The following reports are on file with the Mt. Laurel Police Department.
The following reports are on file with the Mt. Laurel Police Department:
At 11 p.m. on March 23, two Mt. Laurel Police Officers were investigating a motor vehicle crash that occurred on Route 38 eastbound near Briggs Road. The officers were outside of their vehicles attending to the victims of the first crash when a passing suspected drunk driver crashed into the rear of one of the police vehicles. The impact pushed the first police vehicle into the second police vehicle and into an ambulance that was on scene for the first crash. The driver, Alfred F. Dipietro Jr., age 41, of Mt. Laurel, suffered minor injuries as a result of the crash but. He was charged with driving while intoxicated and released pending a court hearing. No other injuries occurred but the two police vehicles sustained heavy damage.
At 7:32 p.m. on March 23, Mt. Laurel Police responded to a residence on the first block of Sternlight Drive for a disturbance. During the investigation, officers arrested resident Milad Golshan, age 28. He was charged with making terroristic threats, unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, possession of an assault firearm, possession of a high capacity magazine, and possession of hollow point bullets. He was committed to the Burlington County Jail.
At 4:52 p.m. on March 22, Mt. Laurel Police responded to the Home Depot on Nixon Drive for a shoplifting report. Officers arrested Francisco A. Ayala-Ariza, age 27, of Woodhaven, N.Y. for shoplifting $1069.69 worth of merchandise. He was charged with shoplifting and released pending a court hearing.
A resident of Iris Court reported a window on his pick-up truck was broken sometime between 5 a.m. and 6 p.m. on March 20.
At 2:09 p.m. on March 20, Mt. Laurel Police responded to the report of suspicious activity on Chaucer Court. The involved vehicle left the scene and was stopped by officers on College Circle. During the investigation officers located marijuana in the vehicle. All of the occupants were arrested and charged with possession of marijuana. Arrested: Richard J. Dempsey, age 22, of Marlton, Joshua M. Murphy, age 20, Merchantville, Daniel A. Tomarchio, age 18, of Pennsauken, Harold T. Beatty, age 27, of Mt. Laurel, Aaliyah D. Courtney, age 20, of Willingboro.
At 12:38 p.m. on March 19, Mt. Laurel Police responded to Shoprite on Nixon Drive for a shoplifting report. Officers arrested Evelyn R. Coscia, age 36, of Moorestown, for shoplifting $63 worth of merchandise and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was charged with shoplifting and released pending a court hearing.
At 3:12 a.m. on March 18, Mt. Laurel Police responded to the first block of Stoney Hill Lane for a suspicious person in the rear yard of a residence. During the investigation, officers arrested Paul A. Donnelly Jr., age 41, of Philadelphia. He was charged with possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana. He also had multiple warrants for his arrest. He was committed to the Burlington County Jail.
At 9:21 p.m. on March 17, Mt. Laurel Police responded to the parking lot of 3131 Route 38 for a criminal mischief report. Two unknown juvenile suspects damaged two vehicles. One vehicle had a window broken and the other had a headlight broken.
At 9:03 p.m. on March 17, Mt. Laurel Police responded to a hotel on the 1100 block of Route 73 for a credit card fraud investigation. A subject ordered takeout food with a stolen credit card and had it delivered to the hotel. The investigation led to the arrest of hotel guest Matthew J. Molina, age 41, of Elmira, N.Y. He was charged with credit card fraud and possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana. He was committed to the Burlington County Jail.
At 11:52 a.m. on March 17, Mt. Laurel Police conducted a motor vehicle stop on I295 near Route 38. During the stop officers arrested Krystal N. Wood, age 28, of Tabernacle. She was wanted by the US Marshall’s Service for bail jumping and narcotics offenses. Officers also arrested John P. Randolph, age 38, of Atco. He was wanted out of the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office for vehicular homicide and also had multiple warrants from several other jurisdictions. Both were committed to the Burlington County Jail.