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www.marltonsun.com FREE NOV. 12–18, 2014 Evesham police seek help from private camera systems Top chef (and lobster) Department would like to see more residents, businesses willing to register surveillance cameras to help track down criminals By ZANE CLARK The Sun The Evesham Township Police Department has a request for all Evesham residents and businesses that currently utilize private video surveillance systems and wish to assist the police force with its daily operations – just let the d
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  www.marltonsun.com NOV. 12–18, 2014 FREE Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Classified . . . . . . . . . . . 19–23Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Police Report . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 INSIDE THIS ISSUE Election results Republicans re-elected; new face joins BOE. PAGE 2 CHRISTOPHER DEYOUNG/Special to The Sun It was time for some trick-or-treat fun for Brian DeYoung, 5, and his little sister, Abby DeYoung, 11months. Here, the two –chef and lobster –are pictured trick or treating on Hathaway Court. Top chef (and lobster) By ZANE CLARK The Sun The Evesham Township PoliceDepartment has a request for allEvesham residents and business-es that currently utilize privatevideo surveillance systems andwish to assist the police forcewith its daily operations – just letthe department know.Earlier this year, the E.T.P.D.made national headlines with itsrequirement of body cameras tobe worn by all patrol officers, andnow the department ishoping to ex-pand its useof videocameras indaily opera-tions with arequest thatresi-dents and businesses registertheir private video surveillancesystems with the department.With a large and up-to-date listof known, private surveillancesystems within the township, po-lice say the department wouldhave a better chance of obtainingfootage of crimes that occur nearthose systems and a better chanceof apprehending and prosecutingthe criminals responsible.The E.T.P.D. says it is not al-ways aware of what resident orbusiness in an area might havea surveillance systemthat captured evidenceof a crime, and, inturn, residents andbusinesses might notalways know the crimestook place nearby and thatthey could be in possessionof evidence.Lt. Joseph Friel said askingresidents and businesses if theywould be willing to register their Evesham police seekhelp from privatecamera systems Department would like to see more residents, businesses willing to register surveillance cameras to help track down criminals  please see TRACKING, page 13  2 THE MARLTON SUN — NOV. 12–18, 2014    Beautiful scenic ride through the woods!                  Be social. Like us onFacebook!www.facebook.com/marltonsun The Sun isn't just in print. Likeus on Facebookfor additionalphotos, storiesand tidbits of informationabout your town. 430 Stokes Road (at the corner of Stokes & Jackson Roads) RT 541, Meford            !   !                        !                    ! !                                                           $                  #              !                                       $             By ZANE CLARK The Sun Evesham Township’s mayorand council will remain the samein 2015 as Republicans RandyBrown, Deborah Hackman andSteven Zeuli were all re-elected onTuesday, Nov. 4.The Burlington County Boardof Election’s unofficial resultshad the incumbent Brown defeat-ing his opponent Democrat FredRitter, and Hackman and Zeuli de-feated Democratic opponentsSophia Nowinski and Phil War-ren.The win by Brown, Hackmanand Zeuli will keep the councilentirely Republican until the nextelection.The unofficial results from theBurlington County Board of Elec-tions are as follows:Mayoralrace:RandyBrown (R) – 61.57 percent(7,363 votes) Fred Ritter(D) – 38.31 per-cent (4,581votes) Councilrace:Steven Zeuli(R) – 30.33 percent (7,035 votes) Deborah Hackman (R) – 29.66percent (6,878 votes)Sophia Nowinski (D) – 20.26percent (4,698 votes) Phil Warren (D) – 19.47 percent(4,578 votes) Brown spoke on behalf of him-self and Zeuli and Hackman, andsaid he believed they won be-cause of three main issues impor-tant to voters –property taxes,township redevelopment andcommunity events.“We’ve been able to keep prop-erty taxes flat or reduce them,that’s No. 1,” Brown said. “It does-n’t matter how many doors weknock on or how many calls wemade, that’s what they would go STEVEN ZEULIRANDY BROWN Republicans win re-election Mayor Brown, Hackman and Zeuli will remain on council  please see VOTERS, page 15 DEBORAH HACKMAN  BEAUTIFUL SIDING, ROOFING AND WINDOWS Deal Direct With The Owner All Work Fully GuaranteedFully Insured OUR COMPETITIVE PRICES WILL MAKE YOU GLAD YOU CALLED! 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But, if you are fac-ing the holidays after the loss of aloved one, the season can be lone-ly, depressing and often difficultto handle. Holidays or not, it isimportant for you to find a way totake care of yourself.The Samaritan Center for Grief Support, a member of the Samar-itan Healthcare & Hospice Familyof Services, announces a numberof free, one-session supportgroups to help those grieving theloss of a loved one to cope duringthe holiday season.For supportive information onhow to get through the holidays,register for any one of the fourlocal Coping with the Holidays 90-minute sessions outlined below:ãSaturday, Nov. 15 from 10 to11:30 a.m. at the Hammonton Li-brary located at 451 S Egg HarborRoad, HammontonãThursday, Nov. 20 from 11a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the West Dept-ford Library located at 420 CrownPoint Road, West DeptfordãThursday, Nov. 20 from 6 to7:30 p.m. at the Cinnaminson Li-brary located at 1619 RivertonRoad, CinnaminsonWhile there is no charge, pre-registration is required by calling(800) 596-8550. To view a completeschedule of support groups, visitwww.samaritanhealthcarenj.org. Grief support for gettingthrough the holidays Email us at news@marltonsun.com

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