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Crime
Down 17 percent
from last year. PAGE 2
By NICK COHEN
The Medford Sun
For one week of the year, the
darkness and quiet of the Pine
Barrens are replaced with the
sounds of carousels, carnival
games and the aroma of home-
cooked goodies. That week was
last week as the Pine Barrens Fes-
tival celebrated 25 years.
Its been a great success, an-
other great community-building
event, Father Andrew Jamieson
of Church of the Holy Eucharist
said on the opening night of the
festival. We just want everyone
to turn out and enjoy a great time
with their families and children,
enjoy great food and great enter-
tainment. Its a great time.
The annual festival takes place
on the Church of The Holy Eu-
charists property and continues
to be the biggest event on the re-
gions calendar. Between 35,000
and 40,000 visitors were expected
to visit this year and enjoy the
family friendly atmosphere,
while supporting a good cause.
The money goes directly to
the parish and its upkeep for the
year. Its our biggest fundraiser
for the church, Jamieson said.
We need a new roof, with the
project beginning in September,
and $70,000 is slated for that so
were hoping the festival can go a
long way in raising that.
More than 450 volunteers do-
SHANNON CAULFIELD/The Medford Sun
Ominous skies threatened patrons of the 25th annual Pine Barrens Festival on July 22. Food vendors, live music and rides from Majestic
Midways provided the entertainment for the annual celebration.
Pine Barrens Festival celebrates 25 years
please see RESIDENT, page 11
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Crime down
17 percent
over last year
By SHANNON CAULFIELD
The Medford Sun
Crime in Medford is down 17
percent from January to June,
with 30 fewer offenses than the
same time period last year, ac-
cording to the states Uniform
Crime Reporting statistics.
The most common offense re-
ported in 2012 was theft, with 113
incidents last year and 95 this
year.
According to Police Chief
Richard Meder, UCR only tracks
very specific crimes. However, the
decline in crimes is positive for
the township.
I think its a combination of
things. One thing I ask of my offi-
cers is to be more visible, to com-
municate with residents, and that
helps to bring [crime] down,
Meder said.
Aggravated assault is down 33
percent from last year, with six re-
ported crimes in 2012 and four
this year. Burglaries didnt de-
cline as much. Twenty four
crimes were reported this year
compared to 26 in 2012.
Meder stays up to date on the
UCR, checking it each month.
As the chief, I want to see
crime coming down. Im very
happy with that, he said. UCR is
one of the few statistical docu-
ments that helps us register these
things.
The countys initiatives play a
role in the decline as well.
According to Joel Bewley,
spokesman for the Burlington
County Prosecutors Office, the
county invested $4.8 million in
New World Systems a software,
hardware, training and support
company for local government
and public safety agencies using
a federal grant in 1996.
Departments in the county
have the option of using the sys-
tem, and a majority of them do, he
said. When residents dial 911, the
system locates where the call is
coming from. The information
from the call is entered into the
system by the dispatcher and the
proper authorities are sent to the
scene. The program allows direct
communication with an officer
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The mill, which dates from
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F
inally, nine months after Super-
storm Sandy touched ground,
New Jerseys economy is gain-
ing momentum.
A report released last week by Wells
Fargo, the states second largest bank
by deposits, says that federal and in-
surance money flowing into the state
to aid in the Sandy recovery started to
pay dividends in the first half of 2013,
and should continue to propel the
economy for the rest of this year.
According to the report, the state
added 4,200 construction jobs from
January to June of this year. The
same time last year, the industry lost
4,500 jobs.
Its a great sign for the state. Gov.
Christie estimated New Jersey suf-
fered $37 billion in damage from the
storm. Approximately 22,000 homes
were left uninhabitable and 325,000
others were significantly damaged.
Now, in the dead of the summer,
with the start of hurricane season ap-
proaching again, construction is heat-
ing up, fueling the states overall eco-
nomic recovery.
The Wells Fargo report wasnt all
peachy, though. While New Jerseys
economy was significantly better in
the first half of this year compared to
last, it still lags behind national aver-
ages. Six percent of all mortgages are
in foreclosure, the second-highest rate
in the country behind only Florida.
Housing prices grew only 2.9 percent
year over year, while the national aver-
age stood at 12.2 percent. New Jerseys
unemployment rate dropped almost a
point in the last year, and that trend is
expected to continue, but it still sits at
8.7 percent compared to the national
average of 7.6 percent.
These stats beg the questions:
Should we compare New Jersey to the
rest of the country? Or should we just
compare the Garden State to itself ?
New Jersey is a very unique state in
that its economy is fueled strongly by
two major metropolitan regions whose
city is in another state. The economy
works differently here. Employment
works differently here. Elections work
differently here. So why, then, if we
are an outlier, must we compare our-
selves to others?
For once, we need to focus on our
own recovery, and ensure we are
adding as many jobs as we can, no
matter what our stats look like com-
pared to every other state.
Recovery finally catching a break
Considerable momentum gained in first half of 2013, report says
Your thoughts
Should we rejoice in the positive outlook
for New Jerseys economy? Or should
we be worried that we lag behind the
rest of the country? Let your voice be
heard through a letter to the editor.
police reports
The following is on file with the Med-
ford Township Police Department:
Medford Township Police announce the
arrest of seven subjects involved in three
separate home invasions and the attempt-
ed murder of a quadriplegic Medford man.
On July 18, police arrested 18- and 19-
year-old suspects of Mt. Laurel, for con-
spiracy to commit murder, criminal at-
tempt to commit murder, armed robbery,
burglary, theft and weapons offenses.
The arrests were a result of a five-
month investigation, which began on Feb.
24. At approximately 2:11 a.m,. four indi-
viduals entered the home of the 47-year-
old disabled man while he slept.
The four suspects intended to rob the
victim, however two of the suspects had
also conspired to kill the victim.
One of the suspects was armed with a
knife and attempted to kill the victim as he
slept in his wheelchair. However, he was
stopped by one of the co-conspirators be-
fore injuring the victim.
On May 7, at 2:55 a.m., the four men re-
turned to the victims home and stole a
safe containing jewelry, knives and person-
al documents.
The investigation revealed that one of
the suspects had orchestrated these three
incidents, recruiting associates to commit
these crimes.
The orchestrator was lodged in Burling-
ton County Jail in lieu of bail set at
$855,000. One of the Mt. Laurel suspects
was arrested at his home and lodged in
lieu of bail set at $800,000. Police seized his
2010 Dodge Challenger used during the
commission of the crime.
The second Mt. Laurel suspect was ar-
rested in Ocean City, Md., and awaits an
extradition hearing.
The 20-year-old suspect of Moorestown
was charged and released.
The last remaining three suspects, of
Bellmawr and Philadelphia, were charged
and are currently wanted by police.
WEDNESDAY JULY 31
Discover underground animals:
Ages 5-10. 2 p.m. Pinelands
Branch Library, 39 Allen Ave.,
Medford. Learn about animals
that prefer to live on the ground
and under the ground. Meet live
examples up close and in person
to find out why life for these spe-
cial creatures is better down
deep. Presented by the New Jer-
sey Academy for Aquatic Sci-
ences. Registration required, visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
Medford Sunrise Rotary Club: Med-
Port Diner. 7:15 a.m. Call 354-
8104 for information.
THURSDAY AUGUST 1
Storytime: Ages 4-6. 10:30 a.m.
Pinelands Branch Library, 39
Allen Ave., Medford. Come join
Mr. Rick for stories of all kinds to
be followed by an engaging and
creative activity. Registration
required, visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
Yoga pretzels: Ages 6-12. 4:30 p.m.
Pinelands Branch Library, 39
Allen Ave., Medford. Yoga pret-
zels is a fun and vibrant way to
get kids bending, breathing,
twisting, and stretching. Guided
meditation at the end of the ses-
sion will help kids develop focus,
self-awareness and a sense of
calm. Registration required, visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
Candlelight yoga: 5:30 p.m.
Pinelands Branch Library, 39
Allen Ave., Medford. Please join
us with Babita Kapoor, a regis-
tered Shakti Om Yoga instructor,
to learn yogas ancient science of
breath control and re-energize
your body and mind; learn self
awareness techniques through
posture and breathing; learn
meditation techniques to help
with insomnia and fatigue, and
much more. Registration
required, visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
FRIDAY AUGUST 2
Library babies: 0-24 months. 10:30
a.m. Pinelands Branch Library, 39
Allen Ave., Medford. Our littlest
library goers are invited to join
Miss Danielle for stories, songs,
rhymes, and play time. Must be
accompanied by a caregiver. Reg-
istration required, visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
MONDAY AUGUST 5
Stamping and paper crafting: 6:30
p.m. Pinelands Branch Library, 39
Allen Ave., Medford. Join us for a
Level 1 class in rubber-stamping
and paper crafting. Learn basic
techniques that can be used to
make beautiful handmade cards,
scrapbook pages and other proj-
ects. Note: Please bring your own
scissors, adhesives and a paper
cutter (if you have one.) Registra-
tion required, visit
www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
Pre-natal Yoga: 6 to 7:15 p.m. at The
Sanctuary for Yoga, 43 S. Main
St., Medford. Call (609) 953-7800
for more information.
Survivors of Suicide: Fellowship
Alliance Chapel, 199 Church
Road. 7 p.m. Call 953-7333 ext.
309 for information.
Oneness Blessing: Center for Con-
scious Living, 302 N. Washington
St., Suite 101E, 7 p.m. Call (856)
722-LOVE for information.
TUESDAY AUGUST 6
Lego club: Ages 7-12. 3 and 4 p.m.
Pinelands Branch Library, 39
Allen Ave., Medford. Join our
Lego Club for creativity and
imagination in action. Kids can
work individually or in teams to
create this months challenge.
The theme will be revealed at the
Lego Club session. Please do not
bring your own Legos. Snacks
may be served. Registration
required, visit www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
Medford-Vincentown Rotary Club
meeting: 6:30 p.m. at Medford
Lakes Country Club, Medford
Lakes. For more information visit
www.mvrotaryclub.org.
Kids Yoga: 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. at The
Sanctuary for Yoga, 43 S. Main
St., Medford. Call (609) 953-7800
for more information.
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Majestic Midways continues
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After 25 years, the thought may
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year to year, but for the first time
a classic car show was part of the
celebration.
We had more than 70 cars and
15 monster trucks, Jamieson
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more people, come see the cars
then check out the festival or get
something to eat. Were definitely
happy about it being a part of the
event.
Its not all funnel cakes and
games as each night of the festi-
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ent Pineland towns in the area.
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dition to organizing Volunteers of
the Year. The award is given to
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Bob Egan was the recipient of
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ley said.
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program, he said.
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mation used from New World Sys-
tems assists in identifying crime
patterns in Medford that may be
similar in other towns.
It makes information in other
towns a little more readily avail-
able. For instance, we can talk to
Evesham if something pops up,
like a rash of burglaries, and talk
to them about how to stop it,
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In addition to New World Sys-
tems, the department utilizes
Facebook to provide information
to residents.
One of the things we have
done is maintain a good relation-
ship with homeowners alliances
throughout the township, Meder
said, noting the Facebook page
and email alerts to the alliances
notify them of crime patterns. If
we see something thats affecting
the township, we to try make peo-
ple aware of whats going on so
they can be more vigilant.
Meder suggests simple solu-
tions to preventing crime, includ-
ing locking doors at night or when
residents have left the property.
Medford is a safe place, but
people need to be cognizant of
their homes. Something as simple
as locking your doors can deter
[criminals], Meder said. We
want to have a better relationship
with the public to communicate
with them. Theyre our eyes and
ears.
There are 28 officers on Med-
ford Townships police force. Ac-
cording to Meder, at the height of
employment, there were as many
as 49.
Meder recently applied for a
grant that would allow the town-
ship to hire more officers.
The council has allowed us to
apply for the grant. Hopefully it
will work out, Meder said.
Meder wants to remind resi-
dents there are multiple ways to
report crime in Medford, includ-
ing the citizen tip hotline, the
Facebook page, the website and a
generic email to which they can
send in anything.
To report crimes in the area,
call the confidential tip line at
(609) 714-0302, contact the police at
(609) 654-7511, or through email at
info@medfordpolice.org.
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