The Aberdeen Township Police Department responded to or initiated 285 calls for service between June 5 and June 11, 2013, according to Police Chief John Powers.
The calls included 18 suspicious persons or vehicles, 21 alarms, 27 first aid incidents, seven motor vehicle crashes, eight thefts, six domestic violence incidents, seven disorderly persons, six noise complaints, four assaults, two burglaries and 64 motor vehicle stops, according to Powers. Officers also issued 68 motor vehicle summonses.
Here are some of the incidents handled by police last week:
- Officer John Young responded to a call of a suspicious vehicle on Fordham Drive on June 5.
- On June 5, an unidentified woman stole $190 worth of merchandise from the A&P store, Hwy. 35. Officer Jeffrey Griffith took the report.
- On June 6, a Keyport man reported he was robbed of cash and prescription medication while he was walking on Amboy Avenue. The suspects were described as three Hispanic males. Officer Mary Johnston investigated.
- Officer Mary Johnston responded to a call of a suspicious person on Prospect Ave. on June 6.
- On June 7 P.O. Vito Turchiano investigated a report of harassment on Atlantic Ave.
- On June 7 P.O. Mary Johnston investigated a report of harassment on Sweetbriar St.
- P.O. Raymond Campbell responded to a report of a disorderly person on Shore Concourse on June 8.
- On June 8 a Cliffwood Ave. woman reported the theft of her camera. P.O. Craig Hausmann responded.
- On June 9 a Monroe Twp. woman reported she paid a Milton Ave. man for work that was never performed. P.O. Gus Grivas responded.
- P.O. Martin Walsh responded to a call of a suspicious person on Brown Place on June 10.
- On June 11 an Ayrmont Lane resident reported someone entered his unlocked vehicle during the night, but nothing was taken. P.O. Anthony Marone investigated.
- P.O. Gus Grivas responded to a call of suspicious persons in an abandoned house on Beverly Drive on June 11.
- On June 11 an Imbrook Lane resident reported someone removed jewelry from her home. P.O. Frank Maisano took the report.