Evesham Township's annual Cops in Shops program nets 10 arrests for underage possession and providing alcohol to underage people.
Two Moorestown men were among seven adults nabbed for alcohol violations in Evesham Township’s Cops in Shops program on Black Friday. Ferdinand Maloney, 22, was charged with providing alcohol to an underage person, while Alexander Julia, 20, was charged with underage possession of alcohol through the operation, according to police. Along with Maloney, Alexander Monczewski, 21, of Cherry Hill; Andreas Prinz, 25, of Marlton; and Steven Conroy, 21, Stratford, were also arrested and charged with providing alcohol to an underage person. Samuel Gasparre, 20, of Mount Laurel, and Joshua Pattani, 18, of Marlton, were also charged with underage possession, police said. There were also three teens under the age of 18 charged with underage …
The two men were contractors working at the home over the summer when they burglarized it.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Rob Scott
Friday, September 30, 2011
A joint investigation between Moorestown and Evesham police led to the arrests of two Marlton men accused of stealing more than $71,000 worth of jewelry from a Moorestown home where they had been contracted to work this summer, police said. Moorestown Police Sgt. Lee Lieber said Joseph Lutz III, of Overington Avenue, Marlton, was arrested by Evesham Police Wednesday on an unrelated matter. During a subsequent investigation, Evesham Police learned Lutz and Christopher Fleury, who lives at the same address, had been responsible for a burglary at a home on the 800 block of Golf View Road, Lieber said. Lutz and Fleury were employees of a pool company and were working at the home, the sergeant said. In mid to late July, the two men entered the …