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West Deptford Police Investigating Several Vehicle Thefts

 Crime Log from March 15 to April 5, 2019

WEST DEPTFORD, NJ --West Deptford Police are investigating the theft of a tanker truck from a business on Crown Point Road on March 30. The value of the vehicle is  $3,000. Screen Shot 2019-04-22 at 12.25.45


In other matters police report on 3.18.2019, a resident of McKinley Avenue reported their vehicle stolen. Same was later recovered in Camden City and returned to the owner. The investigation is ongoing.

On 3.19.2019, a resident of Washington Avenue reported their vehicle stolen. The vehicle was left unlocked with the keys inside.

On 3.20.2019, a resident of Buckingham Drive reported the theft of a ladder from their garage. The ladder was valued at $100.

On 3.22.2019, a resident of Tampico Terrace reported an unknown actor withdrew $300 from her bank account through the “Zelle” app. Additional withdraw attempts were made but were rejected by her bank.

On 3.22.2019, a resident of Redwood Drive reported a theft of a motor vehicle from their driveway. The resident further reported the sheds in his backyard were also burglarized and numerous lawn care tools valued at approximately $199 were stolen.

On 3.23.2019, patrols took a report of criminal mischief at the Colonial Manor United Methodist Church. The caller advised several windows to the church were broken by unknown suspect(s).

On 3.24.2019, a resident of Lynn Avenue reported an unknown suspect opened a credit card in his name, which was then utilized to make over $25,000 in unauthorized purchases.
On 3.27.2019, a business on Red Bank Avenue reported juveniles had shoplifted two vape pens valued at $20.

On 3.29.2019, a resident of Second Street reported her residence was burglarized between 0730 and 2030 hours.

 

On 3.30.3019, a resident of Simpson Avenue in National Park reported the theft of their rear license plate, while their vehicle was parked at JFK Field.

On 3.31.2019, residents of Lawnton Avenue reported two vehicles stolen from in front of their residence.

On 4.01.2019, a business on Route 45 reported a shoplifting of two phone chargers, valued at $15. The suspects were described as a white male and white female, wearing dark colored hooded sweatshirts and dark colored winter hats.

On 4.04.2019, a resident of Deptford Township reported a female acquaintance stole his vehicle from the Wawa while he was inside. The vehicle was later recovered in Woodlynne and the female was arrested and charged accordingly.

Arrests:

On 3.15.2019, Eric Bortner, 31, of West Deptford and Anthony Nestore, 36, of Sicklerville were arrested on Red Bank Avenue. Bortner was charged with possession of CDS (Heroin), possession of a hypodermic syringe and failure to surrender CDS to law enforcement. He was processed and released, pending further court action. Nestore was charged with possession of CDS (Heroin), possession of a hypodermic syringe, possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to surrender CDS to law enforcement. He was processed and released, pending further court action.

On 3.16.2019, Michael Johnson, 28, of National Park was arrested on Simpson Avenue. He was charged with obstructing the administration of law and was released, pending further court action.

On 3.19.2019, Jashon Brown, 23, of West Deptford was arrested on Interstate 295. He was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was lodged in Salem County Correctional Facility, pending court.

On 3.19.2019, Faheem Glover, 21, of Upper Darby, Pennsylvania was arrested on Friars Blvd after he was found to be a fugitive from justice. He was processed and lodged in the Salem County Correctional Facility, pending court.

On 3.20.2019, Lisa Brosius, 50, of Brigantine was arrested on Crown Point Road. She was charged with having an open container of alcohol in her vehicle and was released at the scene, pending further court action.

On 3.22.2019, Rebecca Riley, 47, of West Deptford was arrested on Asbury Avenue. She was charged with simple assault and was released, pending further court action.

On 3.23.2019, James Grogan, 60, of West Deptford was arrested on Lesher Avenue. He was charged with simple assault and was released, pending court action.

On 3.24.2019, Kendrick Jackson, 31, of National Park was arrested on Simpson Avenue. He was charged with defiant trespassing and was found to have several outstanding warrants. He was lodged in the Salem County Correctional Facility, pending court.

On 3.24.2019, Joshua Williams, 30, of Sicklerville was arrested on Lakehurst Avenue in National Park. He was charged with hindering apprehension and was released, pending further court action.

On 3.25.2019, Rasheed Ali Sr., 26, Timothy Clemons, 19, Jabarr Williams, 29 and Anthony Wright Jr., 27, all of Philadelphia were arrested on Route 45. They were charged with possession of marijuana and were released, pending further court action.

On 3.26.2019, Nadia Riggio, 26, of Newark DE was arrested on Crown Point Road. She was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was released, pending further court action.

On 3.27.2019, Kulsimran Singh, 25 of National Park was arrested on Red Bank Avenue. He was charged with possession of marijuana and failure to surrender CDS (Marijuana) to law enforcement. He was released, pending further court action.

On 3.28.2019, Danielle Inverso, 19, of West Deptford was arrested on Crown Point Road. She was charged with possession of marijuana and was released, pending further court action.

On 3.28.2019, Malik Dawkins, 26, of Pennsauken was arrested on Interstate 295. He was charged with possession of marijuana and failure to surrender CDS to law enforcement. He was released, pending further court action.

On 3.29.2019, William Goldman, 59, of Paulsboro and Tina Wells, 43, of Paulsboro were arrested on Crown Point Road. Goldman was found to have active warrants and was charged with possession of CDS (heroin) and possession of drug paraphernalia. Wells was also found to have active warrants and was charged with hindering apprehension, possession of CDS (heroin) and possession of drug paraphernalia. Both were lodged in Salem County Correctional Facility, pending court.

On 3.29.2019, Darryl Beverly, 19, of Paulsboro and Najah Davis, 20, of Woodbury were arrested on Red Bank Avenue. Beverly was charged with possession of marijuana and was released, pending further court action. Davis was charged with possession of marijuana, tampering with evidence and hindering apprehension. He was released, pending further court action.

On 3.30.2019, James Nixon, 58, of West Deptford was charged with maintaining a nuisance. He was served a complaint summons and released, pending further court action.

On 3.31.2019, Annie Ayze, 29, of Haddon Heights was arrested on Riverwinds Drive. She was charged with possession of marijuana and failure to surrender CDs to law enforcement. She was released, pending further court action.

On 4.01.2019, Shymeke Shorter, 34, of Carneys Point was arrested on Grove Road. He was found to have active warrants and was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. He was released, pending further court action.

On 4.02.2019, Daniel Zane, 28, of Woodstown was arrested on Hessian Avenue. He was charged with possession of CDS (heroin and prescription pills) and possession of a hypodermic syringe. He was released, pending further court action.

Other Incidents:
On 3.18.2019, a resident of McKinley Avenue reported their vehicle stolen. Same was later recovered in Camden City and returned to the owner. The investigation is ongoing.

On 3.19.2019, a resident of Washington Avenue reported their vehicle stolen. The vehicle was left unlocked with the keys inside.

On 3.20.2019, a resident of Buckingham Drive reported the theft of a ladder from their garage. The ladder was valued at $100.

On 3.22.2019, a resident of Tampico Terrace reported an unknown actor withdrew $300 from her bank account through the “Zelle” app. Additional withdraw attempts were made but were rejected by her bank.

On 3.22.2019, a resident of Redwood Drive reported a theft of a motor vehicle from their driveway. The resident further reported the sheds in his backyard were also burglarized and numerous lawn care tools valued at approximately $199 were stolen.

On 3.23.2019, patrols took a report of criminal mischief at the Colonial Manor United Methodist Church. The caller advised several windows to the church were broken by unknown suspect(s).

On 3.24.2019, a resident of Lynn Avenue reported an unknown suspect opened a credit card in his name, which was then utilized to make over $25,000 in unauthorized purchases.
On 3.27.2019, a business on Red Bank Avenue reported juveniles had shoplifted two vape pens valued at $20.

On 3.29.2019, a resident of Second Street reported her residence was burglarized between 0730 and 2030 hours.

On 3.30.2019, a business on Crown Point Road reported a theft of a tanker trailer valued at $3000. The investigation is ongoing.

On 3.30.3019, a resident of Simpson Avenue in National Park reported the theft of their rear license plate, while their vehicle was parked at JFK Field.

On 3.31.2019, residents of Lawnton Avenue reported two vehicles stolen from in front of their residence.

On 4.01.2019, a business on Route 45 reported a shoplifting of two phone chargers, valued at $15. The suspects were described as a white male and white female, wearing dark colored hooded sweatshirts and dark colored winter hats.

On 4.04.2019, a resident of Deptford Township reported a female acquaintance stole his vehicle from the Wawa while he was inside. The vehicle was later recovered in Woodlynne and the female was arrested and charged accordingly.

published gloucestercitynews.net | April 23, 2019

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