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GLOUCESTER CITY POLICE: STAY HOME AND STAY SAFE | UPDATE #1

Suspect Threatens to Kill Gloucester City Police Officer \cnbnews

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On 10/20 at 1709 officers responded to Cornell Ave for an intoxicated male who had punched a vehicle and was now bleeding. Officers arrived and found the suspect, Anthony Walters (31) of the 600 block of Divison Street. Walters was being held on the ground by friends/family members. When the first officer approached, Walters questioned his presence and threatened to assault the officer. He then attempted to break free and charge at the officer. The officer was able to detain him, however, he continued to resist and grabbed the officer’s leg near his service weapon. Walters was eventually taken to the ground and handcuffed. He continued to act in a threatening way and stated he would kill the officer when released. One officer did sustain a minor injury while attempting to subdue Walters. As a result, Walters was charged with Disorderly Conduct, Resisting Arrest and Aggravated Assault on an Officer.

In other matters, 

 

On 10/19 at 1212 a resident of the 400 block of Market Street reported that sometime overnight unknown person(s) stole her purse from the front porch of her residence. The purse contained numerous personal items and cash.

On 10/19 at 1257 the owner of a property on the 200 block of Market Street reported that sometime between August 2012 and 10/19 unknown person(s) forced entry into the property. The suspect(s) stole copper pipes and a refrigerator.

On 10/19 at 1500 officers were checking a vacant property on the 800 block of Morris Street and located Kelley Burdick (28) of Brooklawn, inside of the residence. Burdick was charged with Defiant Trespass.

On 10/19 at 1954 a motor vehicle stop on the 400 block of Somerset Street led to the arrest of Ryan Zsirai (19) of Woodbury and Anthony Laino (21) of Elk Twp. Officers located 1 oz of marijuana and packaging material inside of the vehicle. Both were charged with Possession of Marijuana with the Intent to Distribute and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia after admitting they were going to package and sell the marijuana prior to being stopped.

 

On 10/21 at 0308 police and fire responded to the 400 block of Market Street for a fire. An investigation into the cause of the fire led to the arrest of Tito Diaz, Jr (26). Diaz admitted to drinking a 1 liter bottle of vodka, smoking marijuana and ingesting Percocet pills before falling asleep with a lit cigarette. He was charged with Risking Widespread Injury/Damage and Defiant Trespass before being remanded to the Camden County Jail.

On 10/21 at 1228 officers responded to Broadway and Passaic Street for a male running in and out of traffic. Officers located the male who was shirtless and shoeless. The male was covered in mud and appeared in an agitated state. The suspect, Darell Jenkins (21) of Woodbury, was ordered to the ground and handcuffed. Jenkins admitted to smoking PCP and had jumped into the creek on North Broadway. He was taken to police headquarters where he became combative and refused to cooperate with processing. Jenkins was charged with Being Under the Influence of CDS and released to family members.

On 10/21 at 1502 a resident of the 500 block of Middlesex Street reported seeing a microwave in the alley of a vacant property. Officers found an open door to the property and contacted the owner. Numerous tools and trash cans were reported stolen and wires were stripped from inside. The investigation led to the arrest of William Culfin 3rd (25) of the 500 block of Middlesex Street. Culfin was charged with Burglary and Theft.

On 10/21 at 2220 a resident of the 300 block of Monmouth Street reported that sometime during the day unknown suspect(s) entered the residence and stole two televisions, two laptop computers and jewelry.

On 10/24 at 1402 a motor vehicle stop on Route 130 led to the arrest of Michael Daily (30) of Bellmawr. Daily was found to be in possession of 2 bags of heroin. He was charged and released.

Additionally, officers responded to 19 domestic violence incidents, 12 motor vehicle accidents and made 30 arrests.

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