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K-9 Units Locate Armed Suspect Hiding in Woods Behind South Harley Avenue in Gloucester City

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GLOUCESTER CITY NJ (July 6, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--Gloucester City Police were called to the railroad trestle that separates Gloucester City from Brooklawn on Monday morning, July 2 to assist a CSX Police K9 unit who had stopped a male, allegedly armed with a knife. 

Upon arrival at the trestle at 11:41AM, according to the police, the CSX officer reported the male threatened to hurt him and then fled into the woods.  The CSX officer conducted a track with his K9, along with Ptl. Doug Ziegler and Greg Coxe.  The K9 located the male in the woods behind S. Harley Avenue.  The male was holding his left hand in his rear pants pocket and refused officers commands to show his hands and get down on the ground.  The male continued to disregard officer’s commands and walked towards the officers with his hand still in his pocket.  The male was sprayed with pepper spray, at which time he removed his hand from his pocked and dropped a railroad spike to the ground. 

He was arrested without further incident.  Donald J. Canning III (51), a resident of the 800 block of Jersey Avenue, was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of a weapon, resisting arrest and defiant trespass.  He was later released, as per bail reform guidelines.

In other matters, 

6/29 (8:42 am) Captain Mike Morrell responded to Nicholson Road at Princeton Avenue for a reported crash involving one vehicle.  Further investigation resulted with the arrest of the driver, Asia M. Adams (36), a resident of Camden.  She was arrested and charged with obstruction of justice, resisting arrest, driving on a suspended license and numerous traffic offenses.  She was later released.

 

6/29 (3:30 pm) A traffic stop on Johnson Blvd. at Essex Street conducted by Ptl. Shea O’Donnell and Sean Saunders resulted with the arrest of Leslie A. Mann (56), a resident of Deptford Twp.  He was arrested on warrants from Camden City and later released on bail.

 

6/29 (6:36 pm) Ptl. Sean Gartland was called to Rt. 130 at Klemm Avenue for a crash involving three vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

6/30 (1:22 am) A resident of the 200 block of Bergen Street reported her doorbell was ripped from the door frame of her residence.   The investigation is ongoing.

 

6/30 (3:53 am) Jaheem O. Corbett (27), a resident of Camden, was arrested on Jersey Avenue at King Street by Ptl. Sean Gartland on a warrant from Lawrenceville.  He was later released on bail.

 

6/30 (9:36 am) Ptl. Don Fager III was called to Johnson Blvd. at Paul Street for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

6/20 (2:02 pm) Ptl. Barb Kane was called to Rt. 130 at Market Street for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

6/30 (2:58 pm) A resident of the 200 block of S. Broadway reported sometime during the previous evening, unknown person(s) attempted to gain entrance to her apartment.  The lock was tampered with and the door frame was damaged.  Entry was not gained and the investigation is ongoing.

 

6/30 (11:34 pm) Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz were called to Rt. 130 at Market Street for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

6/30 (11:55 pm) A resident of the 400 block of Powell Street reported sometime between 5:47 pm and the time of the report, a delivered package was stolen from his front porch.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

7/1 (4:35 am) A traffic stop on Railroad Avenue at Morris Street conducted by Ptl. Ben McKinney resulted with the arrest of the driver, Deshawn J. Lowman (23), a resident of Delaware.  He was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated, refusal to submit to breath testing and several other traffic offenses.  He was later released to his mother.

 

7/1 (3:30 pm) Ptl. Don Fager III responded to the Dollar General on S. Broadway for a reported shoplifting.  Upon arrival, the suspect was no longer on location.  The suspect was described as a chunky, white female with light hair.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

 

 

&/2 (8:08 pm) Ptl. Shea O’Donnell responded to a vacant residence in the 800 block of Market Street for a reported found burglary.  Upon arrival, it appeared the residence was entered through a first floor window.  No suspects were located inside and the residence was secured.

 

7/3 (12:00 pm) Ptl. Barb Kane was called to Broadway at Market Street for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

7/3 (4:37 pm) Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo responded to a residence in the 900 block of Cherry Street for a report of a male entering a shed in the rear yard.  Further investigation resulted with the arrest of Anthony J. Laino III (27), a resident of Glassboro.  He was charged with defiant trespass and possession of a hypodermic syringe before being released.

 

7/3 (7:53 pm) Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo responded to a residence in the 800 block of Cherry Street for a report of a burglary to a camper.  While investigating the burglary, Inv. Tim Ryder located Anthony J. Laino III, who had been released from custody earlier, walking on Jersey Avenue at 9th. Street.  Laino was in possession of a back-up camera, which the victim reported stolen from his camper.  Laino was arrested again and charged with receiving stolen property.  He was later released.

 

7/3 (8:39 pm) Ptl. Brittany Pollander responded to a residence on Annwood Avenue for a reported burglary.  Personal property was stolen from the residence and the investigation is ongoing.

 

7/4 (1:20 pm) Brian R. Godshalk (30), a resident of the 500 block of Bergen Street, was arrested on Broadway at Jersey Avenue by Ptl. Shea O’Donnell and Sean Saunders due to the fact he was a fugitive from justice wanted by the Camden County Sheriff’s Office.  He was lodged in Camden County Jail.

 

7/4 (6:12 pm) Ptl. Mike Calzonetti and K9 Blitz responded to a residence on Ashwood Avenue for a reported burglary.  Personal property was reported stolen and the investigation is ongoing.

 

7/5 (2:05 am) Ptl. Ben McKinney was called to Klemm Avenue at Park for a report of a vehicle stuck on the railroad tracks.  Further investigation resulted with the arrest of the driver, Malarie T. Accardo (28), a resident of Sicklerville.  She was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated (.19% b.a.c.) and careless driving.  She was later released to a friend.

 

7/5 (4:44 am) Ptl. Sean Gartland responded to Railroad Avenue at Morris Street for a report of a vehicle stuck on the railroad tracks.  Further investigation resulted with the arrest of the driver, Adrianna T. Winston (20), a resident of Philadelphia.  She was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated-underage (.14% b.a.c.) and careless driving.  She was later released to a relative.

 

7/5 (6:17 pm) Ptl. Sean Saunders and Shea O’Donnell responded to the area of Rosalind Avenue at Park for a report of a juvenile male placing objects in the tailpipe of a parked vehicle.  Upon arrival, a suspect was located and further investigation resulted with the 13 year old male resident of the 900 block of Bergen Street being taken into custody.  The male was scheduled for station house adjustment and released to his father.

 

7/5 (7:37 pm) A traffic stop on I-76 east at exit 1C conducted by Inv. Tim Ryder resulted with the arrest of the following individuals:  Scott H. Leone (32), a resident of Blackwood, was found to be a fugitive from justice wanted by the Camden County Sheriff’s Office.  He was additionally charged with possession of CDS (heroin) before being lodged in Camden County Jail.  Amanda M. Bulger (23), a resident of Williamstown, was arrested on warrants from Monroe Twp.  She was additionally charged with possession of CSD (heroin) and driving without a license before being turned over to Monroe Twp. Police.

 

 

In addition, officers made (25) traffic stops and (150) property/business checks.  Officers made (12) arrests, responded to (15) domestic disputes, impounded (5) abandoned vehicles and managed (274) calls for service between June 29th. and July 5th.

 

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