Week in Review: Busy Week for Police
Gloucester Twp. Police kept busy with a suspicious man talking to teens, a missing mill stone, a water search and more. Plus, off-track better could come to town and a teen shepherds VIPs for Obama's inauguration.
What do you think about off-track betting possibly coming to town? "It looks like they're very serious about coming here," the town’s business administrator says. "We welcome them."
A man attempted to engage two teens, separately, in conversations in a parking lot. Police hope to track him down.
Mikhel Harrison will help usher in President Obama’s second term in Washington, DC, today.
Officers took to the water in pursuit of a home break-in suspect.
If cameras are for safety, not revenue, then towns shouldn’t get the ticket money generated from them, says one politician. Not so fast, says a Gloucester Township official.
Timber Creek and Highland wrestlers brought everything they had to the mats—find out who came out on top.
Police have had such luck with posting videos of suspects on social media that the accused are turning themselves in now.
Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and even if you’re off from school or work, you can still make it a “day on,” says our columnist.
Thomas Eden Jr. admitted to a prescription drug charge and agreed to give up his police job immediately as part of the plea.
The missing stone is 100 pounds, and police don’t believe this was a mere act of mischief.
These are just a few of the many stories Gloucester Township Patch brought you last week. Scroll through our news archives for the full list.
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