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Monday, December 8, 2014

As part of our community outreach program we are accepting your unused dog houses. These will be given to those unfortunate dogs that have no shelter and whose family’s are in need of help.

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August 2014

To the followers and supporters of the Burlington County  S.P.C.A. Law Enforcement Division Humane Police, we would like to make you aware of the recent Law Enforcement efforts of our Officers, Investigators and Agents.

From 7/5/14 – 8/25/14 we have responded to 43 complaints of possible animal abuse. Of these 43 cases, 15 have been closed. Some people in the 15 cases  have been charged under the Animal Cruelty Statutes of New Jersey and are awaiting trial. No further information will be released due to the sensitive nature of animal cruelty. All of the 43 cases being investigated  or closed involved the following types of animals: dog complaints, cat complaints, animals locked in vehicles, welfare checks involving possible mistreatment of horses, dogs, cats, and a turtle.

Those cases not closed are being  actively investigated. Not all investigations will result in charges being filed. The following is a list of the townships where the complaints originated: Southampton , Westampton , Mt. Laurel, Tabernacle, Burlington City, North Hanover, Roebling, Marlton, Pemberton, Pemberton Boro, Riverside, Mt. Holly, Lumberton, Wrightstown, Palmyra, Delran, Maple Shade, Shamong, Moorestown, Browns Mills, Cinnaminson and Edgewater Park.

The problem of animal cruelty is widespread as seen above. Your continued support is very much appreciated and needed. We pledge to continue to actively and aggressively investigate and charge those that commit crimes against those that are the most vulnerable in our society.

If you haven’t made a donation or even if you have, please consider it.

Thank you from the Burlington County S.P.C.A. Law Enforcement Division Humane Police

Chief Cheryl Mosca



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The Burlington County Humane Police Department wishes’ one of their own good luck and god speed to Deputy Police Chief Meola. D/C Meola is the Criminal Investigations Unit/Internal Affairs (OIC) Officer In Charge. D/C Meola is also Sergeant First Class Meola of the United States Army. D/C Meola serves as a Military Police, Special Reaction Team Operator assigned to the 362nd Military Police Detachment (Law & Order). D/C Meola has been ordered to active military duty for over a year, to an undisclosed location overseas in support of combat operations under Operation Enduring Freedom. D/C Meola is a Law Enforcement section lead within the Army serving under the Provost Marshals Office. We all wish Deputy Chief Meola our best and look forward to a speedy return back.

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