Pemberton Township Police Department

  • Agency: Pemberton Township Police Department
  • Address: 500 Pemberton Browns Mills Rd, Pemberton, 08068 NJ
  • Chief: David H Jantas (Chief of Police)
Phone: 609-723-8300
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Pemberton Township Police Department is located at 500 Pemberton Browns Mills Rd, Pemberton, 08068 NJ. The Chief of Police of the department is David H Jantas. The Pemberton Township Police Department phone number is 609-723-8300.

Pemberton Township Police Department News

The Pemberton Township Police are joining the American Heart Association in collecting donations for the Little Hats, Big Hearts program. Anyone who wishes to participate may drop off their knitted or crocheted hats in a drop box located within Police Records at the municipal building in Pemberton Township. Donations can also be dropped off after hours at the Police Department. The municipal building is open Monday-Friday, 8-4:30pm. Deadline for donations is Friday, January 26th by 4:30pm.

The Pemberton Township Police Department would like to congratulate and welcome the below new Officers to our ranks. The new Officers graduated the Camden County Police Academy on 12/21/2017 and will begin the challenging field training program for the next few months. Patrolman Harrell Patrolman Cane Patrolman Pofahl Patrolman Knudsen Patrolman Emerson Patrolman deCharleroy Patrolman Mann Patrolman Evangelista We would also like to congratulate Patrolman Cane for being awarded the Captain Thomas J. McDonnell Award which is presented to "the recruit who demonstrates the highest overall achievement and core values that exemplify the standard goals of the Law Enforcement profession". Good job!

The Pemberton Township Police Department would like to send a special thanks to Mrs. Winters' second grade class at the Fort Dix Elementary School for thinking of the police during the holiday season. The letters they sent are greatly appreciated and mean the world to the men and women of the police department.

PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT PRESS RELEASE For More Information Call: David King Investigative Division Commander 609-894-3351 For Release December 12, 2017 Residential Shooting INCIDENT: Shooting WHEN: December 11, 2017 at approximately 2341 hrs. WHERE: 312 Serrano Trail WHO: 26 y/o B/M resident DETAILS: On 12/11/2017 at 2341 hrs., members of the Pemberton Township Police Department responded to 312 Serrano Trail in reference to a shooting. Upon arrival, a victim was located inside the residence with a gunshot wound to the left arm. The bullet traveled through the victim’s arm and struck his side, but did not enter. The victim was transported to Cooper Hospital by ground. Also located inside the residence were four other subjects to include a 4 y/o and 11 m/o. The victim stated that he was inside the downstairs bedroom when several gunshots came through his bedroom window, at which time was struck in the arm. One of the children and one female subject were in the room at the time of the incident. Officers located seven (7) projectile casings outside of the window. The victim remains in Cooper Hospital and is in stable condition at this time. Anyone with any additional information or who may have witnessed this collision please contact the Pemberton Township Police Department at (609) 894-3310 or Police Confidential Tip Line at (609) 894-3352.

PEMBERTON TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT PRESS RELEASE For More Information Call: David King Investigative Division Commander 609-894-3351 For Release December 12, 2017 Residential Shooting INCIDENT: Shooting WHEN: December 11, 2017 at approximately 2341 hrs. WHERE: 312 Serrano Trail WHO: 26 y/o B/M resident DETAILS: On 12/11/2017 at 2341 hrs., members of the Pemberton Township Police Department responded to 312 Serrano Trail in reference to a shooting. Upon arrival, a victim was located inside the residence with a gunshot wound to the left arm. The bullet traveled through the victim’s arm and struck his side, but did not enter. The victim was transported to Cooper Hospital by ground. Also located inside the residence were four other subjects to include a 4 y/o and 11 m/o. The victim stated that he was inside the downstairs bedroom when several gunshots came through his bedroom window, at which time was struck in the arm. One of the children and one female subject were in the room at the time of the incident. Officers located seven (7) projectile casings outside of the window. The victim remains in Cooper Hospital and is in stable condition at this time. Anyone with any additional information or who may have witnessed this collision please contact the Pemberton Township Police Department at (609) 894-3310 or Police Confidential Tip Line at (609) 894-3352.

The Pemberton Township Police Department would like to express our deepest thanks to the staff and students of the Haines Lower Elementary School for the special projects created by the students for the hard working officers of our township. The wonderfully drawn pictures and thoughtful words of encouragement are greatly appreciated and loved by the entire staff. Thank you, though a little word, has a deep meaning to all of us here at the Police Department. We will continue our passionate efforts to keep our community safe

A Message From Chief Jantas: Motor vehicle stops by police are a necessary component of keeping our communities and highways safe. They can be stressful and sometimes controversial. The New Jersey Office of the Attorney General has started the Safe Stop NJ Program to educate our citizens on the actions you should take if stopped by the police while driving. I am providing an informative link outlining the Attorney Generals information that I encourage you to share with your friends and family members: http://www.nj.gov/oag/safestopnj/ To take things a step further, I am providing a link to information provided by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) that echoes many of the recommendations of the NJ Attorney General: https://www.aclu.org/files/kyr/MKG17-KYR-PoliceImmigrationFBI-OnePager-English-v01.pdf Both organizations agree that the time of the motor vehicle stop is not the time to engage in an argument. If you feel you have been stopped improperly, discriminated against or somehow been treated unfairly, file a complaint…That is your right and it will be taken very seriously.

Though Domestic Violence Awareness month has come to an end it is important to stay mindful year round. Volunteer today for the Domestic Response Team and help support victims of domestic violence in their time of crisis.

Pemberton Township Police Department David H. Jantas, Chief of Police NEWS RELEASE Non-Emergency: 609.723.8300 Emergency - 911 CONFIDENTIAL TIP LINE 609.894.3352 "Help the Law - Make the Call" Increased Patrol Presence/Drug Arrests: Arrested: Michael Guerra, 33 years old of Browns Mills Dale Blevins Jr., 26 years old of Browns Mills Andrew Rowand, 21 years old of Browns Mills Christopher Baker, 35 years old of Browns Mills Jahmel Johnson, 20 years old of Trenton, NJ 17 year old juvenile of Trenton, NJ October 10th, 2017 the Pemberton Township Police Department increased patrols in the area of the Browns Mills Shopping Center (7 Juliustown Rd) as well as other areas around the shopping center due to increased reports of criminal activity. As a result six people were taken into custody for various offenses. Michael Guerra was charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Dale Blevins Jr., Andrew Rowand, Jahmel Johnson and a 17 year old juvenile were charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. Christopher Baker was charged with Distribution of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. All are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Anyone with information of this crime or any other is asked to contact the Pemberton Township Police Department at (609) 894-3310 or the Confidential Tip Line at (609) 894-3352.

Pemberton Township Police Department David H. Jantas, Chief of Police NEWS RELEASE Non-Emergency: 609.723.8300 Emergency - 911 CONFIDENTIAL TIP LINE 609.894.3352 "Help the Law - Make the Call" Increased Patrol Presence/Drug Arrests: Arrested: Michael Guerra, 33 years old of Browns Mills Nathan McMahon, 35 years old of Browns Mills Jessica Chamberlain, 31 years old of Browns Mills Michael Jobes, 37 years old of Browns Mills Brandy Lawton, 26 years old of Browns Mills John Pitts, 29 years old of Browns Mills During the week of October 2nd through October 6th, 2017 the Pemberton Township Police Department increased patrols in the area of the Browns Mills Shopping Center (7 Juliustown Rd) as well as other areas around the shopping center due to increased reports of criminal activity. As a result six people were taken into custody for various offenses. Michael Guerra, Nathan McMahon, Jessica Chamberlain and Brandy Lawton were arrested and charged Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Michael Jobes was charged with Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. John Pitts was charged with Distribution of a Controlled Dangerous Substance. All are presumed to be innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Anyone with information of this crime or any other is asked to contact the Pemberton Township Police Department at (609) 894-3310 or the Confidential Tip Line at (609) 894-3352.

Pemberton Township Police Department David H. Jantas, Chief of Police NEWS RELEASE Non-Emergency: 609.723.8300 Emergency - 911 CONFIDENTIAL TIP LINE 609.894.3352 "Help the Law - Make the Call" Robbery Investigation: On 10/06/2017 at approximately 1309 hrs, the Pemberton Township Police Department (with the assistance from the New Hanover Police Department) took a report from a 25 year old First Energy (Jersey Central Power & Light) worker who reported that while she was in the area of Larch Ave reading meters she was approached by a subject who demanded money from her. During the encounter the suspect allegedly displayed what the victim believed to be a handgun. The victim was able to get away from the suspect and report the incident to police. During the investigation 22 year old Davyn O’Neil of Browns Mills was identified as the suspect in the case. Pemberton Township Police along with the New Jersey State Police TEAMS Unit executed a search warrant at the suspects residence and evidence pertaining to the case was recovered. O’Neil was subsequently charged with Robbery by Force as well as Weapons Offenses. O’Neil was lodged in the Burlington County Detention Center. Anyone with information of this crime or any other is asked to contact the Pemberton Township Police Department at (609) 894-3310 or the Confidential Tip Line at (609) 894-3352.

Pemberton Township Police Department David H. Jantas, Chief of Police NEWS RELEASE Non-Emergency: 609.723.8300 Emergency - 911 CONFIDENTIAL TIP LINE 609.894.3352 "Help the Law - Make the Call" Burglary Investigation: On October 1st, 2017 at 1:24am Patrol Officers were dispatched to a burglar alarm at the Country Farms Convenience Store. Responding Officers discovered the glass front door of the business had been broken. A review of the surveillance system showed a subject had broken the front door, entered the business and stole cigarettes while inside. An investigation by Patrol Officers developed a suspect and on October 5th, 2017 Officers found Malek Floyd of Browns Mills walking in town wearing clothing items which matched the suspect in the video. Further investigation revealed that Floyd was believed to be the subject who entered the Country Farms that night and he was arrested. Floyd was charged with Burglary by Entering a Structure, Theft by Unlawful Taking and Criminal Mischief. He was lodged at the Burlington County Detention Center. Anyone with information of this crime or any other is asked to contact the Pemberton Township Police Department at (609) 894-3310 or the Confidential Tip Line at (609) 894-3352.

The Pemberton Township Police Department is looking for assistance from the public in locating a missing person. Cody MacPherson was last seen at a residence in the Browns Mills section of Pemberton Township. If anyone has any information on the whereabouts of MacPherson please contact the Pemberton Township Police Department at 609-723-8300.

Pemberton Township Police Department David H. Jantas, Chief of Police NEWS RELEASE Non-Emergency: 609.723.8300 Emergency - 911 CONFIDENTIAL TIP LINE 609.894.3352 "Help the Law - Make the Call" On August 11, 2017, Ptl. Wolf responded to a residence on Norcross Lane for the report of a fight between several individuals. Upon arrival, the victims stated they were physically assaulted by several subjects but did not need medical attention. The victims refused to file complaints. On August 12, 2017, Ptl. Reynolds-Vezos responded to a business on Lakehurst Road for a report of a male subject threatening employees. The victim signed a citizen’s complaint for harassment. On August 12, 2017, Ptl. Bennet responded to a business on Juliustown Road for a report of a suspect harassing and threatening employees. The suspect left the premises before police arrival only to return later that evening when she was arrested as a defiant trespasser. The suspect was identified as Csilla Washington, age 43. On August 13, 2017, Ptl. Hall responded to Snow Avenue for a report of a suspicious vehicle. A search of the vehicle revealed a bag of marijuana and a loaded pistol. One of the occupants, Jeffrey Cole, age 18, was arrested for unlawful possession of a weapon and possession of CDs. On August 14, 2017, Ptl. Sawyer responded to the Mirror Lake Beach for a report of criminal mischief to property. It was determined that large rocks were thrown at the fence causing damage. Investigation is ongoing. On August 15, 2017, Ptl. Glass responded to a business on Fort Dix Road for a report of shoplifting. A suspect was seen placing items into her purse and proceeded to the register in an attempt to use a family first card not belonging to her. When asked about the items in her purse, she fled the scene. Further investigations revealed the identity of the suspect and a warrant has been issued for her arrest. On August 16, 2017, Ptl. Phillips observed a male subject riding his bike in the dark with no visible light acting suspicious. Upon questioning, the subject revealed stolen property in his backpack. The subject, Demarcus Taylor, age 26, was arrested and the property was returned to the owner. On August 16, 2017, Ptl. Rossetti responded to Acme in Browns Mills for a report of shoplifting. A suspect was seen placing items into her bag and leaving the store. The suspect, Stephanie Stein, age 22, was arrested for shoplifting. On August 16, 2017, Ptl. Rossetti responded to the Acme in Browns Mills for a report of shoplifting. A male suspect was seen taking a large bag of seafood and leaving the store. Investigation is ongoing. On August 18, 2017, Ptl. Brewer responded to Perdue Avenue for a report of an unconscious male. Ptl. Brewer observed several packets of a substance believed to be heroin on the floor near the subject. The subject was transported to Deborah for further evaluation. On August 22, 2017, Ptl. Danka responded to a residence on Pepper Road for a report of an unconscious female subject. Upon arriving at the scene, Ptl. Danka found several packets of a substance believed to be heroin and administered a dose of Narcan to the subject. EMT personnel transported the subject to Lourdes ER at Deborah for further evaluation. On August 22, 2017, Ptl. Wolf responded to the Acme in Browns Mills for a report of shoplifting. A male suspect was seen leaving the store with a large amount of seafood without paying. Investigation is ongoing. On August 24, 2017, Ptl. Cestare responded to Lourdes ER at Deborah for the report of a fight in the waiting room. Upon arrival, it was found that two women were fighting about the way the emergency was handled before arriving at the ER. Both subjects declined to sign complaints. On August 24, 2017, Ptl. Rossetti performed a routine traffic stop and found an occupant of the vehicle to be in possession of packets of suspected heroin. The suspect, Mary Elmendorf, age 47, was arrested for possession of CDS. On August 24, 2017, Ptl. Phillips responded to a residence on Lafayette Avenue for a report of a stolen vehicle. Ptl. Phillips observed the vehicle nearby and found the driver to also be in possession of various illegal substances. Demarcus Taylor, age 26, was arrested for theft, criminal mischief, and possession. On August 25, 2017, Ptl. Rossetti responded to a residence on Lemmon Avenue for a report of gunshots. The victim stated that she heard several gunshots, and then was struck by glass debris from a projectile that broke a window. The glass debris caused minor injuries, the victim refused medical treatment. The investigation is ongoing. On August 25, 2017, Ptl. Smith responded to Pemberton Boulevard for a report of a forced entry into a residence. The victim was home at the time when she heard someone kick in her door and set off her alarm. Investigation is ongoing. On August 26, 2017, Ptl. Wolf reported to a residence on Lakeview Boulevard for a report of a female subject being robbed at gunpoint. The victim stated that she and two friends were walking along Orange Avenue when two black males approached them from a vehicle, one in which held a handgun. The two demanded the trio to surrender their belongings and then fled the scene. The victims refused to file complaints or cooperate with an investigation. On September 1, 2017, ZPtl. Reynolds-Vezos responded to a motor vehicle accident on Pemberton-Browns Mills Road. Upon arrival, it was revealed that a subject involved in the accident had several warrants for another township and was subsequently arrested. The subject was identified as Desmond Matthews, age 26. On September 1, 2017, Ptl. Reynolds-Vezos responded to a residence on Red Feather Trail for a report of trespassing. Three hooded subjects were seen in the driveway of the victim attempting to vandalize the home’s security camera’s. The subjects fled the scene, investigation is ongoing.

Pemberton Township Police Department David H. Jantas, Chief of Police NEWS RELEASE Non-Emergency: 609.723.8300 Emergency - 911 CONFIDENTIAL TIP LINE 609.894.3352 "Help the Law - Make the Call" On July 19, 2017, Ptl. Doyle reported to Sheep Pen Hill Road for a report of a plane crash. Upon arrival, the officer was met by the pilot who only suffered a minor injury to his left hand. The plane was crop dusting when it lost power and quickly descended into a ditch partially filled with water leaving the plane overturned. The pilot managed to escape with minor injuries. On July 27, 2017, a subject left the TD Bank in Pemberton Borough after making a withdrawal of cash when he was approached by two black males in hooded sweatshirts. The suspects threatened the subject with a weapon and stole his cash, wallet, and cell phone. Investigations are still in progress. On July 29, 2017, Ptl. Wills responded to the Acme Store in Browns Mills for a report of shoplifting. Two males were observed placing goods into a cart and leaving the facility without paying. The suspects were identified as Lewis Mellor, age 79, and Michael Guerra, age 33. Both were arrested and charged with shoplifting. On August 2, 2017, Ptl. Gant responded to a residence on Liberty Street for a report of a subject acting unstable. Upon arrival, the subject was observed to be acting erratic. He was evaluated by medical personnel and it was determined to be an overdose. He was transported to the Lourdes Emergency room for further evaluation. On August 3, 2017, Ptl. Smith reported to Kinsley Road for information regarding a stolen Uhaul Truck. The driver of the vehicle identified as Nyron Chin, age 19, was arrested for receiving stolen property. On August 3, 2017, Ptl. Phillips responded to a residence on Lemmon Avenue for an activated burglar alarm. Upon arrival, Ptl. Phillips observed a male suspect on the sidewalk waking away from the residence carrying a bag. The officer inspected the bag and found several items that are recognized as belonging to the property owner. Carl Williams, age 28, was arrested for burglary, theft, and possession of drug paraphernalia. On August 6, 2017, Sgt. Hood conducted a motor vehicle stop on Lakehurst Road for motor vehicle violation. Further investigation revealed that the driver was intoxicated and was arrested for DUI. The driver was identified as Daniel Stemmer, age 26. On August 6, 2017, Ptl. Wills observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed on Ridgeview Avenue. Ptl. Wills eventually stopped the vehicle in Crichton Elementary School parking lot. Upon speaking to the occupants of the vehicle, Ptl. Wills detected the odor of Marijuana and observed a subject with several outstanding warrants who was identified as Tauron Henderson, age 24. A search of the occupants and the vehicle revealed suspected marijuana, a variety of prescription drugs, crack-cocaine, and heroin. The four occupants were placed under arrest, Andre Williams, age 18, Enveye Morris, age 18, Tauron Henderson, age 24, and a juvenile male. On August 7, 2017, Ptl. Glass responded to a residence on Briar Street for a report of an unconscious male. Ptl. Glass provided a dose of Narcan and the subject regained consciousness, however, refused further treatment. On August 7, 2017, Ptl. Hall responded to the intersection of Weymouth Road and Rancocas Lane for a report of a motor vehicle accident. Upon further investigation the driver identified as Rosalee Carrasquillo, age 21, was found to be operating the vehicle under the influence of alcohol. Carrasquillo was then placed under arrest for DUI. On August 9, 2017, Ptl. Wolf conducted a motor vehicle stop on Trenton Road. Ptl. Wolf detected the strong odor of marijuana emanating from the vehicle upon his contact with the driver. Further investigation revealed marijuana. The driver, identified as Jose Biamon-Ortiz, age 18, was charged and released pending court. On August 9, 2017, Ptl. Cestare responded to a motor vehicle accident on East Lakeshore Drive. Further investigation revealed the driver was under the influence of alcohol. The driver, identified as Gary Davidson, age 51, was arrested for DUI. On August 9, 2017, Ptl. Kinney responded to a residence on Lakehurst Road for a report of trespassing. Upon further investigation it was determined the person was not allowed to be on location, the suspect was identified as Michelle Parks, age 34, was arrested for defiant trespassing and resisting arrest.

Pemberton Township Police Department David H. Jantas, Chief of Police NEWS RELEASE Non-Emergency: 609.723.8300 Emergency - 911 CONFIDENTIAL TIP LINE 609.894.3352 "Help the Law - Make the Call" On June 27, 2017 Ptl. T. Wolf responded to Magnolia Road across from the Magnolia Bar for a report of a male unconscious in a vehicle. Further investigation revealed the driver was believed to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The driver was identified Robert Breitzman, age 21. Mr. Breitzman was charged with driving while under the influence, refusal to submit to chemical testing, and also issued a summons. On July 1, 2017 Sgt. P. Delagarza was dispatched to an address on Pepper Road for a report of a male on location attempting to steal tools from the residence. While enroute officers were advised that the suspect’s vehicle had left location and were provided with a description of the same. The suspect’s vehicle was stopped by Sgt. J. Watters who made contact with the occupants. While speaking with the occupants of the vehicle it was determined that two of the three had active warrants from Lumberton Township. Both subjects were processed on the active warrants. Investigation is ongoing. On July 3, 2017 Ptl. J. Hall was dispatched to a residence on the 600 block of Weymouth Road for a report of an attempted burglary to a residence. The caller stated that shortly after arriving home he was able to observe pry marks to a door. No entry was made to the residence. Investigation is on-going in this matter. On July 4, 2017 Ptl. J. Danka conducted a motor vehicle stop on Noteboom Avenue. Investigation revealed that the passenger was in possession of crack-cocaine. The passenger was identified as Pasquale Palumbo, age 46. Mr. Palumbo was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine. The driver was issued a motor vehicle summons for the observed violation by Ptl. J. Danka. On July 4, 2017 Ptl. V. Cestare was dispatched to Juliustown Road near the Burger King for a report of a possible assault victim. The female identified as Rena Kratzer, age 36. As a result of the investigation, Ms. Kratzer was arrested and charged with possession of hypodermic syringes, credit card theft, and fraudulent use of a credit card. On July 5, 2017, Ptl. Rossetti responded to the McDonalds restaurant on Trenton Road for a report of a possible stabbing. The victim stated that he was approached by the suspect inside McDonalds asking about money he owed. The victim and the suspect were then involved in a brief physical altercation outside the restaurant, after which the suspect fled on foot while the victim was transported to the Lourdes Emergency room at Deborah Hospital by a third person. Investigation is ongoing. On 7/5/17, Ptl. Glass responded to the 200 block of Kinsley Road in Sunbury Village for a report of a stolen bicycle. The victim reported that his Schwinn brand bicycle was taken from the yard of his residence between the hours of 2:50-3pm. Around 5:30pm later that day, the bicycle was located at Mirror Lake Beach and was transported to the station where the victim was able take possession of his stolen property. On July 12, 2017, Ptl. Glass and Ptl. Kinney responded to a residence on Pemberton-Browns Mills Road for a report of a burglary. The victim and a witness stated that upon returning home around 8pm they observed several juveniles/young adults exiting his residence and fled the property on bicycles. Upon entering the home, the victim found various items missing and contacted the police. After investigating, some of the victim’s property was recovered from a residence on Crescent Drive and three juveniles and one adult was arrested. On July 13, 2017, Ptl. White observed a passenger throwing fireworks from a moving vehicle on Lakehurst Road. A juvenile passenger admitted to the deed and was arrested for disorderly conduct for his actions. On July 13, 2017, Sgt Hood responded to the 500 block of Laurel Blvd for the report of an intoxicated individual that was attempting to assault his neighbors. After speaking to the victims, Sgt Hood placed the individual identified as Owen Alustiza, age 23, under arrest for disorderly conduct. On July 16, 2017, Ptl. Doyle responded to the area of Kinsley Road and Norcross Lane for the report of subjects shooting off flares. Several witnesses stated they saw three juveniles shooting off the flares and throwing them in the direction of the witnesses and into their mailbox. The juveniles fled on foot upon arrival of the police, however, one of the suspects was located and arrested for possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose. On July 11, 2017, Ptl Reynolds-Vezos responded to the 200 block of Norcross Lane for a report of vandalism. Upon arrival, it was observed that the victim’s vehicle sustained major damage to the windshield and both driver and passenger windows. Ptl. Reynolds-Vezos was able to locate several rocks within the vehicle that most likely caused the damage. Investigations are still underway.

Due to inclement weather the Pemberton Township Water Carnival will be postponed to Sunday July 30, 2017.

We are pleased to announce that this year’s event will include fireworks! Thank you to the PBA Local 260 and local businesses that have made fireworks possible this year. The PBA Local 260 has been hard at work gathering donations to make this year’s fireworks display possible. As a reminder, this is a FREE community event held in the field adjacent to the Pemberton Township Municipal Building. The event is held on Tuesday August 1, 2017 from 5PM-9PM. Mark your calendars and join us for a night out against crime, violence, and drugs by promoting prevention, safety, and neighborhood unity. There will be games, face painting, crafts, music, a magician, and FREE giveaways. Please join us to celebrate and meet some of your local police and other members of the community. In addition, we will be holding our “touch a truck” event which will include interactive displays. A car show including trophies will be held this year as well so don’t forget to vote for your favorite! The PBA Local 260 will host a FREE bicycle giveaway including 6 bicycles and will also be selling t-shirts throughout the night. All participants in the giveaways MUST BE PRESENT to win. All giveaways are while supplies last. Thank you and we look forward to making this a great event with your help

We are pleased to announce that this year’s event will include fireworks! Thank you to the PBA Local 260 and local businesses that have made fireworks possible this year. The PBA Local 260 has been hard at work gathering donations to make this year’s fireworks display possible. As a reminder, this is a FREE community event held in the field adjacent to the Pemberton Township Municipal Building. The event is held on Tuesday August 1, 2017 from 5PM-9PM. Mark your calendars and join us for a night out against crime, violence, and drugs by promoting prevention, safety, and neighborhood unity. There will be games, face painting, crafts, music, a magician, and FREE giveaways. Please join us to celebrate and meet some of your local police and other members of the community. In addition, we will be holding our “touch a truck” event which will include interactive displays. A car show including trophies will be held this year as well so don’t forget to vote for your favorite! The PBA Local 260 will host a FREE bicycle giveaway including 6 bicycles and will also be selling t-shirts throughout the night. All participants in the giveaways MUST BE PRESENT to win. All giveaways are while supplies last. Thank you and we look forward to making this a great event with your help!

Pemberton Township Police Department 500 Pemberton Browns Mills Road, Pemberton, New Jersey 08068 Telephone (609) 894-3308 - Fax (609) 894-0302 David H. Jantas www.pembertonpolice.com Chief of Police Lt. Brian Wechkus Investigations Commander Administrative Commander Lt. David King Patrol Commander July 13, 2017 Dear Resident, On Saturday July 29, 2017, (Rain Date July 30, 2017) the annual Pemberton Township Water Carnival will be taking place at Mirror Lake. There are expected to be large crowds attending the events that will be performed at various locations along the lakefront. The crowds and traffic will affect your neighborhood. In order to provide a safe and secure environment as possible, there will be various parking prohibitions as well as Road Closings in addition to the usual parking prohibitions. The following roadways will have restrictions: No Parking: Verbena Street: one side (all day) Eldridge Street: one side (all day) between North Lakeshore and South Brynwood Press Avenue: both sides (all day) between South Lakeshore and Bishop Road Closures (beginning at approximately 6 PM): North Lakeshore Drive (between Eldridge and Verbena) Clematis Street (between North Lakeshore and South Brynwood) South Lakeshore Drive (between Press and Bishop) Albion Way (between South Lakeshore and Press) Lakehurst Road will be one lane of traffic in each direction No traffic will be permitted during these times. If you must use your vehicles during this period, please be sure to park it outside the restricted areas as access may be denied inside the secure locations. Bicycles and pets, with the exception of service animals will not be allowed in the event area. All times are subject to change without notice. Thank you for cooperating with us in making this community celebration a big success. Lt. David King Patrol Division Commander Pemberton Township Police Department

Pemberton Township Police Department 500 Pemberton Browns Mills Road, Pemberton, New Jersey 08068 Telephone (609) 894-3308 - Fax (609) 894-0302 David H. Jantas www.pembertonpolice.com Chief of Police Lt. Brian Wechkus Investigations Commander Administrative Commander Lt. David King Patrol Commander July 13, 2017 Dear Resident, On Saturday July 29, 2017, (Rain Date July 30, 2017) the annual Pemberton Township Water Carnival will be taking place at Mirror Lake. There are expected to be large crowds attending the events that will be performed at various locations along the lakefront. The crowds and traffic will affect your neighborhood. In order to provide a safe and secure environment as possible, there will be various parking prohibitions as well as Road Closings in addition to the usual parking prohibitions. The following roadways will have restrictions: No Parking: Verbena Street: one side (all day) Eldridge Street: one side (all day) between North Lakeshore and South Brynwood Press Avenue: both sides (all day) between South Lakeshore and Bishop Road Closures (beginning at approximately 6 PM): North Lakeshore Drive (between Eldridge and Verbena) Clematis Street (between North Lakeshore and South Brynwood) South Lakeshore Drive (between Press and Bishop) Albion Way (between South Lakeshore and Press) Lakehurst Road will be one lane of traffic in each direction No traffic will be permitted during these times. If you must use your vehicles during this period, please be sure to park it outside the restricted areas as access may be denied inside the secure locations. Bicycles and pets, with the exception of service animals will not be allowed in the event area. All times are subject to change without notice. Thank you for cooperating with us in making this community celebration a big success. Lt. David King Patrol Division Commander Pemberton Township Police Department