Sign Up for Mailing List   Contact Us   Advertise    Request Reprints of Articles
N E W S,  O P I N I O N,  C O M M E N T A R Y

       L A W   E N F O R C E M E N T   M A G A Z I N E

2014 NJ Police Training & Schools

Visit Us on Facebook

Follow Us on Twitter

Police Training
Schools Section




NJ Law Enforcement

Site Search


Roll Call


Photo of the Week


Site Map



Police News

News Archives Nation

News Archives NJ

L/O Duty Deaths




LE Equipment

LEO Gifts


Click here to receive NJ Law Enforcement Bulletins



NJ Police Training

National Training



Invest Resources

NJ Media Center

10 Deadly Sins

NJ Newspapers

Comp Time Law

NJ Most Wanted

Police Videos

Entry Level


Police Poems

National Police Week



IA Resource Center

Garrity Warning




About Us & Info


Contact Us

Contact Us


Satellite Phones  An Asset
for Disasters


Law Enforcement


Stinger Flashlights

What you Need to Know  Before Making a Purchase!


PBA Loan


Police and Law Enforcement Home  >  Nice Job in Nabbing Bank Robber


Nice Job in Nabbing
Bank Robber

Police and Law Enforcement News
Thursday, March 10, 2006 3:21 p.m.

We missed this last month but wanted to highlight the good work by officers of the Stratford and Magnolia police departments and the Camden County Prosecutor's Office.

Detectives of the Stratford Police Department affected an arrest last month of a suspect wanted on connection with an armed robbery that occurred on Thursday February 9, 2006 at the PNC Bank in Stratford according to Chief Ronald M. Morello







Chief Morello said that the armed robbery occurred during the early afternoon hours on February 9, 2006. The below suspect is charged with threatening occupants of the bank with a bomb and demanding money.

The weeklong investigation culminated when Sgt. Mil Gotleib of the Magnolia Police Department recognized the suspect from a police photograph that was circulated by law enforcement throughout the county.

Stratford Police Detectives and Investigators from the Camden County Prosecutors Office conducted a search of the suspects Magnolia Apartment recovering a large quantity of currency.

Additionally, police confiscated a large screen plasma television, a professional sound system and various electronics all thought to be proceeds of the bank robbery. Police all charged the suspect with a bank robbery that occurred in Lawnside during the late part of January.

Stratford Police Department will be applying for forfeiture and ultimate ownership of the electronics that were purchased with the stolen money.

Joseph L. Clark, 42, of Magnolia, New Jersey was arrested and charged with armed robbery, terroristic threats, terrorism, and possession of cocaine.

Chief Morello lauded the efforts by all the officers involved.

Police and Law Enforcement News
Thursday, March 10, 2006 3:21 p.m.


Visit Our 2013 NJ Police Training & Schools Section

Mailing List

Receive New Jersey Law Enforcement bulletins
If you would like to receive New Jersey law enforcement
bulletins and/or law enforcement job announcements, click here.

Police and Law Enforcement Home    Advertise    Submit Your Site
Submit Police News   Police Grants    Police Forums    Police News

Copyright 2002-2014-All Rights Reserved  Law Enforcement Media Group - (Not an Official Police Department)    PERC


S O C I A L    M E D I A