Search
Close this search box.

Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Search

Lower Police Weekly Crime Blotter Jan. 22-28, 2024

Lower Police Weekly Crime Blotter Jan. 22-28, 2024

From Lower Township Police Department

ERMA – The Lower Township Police Department responded to or initiated a total of 1001 calls, averaging a total of 143 calls per day. Police also made a total of 10 arrests during this period. Below is a breakdown of incidents by date:
 

1-22-24
Non-Criminal Incidents –2
Fire Related Calls –0
Motor Vehicle Accidents –0
Traffic Enforcement –19
Public Services –144
Domestic Violence Incidents –3
None
1-23-24
Non-Criminal Incidents –0
Fire Related Calls –0
Motor Vehicle Accidents –0
Traffic Enforcement –26
Public Services –82
Domestic Violence Incidents –1
None
1-24-24
Non-Criminal Incidents –3
Fire Related Calls –1
Motor Vehicle Accidents –0
Traffic Enforcement –28
Public Services –70
Domestic Violence Incidents –0
None
1-25-24
Non-Criminal Incidents –10
Fire Related Calls –1
Motor Vehicle Accidents –0
Traffic Enforcement –14
Public Services –93
Domestic Violence Incidents –1
None
1-26-24
Non-Criminal Incidents –2
Fire Related Calls –1
Motor Vehicle Accidents –1
Traffic Enforcement –19
Public Services –119
Domestic Violence Incidents –0
Simple Assault – Route 9, Erma
Narcotic Drug Laws – Bayshore Rd., North Cape May

1-27-24
Non-Criminal Incidents –3
Fire Related Calls –0
Motor Vehicle Accidents –1
Traffic Enforcement –11
Public Services –92
Domestic Violence Incidents –3
None
1-28-24
Non-Criminal Incidents –4
Fire Related Calls –2
Motor Vehicle Accidents –0
Traffic Enforcement –11
Public Services –86
Domestic Violence Incidents –3
Criminal Mischief – Carolina Ave., Villas

Spout Off

Cape May – Why are spouters blaming the Biden Administration for what is happening on college campuses with regards to free speech?

Read More

Cape May County – Why do CMC, commissioners allow employees to take vehicles home? Also,do the employees who take these vehicles home pay monthly for this? Are the monthly payments several hundred dollars or peanuts?…

Read More

Avalon – They need a weed store in Stoned Harbor. It would push weeds sales over a billion dollars for the state and parking fines in the millions for Stoned Harbor! But most people will be too stoned to care…

Read More

Most Read

Print Edition

Recommended Articles

Skip to content