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Mt. Ephraim School District Announces November’s Students of the Month

 

At their November 14 monthly meeting, the Mt. Ephraim Board of Education (BOE) recognized the students of the month for November.

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From back left: Mikayla Gavin, Principal Michael Hunter, and Annelise Schoudt. From front left: Leah Schiavo, Nisa Ozkan, Colin McMullan, Emma Speyerer, and Jaden Montero. (Not pictured are Kylie Hillman and Alyssa Beckett) (Photo provided)
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GlouCo Fugitive Investigations Unit Arrests Sexual Assault, Robbery Suspects

 

On November 14, officers from the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Fugitive Investigations Unit (FIU) arrested two fugitives for failing to appear at scheduled court hearings. Both fugitives were apprehended without incident.

Stacy B. Harden, 20, was taken into custody at his Glassboro residence.

Harden did not appear for a November 3, 2016 pre-arraignment conference on a second-degree sexual assault charge. He is accused of allegedly sexually assaulting a minor between 13 and 16 years old in Glassboro on March 1, 2014.

FIU officers also apprehended Mark A. Tymusczuk at his Mullica Hill residence. Tymusczuk had a warrant for failing to appear in drug court on November 2, 2016 related to a charge of second-degree conspiracy to commit robbery for his alleged involvement in a Deptford store on June 2, 2016.

The Glassboro Police Department assisted in Harden’s arrest. Harrison Township Police Department assisted in Tymusczuk’s arrest. Both defendants were turned over to the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department for transport to jail and were to be held without bail.

(Source: Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office)
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Weekend Shooting Death in Pennsauken Under Investigation

 

Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Pennsauken Police Chief John Coffey announced a shooting death occurred over the weekend. The investigation is ongoing and no arrests have been made at this time, according to a statement released today by the Camden County Prosecutor’s office.

On Sunday, November 13 at approximately 2:14 a.m., Pennsauken Police responded to the Woodbine Catering and nightclub in the 1400 block of Route 73 in Pennsauken. Officers were breaking up a fight in the parking lot between patrons who were leaving a privately-promoted event when gun shots rang out from the other side of the building.

Officers immediately responded to investigate the gun shots and located the victim, Jamil Henry, 26, of Camden. Henry was lying on the ground and suffering from gunshot wounds. He was transported to Cooper University Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced deceased at approximately 6:04 a.m.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Camden County Prosecutor’s Office Detective Sherman Hopkins at (856) 225-8623 or Pennsauken Police Detective John Kelly at (856) 488-0080

Information may also be emailed to ccpotips@ccprosecutor.org.

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CamCo Prosecutor & Collingswood PD Investigating Loan Fraud

 

The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office and the Collingswood Police Department are investigating an alleged fraudulent loan modification deal involving Scott Feltman, of Mt. Laurel, who operated under the name of Baymar Capital Funding, LLC.

According to a statement released today from the Camden County Prosecutor, Feltman has been charged with one count of third-degree theft by deception. He is alleged to have signed a contract with the victim to act as the mortgage broker for a loan modification. Over the course of two years, Feltman allegedly took money from the victim and never applied those funds towards the victim’s mortgage. The victim was ultimately evicted from the residence.

Detectives believe there could be more victims who have not come forward.

If you or someone you know has had dealings with Feltman or Baymar Capital, LLC, or you have information related to this type of fraudulent activity, you are urged to contact the Camden County Prosecutor’s Office Sergeant Michael Molle at 856-225-8674.

Information may also be emailed to ccpotips@ccprosecutor.org.

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Brooklawn Police Arrest Man for Impersonating Officer

 

On October 10, officers responded to the Citgo Gas Station for a report that a male would not pay for gas and for stating he was a police officer. Kenneth Wayne Gregory was arrested for theft of services and for impersonating a law enforcement officer.

Other Brooklawn Police Department activity for the month of October, 2016:

10/03/16 Jonathan Charles Dimeo, 35, of Boynton Beach Florida, was stopped for a motor vehicle violation. Through further investigation, he was found to be operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol. He was charged with driving while intoxicated and given numerous other driving summonses and turned over to a sober adult.

10/4/16 Roderick Hayword Hayes, 26, of Camden was arrested for disorderly conduct at the Westbrook Bowling Alley.

10/5/16 Dwayne Carl Kemp, 32, of Philadelphia was stopped for a motor vehicle violation. Through further investigation, officers located nine (9) bags of crack cocaine, four (4) oxycodone pills, and thirty three (33) endocet pills. Alexandria Diguglielmo, 24, of Runnemede was also arrested. Both were charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, distribution of a controlled dangerous substance and possession of a controlled dangerous substance in a school zone. Both were remanded to the Camden County Jail.

10/5/16 Jessica Elaine Nacke, 23, of Westville attempted to exit Shoprite with numerous bottles of baby formula. She was charged with shoplifting and released pending a municipal court date.

10/6/16 Beverly L. Bolt, 31, of Williamstown was arrested after she attempted to conceal items from the Rite Aid. She was charged with shoplifting and released with a pending court date.

10/6/16 Lawrence Ian Jones, 33, of Philadelphia was stopped for a motor vehicle violation in the Brooklawn Shopping Center. He was observed attempting to conceal a bottle of prescription pills, through further investigation he was found to be wanted out of Pennsylvania for forgery. He was charged with two (2) counts of possession of a controlled dangerous substance and a fugitive of justice. He was remanded to the Camden County Jail to await extradition to Pennsylvania.

10/10/16 Officers responded to the Citgo Gas Station for a male who would not pay for gas and was stating he was a police officer. Kenneth Wayne Gregory was arrested for theft of services and impersonating a law enforcement officer.

10/10/16 Drew William Buechlein, 31, of Brooklawn was arrested for receiving stolen property out of Bellmawr. The accused sold items at the Swap Shop in Brooklawn. He was charged with receiving stolen property and released on his own recognizance.

10/11/16 Unknown actor(s) broke into Verchio’s Produce and removed a safe from the building. The actor(s) stole an undisclosed amount of cash from the safe. Anyone with any information regarding this incident please contact Brooklawn Police.

10/11/16 During the course of a call for an unconscious male in the area of the shopping center, officers arrested Brian Edward Provost, 28, of Medford. The accused was found to be wanted out of the Camden and Burlington Sheriffs’ Departments. He was also found to be in possession of heroin and crack cocaine. He was remanded to the Camden County Jail.

10/11/16 Darian Thomas Jones was arrested for theft from his employer, Shoprite. Loss Prevention observed the accused steal money over the course of a few weeks. He was charged with five (5) counts of Theft.

10/12/16 It was reported to police that sometime between 10/11-10/12 an unknown actor removed a catalytic converter from a Winnebago parked in the old Saint Maurice Parking Lot. Anyone with information regarding this incident please contact Brooklawn Police.

10/12/16 Officers were dispatched to the Shoprite for a shoplifter in custody. Robert M. Phillips, 49, of Gloucester City attempted to conceal items in his backpack. Through further investigation, the accused was identified as a suspect in numerous other shopliftings from August. He was charged with seven (7) counts of shoplifting and released on his own recognizance.

10/14/16 Anthony Robert Lewis, 27, of Gloucester City was stopped for a motor vehicle violation. He was found to have a warrant for his arrest. Officers located a cigarette pack on the accused containing heroin. He was charged with possession of controlled dangerous substance. He was processed and released.

10/14/16 During the course of a motor vehicle stop Siobhan Renee King-Petrick, 21, of Collingswood, Elnisa Danay Warren, 21, of Camden and Licelz Idaliz Bauerle, 30, of Camden were found to be in possession of a jar of marijuana and an unrolled cigar. She was charged with possession of marijuana under 50 grams and possession of drug paraphernalia.

10/14/16 Elijah Joseph Porrini, 21, of Westville was arrested for theft after Loss Prevention from Shoprite observed him taking money from the cash register while working.

10/17/16 Officers responded to Sangarlo’s Pizza for a burglary alarm. An unknown actor entered the restaurant and stole an undisclosed amount of money from the cash register. Anyone with information regarding this incident please contact Brooklawn Police.

10/19/16 Stanley Garcia, 34, of Bellmawr was arrested on an outstanding shoplifting warrant out of Brooklawn. On 9/30/16 the accused went behind the counter at the Rite Aid and took over $500.00 worth of cigarettes.

10/21/16 Officers stopped a male in the area of Kings Highway and Browning Lane. The male provided the officer with false information regarding his identity. Through further investigation he was identified as Anthony Norman McCoy, 30, of Camden. He was found to be wanted out of the Gloucester County Sheriffs Department. He was charged with hindering and turned over to the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department.

10/22/16 Officers received a call that someone was attempting to break into the Gulf Gas Station with a crow bar. The actor never gained entry to the store but a search of the area by officers resulted in a negative result. Anyone with information regarding this incident please contact Brooklawn Police.

10/22/16 Officers assisted a West Deptford Officer with the apprehension of a James Andrew Ward, 28, of Camden for receiving stolen property out of their jurisdiction. During the course of the arrest the accused was found to be in possession of marijuana. He was charged with possession of marijuana under 50 grams.

10/25/16 Officers responded to a burglary on the 200 block of Noreg Place. During the course of the investigation officers arrested Carmine Michael Daiutolo, 25, of Gloucester Township. The accused cut the copper piping out of the basement of an abandoned house. He was charged with Burglary, Criminal Mischief, and Theft. He was remanded to the Camden County Jail.

10/27/16 Kyle Patrick Florich, 22, of West Deptford was stopped for a motor vehicle violation. Through further investigation the accused was found to be in possession of a metal grinder and a glass bowl used for marijuana. The accused was charged with possession of marijuana under 50 grams.

Vehicle Burglaries

During the course of the month, officers responded to four vehicle burglaries. All vehicles were believed to have left the vehicles unlocked.  Please lock all car doors and report suspicious activity to police.

Warrant Arrests:

Ashley Quyanna Mason, 35, of Camden
Edward John Rickerd, 24, of Bellmawr
Bridget Collen Malone, 32, of Brooklawn
Melvin Paramore, 28, of Willingboro
David Lamar Drach, 28, of National Park
Michael William Lutz, 28, of Gloucester
Stephen Michael Millin, 25, of Deptford
Taylor Leigh Myers, 23, of National Park
Jacquelin Renee Kittell, 37, of Westville
Stephen Anthony Beidler, 24, of Brooklawn
Sherylyn Karri Lippincott, 27, of Berlin
George Henry West, 61, of Bellmawr
Stacey Marie Uibel, 29, of Gloucester City
Mark Brian O’Connor, 28, of Bellmawr
Michael Charles Diclemente, 27, of Camden
Taniya Halema Miller-Stephens, 21, of Camden
Leshay Lynn Matthews, 25, of Camden

(All persons charged with offenses are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.)

(Source: Brooklawn Police Dept.)