.

On 4/7 a Centre Street resident reported a former friend accessed their account, and withdrew a large amount of money. Incident under investigation.

On 4/7 a Woodland Avenue resident report someone filed income tax returns under their identity. The proper authorities were contacted, and an investigation is pending.

On 4/8 a Tatum Street resident reported a relative took their vehicle, and did not return it. Vehicle was reported stolen, and attempts to locate the accused have been unsuccessful.

On 4/8 Police were called to the area of Tatum Street and Hess Avenue for the report of juveniles throwing cinder blocks into the street. The juveniles were gone prior to Police arrival.

On 4/9 Police were called to a residence on Curtis Avenue, for reports of a Domestic incident. Police spoke to both parties, and it was decided that all would stay at the residence, and separate for the rest of the evening.

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER 03-27-2022 TO 04-02-2022

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER
03-27-2022 TO 04-02-2022

On 3/27 a Wallace Street resident reported their motor vehicle was taken while parked outside of the residence. No suspects at this time.

On 3/28 a Crescent Avenue resident reported someone opened a credit account, where purchases were made in Mexico. Victim does not know how anyone got their information to open the account.

On 3/29 a National Park resident was charged with Burglary, Criminal Mischief, and Trespassing, after an incident that occurred on N. Broad Street. Court date is pending.

On 3/30 a Camden resident was charged with Hindering Apprehension, and a host of traffic violations, as the result of a motor vehicle stop on S. Broad Street. Court date is pending.

On 3/30 a Sicklerville resident reported an incident of road rage, while traveling in the area of Cooper Street. Incident under investigation.

On 3/30 a Westville resident was charged with Obstruction, Failure to Comply with Directions of Officer, and multiple traffic violations, as the result of a motor vehicle stop. Court date is pending.

On 3/30 a Woodbury resident was charged with Simple Assault, Robbery, and Criminal Mischief as the result of a Domestic incident. Court date is pending.

On 3/31 a N. Broad Street resident reported someone broke a window in their vehicle, entered the vehicle, and removed items from the vehicle. No suspects at this time.

On 3/31 an employee from Durand Academy reported that someone removed the catalytic converter from one of their vehicles, while it was parked in Evergreen Square.

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER 3-20-2022 TO 3-26-2022

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER
03-20-2022 TO 03-26-2022

On 3/20 a Centre Street resident report Theft of a cell phone. No suspects at this time.

On 3/21 an Evergreen Avenue resident reported someone opened up fraudulent accounts in their name, using the funds. Investigation pending.

On 3/22 Maple Street resident reported that someone, acting as a member of the Woodbury Police Department, contacted them asking for bank account information, and other personal information. Resident reported to the Police Department, and spoke with an Officer, who assured the resident that it was a scam.

On 3/22 an Evergreen Avenue resident reported their two windows were broken, as the result of a Domestic incident. Victim was informed how to sign complaints in Municipal Court.

On 3/23 a Sicklerville resident was arrested and charged with Driving under the Influence, as well as, multiple other motor vehicle violations, as the result of a motor vehicle accident. Court date is pending.

On 3/24 a Woodbury resident was charged with Shoplifting, as the result of an incident at the Wawa on Evergreen Avenue. Court date is pending.

On 3/25 an employee at Eight and Sand Brewery reported some time overnight someone removed catalytic converters from two vehicles. Investigation is pending.

On 3/26 Police recovered a motor vehicle at Woodlake Apartments that was reported stolen out of Pennsauken. Incident under investigation.

On 3/26 a Pennsgrove resident was issued a local ordinance violation for Open Container of Alcohol, after it was discovered while on public transportation. Court date is pending.

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER 03-13-2022 TO 03-19-2022

WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER
03-13-2022 TO 03-19-2022

On 3/13 a Harrison Street resident reported their tires had been slashed on their vehicle, sometime overnight on 3/12 while the vehicle was parked at the residence.

On 3/13 a West Deptford resident was issued a summons for Trespass, as the result of an incident on S. Broad Street.

On 3/13 a Deptford resident was issued a summons for Trespass, as the result of the same incident that occurred on S. Broad Street.

On 3/14 an employee at Refreshments Plus, S. Broad Street, reported the theft of vending machines sometime on 3/13. Incident is under investigation.

On 3/14 a Blackwood resident reported that their property, which they were removing from a residence on Carpenter Street, had been damaged by the owner of the residence. Officers advised how to sign complaints in the Municipal Court.

On 3/15 a Woodbury resident reported that Lukoil allegedly sold their minor child nicotine products. Officers advised the resident how to sign complaints with the Municipal Court.

On 3/15 a Leeds Place resident reported that someone broke their entryway window pane, as the result of not allowing accused to stay at the residence. Officers advised the resident how to sign complaints with the Municipal Court.

On 3/15 a Barber Avenue resident reported that someone has been repeatedly harassing them, as the result of a Domestic Incident. Resident did not wish to pursue the matter.

On 3/15 a Runnemede resident was charged with Simple Assault, as the result of a Domestic incident that occurred on N. Broad Street. Court date is pending.

On 3/16 an employee of Little Caesers reported that a former employee had assaulted him in the parking lot of the business. Officers spoke to both parties, and a warning of trespass was issued to the former employee.

On 3/16 a Hendrickson Avenue resident reported being harassed by an estranged relative. The resident did not want to pursue the matter at this time, and just wanted it documented.

On 3/17 a Carpenter Street resident reported an assault, with pepper spray, as the result of a Domestic incident. Victim did not wish to sign complaints.

On 3/18 an employee at the Durand Academy reported that the sign in front of the school had been damaged. No suspects at this time.

On 3/18 a Westville resident was issued a Municipal Ordinance violation of Open Container of Alcohol in Public. Court date is pending.

On 3/19 an employee at the Aldi Store, S. Broad Street, reported a Shoplifting. Incident under investigation.