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SOURCE Gloucester City Police Department October 19, 2012

 

GLOUCESTER CITY NJ-On 10/18 at 2109 officers were dispatched to Broadway and Market Street for a fight involving a male armed with a gun.  As an officer was driving toward the area he observed a male standing in the street at 4th and Market yelling and threatening area residents.  The male then removed his shirt Hulk Hogan style in order to fight whomever wanted to take on the challenge. 

*Tito Diaz Jr (26) of the 600 block of Market Street was arrested and charged with Disorderly Conduct.

In other matters, 

On 10/12 at 2354 a resident of the 200 block of Morris Street reported that sometime during the night a ladder was stolen from his side yard.

 

On 10/13 at 1012 a motor vehicle stop in the parking lot of the Quality Inn led to the arrest of Hannah Raymond (22) and Wayne Wren (25), both of Sewell.  Officers located 1 bag of heroin, 3 empty bags and a hypodermic syringe inside of the vehicle.  Both were charged and released.

 

On 10/13 at 1815 officers responded to a residence on Chestnut Ave for a stolen vehicle complaint.  On arrival, officers met with Thomas Sylvester 3rd (27) of said residence.  Mr. Sylvester had stolen his girlfriend’s vehicle and refused to return it to her.  He stated that he hid the vehicle and would not tell officers where it was located.  Mr. Sylvester became agitated and belligerent and began to threaten the officers with violence.  He was placed under arrest and charged with Obstruction of Justice.  Mr. Sylvester was then remanded to the Camden County Jail on an outstanding warrant.

 

On 10/14 at 0220 a motor vehicle accident on Burlington and Essex Streets led to the arrest of Felix Mendoza (21) of Camden City.  Mr. Mendoza was charged with DWI and his blood alcohol level was .15%, above the legal limit of .08%.

 

On 10/15 at 1320 a resident of Gorman Manor reported that sometime overnight the rear window on their vehicle was shattered by unknown person(s).

 

On 10/15 at 1750 a motor vehicle stop on Broadway and Market Street led to the arrest of Eddie Rivera (29) of the 200 block of N. Broadway.  Rivera was charged with DWI after officers found him to under the influence of narcotics.  He was also charged with Driving with a Suspended License.

 

On 10/15 at 1832 a shoplifting complaint at Dollar General led to charges being filed against Anthony Jordan (24) of the 900 block of Jersey Ave.  Officers observed Jordan on video concealing items under his shirt before exiting the store.

 

On 10/16 at 1958 officers stopped Jose Burgos-Medina (44) of the 400 block of Cumberland Street while walking on Atlantic Street.  Burgos-Medina gave officers a fake name in order to avoid arrest on an outstanding warrant.  He was identified by his tattoos and taken into custody.  At police headquarters, Burgos-Medina began faking a knee injury to avoid going to the Camden County Jail and officers spent over 2 hours getting him medical clearance for his incarceration.  Due to his faking the injury and taking two officers off of the street for a prolonged period, officers charged him with Obstruction of Justice.  He was also charged with Hindering Apprehension for giving false information regarding his identity and eventually remanded to jail.

 

On 10/17 at 1913 a resident of the 300 block of Monmouth Street reported that sometime during the day unknown person(s) entered her apartment and stole a Playstation 3 and a camera.  Entry was made via an unlocked window.

 

On 10/17 at 1550 an officer observed an occupied vehicle parked at 4th and Market Streets.  A strong odor of marijuana was coming from inside of the vehicle as officers approached.  As a result officers arrested Joseph Bishop (23) of the 200 block of Essex Street, Ricardo Hernandez (21) of Camden City and a 16 y/o male from the 600 block of Market Street.  The 16 y/o was charged with Possession of Marijuana while Bishop and Hernandez were charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.  Also arrested was Stephen Donnelly (28) of 4th Street.  As officers were conducting their investigation and arrests, Mr. Donnelly felt it was a good time to approach and converse with those being arrested.  He was arrested and charged with Obstruction.

 

On 10/18 at 1831 an officer observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed in the area of King and Hudson Streets.  The vehicle had a ladder tied to the roof and was swerving on the roadway.  A motor vehicle stop was conducted and when approaching the vehicle officers observed another ladder inside, a box of DVDs and a Kodak printer.  The occupants could give no reason why they had the property before stating that they got it from a friend.  The driver, Michael Canning (25) and the passenger, Molly Williams (24), both of the 100 block of S. Burlington Streets were arrested on outstanding warrants.  Also located inside of the vehicle were a bag of hypodermic syringes and 3 crack pipes.  Williams and Canning were both charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Possession of Hypodermic Syringes. 

 

On 10/18 at 2003 the owner of a property on the 100 block of S. King Street reported that sometime over the past two weeks, unknown suspect(s) forced entry into the residence and stole 2 refrigerators, a stove, a washer and dryer, lawnmower, copper pipes and tools.

 

On 10/18 at 2109 officers were dispatched to Broadway and Market Street for a fight involving a male armed with a gun.  As an officers was driving toward the area he observed a male standing in the street at 4th and Market yelling and threatening area residents.  The male then removed his shirt Hulk Hogan style in order to fight whomever wanted to take on the challenge.  Tito Diaz Jr (26) of the 600 block of Market Street was arrested and charged with Disorderly Conduct.

 

Additionally, officers responded to 7 motor vehicle accidents, 19 domestic violence complaints and made 46 arrests.

 

THOSE CHARGED ARE PRESUMED INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN OTHERWISE.

 

*CNBNEWS NOTE: A search of crime report category on the CNBNews website revealed that Tito Diaz Jr has been arrested twice in July by the GCPD, also once in May, once in April. He was  also arrested by GCPD in Nov. 2011, October 2011, and Sept.. 2011.

 

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