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JULY 27AUG. 2, 2016

Students get lessons in law enforcement


Evesham Police Department Junior Police Academy covers broad range of police officers work
By ZANE CLARK
The Sun
Those near the Evesham municipal building last week might
have gotten a glimpse at 20 of the
Evesham Police Departments
newest recruits all of them
ages 11 to 14.
This month marks the fourth
year for the Evesham Police Departments Junior Police Academy, where officers give students a
five-day tour of the world of law
enforcement.
The academy covers topics
from the history of policing, to
DWI enforcement, to crime scene
investigation, to firearms safety,
to fields trips to organizations
that police interact with on a
daily basis, such as the Evesham
Fire Department and Burlington
County Central Communications
center where 911 calls are answered.
This is not a scared straight
program, said Evesham Police
Lt. Ronald Ritter, who organizes
the academy. These are all good
kids who are interested in the law
enforcement field.
To that point, Ritter said there
was so much interest from students this year that for the first
time the department decided to
run two classes across two weeks
with 20 students each.

ZANE CLARK/The Sun

Evesham Police Officer Matthew Divito shows a student in the departments Junior Police Academy how
to use a laser device to investigate traffic accidents during lessons on traffic stops and other exercises
on July 21. This year marks the fourth year the department has held the academy for students ages 11 to
14. For more photos, please see page 10.
Within three weeks of putting
the advertisement out I had 15 applications, which is really unheard of because the application
process is an eight-page applica-

tion where they have to get a reference and they have to get a
sponsor, so it isnt something
where they can just fill out one
page and hand it in, Ritter said.

Typical days at the academy


begin with students suited up in
their official Junior Police Academy outfits and participating in
military drills and physical fit-

ness exercises, before then heading off to cover each days multiple topics.
One morning outside the municipal building students even
spent a few hours going through
mock car stops and traffic studies
where students acted as the officers giving routine commands to
substitute motorists and writing
accident reports.
Officer Christine Schmidt took
students through a car stop
where they approached mock motorists, got their information and
issued violations.
The mock motorists, who were
played by high school aged students from the departments police explorer program, ranged
from cooperative to outright belligerent.
You give her the ticket and
you say theres a number on the
ticket, you can contest it in
court, Schmidt told the students.
For another scenario, Officer
Michael Trampe had students
participate in a high-risk traffic
stop where they stood behind the
open doors of a police car with
plastic guns drawn while yelling
orders at a distance for a suspect
to exit a vehicle with their hands
in the air.
You know how sometimes
please see STUDENTS, page 11

INSIDE THIS ISSUE


World Series bound
Marlton Reds 12-year-old team
wins regionals. PAGE 7

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Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . 1519
Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

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of 93. A strong-willed and caring
man, Rudy was the living definition of the term German work
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Rudy fought for the German
Army in World War II. He then
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loved coaching soccer, gardening,
skiing and traveling.
Family was important in his
life, both those in Germany as
well as in the states, and he made
sure members on both sides of
the Atlantic had a chance to know
and love each other as much as he
did them. Rudy is survived by his
wife of 26 years, Grace (nee Fox)
Melchiorre Zschech, his children
Rudolf (Miriam), Peter (Sylvia),
Wayne (Kate), Marcia (Angelo)
Matrisciano, and step children
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David Melchiorre (Linda); Susan
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Kevin, Sarah, Melissa and Daniel;
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Ricardo, Eric and Adelina; his
brother Paul (Ursela); niece Heidrun and nephew Holger in
Grossdobschutz Germany. He is
predeceased by his brother Martin, first wife Elisabeth (Seidl)
and second wife Martha (Cremeans).
Rudys family will receive
friends on Sunday, Aug. 14 from 1
p.m. to 1:45 p.m. at Prince of
Peace Lutheran Church, 61 E.
Route 70, Marlton, N.J. 08053,
where a memorial service is
planned for 2 p.m. Interment will
occur immediately following the
service in the Memorial Garden
at Prince of Peace, which Rudy
was instrumental in designing
and creating. Friends are invited
to bring a written memory or
photo for the familys memory
book. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Rudys honor may be
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Prince of Peace Endowment, both
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In August, The Center for the
Arts in Southern New Jersey is
presenting the CFA Theme Exhibit: Animals, Animals & More Animals.
This multi-media themed exhibit will showcase the artists
idea of their favorite pet or animal, either domesticated or wild.
The center will partner with
Animal Lifeline, Inc. of Marlton.
Animal Lifeline will have items to
sell at the reception and items
purchased will benefit the nonprofit.
This exhibit is free and open to
the public.
A reception for the exhibit,
which will also be also free and
open to the public, will be held for
the members and their work on
Saturday, Aug. 20 from 1-3 p.m. at
the center, located 123 South Elmwood Road. The exhibit will also
be free and open to the public
from Aug. 1 to Aug. 22, Monday
through Friday, 10 a.m. 3 p.m.
and Wednesdays, 7-9 p.m.

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JULY 27AUG. 2, 2016 THE MARLTON SUN 5

K-9 Ciko detects 150 bags


of heroin, crack, more in car
The following reports are on
file with the Evesham Police Department:
On July 14 at 10:30 a.m., an Evesham officer patrolling inside the
DDACTS Zone conducted a motor vehicle
stop on Route 70 by
Route 73. During the
investigation,
Evesham Police K-9 Ciko
was called upon to assist officers
with the detection of narcotics.
Ciko was walked around the exterior of the suspects vehicle at
which time he alerted officers to
the presence of narcotics inside
the car. A subsequent search of
the vehicle by officers resulted in
the discovery of 150 bags of heroin, crack cocaine, drug paraphernalia and hypodermic needles.
A female, age 50, of Tabernacle, was charged with second-degree possession of heroin with

the intent to distribute, third-degree possession of cocaine and a


disorderly persons offense for
possession of syringes and drug
paraphernalia. She was lodged in
the Burlington County Jail in default of $50,000 bail.
A male, age 21, of
Tabernacle,
was
charged with seconddegree possession of
heroin with the intent
to distribute, third-degree possession of cocaine and a disorderly
persons offense for possession of
syringes and drug paraphernalia.
He was lodged in the Burlington
County Jail in default of $50,000
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ts hard to believe, but just last
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us by surprise. Oh, no, we thought,
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It got us thinking: We have been presenting back-to-school coverage in The
Sun for quite awhile now, in many different towns, but how can we make
this coverage better?
Our quick answer by being better
prepared.
So, even though the beginning of the
next school year is the last thing on
your mind here in late July, were asking that you put it at the forefront of
your brain or at least in part of your
brain for a few moments.
What will be different about this
school year?
Were going to find out. Right now,
our reporters are compiling lists of

Any questions?
We are tracking down school leaders to
ask them questions about the upcoming
school year. So whats on your mind? Send
us your questions, and well do our best to
get answers.

questions for school leaders about the


new school year.
Are there new classes students and
parents need to know about?
How about scheduling changes?
Was any work done at the schools
over the summer?
Generally, well be asking school
leaders to tell us about things that
you parents, taxpayers and students
need to know before the 2016-17 school
year begins.
Then, we will pass that information
along to you.
Do you have any questions youd like
our reporters to ask? If so, the time to
act is now. The more questions we get
from you, the better prepared we can
be, and the better information we can

pass along to you.


Maybe you are concerned about the
budget (who isnt?). Or maybe youve
heard about a new program that you
think might be ideal for your child. Or
perhaps you are wondering about repairs that were scheduled for your
childs school.
Wed love to get those questions from
you. Just send an email to us so that we
can include them on our lists.
Most school districts have done a lot
in recent years to be more responsive
to questions submitted by the public. It
makes sense. Everyone wants to have
great schools. Everyone wants to keep
taxes as low as possible, while still providing great service. One of the best
ways to achieve these goals is to build a
true public-private partnership between schools and the communities
they serve. And building that relationship starts with effective communication.
So send us your questions. Well do
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on campus
Tyler Reed of Marlton has been named to
the dean's honor list at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute for the spring semester.
The following Marlton students achieved
deans list at Loyola University Maryland:
Erica DeCecco, Daniela Laudisio, Anna Marchio, Alyssa Perini and Samantha Pharo.
Stevenson University student-athlete
Craig Joseph of Marlton was named to the
Middle Atlantic Conference spring academic honor roll.
Sean O'Brien of Marlton made the
Widener University Delaware Law School

dean's list for the spring semester.


Amelia Ying of Marlton made the dean's
list at the Rochester Institute of Technology for the spring semester. Ying is studying
human-centered computing.
The following Marlton students at Fairleigh Dickinson University's Metropolitan
Campus have been named to the honors list
for the spring semester. Robert Vesci and
Amanda Brandt made the list.
Alexandra Pecora, a native of Marlton,
has been named to the University of Iowa's
dean's list for the spring semester.

In commencement exercises on May 17,


Fairleigh Dickinson University conferred
more than 3,000 degrees, ranging from associates to doctorates, on graduates. The
following Marlton residents earned degrees: William McCorry earned a bachelors
of arts in English language and literature,
Kelsey Wainwright earned a bachelors of
arts in English language and literature,
Jodie Flandinette earned a bachelors of
arts in English language and literature,
Paul Profera earned a bachelors of arts in
individualized studies, Robert Vesci earned
a bachelors of arts in individualized studies and Richard Calabrese earned an MAS
in administrative science.

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JULY 27AUG. 2, 2016 THE MARLTON SUN 7

Marlton Reds head to World Series


The 12-year-old team won the Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship last week
By MIKE MONOSTRA

been here before.


Being a world championship
youth baseball team two years
ago did not guarantee success for
Marlton in 2016. The Reds had to
battle through a tough Mid-Atlantic Regional Tournament
where the team lost two games in
pool play. Marlton lost on July 15
to Northwest Pennsylvania state
champion Kimberton and to
Maryland state champion Mt.
Airy on Sunday.
We did not play well at the beginning of this tournament,
Reynolds said. We werent hitting the ball at all. We werent
ourselves.
We werent hitting as well and
we werent working as a team,
said Aaron Bergstrom, Marltons
starting pitcher in the championship. When we started working together as a team and swinging the bats, it came together.

The Sun
Very few kids get to go to even
one World Series by the age of 12.
For players on the Marlton
Reds 12-year-old team, theyre
going to a World Series for the
second time.
The 12-year-old Marlton Reds
won the Cal Ripken 12-year-old
50/70 Mid-Atlantic Regional
Championship recently afternoon, defeating the Eastern New
York state champion WiltonSaratoga Baseball, 8-2, in the
championship game.
This years 12-year-old team is
mostly the same group of kids
who were on the 2014 Cal Ripken
10u World Series championship
team.
This teams been through a
lot, manager Rob Reynolds said.
Weve been together as pretty
much the same group since we
were 8. The good news is weve

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WEDNESDAY JULY 27
Snack Attack: Ages 3-6 years.
10:30 a.m. Evesham Library at
984 Tuckerton Road. Join Ms.
Holly and Ms. Ashley, the registered dietician from the Shop
Rite of Marlton, as everyone listens to a story and learns how to
prepare a delicious snack with
seasonal ingredients. Please list
any food allergies. Registration is
required. Register online at
www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person or
call the library at (856) 983-1444.
Adult Yarn Social: Adult. 11 a.m. Evesham Library at 984 Tuckerton
Road. Knit and/or crochet? Come
join other knitting and crochet
fans for an hour (or more) of
relaxed, social yarn time. Share
current projects, ask for pointers,
swap patterns or just enjoy the
company of fellow enthusiasts.
Registration not required.
Introduction to Tai Chi: Adult. 2:30
p.m. Evesham Library at 984
Tuckerton Road. Join Sifu Louis
DiLoreto for this free four-week
series introducing the Shi Ba Shi
Form, the very first form in Tai
Chi. Learn the first six postures
and how to breathe and to
stretch. Tired? Stressed out?
Lost focus? Life feels out of control? Tai Chi may be the answer.
Registration is required. Register

online at www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in
person or call the library at (856)
983-1444.
MOMS club: For at-home mothers.
Email
momsclubmarltons@
gmail.com for information.
Preschool storytime: Barnes and
Noble, 200 West Route 70. 11 a.m.
Call 596-7058 for information.

THURSDAY JULY 28
A Matter of Balance: Seniors. 10
a.m. Evesham Library 984 Tuckerton Road. A Matter of Balance
is an eight-week structured group
intervention for older adults that
emphasizes practical strategies
to reduce fear of falling and
increase activity levels. This
workshop is sponsored by The
Retired and Senior Volunteer
Program of Burlington County,
Rowan College at Burlington
County. Registration required.
Register
online
at
http://www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
BNI Evesham Regional Chapter
Lunch: Every Thursday at 11:30
a.m. at Indian Spring Country
Club, 115 S. Elmwood Road. BNI is
a business and professional networking referral organization.
Join us to learn more about how
to grow your business. Call Jim
for details at (856) 669-2602.

BNI Marlton Regional Chapter


Lunch: Every Thursday at 11:30
a.m. at The Mansion, 3000 Main
St., Voorhees. BNI is a business
and professional networking
referral organization. Join us to
learn more about how to grow
your business. Call Ray for details
at (609) 760-0624.
Overeaters Anonymous: 10 a.m. at
Hope United Methodist Church.
Call (609) 704-2832 or visit
www.oa.org for information.

FRIDAY JULY 29
Itsy Bitsy Time: 6 to 12 months.
10:15 a.m. Evesham Library at
984 Tuckerton Road. Join Ms.
Jenn for a fun activity with
motion and music for babies 6 to
12 months. Bring a blanket. Siblings must remain seated. Registration required. Register online
at http://www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
Little Movers and Shakers: Ages 2
to 3. 11 a.m. Evesham Library 984
Tuckerton Road. Join Ms. Jenn
for a half-hour of musical fun and
movement. Siblings must remain
seated. Registration required.
Register
online
at
http://www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
Overeaters Anonymous: 10 a.m. at
Prince of Peace Church. Call
(856) 988-6498 or visit
www.oa.org for information.

Overeaters Anonymous: 11:15 a.m.


at Prince of Peace Church. Call
313-1887
or
visit
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www.oa.org for information.

SATURDAY JULY 30
Refresh & Renew Yoga for Adults
& Teens: Ages 13 and up. 11 a.m.
Evesham Library at 984 Tuckerton Road. Start the day by energizing, stretching and relaxing
the body. Join the library for a
one-hour yoga class. Please
bring a mat or towel and a bottle
of water and wear comfortable
clothing. Registration is required.
Register
online
at
www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in person or
call the library at (856) 983-1444.

MONDAY AUGUST 1
For the Love of Sports: Kids and
families. 6:30 p.m. Evesham
Library at 984 Tuckerton Road.
Sports excite people from all
around the world. This year the
2016 Collaborative Summer
Library Reading theme On Your
Mark, Get, SetRead! introduces
families to athletics and culture
by booking the American
Swedish Historical Museums outreach program. From the Viking
game of Kubb to the epic challenges of Orienteering, Swedes

JULY 27AUG. 2, 2016


have always been on the forefront of athletic competition.
Registration is required. Register
online at www.bcls.lib.nj.us, in
person or call the library at (856)
983-1444.
Overeaters Anonymous: 1:30 p.m.
at Prince of Peace Church. Call
(856)
424-3687
or
visit
www.oa.org for information.

TUESDAY AUGUST 2
Abrakadoodle: Ages 5 to 12. 4 p.m.
Evesham Library at 984 Tuckerton Road. Calling all artists. Kids
will explore and learn while using
their imaginations to create their
own framed masterpiece. The
minimum age is 5 years old, no
exceptions. Registration required.
Register
online
at
http://www.bcls.lib.nj.us.
Overeaters Anonymous: 10 a.m. at
Prince of Peace Church. Call
(609) 268-6420 or visit
www.oa.org for information.
Marlton Central Networkers Chapter: 11:30 a.m. at Marcos at Indian
Spring, 115 S. Elmwood Road. BNI
meets Tuesdays for lunch. Feel free
to bring plenty of business cards
and a guest or two to find out how a
trade exclusive business networking group can help increase qualified referrals. Call (856) 304-9320
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Pictured from top of page: Officer Michael Trampe guides a student through a high-risk car stop
by commanding a suspect to exit
his vehicle with his hands up. Officer William Kinner helps students use a pedal cart to drive
through an obstacle course to
learn the effects of driving while
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JULY 27AUG. 2, 2016 THE MARLTON SUN 11

Students graduate
on final day
of police academy
STUDENTS
Continued from page 1
when you get real excited you
cant think of everything thats
going on? Thats why you do it
one command at a time, Trampe
said as he instructed the students.
Come out of the car with your
hands up, slowly turn around,
stop, and walk backwards.
In another area, Officer
Matthew Divito took groups of
students through a scenario
where a driver hit a parked car,
and Divito explained the amount
of paperwork that comes with
such an incident.
Remember, 144 boxes and you

cant mess up, and it has to be


neat, Divito told the students.
You fill these out every
time.once you get good it takes
you about a half hour. New guys,
sometimes it takes them an hour
and half to do this report.
Once students reach the final
day of the academy and have
completed their lessons, theyre
rewarded with a graduation ceremony in front of their family and
friends in the municipal courtroom.
Due to the high number of applications to this years academy,
Ritter said he already has another
five on the waiting list for next
summer.
We want everybody to get a
chance to do it. Ritter said.

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play was enough to get it into the
quarterfinals. Forced to win three
straight games Sunday and Monday to win the region, the Reds
buckled down. They defeated
Delaware champion Piedmont, 52, on Sunday evening in the quarterfinals. On Monday morning,
they avenged an earlier loss in the
tournament when they defeated
Kimberton, 10-6, to advance to the
championship against WiltonSaratoga.
In the championship, Marlton
fell behind 1-0 early as WiltonSaratoga got a home run in the
top of the first. Bergstrom, the
starting pitcher for Marlton, was
able to shake it off, not allowing
Wilton-Saratoga to score a run
again until the fifth inning.
I just knew we were going to
score runs later in the game,
Bergstrom said. I had my selfconfidence up.
Reynolds said the team was
able to make adjustments early in
the game, allowing Bergstrom to
be successful on the mound.
Bergstrom was able to induce a
lot of weak contact from the
Wilton-Saratoga batters in his
five innings of work.
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spot before and we knew we could
do good.
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the field after relief pitcher Blake
Morgan quickly finished off the
game in the sixth inning and
punched the Reds ticket to Aberdeen, Md., for the World Series.
Marltons journey at the Cal
Ripken World Series will begin on
July 29. The Reds will play in the
opening game of the tournament
at 8 p.m. against Harford County,
Md. Marlton will also play the
Ohio Valley, Southeast and Pacific Northwest regional champions
in pool play.
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before the Reds can call themselves two-time World Series
champions. However, Reynolds
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from two years ago will give it an
edge in Aberdeen. For the players, confidence is also high.
We know we can win it
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