Thursday, August 9, 2012
Gloucester Township Police have charged a Williamstown teen with 13 car burglaries in late July.
Gloucester Township Police issued the following statement Thursday regarding the arrest of a Williamstown teen in connection with more than a dozen car burglaries in the Sicklerville developments of Wye Oak and Woods Edge: On July 27, 2012, Gloucester Township Police were dispatched to the Wye Oak and Woods Edge developments for several reported vehicle burglaries that occurred sometime between midnight and 5 a.m., from vehicles that were left unlocked. There were no suspects at the time of the initial reports. The Gloucester Township Police Investigations Bureau recently received information that an item stolen from one of the vehicles was located at a pawn shop in a nearby county. Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Unit …
Friday, July 20, 2012
Police on Thursday announced the arrest of a 17-year-old boy in a July 5 residential burglary in the township's Sicklerville section.
Police have charged a 17-year-old township resident with burglarizing a home in Sicklerville's Wye Oak development and stealing electronics and containers of coins earlier this month. The burglary, which was reported to police on July 6, occurred on Aberdeen Drive sometime between 8 and 9:15 p.m. July 5. It was discovered the burglar entered the home by breaking out glass to a rear door to the home with a rock, according to police. Shortly after the burglary, a shopper at a nearby Winslow Township supermarket reported to Winslow police that he observed juveniles acting suspiciously in the store, according to Gloucester Township Police Det. Sgt. James Schriver. That information was passed along to Gloucester Township investigators, and a …
Thursday, June 21, 2012
The incident occurred June 3 on Hampshire Road.
A Lindenwold man charged with attempted murder in connection with an incident in which he allegedly fired a gun at several people on Hampshire Road, in the township's Erial section, earlier this month was arrested Thursday in North Jersey. Gloucester Township Police Department received a report of gunfire at 58 Hampshire Rd. at 7:10 p.m. on Sunday, June 3. Arriving officers found evidence a gun had been fired in the Brittany Woods development, including bullet strikes to the Hampshire Road home, but no one had been shot or otherwise injured, according to Deputy Chief David Harkins. Detectives identified Danilo Leonen, 21, of Laurel Hill Apartments, Lindenwold, as the shooter following a comprehensive investigation that included interviews …
Sunday, June 10, 2012
Deena Cortese disrupted traffic, police say.
A cast member of the Jersey Shore show was arrested this afternoon in Seaside Heights after a police officer saw her appearing intoxicated and disrupting the flow of traffic, Detective Steven Korman said. Deena Cortese, 25, of New Egypt, was charged with disorderly conduct after the 3:48 p.m. incident, he said. Cortese and some other Jersey Shore cast members were in Spicy's Mexican Cantina at 500 Boardwalk near the intersection of Sumner Avenue and Ocean Terrace before the incident occurred, he said. Cortese went outside and started dancing in the middle of the street, disrupting the flow of traffic, he said. "Patrolman Chris Linnell placed her under arrest," Korman said. "Traffic was building up and the officer had to act, obviously."
Thursday, January 12, 2012
The two men were arrested early Thursday during a burglary on Evesham Road in Runnemede.
Thursday, January 5, 2012
Police arrested the man following a brief foot chase at La Cascata Wednesday evening.
Police say a man wanted on outstanding warrants was in possession of 10 bags of cocaine when officers caught up to him following a brief foot chase at La Cascata Wednesday evening. Members of the Gloucester Township Police Department's Operations Response Unit were conducting proactive patrols at the Kelly Drivers Lane townhouse community when they observed 30-year-old Ahmad Miller pull up in front of his home in a green Plymouth minivan around 5:40 p.m. Knowing Miller was wanted on warrants, Patrolmen Ed O'Lano and Thomas Wynne approached the 30-year-old La Cascata resident, who proceeded to run through a courtyard and several buildings toward the 7-Eleven store on Blackwood Clementon Road, Lt. Jason Gittens said. Miller resisted the …
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Police say a Blackwood resident called in a burglary in progress, resulting in a quick arrest.
Police say a resident's vigilance helped them quickly arrest a man now accused of breaking into a Blackwood home and stealing roughly $2,000 worth of jewelry last week. The suspect has also been charged in connection with a residential burglary in the same neighborhood, where he also lives, in April. Shortly before 3 p.m. last Thursday, police received a report of suspicious activity on Juniper Court, in the Foxboro subdivision, according to Gloucester Township Police Deputy Chief David Harkins. The caller reported they saw a suspicious male in their neighbors' backyard. Police who responded to the Juniper Court home found it had been burglarized. They also found 18-year-old Gerald Weldon, of Cherry Circle, about two blocks away from the …
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
The 26-year-old woman was arrested on DUI and endangering a minor charges Tuesday evening.
A 26-year-old Winslow Township woman was charged Tuesday with endangering the welfare of a minor after police say she was found to be under the influence of drugs while driving with her infant. Police received a tip of an erratic driver on Erial Road at 5:24 p.m. Tuesday. The tipster continued to follow the suspect vehicle while communicating with police, indicating the driver, who was traveling south toward Berlin Cross Keys Road, had swerved into oncoming traffic and disregarded traffic signals. Once stopped by Gloucester Township Police on Berlin Cross Keys Road, the driver, Danielle L. Antonelli, of Chews Landing Road, failed field sobriety tests and was placed under arrest, according to Lt. Robert Stavola. Antonelli was charged with …
Saturday, October 15, 2011
Police arrested the 29-year-old man shortly after the Friday afternoon robbery in Blackwood.
Police have charged a Blackwood man with robbing the Rite Aid at the Black Horse Pike and Church Street Friday afternoon. Officers were dispatched to the Blackwood drugstore at about 2:30 p.m. on a report of a robbery there. The victim told police the suspect approached him, told him he was armed with a weapon and to give him all the money, according to Gloucester Township Police Sgt. James Garber. The victim provided police with a description of the robber, who had fled with $600 in robbery proceeds, according to police. Ptl. John McHugh spotted a male fitting the robbery suspect's description on the Black Horse Pike, just a few blocks from Rite Aid. McHugh noted he had seen the same individual near the drugstore earlier in the day, …