Tag: Edward Eldred

  • Edward Eldred

    Edward Eldred

    EDWARD WIETT ELDRED III was a career officer in the Camden Police Department. His grandparents, Edward and Lydia Eldred, had come to Camden sometime after 1930 and had settled at 231 North 3rd Street by 1942. Edward Eldred III was born in Camden on April 1, 1943 to Alma Edward W. Eldred Jr. His family…

  • ELDRED, EDWARD W., III

    Of Sicklerville, NJ on November 28, 2006. Aged 63 years. Beloved husband of Helen (nee Miller). Devoted father of Danielle of Sicklerville, Courtney of Maple Shade and Stephen of Williamstown. Dear brother of Janet Eldred and Donna Beideman of Bellmawr. Born and raised in Camden, Ed later moved to Sicklerville with his family where he…

  • Man, Youth Charged in Hydrant Incident

    Man, Youth Charged in Hydrant Incident

    Camden Courier-Post – October 5, 1989 CAMDEN – A 25-year-old Mount Ephraim man and a Somerdale juvenile were arrested by Camden police yesterday and charged with illegally diverting water from a fire hydrant into a truck used for commercial steam cleaning. The adult was identified as Dwayne Herbert, of the 900 block of West Bell…

  • Police News of New Jersey – June/July 1985

    Police News of New Jersey – June/July 1985

    CAMDEN- During the year 1984, the City of Camden was plagued with an increasing number of auto thefts. This was not a problem confined to the City but also a stated and national problem. During the year 1984, Camden received 1834 auto theft reports. Also during that year 1984, 1075 autos had been stolen outside…

  • Car Theft: City Force Gaining Ground on Crime

    Camden Courier-Post – March 17, 1985 That wasn’t always the case. Statistics compiled by police in Camden city show nearly 300 stolen cars had been coming into the city each month late last year and early this year. They were being taken from the many shopping centers, apartment complexes and parking lots throughout the county.…

  • Police, Community Get Acquainted

    Police, Community Get Acquainted

    By JEFFREY BRAMNICK, Courier-Post Staff CAMDEN – The guests ate cookies, and drank coffee and soda while waiting for the master of the house to give them a tour. In groups of two and three, newly appointed police Chief Bob Pugh took about 30 guests through the brick building at Federal Street and Haddon Avenue,…

  • 9 Added to Police, Fire Units

    9 Added to Police, Fire Units

    Camden Courier-Post – March 17, 1966 Six policemen and three firemen were added to the city forces yesterday in appointments made by Keith Kauffman, director of public safety. The new patrolmen are Robert F. Whalen, 25, of 2957 Hartford Road; Edward F. Eldred, 22, of 1014 Kenwood Avenue; Robert D. Bergman, 22, of 3148 Waldorf…