WEST DEPTFORD TWP.
— On March 26, Jason C. Ilgenfritz, 29, of Runnemede, was arrested on Rt. 295 and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a hypodermic needle, and outstanding warrants out of Camden City. He was issued summonses and turned over to the Camden County Metro Police Department for the outstanding warrants.
On March 26, Daniel J. Morris, 43, of Turnersville, was arrested on Crown Point Road and charged with failure to notify law enforcement of an address change under the provisions of Megan’s Law, as well as outstanding warrants. He was lodged in the Salem County Correctional Facility.
On March 28, Stacey D. Lee, 45, of Turnersville, was arrested on Crown Point Road for driving while intoxicated. He was issued summonses and released pending further court action.
On March 28, Walter F. Buckley, 59, of National Park, was arrested on Elberne Avenue on outstanding warrants and was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. He satisfied his bail requirements and was issued summonses pending further court action.
On March 29, Christopher J. Asquith, of Blackwood, was arrested on Crown Point Road and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. He was issued a summons and released pending further court action.
On March 31, Kevro O. Seivwright, 34, of Philadelphia, and Charmaine Forbes-Allen, 38, of Philadelphia, were arrested on Forrest Parkway. Seivwright was charged with hindering his own apprehension and Forbes-Allen was charged with hindering the apprehension of another. Both were issued summonses and released pending further court action.
On Marcjh 28, a resident of Lancing Road reported that the windows of two separate vehicles were broken while parked in the driveway.
On March 27, a Freightliner box truck valyed at $75,000 was stolen from the property of a business on Crown Point Road.
On March 30, a resident of Harker Avenue reported that assorted types of metal materials were stolen from the yard of his property. A subsequent investigation lead to the arrest of Kyle Forsman, 46, of West Deptford. Investigation also revealed that Forsman was responsible for an additional theft that was previously reported on Ford Avenue. He was charged with two counts of theft and trespassing and was released pending further court action.
On March 31, a juvenile male reported that he was the victim of a robbery on Evan Court. Specifically, he advised that he had set up a transaction to buy sneakers from an unknown male through a social media account. Upon meeting the male, he turned over cash for the sneakers, however, the male took his money and forcefully retrieved the sneakers back from his possession. A brief physical struggle ensued and two additional males exited a vehicle the suspect had arrived in, at which point the complainant retreated and the males left the area with the cash and the sneakers. This investigation is ongoing.
On March 31, an employee of the Citgo gas station on Route 45 reported that an unknown male had shoplifted several packs of cigarettes from the business. The total value of the theft is $176.75.