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