— On Nov. 13, police investigated a theft-by-deception complaint at the Wawa Food Market on Center Square Road. A daily customer allegedly had obtained an outdated “paid” stamp and was using it several times to place food orders. The customer fled when confronted by a store manager. Complaints are pending.
— A 24-year-old Salem man was charged with two counts of theft and simple assault after an early morning disturbance at the Wawa store on Nov. 14. He was served with a complaint summons and released.
— Overnight Nov. 13, someone removed the lock from a Stone Henge Drive resident’s utility trailer and stole an undetermined amount of tools.
— A 20-year-old Tabernacle man was charged Nov. 15 with driving while intoxicated and operating a vehicle on the lands of another after an early morning crash along Floodgate Road. He was processed and released, pending court.
— On Nov. 15, police investigated a report that appliances and bedding had been stolen from a local distribution center.
— On Nov. 16, a 22-year-old Carneys Point man was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, receiving stolen property and hinder apprehension following a suspicious person report in the Vineyards development. He was processed and released.
— A 27-year-old Pennsville woman was charged with simple assault and filing a false police report after an incident at the Wawa Food Market. She was served with a complaint summons and released.
— A six-month investigation ended Nov. 17 when detective charged a 60-year-old West Deptford man with various credit card frauds involving the credit accounts of a former acquaintance. A warrant has been issued for his arrest, but he has not yet been served.
— On Nov. 18, a Maryland man reported that someone broke into the cargo area of his box truck, parked at the Hampton Inn, and took antiques valued at $2,800.
— Two 50-foot trailers — a 2004 Wabash valued at $9,000 and a 1994 Strick valued at $5,000 — were reported stolen Nov. 18 from a Commerce Boulevard warehouse. The trailer information was entered NCIC.
— A 26-year-old Glassboro woman was charged Nov. 19 with terroristic threats, disorderly conduct and harassment following a motor vehicle complaint and subsequent disturbance on Village Center Driver. She was released on her own recognizance, pending a court appearance.
— On Nov. 20, a 24-year-old Penns Grove man was charged with possession of marijuana during a vehicle stop on Route 130. He was served with a complaint summons and released.