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November 2011

GCPD Kept Busy over 19 Days with Bar Brawl, Drug Raid, Illegal Drug Pos., Burglaries, Vandals, 12 Domestic Violence Cases, 23 Car Accidents

PLUS MORE.......... Gloucester City Police Dept. Crime Report November 10 through November 29 On 11/10/11 at 8:40 p.m. Karen Little, 46, a resident of Deptford, was arrested in the 300 block of Sherman Street for possession of a hypodermic syringe and possession of drug paraphernalia. On 11/11/11 at 12:06 a.m. officers responded to C.W. Clarke Auto Sales for a burglary alarm activation. Upon arrival the officers observed a lower window on one of the garage doors had been smashed. The incident was recorded on surveillance... Read more →

Ferry Golf Outing a Success-cnbnews.net

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ-The 5th Annual Jim E Ferry Sr. golf outing with all proceeds going to the Gloucester City P.A.L was held earlier this year at Freeway Golf Course was a huge success. Pictured above are the winners. Below is the the foursome with the highest score. Trophies were presented by Ken MacAdams (Chairman) and Ted Howarth (President P.A.L) This years winners were Steve and Greg Ferry, Scott Banks and Mike Flanagan. Highest score belongs to Frank Kunane,Bob McQuillan, Bill and Chad Rettiq Related articles... Read more →


MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. -- Burlington County Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi and Florence Township Police Chief Stephen Fazekas announced today that a Florence Township Municipal Court official has been arrested for using court-collected funds for personal expenses. Tracey A. Verduchi, age 48, of 2042 Old York Road in Burlington Township, N.J., was charged with one count of Theft by Failure to Make Required Disposition of Property Received. Verduchi, the Deputy Court Administrator, resigned on November 18. She was taken into custody November 23 at her residence.... Read more →

Philadelphia Police Arrest 52 Protestors

Philadelphia, November 30, 2011 – Early this morning, Philadelphia police, working with a variety of City agencies, cleared a group of protestors from Dilworth Plaza who refused to leave the Occupy Philadelphia encampment to make way for a $50 million remake of the plaza on the west side of City Hall. According to the Philadelphia Police Department, police officers made a total of 52 arrests – one at Dilworth Plaza; 6 at 15th and Market, 44 at 15th and Hamilton, and one at Broad and... Read more →

Carneys Point Police Chief Dies Suddenly-cnbnews.net

Carneys Point Police Chief Edumund Spinelli, Jr., died suddenly last night of natural causes. The New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police released the following statement today. "It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of Carneys Point Police Chief Edmund Spinelli, Jr. His sudden death came overnight at his home of natural causes. He was 45. Chief Spinelli began his career in law enforcement in 1988 as a member of the New Jersey State Police. In 1990, he transferred to the... Read more →

Philadelphia Police and FBI Seek Help Locating Bank Robber

The Philadelphia Police Department and the FBI are seeking the public’s assistance to identify and locate the subject responsible for the robbery of the Wells Fargo Branch located at 340 S. 2nd Street earlier today. (see photo below) At approximately 10:30 a.m., the subject entered the bank and presented a threatening demand note to a teller. After obtaining cash, the subject fled the area of the bank on foot and was last seen headed east on Pine Street. The subject is described as a white... Read more →

Mt. Ephraim Schools Bring Back Full-Day Kindergarten

By Leigh Anne Hubbs Gloucester City News The Mount Ephraim Board of Education (BOE) voted to reinstate full day kindergarten beginning in September 2012 during its recent meeting. The School District has not had a full-day kindergarten program since the 2009-10 school year. Superintendent Joseph Rafferty said the full day kindergarten improves students’ readiness for the primary grades. Another positive is not only will it attract “school choice” families, but will also help to retain in-district families who are seeking a full-day program for their... Read more →

ObamaCare’s Medicaid Burden'-www.iwf.org/

In commentary on the National Review Online, Marc Siegel outlines the costly Medicaid burden that ObamaCare imposes on states. "In fact, some argue that the mandated Medicaid spending is unconstitutional: In the forthcoming Supreme Court case that is best known for addressing the individual mandate, 26 states are also protesting the law’s Medicaid expansion, arguing that it will coerce them into assuming unworkable financial burdens. Is it any wonder that states are already responding to ObamaCare’s 'maintenance of effort' clause and the anticipated 2014 expansion... Read more →

FBI — Arthur E. Morgan III Arrested for Alleged Involvement in Death of His Daughter

Fugitive N.J. Man Arrested in Death of 2-Year-Old Daughter Arthur E. Morgan III was arrested Tuesday in San Diego, according to the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office. He wanted for his alleged involvement in the death of his 2-year-old daughter. On November 22, 2011, the body of a 2-year-old child, still strapped in her car seat, was found partially submerged in a stream in Shark River Park in Monmouth County, New Jersey. Morgan was supposed to return the child to her mother on November 21 following... Read more →

Iraq War Veteran Shoots Alabama Deputy Sheriff

FAYETTEVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — An Iraq war veteran shot an Alabama deputy sheriff in the face during a police stop minutes after a convenience store robbery late Monday, and then led police on a chase into Tennessee, where an officer was wounded during a shootout with the suspect, authorities said Tuesday. PHOTO: (Joseph Scott Shriver, 23, of Lincoln County, Tenn., is seen in an undated photo provided by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Dept. Shriver is suspected of shooting and wounding two law enforcement officers, one... Read more →

Pine Hill Police Needs Help with ID Hit and Run Vehicles-cnbnews.net

The Gloucester Township Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in obtaining information related to a motor vehicle crash in the Borough of Pine Hill. The Pine Hill Police Detective Bureau and Traffic Unit are attempting to identify the vehicles involved in the hit and run motor vehicle crash on November 23rd at approximately 6:28PM in the area of 159 Berlin-Cross Keys Road, that resulted in a 10 year old male being stuck twice. The child is currently in critical, but stable condition. Investigating officers... Read more →

How about a dozen dog collars?-cnbnews.net

Image via Wikipedia Running out of holiday gift ideas for the person who has everything? How about a dozen dog collars? It’s OK if the person you’re buying for doesn’t have 12 dogs - or even one. The collars are actually for The Seeing Eye. We raise more than 400 puppies each year. That’s a lot of dog collars! Your gift today will support our mission of training the world’s best guide dogs and partnering them with people who are blind or visually impaired. Your... Read more →

Man sentenced to life in prison without parole for shooting cop

DETROIT — A 37-year-old Westland man will spend the rest of his life in prison without parole in the slaying of a Taylor police officer. Tyress Mathews was sentenced Monday in Wayne County Circuit Court in Detroit. A jury found him guilty earlier this month of first-degree premeditated murder. Cpl. Matthew Edwards was shot July 23, 2010, while investigating a breaking and entering report at a Taylor apartment complex, southwest of Detroit. Mathews told Edwards and his partner, Cpl. Gregory Piche, that he and his... Read more →

Mt. Ephraim Residents Upset About Speeding Vehicles

By Leigh Anne Hubbs Gloucester City News Mount Ephraim residents expressed concern over vehicles which use residential streets as a cut-through to avoid traffic on the Black Horse Pike during the recent Board of Commissioners meeting. A resident of West Buckingham Avenue said speeding is especially bad during the morning and evening rush hour, and that many people are worried about the potential of injury to pedestrians. Police Chief Edward Dobleman said that he had recently run radar at the intersection of James and Center... Read more →

Mt. Ephraim Police: Can You ID These Suspects?

Mount Ephraim PD is looking for two suspects in an armed robbery that occured at the 7-11 store. The Mount Ephraim PD are looking for two subjects involved in an armed robbery that occured on November 25th around midnight at the 7-11 store on Kings Highway in Mount Ephraim. Anyone with information on these suspects please contact Mount Ephraim Police at (856) 931-2220 or email tips too mepd@mountephraimpd.com Related articles Mount Ephraim School District December Events (gloucestercitynews.net) Gloucester Twp. Police Needs Your Assistance (gloucestercitynews.net) Thank... Read more →


November 28, 2011 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the upcoming showdown between the Obama administration's Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Catholic Church: On December 1, the House Committee on Oversight & Government Reform will hold a hearing titled, "HHS and the Catholic Church: Examining the Politicization of Grants." At issue is the decision by the Obama administration to deny a grant that the Catholic Church routinely receives providing for relief to the victims of human trafficking; the ruling was... Read more →

Announcements: Toy Run, Homes for Our Troops, Cookie Drive-cnbnews.net

compiled by CNBNEWS.NET 8th Annual Toy Run Saturday, December 3 sponsored by the POW MIA Awareness MC Benefitting the Children of Saint John of God School. Rain, Shine or Snow KSU at 11am SHARP Rally at Somerdale VFW, Kennedy Blvd (off Somerdale Rd) Ride to St. John of God School on Delsea Dr, Westville, NJ BRING A NEW UNWRAPPED TOY - Please no Stuffed Toys or Animals ONLY TRI COUNTY TOY RUN WHERE YOU GIVE THE TOY TO THE CHILD For more information/questions 609-636-2874 or... Read more →

Bellmawr Police Arrest Two Suspects on Robbery Charges-cnbnews.net

Bellmawr Police Department Press Release Monday, November 28 shortly after midnight Bellmawr Police arrested Seridia Darius age 20 and Shanta Darius, age 22 . Both suspects were charged with Robbery, Assault and Theft. The victim was an 18- year- old Bellmawr resident who was walking along West Browning Road when the two began following her and then assaulted her and physically took her phone and handbag. The victim had contacted her mother shortly before the assault to come pick her up and as she arrived... Read more →

Gloucester City Students Report To BOE About Upcoming Events

By Anne Forline Gloucester City News The Gloucester City Board of Education (BOE) met for a combined caucus and regular meeting November 15, and listened to presentations from student representatives from all the City’s schools. Paddie Cooney is a senior from Gloucester City High, and her community service projects include volunteering at Gloucester Day and the Gloucester Clean-Up Day. Paddie, who has nursing aspirations, plays field hockey and said her favorite subjects are psychology and English. She added that the fall sports season has recently... Read more →

American Legion WS 2011: Watch Midland, MI vs. Brooklawn NJ on ESPN

Web 1 new result for Brooklawn nj Watch Midland, MI vs. Brooklawn, NJ Live Online at WatchESPN Watch Midland, MI vs. Brooklawn, NJ live online now at WatchESPN or check out the full replay if you missed it. espn.go.com/watchespn/.../midland-mi-vs-brooklawn-nj Related articles American Legion World Series: Brooklawn Faces Las Vegas Today at 1 PM (gloucestercitynews.net) AMERICAN LEGION WORLD SERIES:Midland Michigan Knocks Brooklawn NJ into the Loser's Bracket-cnbnews.net (gloucestercitynews.net) Brooklawn Legion Fans Come Watch Your Team in the World Series at Gaetanos Restaurant-cnbnews.net (gloucestercitynews.net) BREAKING NEWS: Brooklawn... Read more →

Family Matters Blog: 'Extreme Makeover' Seeks Military Families for Holiday Episode

Image via Wikipedia By Elaine Sanchez American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON, Nov. 28, 2011 - The cast of ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" would like to brighten the holidays for a deserving military family this year. The reality show is seeking nominations for military families in desperate need of a home makeover. The selected family will be featured in an upcoming holiday episode. "We want to do a holiday-themed episode that's even bigger and more extreme than ever," David Shumsky, the show's casting director, said... Read more →

Cookie Campaign for the Troops-cnbnews.net

When: Saturday, December 3, 2011 Time: Drop off time 3pm-6pm Where: Marlton United Methodist Church 2 Marlborough Avenue (Located Behind Super Fresh on Route 70 East – Plymouth Drive at Marlborough Ave.) Marlton, New Jersey 08053 Contact: Janet Alter - 856-767-2897 It is that time of year again. The Yellow Ribbon Club is having its 5th annual campaign to gather and ship homemade cookies to our troops in Afghanistan for Christmas. Marlton United Methodist Church has partnered with us every year since the start of... Read more →

Tuesdays with Jason Mattera...The Real Legacy of the Slobbering, Babbling Pol from Massachusetts

The man who was complicit in bringing the American economy to its knees in 2008 won’t go down as, well, the man who was complicit in bringing the American economy to its knees. Not if the “mainstream” media has anything to do with it, that is. After his announcement that he won’t seek reelection, the Washington Post heralded the disheveled congressman Barney Frank​ as leaving a “legacy that crosses from legislative cornerstones to political confrontations to a historic place as the nation’s most prominent gay... Read more →

Newark FBI Seeks Man Wanted in Death of 2-Year-Old Daughter

Arthur E. Morgan III is wanted for his alleged involvement in the death of his 2-year-old daughter. On November 22, 2011, the body of a 2-year-old child, still strapped in her car seat, was found partially submerged in a stream in Shark River Park in Monmouth County, New Jersey. Morgan was supposed to return the child to her mother on November 21 following a custody visit. When Morgan failed to return the child, he was charged in the Ocean County Superior Court with endangering the... Read more →


Attention Residents the Gloucester Twp. Police Department is requesting your assistance with the solving of this crime. Please read the description of the events below and view the attached pictures. If you have any information regarding this event please contact the Police Department at 856-842-5560 or via email at police@gtpolice.com. You may contact the Department anonymously if you wish. (click on photos to enlarge) Shoplifting- K-Mart Store, Blackwood Clementon Road, Thursday 11-24-2011 On 11-24-2011, GTPD responded to the K-Mart on Blackwood-Clementon Road for a reported... Read more →

Do You Consider Social Security/Medicare An Entitlement?-cnbnews.net

This E-mail has been floating around the internet recently. The first time it saw the light was in 2006. It contains some interesting information. What are your thoughts on this topic? E-mail submitted by GFC Remember, not only did you contribute to Social Security but your employer did too. It totaled 15% of your income before taxes. If you averaged only $30K over your working life, that's close to $220,500. If you calculate the future value of $4,500 per year (yours & your employer's contribution)... Read more →


November 28, 2011 Catholic League president Bill Donohue responds to a New York Times op-ed page advertisement placed today by Catholics for Choice: "Choice" has no normative value absent an object, but even then it may carry no moral weight. Choosing chocolate over vanilla is a choice without moral consequence. But choosing to abort one's baby clearly has consequences, both for the woman and her child: for the woman, they are traumatic; for the baby, they are deadly. No Catholic can support such a choice.... Read more →

Lindenwold man agrees to 4 yrs NJSP in cocaine case-cnbnews.net

Jamaine L. Levi (DOB 7/5/88),of 825 Myrtle Ave., Lindenwold NJ pleaded guilty today (11/28) in Superior Court, Woodbury NJ to possession of cocaine with intent to distribute when he was arrested in Paulsboro NJ on Nov. 3, 2010. Levi acknowledged he was driving his mother’s car and was in possession of less than a half-ounce of cocaine when police stopped him on Capitol St. The vehicle had been seen in the vicinity of an earlier report of suspicious persons on Buck St. Under terms of... Read more →

CNBNEWS Weekly Stats Report Nov. 21 through Nov. 27

Weekly Stats Report: 21 Nov - 27 Nov 2011 Project: Cnbnews.net URL: http://cnbnews.net Returning Visits - Based purely on a cookie, if this person is returning to your website for another visit an hour or more later First Time Visits - Based purely on a cookie, if this person has no cookie then this is considered their first time at your website. Unique Visitor - Based purely on a cookie, this is the total of the returning visits and first time visits - all your... Read more →


Posted On November 28, 2011 To his three undersheriffs, Sussex County Sheriff Michael Strada resembles Santa Claus. After taking office in January, the newly-elected sheriff hired the retired officers into positions where they can double-dip, collectively pocketing $230,000 a year in pension pay plus near six-figure salaries. Sheriff Strada Undersheriff Kenneth Kuzicki rakes in $185,000 a year - his $96,000 salary plus a $89,000 pension. Kuzicki, 57, retired from Vernon Township in October 2010. In April 2011, he was hired by Strada. Undersheriff Keith A.... Read more →


The Gloucester Twp. Police Department is requesting your assistace in solving the below described crime. Please read the email and view the video and the attached pictures. If you have any information please contact the Gloucester Township Police Department at 856-842-5560 or at police@gtpolice.com. You may do so anonymously if you wish. On 11-22 -11 at 1:51 p.m. the pictured suspect entered the Friendly Food Mart on the Blackhorse Pike in the Hilltop section of Gloucester Twp. and shoplifted a case of Red Bull energy... Read more →


AT SMITHVILLE, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4 Victorian Santa, Ice Carving, Live Entertainment, Shopping and More The Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders will host a Victorian Holiday Celebration featuring Santa Claus, unique vendors, professional ice carvers, live entertainment and more on Sunday, December 4 from noon to 5 pm at Historic Smithville Park. The whole family is invited to celebrate the season in the historic village setting that will be specially decorated for the holidays, and admission and parking are free. The festivities will include a... Read more →

Federal Courts Order Seizure of 150 Website Domains -cnbnews.net

Involved in Selling Counterfeit Goods as Part of DOJ, ICE HSI and FBI Cyber Monday Crackdown WASHINGTON – Seizure orders have been executed against 150 domain names of commercial websites engaged in the illegal sale and distribution of counterfeit goods and copyrighted works as part of Operation In Our Sites, the Department of Justice, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), the ICE-led National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center (IPR Center), and the FBI Washington Field Office announced today. “Through this operation... Read more →

Moorestown Police Alert Residents About Burglaries

The Police Department wants to make residents aware of recent residential burglaries. Anyone with information on these or any other crimes are asked to contact the Police Department at 856-914-3092 or via "Police Tips" on the Township Website. As always, if you see something suspicious, don't hesitate, CALL 911. 11/27/2011 Residents of the Unit Block of Julia Court reported a Burglary/Theft that occurred between 6:30pm-7:30pm. Forcible entry was made through a rear Laundry Room door. A 55" Samsung TV was taken. Telephone & Cable wires... Read more →

Synthetic Marijuana and Untaxed Cigarettes Seized from National Park Mini Market-cnbnews.net

Bhailalbhai Bhatt, age 36, of 59 East Browning Road, Bellmawr, NJ was arrested Nov. 21 in the National Park Mini Market 416 Columbia Blvd, National Park NJ after the execution of a search warrant resulted in seizure of synthetic marijuana and untaxed cigarettes in the store. Westville and West Deptford Township police officers conducting a narcotics trafficking investigation found 80 vials of the lab-produced substance known as K2 as well as 21 cartons of untaxed cigarettes. Of the K2 seized, 79 vials were found in... Read more →