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Crime Log November 21st
Logan Township Police Department
November 21, 2014
11/13: Police investigated a theft by deception complaint at the WaWa on Center Square Road. Store associates reported that a daily customer had obtained an outdated “paid” stamp and was utilizing it numerous times when placing food orders. He fled the store when confronted by management. Police are reviewing surveillance and complaints are pending.
11/14: Officers charged a 24 y/o Salem man with two counts of theft and simple assault following an early morning disturbance at the WaWa. He was processed and released pending court.
11/14: A resident on Stone Henge Drive reported that the lock to his utility trailer was removed sometime overnight. An undetermined amount of tools were reported stolen from within.
11/15: Officers charged a 20 y/o Tabernacle man with trespassing, operating a vehicle on lands of another and DWI following an early morning crash along Floodgate Road. He was processed and released pending court.
11/15: Police investigated an internal theft complaint in which appliances and bedding are being stolen from a local distribution center.
11/16: Police charged a 22 y/o Carneys Point man with possession of drug paraphernalia, receiving stolen property and hindering apprehension following a suspicious person’s complaint in the Vineyards development. He was processed and released pending court.
11/16: Officers charged a 27 y/o Pennsville woman with simple assault and filing a false police report following an incident at the WaWa. She was processed and released pending court.
11/17: A 6 month investigation culminated with Detectives charging a 60 y/o West Deptford man with various credit card frauds involving a former acquaintance’s credit accounts. A warrant has been issued for his arrest and service is pending.
11/18: A Maryland man reported that someone forcibly entered the cargo area of his box truck and removed $2800 worth of antiques. The incident occurred sometime overnight while the truck was parked at the Hampton Inn lot.
11/18: Two 50’ trailers, a 2004 Wabash valued at $9,000 and a 1994 Strick valued at $5,000, were stolen from a Commerce Blvd. warehouse sometime over the past several days. The trailers were entered NCIC in an effort to facilitate recovery.
11/19: Police charged a 26 y/o Glassboro woman with terroristic threats, disorderly conduct, and harassment following a motor vehicle complaint and subsequent disturbance on Village Center Drive. She was processed and released on her own recognizance pending court.
11/20: Police charged a 24 y/o Penns Grove man with possession of marijuana following a Rt. 130 vehicle stop. He was processed and released pending court.