WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER 01-09-2022 TO 01-15-2022
1/9/22 TO 1/15/22
On 1/9 an Evergreen Avenue resident reported their neighbor threw a dirty diaper into their apartment. Neighbor denied allegations.
On 1/9 Towne Liquors reported their front window was broken sometime between 10 pm 1/8, and open of business at 11:00 am on 1/9.
On 1/9 a resident of Green Avenue reported their snow shovel was stolen. Last time the victim saw the shovel was December 2021.
On 1/9 a Woodbury Heights resident was charged with Driving Under the Influence, Refusal, and host of other Motor Vehicle Offenses. Court date pending.
On 1/10 a Barber Avenue resident reported an unwanted person at their residence. Male left without incident.
On 1/10 a Briarhill Lane resident reported their bicycle was stolen while on S. Barber and Railroad Avenue. No suspects at this time.
On 1/11 a National Park resident reported her tire being damaged as the result of a pothole on Washington Avenue. Public works was advised, and addressed the problem.
On 1/11 a Curtis Avenue resident reported an unwanted person at their residence. Police spoke to the accused, and he was advised to stay off of the property.
On 1/11 a Hunter Street resident reported he is being harassed by his Landlord. Officers spoke to both parties who agreed to resolve the matter in Civil Court.
On 1/11 a Lupton Avenue resident reported an assault by a juvenile. Police intervened, and all parties were referred to DCP&P.
On 1/11 Cherry Street resident was arrested on an outstanding warrant, as the result of a traffic stop. He was released pending Court date, and issued several motor vehicle summonses.
On 1/12 residents on Railroad Avenue and Laurel Street were issued Ordinance violations for Abandoned Motor Vehicles. Court date is pending.
On 1/12 a W. Centre Street resident was issued Ordinance violations for a sump pump discharging onto sidewalk/curb. Court date is pending.
On 1/13 a Clementon resident reported being harassed while attending a meeting at the Kiss Club. Police spoke to all parties involved, and the victim agreed to leave and find another location to attend meetings.
On 1/13 an employee at King of Cars reported two key fobs were missing out of a vehicle on their lot. Police were able to identify the accused through video surveillance, and charges were issued. Court date pending.
On 1/14 a Warner Street resident reported their front window broken. It was determined that an argument ensued earlier in the day between the resident and another party, and it was believed that the other party was involved in breaking the window.
On 1/14 a home healthcare worker reported someone attempting to break into a residence on Holroyd Place. The accused ran from the scene when they saw the worker calling 911. A search of the area yielded negative results.
On 1/14 a Warner Street resident reported that a male was following her in a motor vehicle, as she walked home from getting her children from school. She believed she knew the accused, but no further information could be provided.
On 1/15 a Manor Avenue resident reported their door damaged as the result of a Domestic Violence incident. A Court Order was placed, and the matter is pending a Court date.
On 1/15 a Broad Street resident was issued Ordinance violations for allowing a resident to reside at the property not on lease, and committing a crime at a rental unit. Court date is pending.
On 1/15 a North Broad Street business reported an unwanted person, refusing to leave. Police spoke to the accused who gathered their belongings and left without incident.
On 1/15 a North Broad Street resident reported that a person living at the residence is unwanted. Police responded to the residence, and spoke to the victim. A TRO was granted, and the accused was taken from the residence. Court date pending.
On 1/15 a N. Evergreen Avenue reported a Domestic Violence incident. Police spoke to both parties, and a TRO was issued to the accused. Court date is pending.