2020 Internal Affairs Statistics
Number of complaints: 2
Administratively Closed: 0
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Crime Log January 27th
Logan Township Police Department
January 27, 2015
1/16: Police investigated a trespassing complaint on Center Square Road. The accused, a Woodstown man, was later identified and advised that complaints will be signed for future transgressions.
1/17: Officers investigated a report of a fight at the Village Pub prior to closing. The accused, two unidentified females, allegedly created a disturbance both inside and outside the establishment when they were asked to leave. Attempts at locating them were unsuccessful.
1/19: Police charged a 54 y/o Gibbstown woman with DWI following an erratic driving complaint on Rt. 322. The accused was processed and released pending court.
1/20: Officers arrested a 27 y/o Woodbury Heights man on outstanding warrants in excess of $1000. He was processed and remanded to the Salem County Jail in default.
1/20: Police investigated a criminal mischief complaint at the DREAM Park in which someone damaged the driver’s side door of an employee’s car following a dispute. The person responsible has been identified and complaints may be pending.
1/21: A Logan woman reported that someone removed various construction materials from her property sometime after January 1st. The stolen items include doors, windows and siding valued at $2865.
1/23: Police charged a 17 y/o juvenile with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia following an investigation on the 400 block of Heron Drive. The juvenile was processed and released pending juvenile adjudication.
1/23: A Rose Valley, Pa. woman reported that her Bay quarter horse was stolen after it was loaned to an acquaintance in 2011 and never returned. Officers are attempting to locate the accused in an effort to return the horse to its owner.
1/23: Police charged a 44 y/o Woolwich man with DWI following a vehicle stop on Rt. 322. The accused was processed and released pending court.
1/25: Police investigated an automobile theft that occurred sometime overnight on Nortonvillle Road. The victim reported that his 2013 GMC Sierra pickup truck, valued at $5000, was stolen from in front of his residence between 11 PM and 7 AM. The vehicle was recovered two days later in Camden City.
1/26: A Woolwich woman reported that her purse was stolen when she left in unattended while shopping in the ACME. The bag contained $500 in cash, various credit cards and personal identifiers, checks, prescription medication and her cell phone.
The Department has seen an influx of phone scams involving callers posing as IRS agents and demanding money or identifying information from unsuspecting residents. Everyone is reminded that legitimate businesses and government agencies do not use “shake down” tactics.
The IRS reminds people that they can know pretty easily when a supposed IRS caller is a fake. Here are five things the scammers often do but the IRS will not do. Any one of these five things is a tell-tale sign of a scam. The IRS will never:
- Call to demand immediate payment, nor will we call about taxes owed without first having mailed you a bill.
- Demand that you pay taxes without giving you the opportunity to question or appeal the amount they say you owe.
- Require you to use a specific payment method for your taxes, such as a prepaid debit card.
- Ask for credit or debit card numbers over the phone.
- Threaten to bring in local police or other law-enforcement groups to have you arrested for not paying.
If you get a phone call from someone claiming to be from the IRS and asking for money, here’s what you should do:
- If you know you owe taxes or think you might owe, call the IRS at 1.800.829.1040. The IRS workers can help you with a payment issue.
- If you know you don’t owe taxes or have no reason to believe that you do, report the incident to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) at 1.800.366.4484 or atwww.tigta.gov.
- You can file a complaint using the FTC Complaint Assistant; choose “Other” and then “Imposter Scams.” If the complaint involves someone impersonating the IRS, include the words “IRS Telephone Scam” in the notes.