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Gloucester City Police Capture Heritage's Dairy Store Robber in Camden City Last Thursday

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GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (July 19, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--A resident of Glassboro tried to rob the Heritage's Dairy Store, Broadway and Hudson Street, on Thursday morning, July 12. According to the Gloucester City police, Patrolman Will DeFoney and Patrolwoman Barb Kane responded to the Hertage's Dairy Store at 9:02 AM after receiving a report that a man attempted to steal the store's cash register drawer. 

Upon arrival, it was determined that the male suspect had produced a knife, attempted to grab the cash drawer when an employee had opened it and fled north on Broadway.  A description of the male was broadcast and the male was located a short time later in Camden City.  It was later determined the male had boarded an NJ Transit bus shortly after fleeing from the store and exited the bus on Broadway at Jefferson Avenue in Camden, where he was arrested by DSgt. Carl DePoder and Det. Joe Hopkins.  Matthew S. Sorbello (33), a resident of Glassboro, was charged with robbery, weapons offenses, theft, possession of CDS (heroin) and possession of drug paraphernalia.  He was lodged in Camden County Jail.

In other matters, 

7/12 (8:47 am) A traffic stop on Rt. 130 at Market Street conducted by Sgt. Jim Little resulted with the arrest of Carlos J. Diaz (43), a resident of Camden.  He was arrested on a warrant from the Camden County Sheriff’s Office and additionally charged with possession of hypodermic syringes.  He was lodged in Camden County Jail.

 

 

7/13 (5:27 am) A resident of the 400 block of Monmouth Street reported at 5:00 am he observed a male inside of one of his unlocked vehicles parked in front of his house.  The male fled towards Broadway and when he checked inside the vehicle, personal property was found missing.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

7/13 (2:48 pm) Ptl. Sean Gartland was called to Rt. 130 at Klemm Avenue for a crash involving four vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

7/13 (9:10 pm) Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz responded to Brooklawn to assist Brooklawn Police with a narcotics search of a vehicle.

 

7/13 (9:46 pm) David A. Klawitter (34), a resident Haddon Twp., was arrested on Broadway at Essex Street by Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz on a warrant from Camden City.  He was released on bail.

 

7/13 (11:37 pm) Ptl. Don Fager III was called to the 800 block of Market Street for a crash involving five vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

7/13 (2:05 am) While on patrol, Ptl. George Spingler attempted to stop a bicyclist on Broadway at Cumberland Street for a traffic violation.  The bicyclist fled and was apprehended on Broadway at Market Street, where he was arrested.  Robert L. Fortson (28), a resident of Wenonah, was charged with possession of CDS (heroin and crack cocaine), possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest, along with several traffic violations.  After processing, he was turned over to West Deptford Police on an unrelated warrant.

 

7/14 (3:17 pm) Ptl. John Bryszewski was called to King Street at Essex Street for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

7/14 (10:01 pm) While on patrol, Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz stopped a bicyclist on Collings Avenue near Essex Street for a traffic violation.  During the course of the stop, the bicyclist fled on foot into the wooded area towards Camden City and was unable to be located.  The bicyclist, Robert A. Amme (31), a resident of the 600 block of Ridgeway Street, was charged with resisting arrest, bail jumping and several traffic violations.  At the time of this report, he has not been located.

 

7/15 (3:57 pm) A resident of the 200 block of Mercer Street reported at approximately 1:50 am, her unlocked vehicle was burglarized and personal items were stolen.  Surveillance video of the burglary was obtained and the investigation is ongoing.

 

7/15 (7:26 pm) Wesley A. Alloway (50), a resident of Linden Street, was arrested on King Street at Broadway by Ptl. Don Fager III on a warrant from Gloucester City.  He was additionally charged with possession of CDS (heroin) and lodged in Camden County Jail.

 

7/16 (4:00 pm) A customer at the Budget Inn on Rt. 130 reported his vehicle was stolen from the parking lot.  The Philadelphia resident reported he was staying at the motel with a friend and while he was in the shower, his friend, vehicle and debit card disappeared.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

7/16 (9:36 pm) Brian R. Brangan (33), a resident of Lane Avenue, was arrested on Broadway at Koehler Street by Ptl. Johanna James and Sgt. Ken Iepson on a warrant from Camden City.  He was additionally charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and released on bail.

 

7/16 (11:12 pm) A resident of the 300 block of Cumberland Street reported the driver’s side window of his vehicle was smashed by a rock.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

7/17 (1:07 am) Ptl. Will DeFoney and Ptl. Barb Kane responded to the 100 block of S. Broadway for a reported overdose.  Upon arrival, the (30) year old male resident of Westville was found unconscious, but breathing.  Ptl. DeFoney administered one dose of Naloxone and EMT’s administered two additional doses before the male regained consciousness.  He was transported to an area hospital for treatment.

 

7/17 (1:41 pm) Michael A. Draper (28), a resident of the 300 block of S. Broadway, was arrested on Broadway at Hunter Street by Ptl. Will DeFoney and Ptl. Barb Kane on a warrant from Camden City.  He was additionally charged with possession of hypodermic syringes and released on bail.

 

7/17 (6:44 pm) Shamir A. Goods (28), a resident of Camden, was arrested in the 700 block of Jersey Avenue by Ptl. Will DeFoney and Ptl. Barb Kane on a warrant from the Camden County Sheriff’s Office.  He was lodged in Camden County Jail.

 

7/17 (7:19 pm) A traffic stop on Broadway at Morris Street conducted by Det. Keith O’Donnell resulted with the arrests of the following individuals:  Melissa A. Kille (41), a resident of the 200 block of Essex Street, was charged with possession of CDS (crack cocaine) and possession of drug paraphernalia.  Michelle L. Price (35), a resident of Cherry Hill, was arrested on a warrant from Bellmawr and additionally charged with possession of CDS (heroin) and possession of drug paraphernalia.  Kille was released and Price was released on bail.

 

7/17 (7:51 pm) Ptl. Greg Coxe responded to the 200 block of Hudson Street for a report of drug activity.  Further investigation resulted with the arrest of William J. Dieterich 4th. (36), currently homeless.  He was charged with possession of CDS (synthetic marijuana) and released.

 

7/18 (4:05 pm) Ptl. Johanna James and Sgt. Ken Iepson were called to the 100 block of Monmouth Street for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

7/18 (8:23 pm) Officers responded to the 700 block of Hunter Street for a reported fight.  Marcus J. Moore (26), a resident of Philadelphia, was arrested by Cpl. Bill Lessig and charged with disorderly conduct and possession of CDS (marijuana). He was released.  Also arrested was Anthony T. Welker (21), a resident of Bellmawr.  He was arrested on numerous warrants and lodged in Camden County Jail.

 

7/18 (9:17 pm) A resident of the 300 block of Essex Street reported sometime during the previous several days, his gas grill was stolen from his side yard.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

7/19 (12:22 am) Nathaniel Davis (47), a resident of the 300 block of Monmouth Street, was arrested in the 300 block of Monmouth Street by Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz on a warrant from the Camden County Sheriff’s Office.  He was lodged in Camden County Jail.

 

 

In addition, officers made (43) traffic stops and (144) property/business checks.  Officers made (21) arrests, responded to (7) domestic disputes, impounded (3) abandoned vehicles and managed (267) calls for service between July 12th. and July 18th.

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