Traffic Stop, Disturbance Call Lead to Drug Arrests

Moorestown Police also arrest a Mount Laurel man for allegedly swindling a sports equipment company out of more than $14,000.

Dec. 1

  • Thomas Fitzpatrick, 18, of Regenhard Avenue, Moorestown, arrested after police found him in possession of marijuana (under 50 grams) and drug paraphernalia during a motor vehicle stop on Borton Landing Road, according to a report.

Dec. 4

  • Stephen Haag, 21, Teddington Way, Mount Laurel, arrested for using the store register at Golfsmith International, on Route 38 in Moorestown, to place $14,394.52 worth of orders for himself, according to a report. He was charged with theft by deception and released on a summons.

Dec. 5

  • James Riccardi, 24, of Salem Road, Moorestown, arrested after police responded to a disturbance and allegedly found him with smoking pipes, plastic baggies, containers and rolling papers, according to a report. Riccardi was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and released on a summons.
  • Rosalia Randazzo, 43, of East Central Avenue, Moorestown, arrested for shoplifting after she changed the price tags on two dresses at Boscov’s for a total loss of $43.45, according to police. She was charged and released on a summons.

Dec. 6

  • Lonnie Wilkerson, 40, of Elm Avenue, Oaklyn, arrested after he stole four Michael Kors wallets, valued at $482, from Macy’s at the Moorestown Mall, according to a report. Wilkerson was charged with shoplifting and possession of burglar tools, after police found him with a wire-cutting device as well. He was committed to Burlington County Jail on $2,500 bail.

Information provided by Moorestown Police. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.

colleen December 13, 2012 at 07:01 AM
Damn fine police work- u busted another 18 yr old w a little weed. Now I can sleep finally knowing u got him. This is ur tax$ Moorestown residents & these are ur kids futures being destroyed so cops can get overtime pay doing paperwork on pot busts. Ur paying lots more than u realize-Trust Me!


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