June 7: Officers were on scene in the Quail Ridge development to serve a warrant on a 39 year old male from Logan Twp. During the course of the arrest, the suspect refused to comply and resisted arrest. Officers were able to place the suspect under arrest. He was charged with Resisting Arrest and turned over to the Salem County Jail on the Resisting Arrest and previous charges.
June 7: Officers responded to a Trespassing complaint on Paulsboro Rd. It was reported that the homeowner observed a suspicious vehicle on the property, and a subject ran toward the vehicle when the homeowner arrived. After investigating, Officers charged the suspect, a 41 year old Wenonah man, with Trespassing.
June 10: Officers responded to the Little League fields on Beckett Rd. for a Criminal Mischief report. It was reported that over the weekend, someone damaged several signs, and left broken beer bottles in the area. The value of the damage is approx. $125.
June 11: Officers responded to Wawa on Center Square Rd. for a Theft report. It was reported to Officers that a male stole a carton of Newport cigarettes valued at $188.
June 13: Officers responded to Camping World on Heron Dr. for a Theft report. It was reported to Officers that someone removed a 2020 Heartland trailer (valued at approx. $39,000) from the property. The trailer was entered into NCIC.
June 14: Officers responded to Amazon on Oldman’s Creek Rd. for a Theft report. It was reported that on June 9, someone broke out the windows to the victim’s vehicle, and removed an Apple iPhone 11 cell phone (valued at $1,100) from the vehicle.
June 15: Officers responded to headquarters to take a Theft report. It was reported to Officers that the victim was working at UPS on Commerce Blvd. and left their phone at the work station. When the victim returned, the $800 iPhone 11 was missing.
June 22: Officers were dispatched to Bentley Trucking on Heron Dr. for a Theft report. It was reported to Officers that someone entered the parking lot over the weekend and removed 6 catalytic converters from several vehicles. The value of the theft is approx. $6,600.
June 25: Officers responded to Rite Aid on Village Center Dr. for a Shoplifting report. It was reported to Officers that a suspect was at the counter when he suddenly ran out of the store without paying for items. These items, being perfume bottles, were valued at $90.
June 30: Officers responded to Fulton Bank on Village Center Dr. for a Fraud complaint. It was reported to Officers that a female attempted to cash a fraudulent check for $680. While checking the validity of the check, the female left with a male, then received threatening phone calls regarding the matter. The check was not cashed, and the male and female left the area.