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press release March 8, 2013


GLOUCESTER CITY NJ--Gloucester City Police on March 7 at 1942 executed a 040407011727_SUSPECT%20ARRESTED%2025search warrant on a vehicle after an investigation into the distribution of crack cocaine. 


As a result Archie Moore (33) and Malik Fisher (23), both of Lawnside, were arrested and charged with Possession of CDS with the Intent to Distribute. 


Officers seized 46 bags of crack cocaine and $1400 in cash.


In other matters, 



On 03/01 at 2322 a witness reported that an unknown vehicle drove onto the Mustangs football field and began to cause damage to the field by accelerating and tearing the grass and dirt.  No vehicle was located.


On 03/02 at 1300 a male from Blackwood reported that he picked up a prostitute and drove her to the Budget Inn.  The male went into the bathroom for a few minutes inside of the room and when he came out the prostitute was gone along with the male’s wallet.


On 03/03 at 0905 a resident of the unit block of N. Broadway reported that sometime between 1840 and 1915 unknown person(s) entered her apartment and stole cash.  A subsequent investigation led to the arrest of Daniel Ferry, also of N. Broadway.  Ferry was charged with Theft.


On 03/04 and 0129 a resident of the unit block of N. Broadway reported seeing a black male walking in the area carrying a black handgun.  No suspect was located.


On 03/04 at 0244 officers responded to Cheerleader’s parking lot for an assault victim.  The male stated he was assaulted both inside and outside of the bar.  The victim was highly intoxicated and refused to tell officers any other information until he contacted his attorney.  He was treated by EMS and taken to the hospital.


On 03/04 at 2151 Courtney Dixon (27) of the 400 block of Hudson Street was arrested on Broadway and Hudson on an outstanding warrant.  Dixon was found to be in possession of 6 bags of crack cocaine.


On 03/05 at 0225 and 0258 two trash cans were set on fire on the 800 block and 1600 block of Market Street.


On 03/05 at 1421 it was reported that unknown suspect(s) entered on the parking lot of Gormley’s Auto on Route 130 and removed radios from four vehicles.


On 03/06 at 0027 a resident of Gaskill Ave reported that unknown suspect(s) broke the front window to her residence by throwing a rock at the house.


On 03/06 at 2100 Jay McIlvaine (39) of the 100 block of N. Broadway was arrested at Broadway and Monmouth on an outstanding warrant.  McIlvaine was found to be in possession of 12 bags of crack cocaine.


On 03/06 at 2148 it was reported that two vehicles parked in the lot next to Sportsmen A.C. had their windows broken by unknown suspect(s).


On 03/07 at 0936 CVS reported that an unknown white male entered the store and began to place items into a backpack.  The suspect was confronted by a store employee.  He then removed some items and fled the store.  He was last observed running south on Broadway.


Additionally, officers responded to 7 domestic violence incidents, 11 motor vehicle accidents and made 15 arrests.