Crime Log – October 19th
Logan Township Police Department
October 19, 2015
10/9: Associates at the Heritages on Beckett Road reported that a white male shoplifted cigarettes and a bottle of water from the store. He fled the store in a 2007 Chrysler that had been reported stolen out of Monroe Twp.
10/10: Officers, investigating a disturbance complaint on Twp. Line Road, charged a 24 y/o Pennsauken man with criminal mischief after he punctured the tires to a Paulsboro man’s vehicle while it was parked at Twp. Line Park. The accused, Eric Johnson, then punched the victim in the face after being confronted. He fled the area but was located shortly thereafter with the assistance of East Greenwich Police. Johnson was processed and released pending court.
10/12: A Philadelphia woman reported that she was assaulted by a co-worker while working at Uptown Bakeries on High Hill Road.
10/13: A Camden woman reported that someone slashed the tires to her 2001 Toyota while it was parked at Taylor Farms on Heron Drive.
10/13: Police charged a 33 y/o Pennsville man with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia following a vehicle stop on Rt. 322. He was processed and released pending court.
10/14: Officers arrested a 50 y/o Paulsboro man on multiple warrants following a vehicle stop on Birch Creek Road. He was processed and release on his own recognizance per the issuing authorities.
10/16: Police charged a 24 y/o Springfield, Pa. woman with DWI following a vehicle stop on Beckett Road. She was processed and released pending court.
10/16: Police arrested a 56 y/o Pennsville following a stop on Center Square Road for being wanted out of Salem County as a fugitive. He was processed and turned over to Salem County Sheriff’s.
10/17: Officers, investigating an erratic driving complaint on Floodgate Road, charged a 24 y/o Runnemede man with criminal mischief after he damaged property while at the Bridgeport Speedway. He was processed and released.
10/18: Police arrested a 25 y/o Richmond, IN. man on an outstanding warrant out of Cumberland County. He was processed and turned over to State Police.