Sunday, March 17, 2013
Haddonfield police reported these incidents between Feb. 25 to March 8.
A leaf blower was reported stolen from a home in the 400 block of Euclid Ave. on March 10 at 6:45 p.m. The victim said it was laying on the ground beside the driveway when it was taken. A handbag was taken from an unlocked car in the 800 block of N. Haddon Ave., according to a police report at 12:49 p.m. on March 4. The dark brown shoulder bag contained $20 cash, a drivers license, two ATM cards, a credit card and checks. A burglary of a home in the unit block of W. Summit Ave. was reported at 4:29 p.m. on March 1. A window was unlocked and a screen was damaged. A pair of gold earrings, a silver cross necklace and $2 was reported missing. A man was arrested on Feb. 25 at 10:35 p.m. after a car stop in the borough. The man, who was not …
Saturday, March 16, 2013
Criminal mischief in spades leads Haddonfield police reports.
Umm, a real who done it...or not. Spray painted numbers, "2013," on the sides of three buildings around town, now, what could that be? How about the year the senior class at the high school graduates. Borough police offered no clues as to who may have spray painted the side of a bathroom building at Scout Field, a back exterior wall at the Christ the King complex and the rear of the football stadium. But do you really need clues? The budding artist did all of his or her work in the early morning hours of Saturday, March 9. No arrests have been reported. Three other incidents of criminal mischief were also reported last weekend:
Friday, February 15, 2013
Thieves hit the 800 block of Cedar Ave., as well.
Three diamond rings were reported stolen from a home in the unit block of Gill Road on Feb. 6, Haddonfield police said. A resident returned to home shortly after 8 p.m. and reported the burglary. The home was entered through a pried-open, rear window. After police left the scene, the resident reported the three rings missing. Two incidents of theft were reported in the 800 block of Cedar Ave. Thursday. A 7-inch tablet computer and keyboard were reported stolen from a home at 9:45 a.m. The responding officer then took another complaint from a neighbor about an ATM bank card that was discovered missing from a dining-room table after the bank notified the victim of attempted fraudulent charges. A burglary attempt was reported on Feb. 7 at 10:…
Saturday, January 12, 2013
Haddonfield Police make three arrests for late-night car incidents.
You might want to be just a little bit more cautious during late-night drives through Haddonfield. Police this week announced three arrests, including two DWIs and a resisting arrest, all for motor-vehicle incidents. Edmund C. Peach III, 51, of Munn Lane in Cherry Hill, was arrested on Tuesday at 11:10 p.m. after he allegedly passed out at the wheel while sitting at a traffic light on Haddon Ave. at Kings Highway. He was charged with DWI, consuming alcohol in an open container in a motor vehicle, careless driving and obstructed view. He was released later with a court date. Michelle Carroll, 21, of the 200 block of Heritage Road in Cherry Hill, was arrested and charged with DWI after a one-vehicle accident on Kings Highway East and Hopkins…
Monday, December 10, 2012
The incident is part of five burglaries and four thefts reported in Haddonfield last week.
Haddonfield police last week reported five burglaries and four thefts. Two forced-entry burglaries and one forced-entry attempted burglary topped this week's crime reports. About $4,100 in items, including an array of sterling silver tableware, was reported stolen from a forced-entry burglary in the 800 block of Longwood Circle on Nov. 20. The crime was reported at 12:03 p.m. Missing items include antique German metals, a sterling silver and a gold watch and bracelet, a 18-inch pearl necklace, 12- and 14-inch pearl bracelets, a sterling silver teapot and sugar bowl. On Nov. 28, a woman in the 100 bock of Hinchman Ave. reported a burglary in progress at 10:14 a.m. She said she heard a loud bang near her back door. She didn't see anyone, but…
Saturday, September 29, 2012
Multiple crimes were reported on Redman Avenue in Haddonfield.
Three burglaries and a theft were reported on Redman Avenue in Haddonfield on Monday and Tuesday. Here are the details:
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
A $5 ATM fee is steep, but was it worth this response? Also this week in OMGs from NJ PD, a knife-wielding stalker makes it easy for police to find him.
Each week, Patch combs through the more shocking, surprising and often absurd alleged criminal acts and police-related incidents that unfold throughout New Jersey. Here’s what went on this week for “OMGs from NJ PD.” ATM Fee Avenger: An ATM fee cost Morristown’s Craig Nichols $5, a boatload of snack food, his freedom, his leg mobility and probably a sizable chunk of his dignity. But, hey, no bail charge—that’s a plus! Morristown Police say Nichols, 37, took up a one-man protest against a $5 ATM fee at a local 7-Eleven by deducting the amount from his junk food bill. Let’s just say it went downhill from there. So downhill that Nichols ended up in a jail cell, where he used wet toilet paper to cover a security camera. That earned him a pair …