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Man Allegedly Hit Woman with Car, Stole Cash in Parking Lot of Gloucester Township Chick-Fil-A

Posted in Assault Offenses, Theft Offenses, Traffic Violations
Police in Gloucester Township NJ are looking into a violent theft incident at a local Chick-Fil-A restaurant that left the victim with physical injuries. The theft went down around 3:00 p.m. in the parking lot of the Chick-Fil-A on Cross Keys Road in Gloucester Township, NJ. The victim parked her car in the Chick-Fil-A parking… Continue Reading

Driver Charged with Heroin Possession after Reportedly Overdosing, Crashing Car in Winslow Township, NJ

Posted in Drug Crimes, Traffic Violations
A man who crashed his car on a Winslow Township roadway faces drug possession charges after police allegedly found him with heroin. According to law enforcement, the suspect was driving a pickup truck when he suffered a heroin overdose and began to pass out. The suspect’s truck cross the center line on the road, crashed… Continue Reading

Cherry Hill NJ Man Charged with Possession of Cocaine, Marijuana in Carneys Point, NJ

Posted in Drug Crimes, Traffic Violations
Police in Carneys Point New Jersey recently arrested a Cherry Hill NJ man accused of possessing cocaine and marijuana while driving through the area. A Carneys Point patrol officer stopped the suspect’s car a little before 8:00 a.m. The 46-year-old suspect, who resides in Cherry Hill, allegedly had illicit drugs in his car. When police… Continue Reading

Men Pulled Over in Camden NJ, Allegedly Found with Heroin, Illegal Handguns

Posted in Drug Crimes, Traffic Violations, Weapons Offenses
Police in Camden NJ recently arrested three men who were allegedly in possession of illegal weapons and drugs in their car. The arrests were made during a traffic stop in Camden, New Jersey. According to law enforcement, a Camden County sheriff was driving around 7th Street and Linden Street in when he observed the suspects’… Continue Reading