Crime Log February 18th
Logan Township Police Department
February 18, 2015
2/8: A Merle Lane resident reported that someone entered his home and stole two electric guitars and a debit card which was later utilized at a nearby convenience store. Police have identified suspects and complaints are pending.
2/9: Police arrested a 38 y/o Swedesboro woman on multiple warrants in excess of $2,500 bail. She was processed and remanded to the Salem County Jail in default.
2/9: Police investigated several vehicle burglaries in the Bridgeport section of the Township. In every case, the perpetrators entered vehicles that were left unsecured.
2/10: Officers investigated the theft of the front and rear license plates from a 2007 Nissan which had been parked on Beckett Road. The plates were entered NCIC in an effort to facilitate their recovery.
2/10: Police charged a 46 y/o Cedarville, NJ man with possession of drug paraphernalia following a High Hill Road vehicle stop. The man was also charged with being a fugitive after officers learned that he was wanted out of Fayette County, Pa. for assault. He was processed and remanded to the Salem County Jail to await extradition.
2/11: Police charged two men with simple assault, a 28 y/o resident of Boomer, NC and a 54 y/o resident of Fayetteville, NC, following a disturbance on Center Square Road. They were processed and released pending court.
2/11: Officers assisted Pennsville Police with the execution of arrest and search warrants at a residence on Hancock St. The accused, a 34 y/o Logan man, was arrested without incident.
2/12: A Bridgeport man reported that someone tried to force entry into a detached garage by forcing open the overhead door. The door was damaged, however nothing was reported stolen.
2/14: A Woolwich man reported that someone entered his vehicle while it was parked in the Village Pub lot. Once inside, the person responsible stole his wallet which contained cash, credit cards and personal identifiers.
2/14: A 33 y/o Pine Hill woman was arrested on multiple warrants in excess of $1,500 bail. She was processed and remanded to the Salem County Jail.