UPDATE: Haddonfield Police Chief John Banning confirmed the investigation is under Union County’s jurisdiction and the Union County murder suspect,Caleb Lawrence McGillvary, is no longer in the state.
The following incidents were taken from reports on file with the Haddonfield Police Department.
A resident of the 600 block of Cedar Avenue reported a theft on April 30 at 8:27 a.m. The unlocked vehicle was parked in the driveway and $500 was taken.
A suspicious vehicle that caused Eastern Regional High School and Kellman Brown Academy to undergo a lockdown was deemed a false alarm, according to Jason Laughlin, spokesman for the Camden County Prosecutors Office.
UPDATE: According to the Camden County dispatchers office, the lockdown is over and the Route 561 is open. The Sun will have further reports as it becomes available. Lockdown.
The suspect is described as male, wearing a white Tyvek suit, gloves, a dark covering over his head and face.
Burlington County Sheriff’s Department arrested
man entering courthouse with weapon.
On April 13, at 11:54 a.m. a resident of Linden Avenue received a suspicious phone call from a man claiming to be in Puerto Rico and a family member was involved in a car accident.
The following incidents were taken from reports on file with the Mt. Laurel Police Department.
A resident of the 100 block of Preakness Drive reported a theft. A bicycle, valued at $175, was taken from an unlocked garage. The incident occurred approximately two weeks ago at an undetermined date and time.
Mt. Laurel Police arrested a 56-year-old man of the unit block of Edinburgh Lane, on April 16, for aggravated assault of a police officer. He was initially contacted by police at the Lukoil Gas Station on Route 73 following a report of an intoxicated disorderly person.
The Haddonfield Police department released the following report.