July 2019 Crimelog
July 1: Officers responded to a vehicle burglary /theft overnight in the Old Orchard development. The suspect broke a window, entered the vehicle and removed the owner’s wallet.
July 2: Someone stole an orange mountain bike valued at $120 from the front lawn of a Logan Woods residence during the overnight hours.
July 6: A Country Crossing resident reported that someone stole a package from her front step. Through investigation, a suspect was identified, and the items were returned to the owner. Complaints have been signed in this matter.
July 6: Officers responded to a Criminal Mischief report where the Logan Woods resident had his vehicle’s tires damaged overnight. Value of the tires is approx. $600.
July 7: Officers responded to Country Crossings for a burglary/theft to a vehicle. The owner noticed that someone entered his vehicle and removed approx. $5 in spare change.
July 11: Officers were dispatched to the Wawa on Center Square Rd for a report of a male using drugs in the bathroom. Officers located the 34-year-old Woodstown resident in the parking lot, appearing to be under the influence. Upon further investigation, the male was arrested for possession of a hypodermic needle. He was charged and released on a summons.
July 13: Officers spoke with a 38-year-old Lindenwold woman who reported someone used her credit card to charge over $2000 on Amazon. The male suspect is a 33-year-old High Hill Farms resident. The Detective Unit is still investigating.
July 13: Officers conducted a motor vehicle stop on Heron Dr. While checking the status of the driver, officers learned that the 46-year-old Salem man had a suspended driver’s license, and was also an NCIC hit from Media, Pa, originally wanted for Terroristic Threats. The suspect was lodged in Salem County Jail after being charged as a Fugitive from Justice.
July 14: A Greenfields resident and a female 21-year-old Salem resident engaged in a fight over the alleged theft of a check book. As a result of the investigation, the Salem resident was arrested and released after being charged with theft and simple assault.
July 18: Officers responded to a Main St residence for a report of Criminal Mischief. Investigation revealed that someone damaged several mailboxes with a vehicle, causing approx. $150 in damages.
July 18: Officers responded to the Chelten House on Heron Dr for a theft report. Officers were advised that someone stole a cell phone from the lunchroom. Investigation led to the arrest of a 33-year-old Wilmington, DE man for the theft and several outstanding warrants. The male was charged with the theft and released on a summons and was also ROR on the warrants.
July 19: Officers were dispatched to Greenyard on Pedricktown Rd for a theft of a cell phone. The victim reported that while working, someone entered her locker and stole her iPhone, valued at approx. $800.
July 20: Officers were dispatched to Green Chef for a Trespassing complaint. Patrols learned that there was a dispute between an employee and the suspect who was waiting for someone to finish work. After the argument, the 50-year-old Wilmington, DE man departed the area, and was quickly located by Police. While resolving the matter, it was learned that the suspect had an outstanding warrant from Pennsville. The suspect was processed and released with a new court.
July 21: Officers responded to the Wawa on Center Square Rd for a report of a fight. Upon arrival, officers learned that a fight ensued between workers on a shuttle van due to an incident on the van. After investigating, officers charged a 35-year-old Philadelphia man with Simple Assault. He was given a summons and released with a pending court date.
July 25: Officers responded to a construction site on Center Square Rd for a Criminal Mischief Report. Upon arrival, officers observed a window shattered on a forklift, which is valued at approx. $300.
July 28: Officers responded to a High Hill Farms residence for a Criminal Mischief Report. On scene, officers observed a damaged mailbox that occurred overnight from a vehicle striking it. Damage was valued at approx. $550.
July 28: Officers responded to a Commerce Blvd business for a verbal dispute between employees. While investigating, a 26-year-old female from Camden provided false information about her identity. Police quickly learned her true identity and arrested her for Hindering Apprehension due to having an NCIC warrant from the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Dept. She was charged and lodged in the Salem County Jail.
July 28: Officers responded to the Wawa on Center Square Rd for a Theft report. The victim advised officers that while sleeping in his vehicle, someone entered and removed $1700 cash from his console.
July 29: Officers responded to a Logan Woods residence for a criminal mischief report. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the resident who advised someone “keyed” their vehicle overnight, causing approx. $2,000 in damage.