GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (October 26, 2022)--Members of the Gloucester City Police Department executed a search warrant on Friday, October 14 at 0500 hours the in the 300 unit block of Third Street after an investigation into the distribution of illegal narcotics. Located inside were considerable quantities of crack cocaine and heroin, as well as, packaging material for distribution purposes. The suspect, Tyson Davenport (34) of that residence was charged with the Distribution of CDS and related offenses.
In other matters;
October 14 at 0019 a resident of the 200 block of Hudson Street reported unknown suspect(s)
broke both windows on the driver's side of his vehicle.
October 14 at 0856 a resident of the 400 block of Market Street called and asked an officer to stop out at her residence to yell at her fiancée for being mean to her. The caller alleged no further
wrongdoing and decided that she'd wait for him to wake up and give him an opportunity to
apologize for his behavior.
October 15 at 1051 an officer observed a female walking in the middle of Market Street near 6th
Street-wheeling a large speaker and playing AC/DC at full volume. The female refused to tum
down the music or move out of the street and was subsequently placed under arrest. Queen
Davis (42) of Market Street was charged with Disorderly Conduct.
October 15 at 1138 officers removed a female from the Gloucester City Marina after she was
arguing and attempting to fight several people in the area. She was escorted home.
October 15 at 2052 a male victim reported he was punched in the face by an unknown female after his dog bit her on the hand. The male refused to cooperate or listen to officers explain the
complaint process and went on his way.
October 16 at 1712 an officer responded to the area of Lehigh and Princeton for a male walking in the street causing a disturbance. The male was intoxicated, yelling and initially refused the
officer's command to stop and speak with him Philip Sebastian (58) of N. Brown Street was
arrested and charged with Disorderly Conduct.
October 17 at 1730 officers responded to the Budget Inn for a stolen vehicle report. The caller
stated he and his friend had partied in Philadelphia the night before and stayed overnight at the
Budget Inn. Sometime in the morning, his friend asked to use the car to go buy coffee, which the
caller allowed. His friend took the vehicle and never returned.
October 19 at 1448 officers recovered a stolen vehicle in the area of Railroad Ave and Little
Somerset Street had been reported stolen during a carjacking in Philadelphia.
October 19 at 1730 hours, Gola called police headquarters and asked us to send him $20 and
October 19 at 1834 officers responded to the 200 block of Mercer Street for an assault. The
female victim stated she was inside of her boyfriend's house, waiting for him to get ready for the
gym. The ex-girlfriend, who also resides there, became mad at the situation, attempted to throw
the caller out of the house and then assaulted her. No complaints were signed at this time.
During the period of October 14 through October 20 officers responded to 398 calls for service, 5 domestic violence incidents. S motor vehicle accidents and made 7 arrests. During this time, there were also, 146 parking tickets were issued throughout the city.
EDITOR'S NOTE: THOSE CHARGED ARE PRESUMED INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN OTHERWISE IN A COURT OF LAW.