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Non-Emergency: 856-589-0911
Headquarters: 856-467-0061

125 Main Street
Bridgeport, NJ 08014

Crime Log January 7th

by | 7 Jan | Logan PD News

Logan Township Police Department

Crime Log

January 7, 2015

 12/23:  Police charged a 27 y/o Logan man with burglary, theft and receiving stolen property following a residential burglary in the Logan Woods development.  He was processed and released pending court.

12/25:  A resident in the Vineyards development reported that someone, possibly an acquaintance, stole $310 worth of prescription medication from their house sometime overnight.  Detectives are investigating possible suspects.

12/26:  Representatives of a Cherry Hill Trucking Company reported that an electronic control module was stolen from one of their tractors while parked on the 400 block of Heron Drive.  The module is valued at $800.

12/28:  Police investigated a commercial burglary and theft from a business on Arlington Blvd.  Corporate documents as well as keys were reported stolen.

12/29:  Officers, responding to an alarm activation, discovered an attempted burglary at Sprint-Mobile Works on Beckett Road.  Upon viewing video surveillance footage, two suspects were seen breaking out the front window and fleeing upon tripping an alarm sensor.  Nothing was reported stolen, and officers are attempting to identify those responsible.

12/30:  An Auburn woman reported that her vehicle was burglarized while it was parked at the Super Fitness on Beckett Road.  The perpetrator entered the vehicle by breaking out the rear passenger window and removed a purse that was located therein.  The purse contained cash, credit cards, medication and various personal identifiers.

1/1:  A Claymont, De. woman reported that someone has been tampering with her vehicle while it is parked at her place of employment on Heron Drive.  Victim states that over the past several months, someone has been putting screws in her tires causing her to incur repair and replacement costs.

1/3:  A business on Village Center Drive reported a customer left prior to paying for services.  The accused was later identified and restitution was made in lieu of complaints.

1/5:  Officers, responding to a suspicious person complaint on Rt. 322, arrested a 45 y/o Deptford man who was wanted (NCIC) out of the Camden County Sheriff’s Dept. on fraud and escape charges.  He was processed and turned over to Camden County Sheriffs.

1/5:  Officers, responding to a suspicious person complaint on Beckett Road, arrested a 51 y/o Carneys Point man who was wanted (NCIC) out of the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Dept.  He was processed and turned over for commitment.

1/6:  Officers arrested a 22 y/o Camden man on multiple outstanding warrants following a vehicle stop on Sharptown Road.  He was processed and released on his own recognizance per the issuing authorities.

1/6:  Representatives of Bridgeton Recycling Company reported that one of their trailers was stolen while parked at 2100 Center Square Road.  The trailer, a 53’ Great Dane, was valued at $5,000.

1/7:  Police charged a 21 y/o Sewell man, Scott Evanko, with possession of marijuana following a Pureland Drive vehicle stop.  He was processed and released pending court.

1/8:  Officers arrested a 21 y/o Sicklerville man on multiple warrants following a vehicle crash on Center Square Road.  He was processed and committed to the Salem County Jail in default of $1700.