Cherry Hill Police Discover Storm-Stranded Motorist Driving Stolen Car


Tamera Flynn, 20, of Cherry Hill, was charged with receipt of stolen property.

By Matt Skoufalos

Although Cherry Hill police responded to nearly 40 calls for assistance from disabled motorists during Saturday’s blizzard, a woman stranded at Route 70 and Brace Road was the only one to decline their help.

At 8 p.m., officers discovered a 2007 Lexus stranded on a large pile of snow. When the driver, 20-year-old Tamera Flynn of Cherry Hill, waved them off, police suspected something might be off. Officers reportedly observed that the car’s rear license plate had been improperly mounted. Upon inspection, they found that a second license plate had allegedly been mounted over top of it.

After running both plates, police discovered the Lexus had been reported stolen out of Winslow Township. Flynn was arrested and charged with receiving stolen property. She was released on a summons, and is scheduled to appear in court February 2.

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