WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER 9-4-2023 TO 9-10-2023
9-4-2023 TO 9-10-2023
On 9/4, a Holly Ave. resident reported someone entered his backyard and removed their All-Terrain Vehicle. The vehicle was entered into NCIC. The incident remains under investigation.
On 9/4, during a traffic stop, it was learned the driver had an active warrant for his arrest. The subject was ROR’d by the issuing jurisdiction and released with a new court date and a summons for an Unregistered Vehicle.
On 9/5, a resident of Camden was charged with trespassing for repeatedly returning to Wawa on North Evergreen Ave despite being banned from the property.
On 9/5, a S. Evergreen Avenue resident reported his truck stolen. The victim was unsure of the actual date it was stolen. Several hours later, the vehicle was located unoccupied in Woodbury Heights. The owner retrieved his vehicle, and removed from NCIC.
On 9/6 a Woodbury resident was charged with Simple Assault following an altercation. A court date is pending.
On 9/7, while patrolling East Red Bank Avenue near the train trestles, officers observed a male urinating on the side of the road. The officer approached the male and issued him a summons for Lewd/Indecent Behavior. Court date pending.
On 9/8, an officer observed two males drinking alcoholic beverages in Lot 323. Both individuals were issued summonses for Possession of an Open Container, and the alcohol was disposed of. The men were then sent on their way with a pending court date.
On 9/8, a Blackwood resident reported that someone entered his vehicle and stole his wallet while working out at his gym. The victim has contacted his bank and frozen his accounts, but he is unsure if any fraudulent purchases have been made. Currently, there are no suspects in the case.
On 9/10, a S. Warner Street resident was charged with Simple Assault and Theft of a Motor Vehicle as the result of a domestic incident. Court date pending.
On 9/10, employees from the Wawa store located on N. Evergreen Ave reported that seven juveniles had entered the store and shoplifted candy and donuts. Detectives were able to identify five of the seven juveniles and charged each with shoplifting. Charges for the other two juveniles are pending until they are identified. Court dates are pending.