As a result of an inter-agency auto theft investigation, the Cherry Hill, Collingswood and Pennsauken Police Departments have arrested and charged two individuals in connection with a series of auto thefts.
On Friday, Oct. 25, Police Chief Dennis Cribben and the Mt. Laurel Police Department announces its intention to use the full effects of roadside checkpoints these winter and fall seasons in the enforcement of intoxicated and impaired drivers. Driving while intoxicated is a very serious violation of state law and taken very seriously by the entire Mt. Laurel Police Department.
The Medford Township Police will be hosting an Operation Take Back local collection site as part of the D.E.A. Operation Take Back medicine disposal day. The event will take place at the Medford Township Public Safety Building, located at 91 Union St. in Medford, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 26.
Mt. Laurel Town Council introduced an ordinance that aims to crack down on thieves who sell and pawn stolen items.
Local and state officials are making a concerted effort to raise awareness about prescription medicine abuse this month.
A 37 year old man, of Trenton, has been arrested and charged with murder and felony murder kidnapping in the death of Lisa Armstrong.
Burlington County Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi and Riverton Borough Police Chief John Shaw announced today that the woman who was found fatally shot on a borough street Sunday morning was a resident of Youngstown, Ohio.
Burlington County Prosecutor Robert D. Bernardi and Riverton Borough Police Chief John Shaw announced on Sunday that a woman was found fatally shot on a Riverton street early on Sunday morning.
Since July, law enforcement officers from Cherry Hill have been participating in Pedestrian Safety Enforcement and Education Program designed to increase awareness about safely sharing the road.
New Jersey ranks as the 11th worst state in the nation for pedestrian safety.
The investigation into the murder of a woman whose body was found in the woods along Route 206 the morning of Sept. 7 is ongoing.