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Gloucester City Police Arrest Two Patrons of D'Place on Numerous Charges | cnbnews.net

 

GCPD PRESS RELEASE

 

On 02/04 at 0127 officers responded to D’Place at the request of the Fire Department due to an

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overcrowding issue inside of the establishment.  As patrons were exiting, officers observed one male walk to the rear of the building and begin to urinate in public.  The male was stopped and asked for his identification.  The male initially supplied a fake name and had no identification on his person.  The male was placed under arrest at this time and officers were able to determine his true identity.  Nathaniel Brown (26) of Camden was then placed in the rear of a patrol vehicle.  Brown began to kick the door of the patrol vehicle to prevent officers from shutting it.  Brown was eventually subdued and transported to police headquarters where he was charged with Lewdness, Hindering Apprehension and Resisting Arrest.  He was remanded to the Camden County Corrections Facility on outstanding warrants.  Brown did advise officers that he would sue the police department because his feelings were hurt due to his arrest.

 On 02/03 at 2353 an officer was in the area of D’Place when he observed a female exit the bar.  The female then walked over to a car, exposed herself and began to urinate on the ground.  Carolyn Lloyd (24) of Camden was charged with Lewdness and released.

 

In other matters,

 

On 02/03 at 2359 officers responded to Elmwood and Birch in the Crescent Trailer Park for a suspicious vehicle.  Officers observed three males inside of the vehicle drinking a case of beer.  Antonio Vera-Gonzalez (25) of Birch Ave, Jorge Ocampo-Arellano (28) of Cedarwood Ave and Jose Ocampo-Arellano (28) also of Cedarwood Ave were all issued summonses for Drinking in Public and released from the scene.

 

 

On 02/03 at 2254 a resident of the 800 block of Hudson Street reported that unknown person(s) attempted to gain entry into the residence by breaking a glass door on the rear of the house.

 

On 02/04 at 2336 an officer on patrol observed a male running away from a parked vehicle in the area of Thompson and Burdsall.  The male was stopped and asked for identification.  The male provided a fake name, but was quickly identified due to previous police contacts.  Gordon Laxton (40) of Pennsville was arrested and charged with Hindering Apprehension.

 

On 02/04 at 0929 a resident of the 900 block of Hudson Street reported that sometime overnight unknown person(s) entered his vehicle and stole a GPS unit.

 

On 02/06 at 0856 an officer observed a motor vehicle accident on the unit block of S. Sussex Street.  They observed a male strike a parked vehicle while attempting to park in front of his residence.  As the officer was gathering information the driver became belligerent toward the officer and began to yell in the street, accusing the officer of trying to “jam him up.”  Bradley Jolley (36) of S. Sussex Street was placed under arrest and charged with Disorderly Conduct. 

 

On 02/06 at 1050 officers were releasing Bradley Jolley who was in custody at police headquarters.  Upon exiting the building Jolley began to yell and act belligerent while in the parking lot behind the building.  Jolley was arrested for a second time and again charged with Disorderly Conduct.

 

On 02/07 at 0247 a resident of the 800 block of Chambers Ave reported hearing a loud noise in the rear yard.  The outside motion light activated and the resident heard two males talking, but they could not see anyone outside.  Officers checked the area, but were unable to locate anyone in the area.

 

Additionally, officers responded to 5 domestic violence incidents, 8 motor vehicle accidents and made 42 arrests.

 

THOSE CHARGED ARE PRESUMED INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN OTHERWISE. 

 

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