11-20-2023 TO 11-26-2023

On 11/20, a resident of High Street was arrested for stealing a bicycle after the rider fell off. The male suspect was in possession of hand tools that were previously reported stolen. He has been charged with two counts of theft and two counts of receiving stolen property. He has been lodged in the Salem County jail, and his court date is pending.

On 11/21, a West Deptford resident reported fraudulent use of his debit card at a Woodbury business. The victim advised he already reached out to his bank, and his card had been canceled. The incident remains under investigation.

On 11/22, officers responded to a burglary at Buon Sapore Pizzeria. The front door was shattered, and money was stolen. Two males were identified and charged with burglary, theft, and criminal mischief. Court dates are pending.

On 11/23, a resident of Camden was issued summonses for trespassing and breach of peace. The incident occurred when the person returned to Wawa, a business from which they were previously banned. The individual was also bothering customers. The male was again warned not to return to the business, or else he would be charged accordingly.

On 11/24, a Lindenwold resident was charged with Simple Assault, Improper Behavior, Breach of Peace, and Occupancy Standards as the result of a domestic incident that occurred at a S. Broad Street residence. Court date pending.
On 11/25, a Sicklerville resident was charged with DUI, careless driving, reckless driving, and lewdness (urinating in public) as the result of a motor vehicle crash. Court date pending.

On 11/26, a resident of Camden was charged with trespassing and shoplifting after returning to CVS, where he had previously been banned and shoplifted store merchandise. Court date is pending.

On 11/26, a resident of S. Warner Street reported that someone picked up her cell phone that was dropped in front of her home. The phone was off; however, she sent a message to the phone asking for the phone’s return and a $100 reward. Once the phone was turned back on, it was located at Walmart, where it was discovered that it had been sold through a phone purchasing kiosk. Officers spoke with the kiosk company, and the phone will be returned to the owner. A resident of Paulsboro was identified as the person who sold the phone and was charged accordingly. The court date is pending.