Oct. 2: Officers responded to a Greenfields residence for a Theft report. It was reported that two bicycles were stolen. The first bicycle was a white Mongoose valued at $250, and the second bicycle was a blue camouflage bicycle valued at $658.
Oct. 3: Officers responded to Mallard Foods on Mallard Ct. for a Theft report. It was reported that overnight, someone stole several steel trays valued at approximately $2,000. Officers were able to identify the suspect, and charged the 32-year-old Norwood, PA man with Theft. Service on this complaint is pending.
Oct. 3: Officers responded to McDonald’s on Center Square Road for an unwanted person report. It was reported that a customer threw coins at the drive-thru employee, then she entered the restaurant and threw a drink at an employee. As a result of the investigation, Officers charged the 41-year-old Brooklyn, NY woman with Simple Assault.
Oct. 5: Officers responded to Acme on Center Square Road for a Shoplifting report. It was reported that the suspect stole Tide Pods and paper towels, valued at $150 and left the area in a gray Cadillac.
Oct. 10: Officers responded to CTDI on Arlington Blvd. for a Theft report. It was reported that sometime over the weekend, someone entered the property and stole a Champion generator valued at $1,100.
Oct. 11: Officers responded to a construction site on Crossroads Blvd. for a Theft report. It was reported that over the last week, someone cut a lock on a trailer, and stole several items. The items stolen were a power head drill (valued at $3,000), a Leica 8 GPS (valued at $25,000), and a GPS screen (valued at $5,000).
Oct. 12: Officers responded to an Old Orchard residence for a Theft report. It was reported that over the last several weeks, someone entered a locked shed and stole a lawn mower, lawn spreader, bench grinder, plastic containers, and miscellaneous auto parts. Value of the property stolen is approx. $12,300.
Oct. 12: Officers responded to Camping World on Heron Drive for a Theft report. It was reported that 20 catalytic converters were stolen from several motor homes on the property. Total value of the Theft is estimated at $46,000.
Oct. 13: Officers responded to NAL Group on Center Square Rd. for a Criminal Mischief report. It was reported that an acquaintance of the victim damaged the tires to the victim’s vehicle. After investigating, Officers charged a 31-year-old Philadelphia woman with Criminal Mischief. Value of the damaged tires is approx. $800.
Oct. 18: Officers responded to a construction site on Rt. 322 for a Theft report. It was reported that a Leica sensor was stolen from a bulldozer. This sensor is valued at $5,000.
Oct. 19: Officers responded to a Beckett Road storage garage for a Theft report. It was reported that sometime overnight, a 2020 Ford Transit van was stolen. The vehicle was entered stolen into NCIC and is valued at approx. $55,000. The vehicle was later located in Camden City.
Oct. 22: Officers responded to Wawa on Center Square Road for a Theft report. It was reported that while the operator was inside the store, someone stole an Enterprise delivery truck from the lot that contained appliances and televisions. The truck was later located in Camden, but the items inside are still missing. Value of the missing items is estimated at $18,000.
Oct. 23: Officers responded to Township Line Road for a Motor Vehicle Crash. While investigating the crash, Officers determined one of the drivers to be intoxicated. As a result, the 62-year-old Woolwich man was charged with Driving Under the Influence. He was processed and released to a third party with a future court date.
Oct. 25: Officers responded to Target on Creekview Avenue for a Theft report. It was reported that the victim had her Apple Airpods stolen while she was working. The value of the Airpods is approx. $130.
Oct. 27: Officers responded to Ceva Logistics on Center Square Road for a report of an Assault. It was reported that an employee was Assaulted by another employee. After investigating, Officers charged the 49-year-old Salem man with Simple Assault.
Oct. 28: Officers responded to a construction site on Rt. 322 for a Theft report. It was reported that sometime overnight, someone entered the property and stole an enclosed trailer containing a multitude of tools. The trailer is estimated at $2,500 and the tools inside are valued at approx. $8,000. The trailer was entered into NCIC as stolen.