Friday, April 26, 2013
Daytime burglaries at two Haddon Township homes resulting in several thousand dollars of jewelry stolen, police report.
A "large amount of jewelry" was reported stolen from a home in the 200 block of Norwood Ave. in Haddon Township on Monday. Police believe someone cut a screen and climbed through an unlocked window to enter the home. Officials say a four-door, red vehicle with two men in it was seen in the area during the weekday-morning burglary. "Several-thousand-dollars" worth of jewelry was also reported stolen Monday from a home in the 1100 block of Mansion Ave., police said. The master bedroom was targeted. No forced entry was immediately reported. Officials say the incident happened between 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please contact Haddon Township detectives at 856-854-1176 x4171 or the anonymous tip-line at 856-854-1176 x4TIP (4847) with any information …
Saturday, November 24, 2012
Police also reported three burglaries, two thefts and vandalism.
A flag bandit has struck again. A 3-by-5-foot American flag was reported stolen from a home in the 300 block of Kings Highway West on Nov. 17. More than a dozen similar thefts have been reported over the last month in Haddonfield. In other police reports: A wooden sign was reported stolen from a home in the 100 block of Glenwood Road on Nov. 11. The brown and white, front yard sign, shaped like a cow, said "Haddon Farms, Est. 1852." A resident returned to a Longwood Circle home on Tuesday, Nov. 20 to find it had been burglarized. The owner found a broken rear door window pane and items missing including medication, a sterling silver teapot and sterling silver bowl. A man in the 600 block of Farragut Ave. awoke from an afternoon nap to find…
Saturday, October 6, 2012
Laptops and iPads were especially popular with thieves this week. Six were reported stolen.
Haddonfield police this week reported 10 incidents of burglary and thefts. Most occurred last weekend. Here are the details:
Friday, August 31, 2012
Police respond to five auto burglaries reported on the same day and a sixth the day before.
Haddonfield Police had their hands full last weekend with nine incidents, including six car burglaries, two acts of vandalism and a DWI arrest in a 34-hour period. Seven of the incidents were reported on Sunday, Aug. 26, one the day before and one the day after. Here are the details: On Aug. 26, these incidents were reported: On Aug. 25: Incidents and arrest reports come directly from Haddonfield Police. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
Friday, August 17, 2012
Clifton Curtis Thornton, out of prison just one year, admits to burglarizing several Haddonfield homes, police say.
A convicted burglar allegedly picked an unfortunately familiar way to celebrate his one-year release date from jail. Clifton Curtis Thornton, 27, of North Main Street in Williamstown, was arrested this week on charges of breaking into a Redman Avenue home. After his capture, Thornton—who reportedly took the time during the break-in to wave to the homeowner—confessed to a burglary spree in town, Haddonfield Police said. The homeowner called police at 9:30 a.m. Aug. 13 to report a man in the backyard who had entered a rear porch. The suspect was trying to enter the home through a locked back door when he spotted the homeowner—on the phone with emergency dispatch—and waved, before fleeing on a bicycle. Haddonfield, Haddon Township, …
Saturday, August 4, 2012
Haddonfield Police report seven incidents of theft and burglary.
Haddonfield police this week reported seven incidents of burglaries and theft, most in the Lizzie Haddon section of the borough, west of Kings Highway. Three of the incidents were reported on Wednesday. In other reports:
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Many of the break-ins were by forced entry.
Haddonfield was hit with 20 burglaries, two thefts and a stolen vehicle over 26 days in February, according to police reports. Most of the burglaries were forced entry, with doors kicked in and windows broken. One of the most outrageous incidents includes a Toyota Land Cruiser that was swiped while idling in front of a home in the 100 block of Jefferson Ave. on Feb. 17. The woman who owned the SUV saw it pull away and started yelling to the alleged thief to stop, which, surprisingly, he did about 100 feet from the home. He got out and jumped in to a waiting gray SUV and sped away. He was not caught. Five car burglaries and a home break-in were reported on Feb. 8 and 9. Five of the six incidents occurred on Feb. 8 along the 200 block of …
Monday, August 22, 2011
Six of the thefts were on Rhodes Avenue.
Rhoads Avenue was the site of six overnight car burglaries reported the morning of Tuesday, August 16. The vehicles were unlocked and parked in their owners’ driveways. None of the vehicles showed any signs of forced entry. The vehicles that were burglarized include: Also on Rhoads Avenue, the owner of a doorless, green, 1997 Jeep wrangler discovered that its glove box had been rifled through with nothing taken. A black, Honda Odyssey was also entered with nothing removed. Five additional car burglaries was reported throughout the borough on the morning of Monday, August 15. In nearly every case, the vehicle was unlocked and parked in its owner’s driveway. The suspects made off with nearly $1,000 in stolen property and cash. 11 a.m. In the…