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Gloucester City Police Crime Report July 12, 2017 through July 28,2017

 

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July 12 (10:28 am) An officer responded to Babe’s Auto on Broadway at Essex Street for a report of criminal mischief.  Upon arrival, a company representative reported sometime over the weekend, unknown person(s) threw a brick through the windshield of a vehicle parked on the lot.  The investigation is ongoing.

July 12 (1:00 pm) An officer responded to the equipment yard at Rt. 130 and Market Street for a reported theft.  Upon arrival, a company representative reported unknown person(s) entered the yard sometime during the previous two days and stole (8) aluminum light pole extensions.  The estimated value of the stolen items is $8,000.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

 

July 12 (7:18 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at Chambers Street conducted by Cpl. Bill Johnson resulted in the arrests of the following individuals:  Scott R. Ryan (44), a resident of the 300 block of N. Burlington Street, was arrested on a warrant from Westville.  He was additionally charged with bail jumping and released on bail after processing.  Anna T. Wherrity (42), a resident of the 300 block of Hudson Street, was arrested on warrants from Cherry Hill.  She was additionally charged with bail jumping and remanded to Camden County Jail after processing.

 

July 12 (7:53 pm) Gregory Poticher (31), a resident of the 300 block of Monmouth Street, was arrested on Monmouth Street at Burlington Street by Ptl. George Spingler on warrants from Gloucester City and Camden City.  He was additionally charged with possession of a hypodermic syringe and released on bail after processing.

 

July 12 (8:16 pm) Officers responded to a residence in the 200 block of Somerset Street for a report of a fight involving numerous people.  Upon arrival, there was no fight in progress.

During the course of the investigation, the individual renting the property became verbally abusive towards officers and continued to act in a disorderly manner after being warned several times to cease her behavior.  As a result, Bobbie S. Cox (35), was charged with disorderly conduct.  She was additionally charged with maintaining a disorderly house and maintaining a nuisance due to the fact the police have responded to her residence (8) times for disturbances since April, 2017.

 

July 12 (11:09 pm) Steven R. Canning (28), a resident of Dukewood Avenue, was arrested on Broadway at Center Street by Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz on warrants from Somerdale and Camden City.  He was additionally charged with possession of a hypodermic syringe and released on bail after processing.

 

July 13 (8:00 am) Ptl. Robert Saunders III located a bus in the parking lot at Freedom Pier that was reported stolen from Woodbury.  The owner was contacted by Woodbury Police and he responded to take possession of the bus.

 

July 13 (1:20 pm) Mervin J. Csaky (46), a resident of Buena, was arrested on Rt. 130 at Market Street by Ptl. Robert Saunders III on warrants from Gloucester City and Camden City.  He was additionally charged with driving on a suspended license and released on bail after processing.

 

July 13 (7:25 pm) John F. O’Kane (62), a resident of the 300 block of Hudson Street, was arrested at his residence by Ptl. George Spingler on warrants from Gloucester City.  He was additionally charged with bail jumping and released on bail after processing.

 

July 13 (8:20 pm) Jacquelin R. Kittell (38), a resident of the 300 block of Hudson Street, was arrested on Broadway at Morris Street by Det. Keith O’Donnell on a warrant form Camden City.  After processing, she was released on bail.

 

July 14 (5:35 pm) Ptl. Greg Coxe responded to Heritages on Broadway for a reported shoplifting.  Upon arrival, it was determined a (12) year old boy had stolen four candy bars.  The boy was scheduled for station house adjustment and released to his grandmother.

July 14 (11:36 pm) A traffic stop on Rt. 130 at Market Street conducted by Ptl. Greg Coxe resulted in the following arrest:  Sircharle I. Colvin (31), a resident of Camden, was arrested on warrants from Camden City and Mickleton.  He was additionally charged with possession of CDS (marijuana), open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle and driving on a suspended license.  After processing, he was turned over to Woodbury Police.

 

July 15 (7:32 am) A resident of Beechwood Avenue reported sometime overnight, his ATV was stolen from the rear of his vehicle.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

July 15 (7:52 am) Ptl. Ben McKinney responded to a residence in the 500 block of Mercer Street for a report of an overdose.  Upon arrival, he found the (52) year old female resident unconscious and not breathing.  Ptl. McKinney administered one dose of Naloxone, which had no affect.  EMS personnel arrived and administered a second dose of Naloxone and the female regained consciousness.  She was transported to an area hospital for treatment.

 

July 15 (8:34 pm) Ptl. Keith Wall responded to Broadway at Middlesex Street for a reported overdose.  Upon arrival, he found the (30) year old female Williamstown resident unconscious and not breathing.  Ptl. Wall administered one dose of Naloxone and the female regained consciousness.  She was transported to an area hospital for treatment.

 

July 16 (4:02 pm) Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo responded to the parking lot of King of Pizza on Rt. 130 for a reported overdose.  Upon arrival, the (32) year old Blackwood resident was unconscious and not breathing.  EMS personnel administered one dose of Naloxone and the male regained consciousness.  He was transported to an area hospital for treatment.

 

July 16 (2:50 pm) A resident of the 100 block of N. King Street reported the windshield of her vehicle was smashed.  The incident was recorded on a nearby surveillance camera and as a result, a male was observed smashing the window with a basketball.  The male was positively identified as Robert Malinowski Jr. (40), a resident of the 200 block of Morris Street.  He was charged with criminal mischief.

 

July 16 (10:12 pm) Officers were dispatched to the area of Hudson Street at Burlington Street for a fight.  Upon arrival, officers located a male victim who reported he was jumped by another male, who he knows.  Witnesses in the area reported the victim was walking down the street when another male snuck up behind him and punched him in the back of the head.  The victim sustained minor injuries and declined to sign charges at the time.

 

July 17 (10:40 am) An officer responded to Francis Gorman Manor on S. Broadway for a reported theft.  Upon arrival, a manager at the building reported a section of aluminum fence was stolen from the south side of the property.  The incident was captured on surveillance video and the investigation is ongoing.

 

July 17 (11:57 am) Ptl. George Spingler responded to a residence on Elmwood Avenue for a disturbance.  Upon arrival, it was determined that a male and female were arguing over some spare ribs.  The female was found to have an outstanding warrant from her arrest from Woodbury and placed under arrest.  She was later turned over to Gloucester County Sheriff’s for remand to Salem County Jail.

 

July 17 (1:00 pm) A resident of the 200 block of Essex Street reported her vehicle was stolen sometime overnight from the front of her residence.  The vehicle was recovered on July 19th. in Winslow Twp.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

July 17 (1:06 pm) Cpl. Bill Johnson responded to a residence in the 700 block of Powell Street for an unconscious woman lying in the bushes on the property.  Upon arrival, it was determined the female was highly intoxicated.  Brenda L. Davis (56), a resident of the 100 block of N. Broadway, was charged with defiant trespass and transported to an area hospital for treatment.

 

July 17 (2:41 pm) Brian M. Musumeci (47), a resident of Woodbury, was arrested on Broadway at Middlesex Street by Ptl. Shea O’Donnell and Tim Ryder.  He was charged with possession of CDS (crack cocaine) and found to be a fugitive from justice wanted by the Camden County Probation.  After processing, he was remanded to Camden County Jail.

 

July 17 (3:24 pm) A resident of the 100 block of S. Filmore Street reported her purse was stolen from her unlocked vehicle while parked in front of her residence.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

July 17 (6:46 pm) Peter M. Hennessy (38), a resident of National Park, was arrested on King Street at Linden by Cpl. Bill Lessig on warrants from West Deptford and Camden City.  After processing, he was remanded to Camden County Jail.

 

July 17 (7:28 pm) While on patrol, Ptl. Tim Ryder and Shea O’Donnell observed a suspicious occupied vehicle parked at the Gloucester City Marina on King Street.  Further investigation resulted in the arrest of Elizabeth Salvitti (23), a resident of the 300 block of Ridgeway Street.  She was found to have outstanding warrants for her arrest from Gloucester City and West Deptford and additionally charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a hypodermic syringe.  After processing, she was turned over to West Deptford Police.

 

July 17 (9:40 pm) Davontae S. Randall (20), a resident of Paulsboro, was arrested on Broadway at Jersey Avenue by Cpl. Bill Lessig on a warrant from Riverton.  After processing, he was released on bail.

 

July 17 (11:27 pm) While on patrol, Cpl. Bill Lessig observed a (12) year old boy riding his bike in the 400 block of Market Street, in violation of the city curfew ordinance.  The boy was taken into custody, scheduled for station house adjustment and turned over to his mother.

 

July 18 (1:25 am) A resident of Cedarwood Avenue reported a male threw rocks at his vehicle, cracking to windshield.  The incident was recorded on a nearby surveillance camera and the investigation is ongoing.

 

July 18 (1:52 pm) Eric M. Reed (35), a resident of Annwood Avenue, was arrested on Klemm Avenue at Park by Captain Mike Morrell on warrants from Camden City.  After processing, he was released on bail.

 

July 18 (5:13 pm) While on patrol, Ptl. Shea O’Donnell and Tim Ryder observed a vehicle parked in the parking lot at TD Bank on Broadway occupied by two males acting in a suspicious manner.  When the officers approached the vehicle to talk to males, the odor of raw marijuana was detected emanating from inside the vehicle.  Further investigation resulted in the arrest of Dino Buffetta (18), a resident of Wenonah.  He was charged with possession of CDS (marijuana) and released after processing.

 

July 18 (7:13 pm) Thomas D. Tetlow Jr. (36), a resident of the 200 block of Middlesex Street, was arrested on Broadway at Mercer Street by Sgt. Jim Little for defiant trespass.  He was additionally charged with possession of CDS (cocaine) and released after processing.

 

July 18, 2017 (8:00 pm) A traffic stop on Broadway at King Street conducted by Cpl. Bill Lessig resulted in the following arrest:  Jose A. Rodriguez (25), a resident of Camden, was charged with hindering apprehension after supplying the officer with a false name.  An Oaklyn Police K9 Unit responded to the scene to conduct an open air narcotics sniff around the vehicle, resulting in a positive alert for the presence of narcotics odor emanating from the vehicle.  As a result, a quantity of marijuana was located in the trunk.  Rodriguez was additionally charged with possession of CDS and driving on a suspended license.  After processing, he was released.

 

July 18 (9:53 pm) Sgt. Jim Little and Ptl. Tim Ryder responded to a residence in the 300 block of Hudson Street for a reported fire.  Upon arrival, smoke was observed coming from inside the residence and neighbors advised nobody was home but dogs were in the house. The officers forced entry into the home, removed the dogs and confirmed nobody was inside.  GCFD personnel arrived and extinguished the fire.

 

July 19 (3:34 pm) An officer responded to the Gloucester City Library parking lot for a report of criminal mischief.  Upon arrival, it was determined that the passenger side window of a vehicle parking in the lot had been broken.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

July 20 (2:15 pm) Christina A. Brown (39), a resident of Brooklawn, was arrested on Rt. 130 at Market Street by Sgt. Ken Iepson on a warrant from Brooklawn.  After processing, she was remanded to Camden County Jail.

 

July 20 (7:06 pm) Ptl. Greg Coxe responded to Greenwood Avenue at Park for a report of an overdose.  Upon arrival, the (24) year old male from the 500 block of Paul Street was unconscious and not breathing.  Ptl. Coxe administered one dose of Naloxone and paramedics administered a second dose before the male regained consciousness.  The male was transported to an area hospital for treatment.

 

July 21 (8:00 pm) Jermar Sanders (39), a resident of the 800 block of Cumberland Street, was arrested on Broadway at Essex Street on warrants from Gloucester City and Cinnaminson.  He was additionally charged with driving on a suspended license and released on bail after processing.

 

July 23 (1:24 am) Jacquelin R. Kittell (38), a resident of the 300 block of Hudson Street, was arrested in the 400 block of Monmouth Street by Cpl. Bill Lessig on warrants from Camden City, Evesham Twp and Brooklawn.  After processing, she was released on bail.

 

July 23 (3:10 am) Elijah M. Ross (24), a resident of Camden, was arrested by Sgt. Jim Little on Broadway at Somerset Street on warrants from Camden City.  After processing, he was releas3ed on bail.

 

July 23 (6:19 pm) Jeffrey A. Widman (33), a resident of the 800 block of Cumberland Street was arrested on Brown Street at Mercer Street by Sgt. Jim Little.  He was charged with possession of CDS (marijuana and prescription medication) and released after processing.

 

July 24 (11:18 am) A resident of the 200 block of Market Street reported sometime overnight, his bicycle was stolen from his front porch.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

July 25 (9:41 am) James G. Wilson (27), a resident of Egg Harbor City, was arrested on Broadway at King Street by DSgt. Carl DePoder on a warrant from Audubon.  He was additionally charged with possession of a hypodermic syringe and released on bail.

 

July 25 (10:00 am) A resident of the 1000 block of Market Street reported sometime overnight, his motorcycle was stolen while parked in the street next to his residence.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

July 25 (11:03 pm) A traffic stop on Broadway at Essex Street conducted by Det. Keith O’Donnell and DSgt. Carl DePoder resulted in the arrest of Kenneth R. Dunbar Jr. (28), a resident of the 100 block of Oxford Avenue.  He was charged with possession of CDS (crack cocaine) and possession of drug paraphernalia.  After processing, he was released.

 

July 25 (3:00 pm) Monica M. Kirchner (28), a resident of Sicklerville, was arrested on King Street at Essex Street by Ptl. Tim Ryder and Shea O’Donnell on warrants from Camden City and West Deptford.  She was additionally charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of hypodermic syringes.  After processing, she was released on bail.

 

July 25 (7:30 pm) Natalie C. Pierce (50), a resident of the Budget Inn in Gloucester City, was arrested in the parking lot of the Budget Inn by Ptl. Ben McKinney on warrants from West Deptford.  After processing, she was released on bail.

 

July 26 (12:22 am) Officers responded to a residence in the 200 block of Morris Street for a reported fight.  Upon arrival, there was no fight in progress and two male victims reported they were assaulted by a male they know who lives across the street.  Neither victim wished to pursue charges at the time of the incident.

 

July 26 (3:28 pm) A juvenile male reported his bicycle was stolen from the front of the Gloucester City Library while he was inside.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

July 26 (7:18 pm) Jeffrey W. Thies (49), a resident of Runnemede, was arrested on Rt. 130 at Market Street by Ptl. Shea O’Donnell and Tim Ryder during the course of a traffic stop.  He was arrested for hindering apprehension for supplying the officers with a false name and subsequently found to have outstanding warrants for his arrest from Runnemede.  After processing, he was released on bail.

 

July 26 (7:55 pm) Andrew M. Feole (30), a resident of Bellmawr, was arrested on Broadway at Passaic Street by Cpl. Bill Lessig.  He was charged with hindering apprehension after suppling the officer with a false name.  He was additionally charged with possession of CDS (heroin), possession of hypodermic syringes and found to have outstanding warrants for his arrest from Haddon Twp.  After processing, he was released on bail.

 

July 26 (11:15 pm) Daniel A. Tomarchio (42), a resident of Brooklawn, was arrested on Broadway at Ridgeway Street by Sgt. Jim Little on warrants from Gloucester City.  After processing, he was released on bail.

 

July 26 (10:25 pm) Ptl. Robert Saunders III responded to a residence in the 300 block of Hudson Street for a reported overdose.  Upon arrival, the (61) year old male resident was unconscious and not breathing.  Ptl. Saunders III administered one dose of Naloxone which had no affect.  EMS personnel administered a second dose of Naloxone and the male regained consciousness.  He was transported to an area hospital for treatment.

 

July 27 (1:05 am) Cpl. Bill Lessig observed three juvenile males, ages (12) and (13), riding their bicycles in the 500 block of Monmouth Street, violating the city curfew ordinance.  All three were taken into custody and formally charged before being released to their parents.  The mother of one of the juveniles was also charged with failing to supervise her child do to his repeated violations of the curfew ordinance.

 

July 27 (11:45 pm) Carmen Gentile Jr. (36), a resident of Oaklyn, was arrested in the parking lot of C.W. Clarke Auto Sales on Rt. 130 by Ptl. Robert Saunders III on warrants from Pennsauken.  After processing, he was released on bail.

July 28 (1:00 am) Michael A. Draper (27), a resident of the 300 block of S. Broadway, was arrested on Broadway at Powell Street by Cpl. Bill Lessig on warrants from Gloucester City, Camden City, Haddon Twp and East Greenwich.  After processing, he was released on bail.

In addition, officers conducted (147) traffic stops and (588) property/business checks.  Officers made (62) arrests, investigated (20) motor vehicle crashes, (15) domestic disputes and (8) abandoned vehicles was impounded.  Officers issued (88) criminal charges, (20) city ordinance charges, (61) traffic citations and managed (763) calls for service between July 12th. and July 27th.

CNBNOTE: Those charged are presumed innocent until proven otherwise in a court of law.

 

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