Police: Man Pushes Victim Out of Moving Car

Also, police arrest several people for theft and shoplifting, including a Macy's cashier who allegedly used a customer's gift card to make $800 in purchases.

May 31

  • Demetrio Venitsky, 50, of Progress Place, Voorhees, arrested after police said he pushed another person out of a moving vehicle at the intersection of Fullerton Road and Mill Street. He was arrested under domestic violence laws and charged with aggravated assault and criminal restraint with injury, according to police. A warrant was issued for Venitsky and he was released on $10,000 bail.

June 1

  • Raymond Holmes, 54, of Busti Street, Philadelphia, arrested for receiving stolen property after he took possession of a 46-inch Samsung LED TV, valued at $2,942.47, from Boscov’s at the Moorestown Mall, police said. Holmes was committed to Burlington County Jail in lieu of $2,500 bail.

June 3

  • Sade Garvin, 20, of North Church Street, Moorestown, arrested after he gave a fake name to police when they showed up at for reports of a fight in progress. Garvin was charged with obstruction of the law and released on a special summons, police said.
  • Joaquin Rodriguez, 44, Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, arrested for shoplifting after police said he concealed 16 bottles of cologne—total value $803—inside a foil-lined bag to prevent setting off the anti-theft devices at at the Moorestown Mall. Rodriguez was charged with shoplifting and committed to Burlington County Jail on $2,500 bail.
  • Police arrested Shane Reice, 20, of Kenilworth Avenue, Moorestown; Nikolas Tranchik, 21, of Deborah Place, Blackwood; and Nicholas Denno, 21, of Harbor Drive, Palmyra, for , according to a report. All three were charged with motor vehicle burglary, criminal mischief and theft. Dennos was also charged with obstruction.

June 5

  • Serife Ayakta, 49, of Camelot Court, Cinnaminson, arrested for shoplifting two swimsuits—total value $197—from Boscov’s at the Moorestown Mall by concealing them inside a purse and a bag, police said. Ayakta was released on a summons.

June 6

  • Taryn Delricci, 22, of Heron Court, Medford, arrested for shoplifting after police said she concealed a $220 silver necklace in her shirt pocket at Sears at the Moorestown Mall. She was released on a summons.
  • Donovan Potts, 19, of Messenger Lane, Willingboro, was arrested for theft after he held onto a customer’s gift card and used it to make $796.38 worth of purchases while working as a cashier at at the Moorestown Mall, according to police. Potts was released on a summons.

June 7

  • Daniel Demarco, 19, of Tabernacle Road, Medford, and Renee Teti, 19, of South 20th Street, Philadelphia, were arrested after police caught them shoplifting from Sears at the Moorestown Mall. Police said they were had concealed $265.99 worth of clothing and jewelry in a handbag. Both were charged with shoplifting. Teti was also charged with presenting a fraudulent identification, police said.

All information provided by . An arrest does not indicate a conviction.


More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something
See more »