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Crime Log – April 29, 2016
Logan Township Police Department
April 29, 2016
4/22: Officers responded to ACME, 1619 Center Square Rd, for an attempted shoplifting complaint. The female suspect was attempting to leave the store carrying a shopping basket which contained 12 cans of baby formula with an estimated value of $198. Video surveillance revealed that the female suspect was accompanied by another unidentified female who appeared to be acting as a lookout. An investigation is ongoing to identify the suspect and her accomplice.
4/23: Incident to a motor vehicle stop, a 29 year old Pedricktown man was arrested for possession of under 50g of marijuana. He was transported to headquarters where he was fingerprinted, photographed, served with several summonses and released pending a date in Municipal Court.
4/23: An Oriole Dr resident reported finding an apparently stolen safe in his garage. The safe was cut open and empty jewelry boxes and a birth certificate were found within. Same was found to belong to a Parkside, PA man. When police made contact with him, he did not wish to pursue the theft and refused to cooperate with the investigation.
4/25: Police responded to a dispute on Burgundy Dr. During the ensuing investigation, a 31 year old Sewell woman was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Folsom Boro in the amount of $1097. She was subsequently turned over to the NJ State Police in default of bail. Also arrested was a 32 year old Williamstown man. He was charged with providing false information to police in order to hinder his own apprehension. Once his true identity was discovered he was found to have a Probation Violation warrant out of the Gloucester county Sherriff’s Department, as well as warrants from Deptford Township Municipal Court ($2422 bail) and Woodbury City Municipal Court ($1250). He was turned over to the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department for transport to the Salem County Jail.
4/25: Police responded to ACME, 1619 Center Square Rd, for a report of shoplifting. The female suspect had fled prior to police arrival but the investigation revealed that the suspect and the operator of the car she left in were the same women who were involved in a similar incident on 4/22.
4/25: A 41 year old Woolwich Township woman reported that she lost the diamond from her engagement ring after a fall in the parking lot at ACME. Anyone with information or locating same is asked to contact police.
4/25: Police responded to ACME, 1619 Center Square Rd, for a shoplifting complaint. The 19 year old suspect from East Greenwich was observed by staff to have large bulges in his pockets, consistent with having concealed product on his person. As ACME personnel began to inquire as to the bulges, he removed packages of meat from his pockets and threw them on the floor before fleeing the store. He was subsequently located by responding officers and positively identified by store employees. The total value of the concealed product was $69.28. The suspect was transported to headquarters where he was fingerprinted, photographed, served his summons and released pending a date in Logan Township Municipal Court.
4/26: A 25 year old Pennsville man was arrested following a dispute which originated on Madison St. After the victim, a 19 year old Logan Township man, walked away from the scene of the original incident, the suspect located the victim in the area of Heritages, 501 Beckett Rd, and exited his vehicle to continue the confrontation. At that time, the suspect struck the victim in the back with a socket wrench and then fled the area. He was subsequently taken into custody at his residence. The suspect was transported to headquarters where he was charged with Aggravated Assault and Disorderly Conduct. He was fingerprinted, photographed, and released pending Grand Jury action.
4/26: Incident to a motor vehicle stop, police arrested a 26 year old Pennsville man for hindering his own apprehension by providing a false name to hinder his own apprehension on outstanding warrants. A search subsequent to arrest resulted in the seizure of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. The suspect was transported to headquarters where he was fingerprinted, photographed, served with several summonses and released pending a date in Logan Township Municipal Court.