Stuffing Your Bra Isn't Always a Good Idea
Meet the latest suspects in crazy police-related news from around New Jersey.
Each week, Patch combs through the more shocking, surprising and often absurd alleged criminal acts and police-related incidents that unfold throughout New Jersey. Here’s what went on last week for “OMGs from NJ PDs.”
A Different Kind of Padded Bra: Many ladies look to enhance their assets, but may we suggest that they avoid narcotics to do so? Wayne Police say Cindy Lou Vandermark didn’t get the message in time. She allegedly stuffed her bra with 30 bags of heroin and assorted paraphernalia, which police found during a traffic stop.
Wanted—Better Getaway Cart: Planning is usually the key to a clean getaway. So it seems like the thieves that broke into Minisink Pool Club in Chatham didn't figure into the golf cart pooping out. The thieves dumped the cart in the woods, but police said the suspects also made off with electronics and air horns. Be on the look out for people blowing air horns while browsing the Web.
Find a New Line of Work, Part 1: Fifth time’s the charm (we can hope) for a Franklin Park man who led police on a chase before getting charged with his fifth DUI. Not only did William Campbell roll through a stop sign, but he almost hit a South Brunswick Police car and decided—as so many people featured in OMG PDs do—to lead the officer on a chase. During the pursuit, he tried to intentionally hit the police car, according to reports. After all of this, it shouldn’t surprise anyone that Campbell has 10 driver’s license suspensions to his name.
Find a New Line of Work, Part 2: A Cinnaminson man isn’t exactly adept at breaking into cars, or at least at getting away with it, police say. Palmyra Police charged Sean Pavlichko with breaking into cars there—just a month after he was charged with the same crime.
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