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Email Threat Sent To Camden County College Results In The Arrest Of A Female Student 10-28-2015 | Gloucester Township Police Department

On October 28, 2015 at approximately 9:08 AM, the Gloucester Township Police Department received a call from the Camden County College Public Safety Department who advised the Police Department that a threat to the school was made via email.

Officers responded to the College and were advised that an email was sent from a computer in the Cyber Café at Camden County College that was accessible to the public. The email was sent to the Vice Dean of the Camden County College. The contents of the email stated “THERE IS A THREAT COMING TO THIS CAMPUS TOMORROW AT 130 PM!”. Officers from the Gloucester Townships Police Department and the Camden County College Public Safety Department quickly developed a suspect. Detectives then went to the suspect’s residents to continue their investigation. It was determined that the suspect wanted to disrupt the school day because she was disgruntled with the college administration. At this time the threat was deemed to be non credible.

Ultimately, a student from the college, Martha Ruiz of the 3000 block of Cramer Avenue in Camden, New Jersey was charged with False Public Alarm (3rd Degree) and released pending a future court date.

The quick work of the Camden County College Public Safety Department and the Gloucester Township Police Department ensured the safety and security of the students and faculty of the college.

Arrested: Martha Ruiz, 23 3000 block of Cramer Avenue, Camden New Jersey