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GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (APRIL 19, 2019)- A number of unlocked cars in Gloucester City
were broken into on several different occasions between April 13 and April 18. Two

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teenage suspects were arrested in the unit block of North Stinson after fleeing nearby Brooklawn.

According to police, on April 17 (8:00 am) Officers received reports of eight burglaries of unlocked vehicles sometime during the early morning hours.  The burglaries occurred in the 300 block of Sylvan Ave., the 200 block of Greenwood Ave, Barnard Ave., and N. Stinson Ave.  Loose change and personal items were reported stolen.  Surveillance video was obtained and further investigation led to the arrests of two suspects.  At approximately 3:01 am on April 19 Brooklawn Police were dispatched to a residence in the 200 block of 4th. St. in Brooklawn for two suspicious males in the resident’s yard.  Upon arrival, one male was taken into custody and the other fled on foot.  The fleeing male was eventually captured in a rear yard on N. Stinson Ave. in Gloucester City.  Both suspects were positively identified from the surveillance videos and admitted to detectives that they committed the eight vehicle burglaries in Gloucester City.  A (16) year old male from the 200 block of Warren St. and a (15) year old male from Brooklawn were each charged with multiple counts of burglary and theft.  Additional charges are pending. 

On April 14 (12:22 pm) four residents from Yale Avenue reported sometime during the early morning hours, their unlocked vehicles were burglarized.  Loose change and personal items were reported stolen.  Video surveillance was obtained and further investigation by Det. Keith O’Donnell resulted in the arrest of the suspect on 4/18/19.  Steven L. Carr (27), a resident of the 200 block of Orlando Ave. was charged two counts of burglary and theft.  No charges have been signed at this time for the other two burglaries, as the investigation is still ongoing.  Carr was lodged in Camden County Jail.

4/18 (5:57 am) A resident of the 1400 block of Chestnut Ave. reported sometime overnight, her vehicle was stolen from her driveway.  The resident reported the vehicle was left unlocked and the key was left in the vehicle.  The investigation is ongoing.

4/18 (4:41 pm) A resident of the 1400 block of Chestnut Ave. reported two of his unlocked vehicles were burglarized sometime overnight.  Loose change and personal items were reported stolen.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

In other matters,

4/13 (10:24 am) Ofc. Johanna James was called to Broadway at Essex St. for a crash involving a tractor trailer that struck the traffic light.  No injuries were reported.

 

4/13 (9:06 pm) While on patrol, Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo observed a female in the 500 block of Monmouth St. smoking a cigarette, in violation of the city ordinance.  While speaking with the female, it was discovered she was a fugitive from justice wanted in Camden County and had several warrants for her arrest from Gloucester City and Winslow Twp.  Tiffany L. Treadway (30), a resident of Camden, was arrested and additionally charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.  She was lodged in Camden County Jail.

 

4/14 (12:02 am) A resident of Cedarwood Ave. reported sometime during the previous day, her residence was burglarized.  A television and jewelry were reported stolen and the investigation is ongoing.

 

4/15 (1:56 pm) Cpl. Bill Johnson was called to Division St. at 8th. St. for a crash involving a tractor trailer striking parked vehicle.  No injuries were reported.

 

4/16 (9:23 pm) A traffic stop on Broadway at King St. conducted by Inv. Tim Ryder and Det. Keith O’Donnell resulted with the arrest of Sheri K. Henning (52), a resident of Camden.  She was arrested and charged with hindering apprehension by supplying false information as well as possession of drug paraphernalia. She was later released.

 

4/16 (9:43 pm) A traffic stop on Brown St. at Essex St. conducted by Ptl. Sean Saunders and Ptl. George Spingler resulted with the arrest Jesse J. Irizarry (19), a resident of Camden.  He was charged with possession of CDS (synthetic marijuana) and later released.

 

4/17 (8:32 am) Ofc. Johanna James was called to Somerset St. at Champion Road for a crash involving two vehicles.  No injuries were reported.

 

4/17 (5:15 pm) While on patrol, Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo observed a male sitting at the bus stop on Broadway at Market St. consume a bottle of liquor and throw the bottle on the ground.  The (65) year old homeless male was charged with drinking in public and littering.  He was transported to an area hospital for treatment.

 

 

4/18 (6:27 am) Sgt. Jim Little was called to the 800 block of Monmouth St. for a crash involving a parked vehicle.  No injuries were reported.

 

4/18 (2:50 pm) Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo were called to Rt. 130 at Klemm Ave. for a crash involving two vehicles and a traffic light was struck.  No injuries were reported.

 

 

4/18 (4:47 pm) A resident of the 300 block of S. Broadway reported she left he cell phone and wallet on her front step as she was carrying items into her residence.  When she returned to the step, she found they had been stolen.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

4/18 (6:53 pm) While on patrol, Ptl. Blaise O’Donnell and K9 Demo observed a male sitting on the bench at the war memorial on Broadway at Monmouth St. drinking beer.  The (65) year old homeless male was charged with drinking in public and released from the scene.

 

4/18 (6:22 pm) A resident of Goldy Drive reported sometime during the day, his parked vehicle was struck by another vehicle, that left the scene.  The investigation is ongoing.

 

4/18 (7:59 pm) Ptl. Will DeFoney was called to King St. at Cumberland St. for a crash involving one vehicle and a sign.  No injuries were reported.

 

 

In addition, officers made (56) traffic stops and (237) property/business checks.  Officers made (9) arrests, responded to (20) domestic disputes, (52) medical assists, impounded (3) abandoned vehicles and managed (421) calls for service between April 12th. and April 18th.

 

published gloucestercitynews.net | April 19, 2019

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