Saturday, June 2, 2012
Also, a Somerdale man was charged with shoplifting Red Bull.
May 29 A Camden man was arrested for trespassing after he was seen at Cinnaminson Walmart where he's been previously banned from entering. Marlon D. White, 41, of the 1800 block of Mt. Ephraim Avenue, was arrested in a Cherry Hill Walmart on April 29 for shoplifting. He had been banned from all Walmart locations. Loss prevention officers had been following him on suspicions of shoplifting. White was detained on the trespassing charge and turned over to Cinnaminson Police who charged with with trespassing and released him pending court. May 30 Cinnaminson police arrested a Somerdale man for attempting to steal $99 worth of Red Bull products at ShopRite, officials said. Michael W. Lambe, 32, of the 800 block of Pasadena Drive, was stopped…
Friday, May 18, 2012
The two males stole $1K worth of iPods and police need help finding the suspects.
Cinnaminson Police are asking for residents' help in identifying two males who police said stole $1,000 worth of iPod Touch devices from Game Stop at 127 Rt. 130 South. Two men entered the store at approximately 5:30 p.m., May 16. Police said one of the males distracted a store associate while the other entered a display case where the iPods were and removed them. The suspect used a key that was obtained from an unknown source. This is similar to another theft that occurred at a Game Stop in Pennsylvania earlier in the day. If anyone can identify either suspect, call Cinnaminson Police at 856-829-6667 ext. 2022 or call the anonymous We Tip hotline at 1-800-78-CRIME.
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Bank error in your favor? Not this time, said police.
A Riverside man who refused to return money to a bank after the teller gave him too much was arrested on theft charges this week, according to police. Felipe S. DePaula, 27, of the unit block of Scott Street, went to Delanco Federal Savings Bank on Route 130 to cash a $300 check on May 16, Cinnaminson Police said. The bank teller accidentally gave DePaula $3,000 instead of $300. And police said he was caught on tape watching the teller count out the amount. But DePaula didn't ride high with the cash for long; the bank contacted him the next day to ask for the money back. DePaula said he lost the envelope. He was apprehended by Cinnaminson Police, processed and remanded to Burlington County Jail on $2,500 cash bail. This information comes …
Saturday, April 21, 2012
This information comes directly from Cinnaminson Police.
Cinnaminson Police uncovered a credit card conspiracy in which a Delanco woman was using stolen cards for several weeks to buy food and have it delivered to her home, officials said today. Erika L. Kendrick, 42, of Burlington Avenue, was charged with unlawful credit card use. A second suspect, Carl Harvey, 47, of the same address in Burlington, was also involved and arrested on the same charge. Kendrick allegedly used several stolen credit cards to pay for delivered food from various stores. A Cinnaminson business became suspicious and contacted police. Cinnaminson officer Tom Lillagore went to Kendrick's home and found her to be the suspect in question. Kendrick was arrested April 19, was processed and remanded to Burlington County Jail …
Thursday, April 5, 2012
The following information comes directly from Cinnaminson Police.
April 4 Cinnaminson Police arrested a Burlington man after ShopRite loss prevention officers found him stealing seafood products from the store, police said. Samuel J. Braxton, 30, of the 200 block of East Broad Street, was allegedly shoplifting $73.50 worth of various seafood products from the Cinnaminson store. Braxton was brought to the station, processed and released on a summons to appear in court. April 1 Two Riverside teenagers were arrested in Cinnaminson for attempting to steal video games from Walmart during the afternoon March 31, police said. Joseph E. Ezzio, 18, of the 400 block of Taylor Street, and a 17-year-old male, were detained for stealing games worth about $35. Both were taken to the station and Ezzio was released …
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
A Philadelphia man was under the influence of narcotics and alcohol when he hit another car Monday night.
A Philadelphia man driving north in the southbound lanes of Route 130 hit another car sending the driver and her two children to the hospital Monday night, said police. Ephraim Ramirez Jr., 34, of Aramingo Avenue in Philadelphia, struck a car head-on causing minor injuries to its passengers, then fled on foot before being picked up by Cinnaminson Police. The accident occured at 9:47 p.m. Monday night near Highland Avenue. Ramirez was with another male, known as "Dom," and was later found and arrested. Police found Ramirez was under the influence of narcotics. After he was processed, he was taken to Lourdes Hospital in Willingboro to be treated for injuries. Police said he was released from the hospital around 1 p.m. Tuesday. Ramirez was …
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
In a separate case, a Collingswood woman was found shoplifting from Walmart here.
A Mt. Laurel man was arrested and charged with theft after police found he was selling chemicals and storage containers and trying to cover it up by ordering extra supplies from Cinnaminson's Actega-Kelstar Industries, his former employer. Richard T. Grob, 39, of the 7500 block of Normandy Drive, was first arrested by Mt. Laurel police and turned over to Cinnaminson detectives on a warrant for $75,000 cash bail. Grob is alleged to have been selling items used in the printing business to third parties, then ordering additional supplies from Cinnaminson business Actega-Kelstar Industries to cover the theft. Police said the thefts may have occurred over a three-month period and involved $103,000 worth of items as of Tuesday. Police are still …
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Burlington City woman didn't have prescription.
A Burlington City woman was arrested on drug charges in the East Riverton section of the township, according to Cinnaminson police. Donna Lee Delena, 51, of the 300 block of Elm Street, was observed entering a red car after police responded to a report of a suspicious person on South Randolph Street. A motor vehicle stop was initiated on Rowland Street at Industrial Highway. Police spoke with Delena who turned over five pills that she did not have a prescription for. Delena was taken into custody and while an officer searched her, a small amount of methamphetamine was found. Delena was brought to the station, processed and released on summons to appear on charges of possession of methamphetamine, possession of controlled dangerous …
Monday, September 12, 2011
A call about suspicious behavior led to two drug arrests.
Two Palmyra men were arrested by Cinnaminson Police on several different drug-related charges, according to police. Police were dispatched to Cuthbert Road at 2:35 a.m. for a complaint of a suspicious male walking down the street. The male, later identified as Robert S. Albrecht, 25, of Highland Avenue, originally lied about his name and was found to have several outstanding warrants. At the same time, Steven M. Kantor, 18, of Washington Avenue, arrived to pick up Albrecht. Marijuana was discovered in plain view in the back of Kantor's car. Police saw Kantor throw a marijuana cigarette out of his car as he arrived to pick up Albrecht. Kantor was taken into custody and transported to the Cinnaminson station. Albrecht was handcuffed and …
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Police are also investigating criminal mischief at Wood Park.
Police are investigating a burglary and two cases of criminal mischief in the township over the last two weeks. Sometime between Aug. 18 and Aug. 19, suspects pulled barbed wire down form a chain link fence surrounded Pomona Swim Club, Cinnaminson Police said. The suspects entered the concession stand through an unlocked sliding glass window and removed a small sentry safe, which had been attached to the floor. About $650 was in the safe at the time. Det. Sgt. William Covert, of the Cinnaminson Township Police Department, said he thinks the suspect or suspects took the safe as an afterthought since over $250 of snacks and candy was bagged up, but left at the scene. Sometime between Sept. 3 and Sept. 4, a burglary occurred at the …