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Two Suspects Wanted on Outstanding Warrants Arrested for Burglary at the Crescent Trailer Park

 

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GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (May 18, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Two suspects wanted on outstanding warrants were arrested on May 14 following good detective work by Patrolman Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz.

According to police on that date at (5:05 pm) Calzonetti and K9 Blitz responded to a residence on Richwood Avenue for a report of a vehicle burglary.  Upon arrival, the resident reported sometime during the past hour, a window on her vehicle was broken and her wallet and cell phone were stolen.  After speaking with witnesses in the area, a description of the suspect was obtained.  In addition, the resident was able to ping her cell phone, indicating the phone was in another area of the trailer park.  Ptl. Calzonetti located a male matching the description in that area, walking with a female.   Both were found to have active warrants for their arrest and taken into custody.  Dawn M. Kirk (51), a resident of Elmwood Avenue, was arrested on warrants from Camden City and Oaklyn.  She was later released on bail.  Jason D. Kaszupski (33), a resident of Mt. Ephraim, was arrested on warrants from Cherry Hill.  Search incident to arrest resulted in the recovery of the cell phone and purse stolen from the vehicle.  He was charged with burglary, theft, criminal mischief and possession of CSD (prescription medication).  Kaszupski provided a statement to detectives admitting to these crimes as well.  He was lodged in Camden County Jail to await a detention hearing.

 

In other matters,

5/10 (3:05 pm) Ptl. Sean Saunders responded to Metro PCS on S. Broadway for a report of a burglary to a vehicle.  A female customer reported she entered the store and left the windows down in her car.  When she returned to the car, her purse was missing.  The purse was located a couple of block from the scene, empty, and the investigation is ongoing.

 

5/10 (3:12 pm) Officers responded to King Street at Essex for a report of a one vehicle crash into a pole and the driver was unconscious.  Upon arrival, the driver was found unconscious and not breathing, appearing to be experiencing an overdose.  Lt. Steve Burkhardt administered one dose of Naloxone and the male regained consciousness.  The (57) year old male resident of National Park was transported to an area hospital for treatment and charged with multiple traffic offenses.

 

5/10 (5:15 pm) Ptl. Ben McKinney was called to Rt. 130 at Market Street for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

5/11 (10:31 am) John E. Hoover (48), a resident of Cedarwood Avenue, was arrested on Walnut Avenue at Oriental by Inv. Tim Ryder on a warrant from Camden City.  He was later released on bail.

 

5/11 (1:48 pm) Ptl. Keith Wall responded to a residence in the 300 block of Mercer Street for a report of a burglary and assault in progress.  Upon arrival, the male suspect was no longer on scene but was located several blocks away.  Further investigation resulted in the arrest of William A. Medina (20), a resident of the 800 block of Market Street.  He was charged with burglary and simple assault, before being released.

 

5/11 (2:43 pm) Ptl. Barb Kane was called to Rt. 130 at Market Street for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

5/11 (3:59 pm) Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo were called to the 100 block of Baynes Avenue for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

5/11 (10:50 pm) Joey Alicea (38), a resident of Camden, was arrested on Broadway at Mercer Street by Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo on a warrant from Camden City.  He was later released on bail.

 

5/12 (12:59 am) Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo responded to the 300 block of Greenwood Avenue for a report of a large truck that had ripped the power lines from a residence and left the scene.  Upon arrival, the power lines were on the ground blocking the street.  The truck was found parked on Baynes Avenue and the driver was identified.  He was charged with multiple traffic offenses.

 

5/12 (8:45 am) A resident of the 100 block of N. Burlington Street reported an acquaintance of his took his vehicle without permission and struck a parked car on Burlington Street at Hudson.  The subsequent investigation conducted by Ptl. Keith Wall resulted in the arrest of Peter M. Hennessy (39), currently homeless.  He was charged with driving on a suspended license along with several other traffic offenses.

 

5/12 (1:53 pm) Ptl. Keith Wall responded to a residence on Gaunt Street for a report of criminal mischief.  The resident reported his vehicle was scratched while parked in front of his house sometime during the afternoon.

 

5/12 (3:32 pm) Ptl. Greg Coxe was called to the 1300 block of Market Street for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

5/14 (8:52 am) Ptl. Sean Gartland was called to 7th Street at Division for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

5/14 (3:14 pm) A resident of the 500 block of Mercer Street reported her lawnmower was stolen from her rear yard.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

5/14 (4:14 pm) A resident of the 200 block of N. Broadway reported her bicycle was stolen sometime overnight.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

 

5/14 (7:21 pm) Officers responded to a vacant residence in the 300 block of Market Street for a possible burglary in progress.  Further investigation determined there was nobody in the residence and it was unknown if anything was missing.

 

5/15 (10:00 am) Sara E. Naegele (32), a resident of Mullica Hill, was arrested at the entrance to Gloucester City Municipal Court by Ptl. Ben McKinney for possession of drug paraphernalia after she attempted to enter the court building with a crack pipe.  She was additionally found to have warrants from her arrest from Camden City.  She was later released on bail.

 

5/15 (12:21 pm) Officers responded to Broadway at Morris Street for a report of a male armed with a knife attempting to stab a car tire.  Upon arrival, the male was located and further investigation led to his arrest.  Glenn J. Hodge (56), a resident of Morris Court Apartments, was arrested by Sgt. Jason Flood and charged with possession of a weapon and possession of a weapon for unlawful purpose.  The owner of the car reported he has an ongoing problem with Hodge every Tuesday when he parks his car in front of the apartments because of the street sweeper schedule.  Hodge was later released.

 

5/15 (4:05 pm) A car stop on Morris Street at Broadway conducted by Ptl. George Spingler and Sgt. Ken Iepson resulted in a (17) year old female passenger from Camden being taken into custody.  She was charged with possession of CDS (marijuana) and possession of drug paraphernalia before being released to her sister.

 

5/15 (4:24 pm) A pedestrian stop on N. Filmore Street at Morris conducted by Inv. Tim Ryder and Det. Keith O’Donnell resulted in the arrest of John Mountes (49), a resident of the 500 block of Morris Street.  He was arrested for hindering apprehension after he supplied the officers with his brother’s name and date of birth.  Subsequently, he was found in possession of CDS.  Mountes was charged with hindering apprehension and possession of CDS (crack cocaine) before being released.

 

5/16 (10:03 am) A car stop on Broadway at Burlington Street conducted by Det. Joe Hopkins resulted in the arrest of Robert C. Hunter (45), a resident of the 300 block of N. Broadway.  He was arrested on warrants from Gloucester City and Audubon and additionally charged with driving on a suspended license.  He was later released on bail.

 

5/16 (11:00 am) Ottis B. Jackson (26), a resident of the 100 block of N. King Street, was arrested by DSgt. Carl DePoder on a warrant from Gloucester City.  He was later released on bail.

 

5/16 (11:50 am) Alissa R. Gerber (21), a resident of Barrington, was arrested in the 400 block of Bergen Street by Det. Joe Hopkins on a warrant from Gloucester City.  She was lodged in Camden County Jail.

 

5/16 (2:01 pm) Elizabeth A. Dieterich (38), a resident of the unit block of N. Burlington Street, was arrested on Bergen Street at N. Burlington by DSgt. Carl DePoder on a warrant from Camden County.  She was lodged in Camden County Jail.

 

5/16 (2:50 pm) A car stop on Essex Street at Collings Avenue conducted by Det. Joe Hopkins and DSgt. Carl DePoder resulted in the arrest of Pamela M. Ward (53), a resident of the 800 block of Monmouth Street.  She was arrested on a warrant from Camden County and additionally charged with possession of CDS (heroin and crack cocaine) and possession of drug paraphernalia.  She was lodged in Camden County Jail.

 

5/16 (3:02 pm) A pedestrian stop on Broadway at King Street conducted by Det. Keith O’Donnell resulted in the arrest of Deyon Brown (19), a resident of Camden.  He was arrested for hindering apprehension after supplying the detective with a false name.  He was also found to have a warrant from Camden City.  He was charged with hindering apprehension and later released on bail.

 

5/16 (3:08 pm) David A. Klawitter (34), a resident of the 900 block of Jersey Avenue, was arrested on Broadway at King Street by Sgt. Ken Iepson on warrants from Camden City.  He was later released on bail.

 

5/16 (5:34 pm) Ptl. Brittany Pollander was called to Rt. 130 at Klemm Avenue for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

5/16 (9:41 pm) Ptl. Bob Saunders III was called to Rt. 130 at Market Street for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

5/17 (2:56 pm) Danielle M. Smuzinsky (28), a resident of the 300 block of N. Burlington Street, was arrested on Broadway at King Street by Ptl. Sean Saunders on a warrant from Camden City.  She was later released on bail.

In addition, officers made (45) traffic stops, (214) property/business checks and (11) school visits.  Officers made (20) arrests, responded to (13) domestic disputes, impounded (1) abandoned vehicle and managed (351) calls for service between May 10th and May 17th.

CNB NOTE: THOSE CHARGED ARE PRESUMED INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN OTHERWISE

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