Pennsville Twp. Crime Report

Pennsville crime log stuffed with cannabis arrests, DUI’s, and thefts: April 1st-10th

Among commonly reported criminal activity during the beginning of April in Pennsville Twp. is an incident which left a minor facing aggravated assault, resisting arrest, & obstruction charges after allegedly biting an officer during a disorderly persons complaint on North River Drive.

See the complete crime log for April 1st through April 10th below from the Pennsville Police Department:

4/10/17 – At approximately 4:00 pm a sixteen (16) year old male juvenile was arrested and charged with Aggravated Assault on an officer, Resisting Arrest and Obstruction. Officers responded to a residence on North River Drive for a Disorderly persons complaint. Upon arrival, the accused became irate and assaulted an officer by biting him. The juvenile was transported to the Atlantic County Juvenile Detention Center.

4/9/17 – At approximately 1:23 am Michael E. Bailey (M/38) of Pennsville was arrested and charged with Driving While Under the Influence and issued a traffic summons for Reckless Driving. Bailey was stopped in the area of the Penn Terrace Apartments and suspected of being under the influence of drugs and subsequently charged. Incident pending court.

4/8/17 – At approximately 5:17 am Niaja D. Robinson (F/23) of Pennsgrove was arrested and charged with Driving While Under the Influence, Possession of an Open Container in a MV and Reckless Driving. Officers received a complaint of a suspicious vehicle on the property of Penn Terrace Apartments. Officers located the motor vehicle and discovered Robinson operating [the car/truck]. Robinson was suspected of being under the influence. Robinson was processed and released pending court.

4/7/17 – At approximately 1:22 pm Therron Green (M/45) of Pennsgrove was arrested and charged with Shoplifting from the Shoe Show. Green removed a pair of shoes valued at $14.98 and left the store without paying for same. Officers located him with the assistance of Pennsgrove Police and Green was still in possession of the shoes. [The incident] is pending court.

4/6/17 -At approximately 7:59 pm Michael A. Bunch Jr., (M/19) of Mullica Hill and a seventeen (17) year old juvenile were arrested and charged with drug offenses following a motor vehicle stop on North Broadway. Bunch was charged with Possession of CDS (Marijuana) with Intent to Distribute and Possession of CDS (Marijuana). The juvenile was charged with Possession of CDS (Marijuana). [Consequentially,] both suspects were released pending court.

4/5/17 – At approximately 1:16 pm officers responded to a residence on Georgia Road for a Theft complaint. Upon arrival, it was discovered that an outboard boat motor (Johnson 15 HP) was removed from the victims boat. The motor is estimated to be valued at $2,000.00. [The investigation is] pending further investigation.

4/4/17 – At approximately 9:16 pm Nicholas A. Kelley (M/20) of Pennsville was arrested and charged with Being Under the Influence of CDS and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Officers responded to a motor vehicle complaint in the Walmart parking lot and came across Kelley who was unconscious in his vehicle and appeared to be under the influence of CDS. [The incident is] pending court.

4/2/17 – At approximately 1:46 am Gregory E. Toft Jr., (M/29) of Pennsville was arrested and charged with Driving While Under the Influence. Toft was stopped on New Jersey Avenue for erratic driving and suspected of being under the influence. Toft was subsequently charged and processed then released pending court.

4/1/17 – At approximately 9:55 pm Misty L. Rude (F/36) of Pennsville was arrested and charged with Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest following a disturbance at a residence on Quaker Road. Officers responded for the disorderly complaint at which time Rude became irate and was placed under arrest. Rude resisted and had to be subdued. [Incident is] pending court.


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