The Gloucester County Law Enforcement Educational Resource Center’s Police Museum is located within the library of Rowan College at Gloucester County. The museum is open to the public six days a week and admission is free. The museum’s mission is to educate the public about law enforcement in Gloucester County. It features nearly a century’s worth of […]
Bellmawr Girl Scout Troop #30215 hosted an Internet Safety and Cyberbullying event tonight at the Bellmawr Ballroom. Guest speakers included members of the Bellmawr Police Department and Bell Oaks’ Technology Teacher/Peer Mediator, Nick Rizzo. The Girl Scouts earned an award for hosting this community event. Troop Leader Debbie Allen said: “I wish to extend my sincere […]
(Camden, NJ) – Members of the Camden County Sheriff’s Department and Camden County Police Department prevented a suicidal man from drowning in the Delaware River. At approximately 4:00 p.m. on October 31, police officers and a sheriff’s officer jumped into the Delaware River to save a man in distress adjacent to Pearl Street in North […]
Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo and Cherry Hill Police Chief William Monaghan reported a Willingboro man pled guilty on October 31 to charges related to a home invasion that occurred in Cherry Hill in February, 2012. Demetrius Murphy, 29, entered a guilty plea on to first-degree armed robbery and second-degree kidnapping in connection […]
Gloucester County Prosecutor Sean F. Dalton announced on November 1 a new Recovery Coach Program for addicted persons. He called this program the first step in helping individuals on the road to recovery. Dalton was joined by several municipal police chiefs and executives of Gloucester County’s two hospitals as he made the announcement. As […]
A Spruce Avenue resident asked Bellmawr Mayor Frank Filipek and Council at the October 27 meeting if a three-way stop sign could be installed at the corner of Spruce and Glenview. Cars on Spruce Avenue travel down the street at a high speed, the resident said. He brought a petition that had been signed by […]
The Bellmawr Zoning Board approved a Resolution at its October 18 meeting granting preliminary and final major site plan approval for the replacement and relocation of 12 Bellmawr Park Mutual Housing units. The 12 impacted units are located on Hickory Place, Willow Place, and Victory Drive.
Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo announced a non-fatal police-involved shooting by a Haddon Township police officer occurred this morning at approximately 9:41 am. A preliminary investigation revealed that the shooting occurred after the officer stopped a vehicle on North Route 130 near Alabama Road. While the officer attempted to identify the driver, the driver […]
The Resolutions* for Bellmawr Council’s October 27 meeting have been uploaded on Bellmawr.com. Among the Resolutions that Council approve are: A shared services agreement with the Borough of Woodlyne for the maintenance of their Public Works equipment through October 12, 2018. A shared services agreement with East Greenwich Township for the maintenance of their […]
At its Special Meeting on October 20, Bellmawr Council approved the Best Practices Worksheet.