WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER 01-23-2022 TO 01-29-2022
01/23/2022 TO 01/29/2022
On 1/23 a Maple Street resident reported finding a large bone under their deck. Officers took possession of the bone. It was determined to be a bone from some sort of animal.
On 1/23 Lukoil, N. Broad St. reported a customer fled without paying for their gas. No suspects at this time.
On 1/23 a N. American Street resident reported fraudulent incident regarding their bank accounts. The victim did not know who would have done it. No suspects at this time.
On 1/24 a Union Avenue resident reported a suspicious vehicle. Officers arrived and spoke with occupants, and they left without incident.
On 1/25 a Salem Avenue resident reported people trespassing on her property. The resident requested the incident be documented.
On 1/25 a Deptford resident was charged with Hindering Apprehension, as well as, multiple motor vehicle violations, as the result of a motor vehicle stop on East Barber Avenue.
On 1/25 a S. Evergreen Avenue resident reported an unwanted person. Police arrived and checked the residence. No one was inside. Subject left prior to arrival. Resident advised to contact Police if subject returns.
On 1/26 a Wenonah resident reported a lost license plate on Delaware Street. Attempts to locate the plate were unsuccessful.
On 1/26 a Hessian Avenue resident reported an unwanted person. Police arrived and spoke to both parties, and it was agreed that one would leave for the night.
On 1/27 a N. Evergreen Avenue resident reported a family member took their dog. Police interviewed all parties involved, and the allegations were unfounded.
On 1/27 a N. Warner Street resident reported an excessive amount of scam telephone calls. Police advised never to give personal information or money over the phone.
On 1/27 a N. Broad Street resident complained of a landscaping company that has been blowing yard debris onto their property. Resident agreed to pursue matters through Municipal Court.
On 1/27 a Myrtle Avenue resident reported an unwanted person. Police spoke with both parties, and one was taken into custody for Obstruction. Court date is pending.
On 1/28 a Woodbury resident was taken into custody as the result of a Domestic Violence incident. Court date is pending.
On 1/28 a N. Evergreen Avenue resident was charged with Improper Use of 911, and ordinance violations as the result of recurring accusations. Court date is pending.
On 1/28 a Columbia Street resident reported a dwelling fire. Upon investigation by Woodbury Fire Department it was determined to be an outlet. Power was turned off to the source, and resident advised to contact an Electrician.
On 1/29 a Curtis Avenue resident reported their snow shovel was stolen off of their porch. Two Officers proceeded to shovel the resident’s driveway and sidewalk. They were able to view surveillance video, and did see an individual go onto the porch and take the shovel. No suspects at this time.
On 1/29 a Westville resident reported their car keys were stolen out of their vehicle, while it was parked in a driveway on N. Evergreen Avenue. Ring camera video provided, did not provide a clear view of the incident. No suspects at this time.