WEST DEPTFORD TWP.
—On March 17, Deborah D. Hinch, 39, of Brooklawn, was arrested on Crown Point Road and charged with possession of a prescription legend drug. She was served with a complaint summons and released.
— On March 18, a juvenile was charged with possession of marijuana on Kings Highway, served with a summons and released.
— Kenneth W. Bailey, 57, of Mantua, was charged on March 18 with driving while intoxicated on Route 45. He was served with a summons and released.
— On March 19, Khali J. Jernegons, 31, of Woodbury, was arrested on Griscom Lane and charged with DWI. He was issued a summons.
— On March 19, John C. Royal, 25, of Deptford, was charged on Red Bank Avenue with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. He was issued a summons.
— On March 20, Gregory S. Wirt, 47, of National Park, Michelle L. Wirt, 42, of National Park and Joseph W. Stavioli, 26, of Runnemede, were arrested on Crown Point Road and charged with possession of CDS and possession of drug paraphernalia. The were served with complaint summonses and released.
— On March 22, Lamar L. Underwood, 34, of Penns Grove, and Shaneen L. Walthall, 35, of Camden, were arrested on Kings Highway. Underwood was charged with hindering his own apprehension and outstanding warrants and was lodged in the Salem County Jail. Walthall was charged with hindering the apprehension of another and released.
— On March 17, damage was reported to the front door of a Heather Ridge apartment.
— On March 17, a bicycle valued at $200 was reported stolen from the driveway of a Lincoln Avenue residence.
— On March 18, a shed at a Monmouth Avenue residence was damage, possibly with pellets from a BB gun.
— On March 19, someone damaged a mailbox at a Moore Road residence.
— On March 22, a tailgate worth $450 was stolen from a pickup truck at a Saint Matthews Drive residence.
— On March 22, three vehicles on Lionheart Lane were vandalized.
— On March 22, a gym bag containing clothing and two cellular telephones was stolen from the RiverWinds Community Center.
— On March 22, two extension cords and a bucket containing copper fittings, valued at $600, was stolen from the rear of a pickup truck at a Ford Avenue residence.