Logan Township October Crime Log

logan police Aug. 20: Police responded to a shoplifting complaint at the WaWa in which a black male placed merchandise in a discarded WaWa shopping bag and fled the area in a black sedan with a stolen PA tag. Officers have identified a suspect and complaints are pending.

Aug. 21: Police charged a 30 year old Logan man with robbery, terroristic threats, weapons offenses and theft following a disturbance call on Edward Drive. The accused was processed and remanded to the Salem County Jail in default of $50,000 full cash bail.

Aug. 21: Officers investigated a theft complaint at a business on Berkeley Drive in which an estimated $20,000 worth of precious metals has been stolen over the past several months. A follow up investigation the next day resulted in the arrest of a 32 year old Woodlynne man who was charged with theft and receiving stolen property. The man, Naquon Fisher, was additionally charged with possession of marijuana following a search incident to arrest. He was processed and released pending court.

Aug. 21: Representatives of a Wilmington, DE company, Impulse Management, were issued a summons for soliciting without a permit after officers discovered them selling cologne in the parking lot of the WaWa.

Aug. 22: A Gibbstown woman reported that her wallet was stolen while she patronized the ACME on Center Square Road. Detectives are working with store officials in an attempt to identify the person responsible.

Aug. 23: Officers, responding to a burglary in progress, arrested a 26 year old Bear, DE man who had entered a warehouse on the 300 block of Heron Drive and stole food products from within. The man, Darien Tate, was charged with burglary, theft, receiving stolen property and defiant trespass.

Aug. 24: Police charged a 44 year old Philadelphia man with forgery, passing a forged document and theft following an investigation at the WaWa on Center Square Road. The man, James E. Brown, attempted to pass counterfeit $100 and $20 dollar bills in exchange for merchandise. When the transactions were denied, the man left the area but was stopped a short time later on I-295. A search incident to arrest discovered additional counterfeit money in denominations totaling $950. He was processed and remanded to the Salem County Jail in default of $10,000 full cash. Logan Detectives and the US Secret Service assisted in the investigation.

Aug. 25: Police charged a 55 year old Logan man with DWI following a motor vehicle stop on I-295. His passenger, a 50 year old Logan woman was additionally charged with providing false information to officers in an attempt to conceal the fact that she had warrants for her arrest. They were both processed and released pending court.

Aug. 27: Officers arrested a 39 year old Woodbury man on multiple warrants following a vehicle stop on High Hill Road. The man was processed and turned over to the GC Sheriff’s Dept. in default of bail. Aug. 27: A Penns Grove woman reported that her Samsung Note 3 cell phone was stolen while she was at work on the 300 block of Heron Drive. The phone was valued at $740.

Aug. 28: An Oldmans Creek Road resident reported that his mountain bike, valued at $600, was stolen from his property sometime overnight.

Aug. 30: A Paulsboro Road resident reported that several packages delivered by USPS had been stolen from the front of his home.

Aug. 30: A Logan man reported that his 2003 Saab convertible was stolen while he visited friends on Patriot Drive. The vehicle was returned a short time later with nothing missing or disturbed. A suspect has been identified and complaints may be pending.

Aug. 31: Police investigated a counterfeit bill $20 which had been passed at the McDonalds. The suspect was described as a black male, operating a maroon, sedan with Pennsylvania tags. Officers are viewing surveillance footage in an effort to identify the person responsible.

Sept. 2: While investigating an unwanted persons complaint in the Cambridge Knoll development, officers arrested a 26 year old Logan man who was wanted on multiple warrants in several jurisdictions. He was processed and turned over to Rowan University PD in default.

Sept. 3: Police investigated a burglary and theft from a motor vehicle which had been parked in the lot at 406 Heron Drive. The victim, a Westville woman, reported that her purse was stolen which contained various personal identifiers.

Sept. 4: A McDonald’s employee reported that her LG cell phone, valued at $100, was stolen when left unattended inside the store. Sept. 4: Officers investigated the theft of approximately 1,500 lbs. of scrap copper from a warehouse on Veterans Drive. The coppers value was estimated at $3,500.

Sept. 5: A Philadelphia man reported that he was assaulted by a co-worker following a dispute on Heron Drive. A citizen complaint was filed and the matter is pending court.

Sept. 6: Police charged a 50 year old Pennsauken woman with DWI following an erratic driving complaint on I-295. The woman was subsequently stopped on Center Square Road where she was arrested, processed and released pending court.

Sept. 7: Officers investigated a residential burglary that occurred sometime over the past week. The victim, a Beckett Road resident, reported that someone entered his house via an unlocked basement door and removed a TV, Playstation 3, and a Dell laptop computer.

Sept. 8: Police investigated a burglary and criminal mischief complaint at a warehouse on Center Square Road. A representative reported that the business was entered sometime overnight and a desk was forcibly entered however nothing appeared missing.

Sept. 8: An air conditioning unit was reported stolen from a vacant property in Bridgeport sometime over the past two weeks. Replacement costs were estimated at $5,000.

Sept. 8: Officers charged two Philadelphia man with defiant trespass and multiple motor vehicle violations while investigating an ATV complaint on Ferry Road. They were issued special complaints and released pending court.

Sept. 8: Officers responded to a fight in the area of Beckett Road and Peachwood Drive involving a group of male juveniles. A 14 year old reported that he was “jumped” by three other juveniles following an ongoing dispute. Juvenile complaints may be pending.

Sept. 10: Police charged a 43 year old Sicklerville man with theft, forgery and criminal simulation following a counterfeit currency investigation at the WaWa. He was processed and released pending court.

Sept. 14: Investigators charged two Salem County men with receiving stolen property following an investigation at the Rite Aid. The men were served in the Salem County Jail where they are currently incarcerated on unrelated offenses.

Sept. 14: Officers investigated a daytime burglary and theft at a home in the Hampton Ridge development. The victim reported that someone entered the residence via an unsecured door and, once inside, removed four pair of Nike sneakers valued at $800.

Sept. 14: Police investigated a shoplifting complaint at the WaWa on Center Square Road in which various food items were taken without payment. The suspect was described as being a white male driving a gold, Nissan Altima.

Sept. 15: Officers charged a 27 year old Camden woman with disorderly conduct and trespassing following a disturbance complaint on Main Street. She was additionally charged with obstruction and hindering apprehension when it was discovered she had provided officers a fictitious name during questioning. She was processed and remanded to the Salem County Jail in default of bail.

Sept. 16: A Main Street man reported that an acquaintance, a 42 year old Gibbstown woman, stole prescription pain medication from him. He was advised of the citizen complaint process due to insufficient evidence to support his claim.

Sept. 17: A representative of AT & T reported that a cell tower site in Bridgeport was burglarized and an estimated $4,200 worth of copper wire and buss bars were removed from within the control room.

Sept. 18: A 1998 box trailer valued at $6,000 was reported stolen from a warehouse on Commerce Blvd. The trailer was entered NCIC in an effort to facilitate its recovery.

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