WEST DEPTFORD TWP. — Here is a list of recent arrests and incidents as provided by West Deptford police:
On 6.5.2015, Stanley F. Smith IV, 35, of Westville, and Michelle L. Horay, 33, of Woodbury, were arrested on Delaware Street. Smith was arrested for outstanding warrants and possession of CDS. He satisfied bail requirements and was released pending further court action. Horay was arrested for outstanding warrants. She was lodged in the Salem County Correctional Facility.
On 6.6.2015, Enid Watson, 66, of Clarksboro, was arrested for shoplifting at the ShopRite store. She was issued a summons and released pending further court action.
On 6.7.2015, Charles J. Senatore Jr, 48, of West Deptford, was arrested on Crescent Avenue for obstructing the administration of justice and resisting arrest. He was issued summonses and released pending further court action.
On 6.8.2015, Niklas B. Sbraccia, 25, of Sicklerville, was arrested on Colonial Avenue for possession of marijuana. He was issued a summons and released pending further court action.
On 6.11.2015, Mark J. Smith, 33, of Chester, Pa., was arrested on Red Bank Avenue for possession of CDS and outstanding warrants. He was lodged in the Salem County Correctional Facility.
On 6.11.2015, Christopher A. Cisco, 34, of Sewell, was arrested on Red Bank Avenue for driving while intoxicated, possession of CDS, and resisting arrest. He was issued summonses and released pending further court action.
On 6.5.2015 through 6.8.2015, numerous reports were received regarding thefts from motor vehicles in both the Verga and Oakview section of the township.
On 6.6.2015, it was reported that an unknown actor intentionally scratched a vehicle that was parked at the ShopRite store.
On 6.7.2015, it was reported that someone damaged two sheds at the West Deptford Little League fields in order to gain entry to the interior. Nothing was missing from inside of the sheds.
On 6.7.2015, a resident of Hessian Avenue reported that a bicycle was stolen from the rear yard. The bicycle was valued at $100.00.
On 6.7.2015, Delaware Street resident’s vehicle was intentionally scratched while parked on the road.
On 6.11.2015, a resident of Delaware Street reported that a 14’ aluminum boat was stolen from the yard. The boat was valued at $400.