‘Uncategorized’ Archive

  • Commercial Burglary Arrest

    Posted on December 02, 2019 by William Walsh

         VOORHEES TWP. NJ: On Sunday, December 1st, 2019 at approximately 10:44 pm, Voorhees Patrol Officers were dispatched to the Bagel Bin located on the 200 block of Kresson-Gibbsboro Road for a burglary in progress. The business owner was alerted and able to view live video from the surveillance system of two masked individuals inside the closed business. As Officers arrived on location, the individuals pulled the rear door shut, hence barricading themselves within the business. Officers, including Voorhees Police K9 (Jocko) set up a perimeter, at which time, a K9 announcement to surrender was broadcasted. Two individuals complied with Officers commands, prior to K9 Jocko being deployed, and exited the business. They were then taken into custody without incident.

    The Voorhees Police Department announces the arrest of Mr. Arthur Reynolds (57 yoa), last known address from the 1600 block of City Place, Atlantic City, NJ and Mr. Dion Joyce (52 yoa), last known address from the 1000 block of Martin Luther King Blvd., Atlantic City, NJ. Each was processed and charged with the following crimes: Burglary 2C:18-2A(1), Possession of Burglary Tools 2C:5-5A(2), Criminal Mischief 2C:17-3A(1), and Theft 2C:20-3A. In addition, it was learned that Mr. Dion Joyce was a wanted person by the Atlantic County Sheriff’s Department. Both burglars were remanded to the Camden County Correctional Facility pending a court hearing.

    Residents are reminded to be vigilant and report ALL suspicious activity.

    For more information about this arrest, please contact Captain Carmen Del Palazzo.

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    Contact: Captain Carmen Del Palazzo PIO

    Telephone: 856-882-1134

    Email: cdelpalazzo@vtpd.com

     

  • Burglary/Theft/Criminal Mischief Arrest

    Posted on November 29, 2019 by William Walsh

    Burglary/Theft/Criminal Mischief Arrest

    Media Release Contact:

    Captain Carmen Del Palazzo

    PIO Telephone: 856-882-1134

    Email: cdelpalazzo@vtpd.com

    Burglary/Theft/Criminal Mischief Arrest VOORHEES TWP. NJ 11/27/19: On Monday, November 4th, 2019 at approximately 6:44 pm, Voorhees Patrol Officers were dispatched to 1025 Laurel Oak Road, formerly known as the American Water Company for a fire alarm activation. Upon arrival, officers found evidence of criminal activity afoot within the recently vacated commercial facility. The on-scene investigation was turned over to Detectives from our Criminal Investigation Bureau. This incident subsequently developed into a multi-jurisdictional effort between Voorhees Police Department and the Gloucester Twp. Police Department. As a result of this joint investigation, individuals were identified, arrested and charged accordingly.

    The Voorhees Police Department announces the arrest of Miranda Ulmer (28yoa) 500 block of Erial Road, Sicklerville, NJ, Leon Dandy (35yoa) 800 block of Blackwood-Clementon Road, Pine Hill, NJ and Rahjahn Waters (24yoa) 2600 block of Kenwood Drive, Pine Hill, NJ.

    All were charged with 3rd-degree crimes consisting of (2) counts each of burglary, theft and criminal mischief. The estimated damage is at one million dollars.

    Residents are reminded to be vigilant and report ALL suspicious activity. For more information about this arrest, please contact Captain Carmen Del Palazzo.

  • Vehicle Burglary Arrest

    Posted on September 26, 2019 by William Walsh

    VOORHEES TWP. NJ 9/26/19, the Voorhees Police Department announces the arrest of Jahon T. Loyal (24) from the 1000 block of Ash River Court, Voorhees, NJ  for multiple thefts from vehicles.  The arrest was the result of a thorough and lengthy investigation conducted by the Voorhees Criminal Investigations Bureau. Mr. Loyal was remanded to the Camden County Correctional facility. This matter is pending in Superior Court, Camden, New Jersey. The investigation is still ongoing.

     

    Residents are reminded to be vigilant and report ALL suspicious activity.

     

    For more information about this arrest, please contact Captain Carmen Del Palazzo.

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    Contact: Captain Carmen Del Palazzo PIO

    Telephone: 856-882-1134

    Email: cdelpalazzo@vtpd.com

  • Lt. William Walsh awarded IACP 40 Under 40

    Posted on September 09, 2019 by William Walsh

    Media Release

     

    Voorhees, New Jersey –Congratulations to Lieutenant William Walsh, who was nominated and selected as a 2019 recipient of the prestigious IACP 40 under 40 award for 2019. The IACP 40 Under 40 award program is designed to recognize individuals in law enforcement under the age of 40 who demonstrate leadership and commitment to law enforcement. This prestigious award is presented to 40 awardees from around the globe who exemplify this leadership, dedication and service to their communities and profession.  https://www.theiacp.org/2019-iacp-40-under-40-awardees

    The 2019 awardees represent local, county, state/provincial, university, tribal, and national law enforcement agencies, including awardees from sheriff’s departments, federal agencies, airport police, and investigative organizations, among others. They hail from seven countries—the United States, Canada, Colombia, the United Arab Emirates, Spain, India, and the Solomon Islands. They include chiefs of police, sergeants, lieutenants, inspectors, special agents, project leads, and numerous other roles and ranks, serving their communities in both sworn and non-sworn positions

    Lieutenant Walsh will be recognized at the 2019 IACP Conference this October in Chicago.

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    Contact: Captain Carmen Del Palazzo PIO

    Telephone: 856-882-1134

    Email: cdelpalazzo@vtpd.com

  • Investigator Justin Sims receives the Traffic Safety Specialist, Level – 1 Leadership Award

    Posted on June 27, 2019 by William Walsh

    Media Release

    Voorhees, New Jersey – Officer Justin Sims of the Voorhees Township Police Department will receive the Traffic Safety Specialist, Level – 1, Leadership award at the New Jersey Police Traffic Officers Association State Meeting being held, in Atlantic City, on Wednesday, June 26th.

    The Traffic Safety Specialist (TSS) program was regionally established in Maryland to recognize police officers who have notable experience, education, training, and proficiency in Highway Safety Enforcement methods and procedures. Eligibility involves officers submitting documentation on employment, completion of appropriate certifications, and permission of the department. Level 1 requirements include three years of independent patrol experience, speed detection device certification, standard field sobriety certification, and 30 points of earned electives. One elective point is awarded for each year of military service. Also, points are provided for documented college experience.

     

    This voluntary program was first established in 2016 through the Ocean County Police Traffic Officers Association. The certification serves as verification for courtroom testimony. Also, a total of 18 undergraduate or 6 graduate credits are awarded by Fairleigh Dickinson University. Nearly 150 awards have been granted in New Jersey. Additionally, officers are qualifying for the Level 2 designation that involves the implementation of a technical study on improving traffic safety conditions in the sponsoring community.

    For further information contact C. Knezek of the Kean University Traffic Safety Program cknezek@kean.edu

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    Contact: Captain Carmen Del Palazzo PIO

    Telephone: 856-882-1134

    Email: cdelpalazzo@vtpd.com