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

125 Main Street
Bridgeport, NJ 08014

Crime Log – November 20th

by | 20 Nov | Logan PD News

Logan Township Police Department

Crime Log

November 20, 2015

11/14:  Police charged a 22 y/o Bellmawr woman with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia following a vehicle stop on Rt. 130.  She was processed and released pending court.

11/15:  Police charged a 39 y/o Pittsgrove man with criminal mischief following a disturbance at a residence in the Vineyards development.  He was processed and released pending court.

11/15:  Officers investigated a hit and run crash in which the driver struck a street sign, utility pole and a parked car while travelling south on Paulsboro Road.  The operator, a Harrisonville man, was later identified and issued multiple vehicle summons as a result.

11/16:  Police, investigating an illegal dumping complaint on Swedesboro Avenue, charged a Williamstown man with the local ordinance violation after he allegedly abandoned an old boat and trailer.  The matter is pending court.

11/16:  Police charged a 42 y/o Atlantic City man with possession of marijuana following a vehicle stop on Rt. 322.  He was processed and released pending court.

11/17:  A Stratford woman reported that someone stole her purse while she was working on Heron Drive.  The purse contained a wallet, $460 in cash, a checkbook and various personal identifiers.

11/17:  Police arrested a 27 y/o Salem City woman on multiple outstanding warrants following a Center Sq. Road crash investigation.  She was processed and lodged in the Salem County Jail in default.

11/19:  Detectives are investigating a cargo theft of 24 pallets of frozen steaks from a business on Commerce Blvd.  The person responsible, described only as a Hispanic male operating a white tractor/trailer, presented an order slip and had his truck loaded with steaks valued at $350,000.  The shipment never arrived at it designation.

11/19:  Officers arrested a 32 y/o Salem City man who was wanted (NCIC) by the Salem County Prosecutor’s Office.  He was processed and lodged in the Salem County Jail.

11/19:  Police arrested a 36 y/o Salem City man on an outstanding warrant for hindering apprehension. He was processed and remanded to the Salem County Jail.