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Burglary, drug charges among reports in Cherry Hill Police Blotter

The following information was reported by the Cherry Hill Police Department.

On Wednesday, Aug. 6, Cherry Hill Police responded to the rear of Dick’s Sporting Goods located at 2130 Route 70 West for a report of a burglary. Unknown actors smashed a rear window to a mobile storage trailer. The incident occurred between July 31 and Aug. 6. Proceeds are light fixtures and a stereo system control unit. It appeared an unknown person was living in the trailer during these dates. The incident is under investigation by the Cherry Hill Police Investigation Unit.

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On Sunday, Aug. 10, Cherry Hill Police responded to the Babe Ruth Baseball Field for a report of a burglary. The incident occurred during the overnight hours of Aug. 9 to Aug. 10. Unknown actors pried open a storage shed, stole eleven dog decoys valued at $330 and also spray painted graffiti to the inside of the shed. The incident is under investigation by the Cherry Hill Police Investigation Unit.

On Saturday, Aug. 9, Cherry Hill Police conducted a motor vehicle stop at Route 70 and Springdale Avenue for a traffic violation. Through investigation by police, a man from Marlton was arrested and charged with possession of narcotic pills without a prescription.

On Saturday, Aug. 9, Cherry Hill Police conducted a motor vehicle stop at Cuthbert Boulevard and Hampton Road for a traffic violation. Through investigation by police, a Pennsauken male was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine.

On Saturday, Aug. 9, Cherry Hill Police conducted a motor vehicle stop at Cherry Hill Mall for a traffic violation. Through investigation by police, a man from Williamstown was arrested and charged with distribution and possession of narcotic pills without a prescription.

On Saturday, Aug. 9, two men from Philadelphia were arrested and charged with shoplifting and other related charges after attempting to leave the Macy’s Department Store without paying for concealed merchandise valued at $941.46.

On Saturday, Aug. 9, Cherry Hill Police conducted a motor vehicle stop at Park and Cuthbert Boulevards for a traffic violation. Through investigation by police, a man from Camden was arrested and charged with possession of narcotic pills without a prescription and other related drug charges.

On Saturday, Aug. 9, Cherry Hill Police responded to the 500 Block of Rt. 38 for a disturbance. Through investigation by police, the a man from Norristown, Penn. was arrested and charged with resisting arrest.

On Sunday, Aug. 10, Cherry Hill Police conducted a motor vehicle stop at Route 70 and Graydon Avenue for a traffic violation. Through investigation by police, a man from Mt. Ephraim was arrested and charged with possession of narcotic pills without a prescription.

On Sunday, Aug. 10, Cherry Hill Police conducted a motor vehicle stop at Route 38 and Chapel Avenue for a traffic violation. Through investigation by police, two women from Maple Shade were arrested and both charged with possession of heroin and other related drug charges.

On Sunday, Aug. 10, Cherry Hill Police were on location at the Cherry Hill Mall when approached about a possible fraud that had just occurred at Littman Jewelers. Police located the actor inside the mall and during questioning, a man from Philadelphia fled on foot from police. He was subsequently apprehended and through investigation by police, was arrested and charged with eluding police, credit card theft and other related theft charges.

On Monday, Aug. 11, a woman from Camden was arrested and charged with shoplifting after attempting to leave the Home Depot store located at 2160 Route 70 West without paying for merchandise valued at $290.81.

On Monday, Aug. 11, police responded to the Forever 21 store located at the Cherry Hill Mall for report of a theft. A woman from Camden was arrested and charged with theft of moveable property after stealing $600 worth of clothing between July and Aug. 3.

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