Sunday, June 9, 2013

Mantua crimelog: $20,000 worth of air conditioning units stolen from business

Mantua crimelog: $20,000 worth of air conditioning units stolen from business




Mantua crimelog: $20,000 worth of air conditioning units stolen from business

MANTUA TWP. — A Madison Road resident on May 24 told police someone had spray painted her vehicle overnight. The estimated cost to repair the damage was about $500, police said.
— Employees of a Lambs Road business on May 21 reported that someone had tampered with the facility’s air conditioning unit. The unit’s replacement value was about $3,000, police said.
— A Spring Hill Road resident on May 19 reported someone had stolen an air conditioning unit from the side of his home. The unit’s replacement value was about $2,000.
— Police on May 18 accused a Sewell man of having heroin and crack cocaine after a vehicle stop on Glassboro Road. The 24-year-old was charged with possession of both drugs, among other offenses.
He posted partial bail and was released pending a court appearance.
— Police on May 16 reported finding a stolen vehicle in the Timbercrest development. The vehicle had been reported stolen in East Greenwich Township.
— Three Gloucester Township men had marijuana they meant to distribute when they were pulled over May 16, police said.
The accused were stopped in the Timbercrest development. They were charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, along with related offenses. All were processed and released on summonses.
— A Lincoln Avenue resident on May 13 reported that someone had stolen two bicycles from his yard. The bicycles were valued at about $245 altogether.
— Several commercial air conditioning units were stolen from a Glassboro Road business May 9, police said. Replacement of the units would cost more than $20,000, they added.
— Police on May 7 arrested two Monroe Township men while conducting a property check. The men were charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, along with related offenses.
Both were processed and released on summonses.
— A 35-year-old Mullica Hill man was charged on May 5 with possession of crack cocaine, along with related offenses, after a vehicle stop on Route 55.
The man was also wanted in Camden County and was processed and jailed.
— Police on May 5 charged a 29-year-old Mantua Township man with possession of crack cocaine after a vehicle stop on Route 55.
The man, who also faces additional charges related to crack cocaine possession, was processed and released on summonses.
— Residents on May 4 reported several vehicles in the Royal Oaks development and one in the Center City development had been damaged.
— A 50-year-old Vineland man was charged on May 1 with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute after a vehicle stop on Glassboro Road.
The man was processed and released on a summons.