WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER
06-12-2022 TO 06-18-2022
On 6/12 a N. Broad Street resident reported that someone assaulted them while they sat on their porch. The accused is an acquaintance of the victim. Victim did not wish to pursue complaints at this time.
On 6/12 a N. Evergreen Avenue resident was charged with Hindering Apprehension, after an incident that occurred at the Wawa, Evergreen Avenue. Court date is pending.
On 6/13 a Morris Street resident reported their neighbor had gotten spray paint on their car, while spray painting their fence. Damage was seen on the windshield and driver’s side of the vehicle. No charges filed at this time.
On 6/13 an employee at Lukoil, N. Broad Street, reported someone had fled the pumps, after getting their tank full of gas. Incident under investigation.
On 6/13 a Berlin resident was charged with local noise ordinance violation, as the result of an incident that occurred on Aberdeen Place. Court date is pending.
On 6/14 an individual working for Habitat for Humanity reported someone entered a property they are restoring on Deptford Avenue, and removed several tools from the site. No suspects at this time.
On 6/14 a S. Broad Street resident was charged with Simple Assault, Obstruction, and Resisting Arrest by Flight, as the result of a Domestic Incident. Court date is pending.
On 6/14 several people were charged with Disorderly Conduct, Breach of Peace, and one person was charged with Simple Assault, as the result of an incident that occurred on Hopkins Street. Court dates are pending.
On 6/15 a Myrtle Avenue resident reported someone had entered their vehicle sometime between June 6 and June 7, and removed several items from the vehicle. No suspects at this time.
On 6/15 an employee of Bayada Home Health Care reported receiving threatening text messages from an unknown number. The employee is unsure who would send the messages, and is unfamiliar with the number.
On 6/15 a High Street resident reported a physical altercation with their significant other. The accused was gone prior to Police arrival, and the victim did not wish to pursue complaints.
On 6/16 an employee at the Wawa, Evergreen Avenue, reported someone removed several cartons of cigarettes from behind the counter, while employees were performing other duties. No suspects at this time.
On 6/16 a resident on Spring Street reported that both of their vehicles were entered into while parked outside of their residence. Victims were unsure at this time, if anything was missing from the vehicles.
On 6/16 three Woodbury residents were charged with Disorderly Conduct, Breach of Peace, and one with Possession of Open Container of Alcohol in Public, and a charge for Open Container in a motor vehicle, as the result of an incident that occurred on Mantua Avenue. Court date is pending.
On 6/17 a Curtis Avenue resident reported someone had entered their property and removed a bicycle. Resident believes someone removed a plexi glass window from the entry door, and removed the bicycle. No suspects at this time.
On 6/17 a Tatum Street resident reported that items were removed from his room, by another resident, while the victim was not home. Incident under investigation.
On 6/18 a Lincoln Street resident reported that someone removed their lawnmower from their property. Resident believes the former landscaper may have removed the lawnmower.
On 6/18 CVS Pharmacy reported a Shoplifting. The accused was gone prior to Police arrival. Incident under investigation.