— On Nov. 21, police investigated several instances of wood pallets being stolen from a Commerce Boulevard business. In recent months, 4,300 pallets were stolen from inside trailers. The pallets are valued at $89,986.

— A 24-year-old Penns Grove man was charged with possession of marijuana during a vehicle stop on Route 130 on Nov. 21. He was processed and released pending court.

— A Swedesboro man told police on Nov. 21 that his 12-foot aluminum boat had been stolen in recent months from a property on Route 44. The boat is valued at $500.

— A 22-year-old Eddystone, Pa. man was charged with simple assault following an early morning disturbance in a parking lot on Village Center Drive on Nov. 22. He was served with a complaint summons and released.

— During a motor vehicle stop on Interstate 295 on Nov. 22, police arrested two wanted men. A 56-year-old Woodlynne man was turned over to Camden County authorities. A 56-year-old West Deptford man was sent to Salem County Jail.

— On Nov. 23, police investigated a burglary that had occurred at a Bridgeport home during the prior week. Someone had entered, possibly through an unlocked side door, and had taken jewelry valued at $3,500.

—On Nov. 25, police charged a 19-year-old Philadelphia woman with aggravated assault and possession of a weapon for unlawful purposes following an incident on Sharptown Road. The woman allegedly slashed a co-worker several times with a utility knofe during an argument, The victim suffered a serious laceration to her left cheek which required treatment at a hospital. The Philadelphia woman’s bail was set at $75,000 full cash, but she is still at large.

— A Paulsboro Road resident told police several sections of fence and some gutters were damaged overnight Nov. 27.

— About $264 worth of Tide detergent was stolen from the Acme Supermarket on Nov. 28. A suspect has been identified and complaints are pending.

— An 18-year-old Carneys Point woman was charged Nov. 30 with burglary, criminal mischief and possession of drug paraphernalia following a suspicious activity complaint at a vacant house on Edward Drive. The woman was lodged in the Salem County Jail in default of $2,500 bail.

— On Dec. 1, two backflow preventers, valued at $800, were reported stolen from a commercial property on Beckett Road.