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Gloucester City Police Investigating Car Theft at the Budget Inn; Alleged Suspect is a Prostitute

Screen Shot 2018-05-10 at 15.5.05Budget Inn/Motel 1400 Crescent Blvd., Gloucester City NJ (file photo)

 

GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (May 10, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--The Gloucester City Police are investigating a reported car theft that was allegedly committed by a Camden City prostitute on May 5.  The incident occurred  at the Budget Inn, 1400 Crescent Blvd. On that date Police Corporal Bill Johnson responded to the motel at 10 AM.  Upon arrival, a resident of Sicklerville reported he picked up a prostitute in Camden City and brought her to the motel.  He stated he went to the bathroom and the prostitute stole his car.  The prostitute, “Michelle,” is described as white, approximately (30) years old with blonde hair, blue eyes and several tattoos on her feet.  The investigation is ongoing.

In other matters, 

5/4 (4:41 pm) A car stop on Mercer Street at Broadway conducted by Ptl. George Spingler resulted in the arrest of Emilio A. Morales (27), a resident of Camden.  He was arrested on warrants from Bellmawr, Camden City and Deptford and was later released on bail.

5/5 (5:57 am) Cpl. Bill Johnson responded to the Budget Inn on Rt. 130 for a report of a female banging on doors and harassing customers.  Upon arrival, the female was located and refused to leave the property.  Jadelenir N. McCoy (22), a resident of Sicklerville, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and defiant trespass.  She was later released.

5/5 (4:03 pm) Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz were called to Bergen and Willow Streets for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

5/7 (9:11 am) A car stop in the 1200 block of Rt. 130 conducted by Ptl. Greg Coxe resulted in the arrest of Heriberto C. Sampson (47), a resident of Berlin.  He was arrested on warrants from Camden City and additionally charged with possession of CDS (marijuana and crack cocaine) and driving on a suspended license.  He was later released on bail.

 

5/7 (11:56 am) Ptl. Greg Cox responded to Gormley’s Auto on Rt. 130 for a report of a fight.  Upon arrival, there was no fight in progress and a customer reported his wallet was stolen from inside his vehicle, which was left on location for repairs.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

5/7 (2:46 pm) A resident of the 200 block of Hudson Street reported her bicycle was stolen for the front of the Dollar General store on S. Broadway.  Surveillance video of the male who stole the bike has been obtained and the investigation is ongoing.

 

5/7 (6:50 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at King Street conducted by Ptl. Shea O’Donnell and George Spingler resulted in the arrest of William D. Kelly (37), a resident of the unit block of S. Burlington Street.  He was arrested on a warrant from Gloucester City and additionally charged with possession of CDS (heroin).  He was later released on bail.

 

5/7 (5:45 pm) Ptl. Bob Saunders III responded to the 300 block of Highland Blvd. for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

5/8 (7:50 am) Ptl. Barb Kane was called to Rt. 130 at Market Street for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

5/8 (12:40 pm) A resident of the 200 block of 3rd. Street reported the front license plate was stolen off the front of his car.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

5/8 (1:26 pm) Ptl. Greg Coxe responded to a vacant residence in the 500 block of Somerset Street for a report of theft of copper piping from the basement.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

5/8 (1:04 pm) Ptl. Barb Kane was called to Rt. 130 at Market Street for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

5/8 (1:41 pm) A car stop in the 1300 block of Rt. 130 conducted by Ptl. Sean Saunders and George Spingler resulted in the arrest of Anthony F. Pettolina (26), a resident of the 100 block of Oxford Avenue.  He was arrested on warrants from Camden City and additionally charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a hypodermic syringe and driving on a suspended license.  He was later released on bail.

 

5/8 (4:05 pm) John P. Dorczuk (41), a resident of the unit block of Lane Avenue, was arrested on Broadway at Champion Rod by Ptl. George Spingler on a warrant from Gloucester City.  He was lodged in Camden County Jail.

 

5/8 (8:52 pm) Ptl. Sean Saunders and George Spingler conducted a car stop on King Street at Somerset.  During the course of the stop, Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo were called to the scene to conduct an open air narcotics sniff around the car.  K9 Demo alerted to the presence of narcotics odor coming from inside the car, which was subsequently searched.  A quantity of crystal methamphetamine, marijuana, prescription medication and drug paraphernalia were seized.  Thomas A. Downs (33), a resident of Joy Street, was arrested and charged with three counts of possession of CDS and possession of drug paraphernalia.  He was late released.

 

5/9 (10:10 am) A resident of the 600 block of Powell Street reported a package was stolen from his front steps that had been delivered by UPS.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

5/9 (9:33 pm) Ptl. Sean Gartland responded to Market Street at Cold Springs Drive for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

5/10 (12:01 am) A car stop on Market Street at Atlantic conducted by Ptl. Sean Gartland resulted in the arrests of the following individuals:  Jacob A Everett (22) a resident of the 200 block of Market Street and Jessica M. Bird (19), a resident of Westmont were arrested and charged with possession of CDS (marijuana).  Both were later released.

 

 

In addition, officers made (51) traffic stops, (192) property/business checks and (8) school visits.  Officers made (15) arrests, responded to (10) domestic disputes, impounded (5) abandoned vehicles and managed (275) calls for service between May 4th and May 9th.

CNBNOTE: Those charged are presumed innocent until proven otherwise

 

 

 

 

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