The Voorhees Police Department is proud to unveil its new and improved website. VTPD.com is now more compatible when accessed from mobile devices and tablets. All of our social media platforms are easily viewed from the home page, as are special programs and services offered by our agency. Residents can now sign up for vacation property checks and request reports directly from our website. Citizens can now attach a photo or video to their anonymous tips. There are numerous improvements throughout the site, we invite you to explore it at your leisure.
#Fugitive Geoffrey Petit was apprehended by the US Marshals Service today. Petit was #wanted for aggravated assault on Voorhees Police Officers and burglary charges. We would like to thank the US Marshals Service for assisting us with this case.
The Voorhees Police Department in conjunction with the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office reports a shooting that injured a man last night on Burnt Mill Road.
The investigation revealed the gunshot appears to have been self-inflicted. Voorhees Police were called at approximately 7:38 p.m. on Friday to the 100 block of S. Burnt Mill Road in Voorhees for a report of a person shot.
Officers and emergency medical personnel arrived and located the victim, a 25-year-old male, outside his residence. He was transported by ambulance to Cooper University Hospital in Camden. He is reported to be in stable condition.
The investigation revealed the victim shot himself while handling a handgun at his home. No one else was injured. Follow the Voorhees Police Department online at www.vtpd.com and on Facebook and Twitter for future updates.