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Crime Log – October 9th
Logan Township Police Department
October 9, 2015
9/29: A Bridgeton woman reported that her iPhone 6 was stolen while at work on Sharptown Road. With the assistance of a tracking application, the phone was located at a residence in Penns Grove and returned to the owner. Complaints may be pending.
9/29: Officers, investigating a motor vehicle crash and attempted carjacking on Center Square Road, charged a 44 y/o Philadelphia woman with theft, resisting arrest, simple assault, and carjacking. She was turned over to NJ State Police for processing on additional charges stemming from another carjacking incident on I-295 in West Deptford Twp. Bail for the Logan charges was set at $100,000 full cash.
9/29: Police charged a 40 y/o Woolwich woman with DWI following an investigation on Village Center Drive. She was processed and released as per John’s Law.
10/1: A resident in the Eagle Farms development reported that someone sprayed black paint on the back window to her 2010 Trailblazer sometime overnight.
10/3: A Woodlynn man reported that he was assaulted by a co-worker while working at a warehouse on Heron Drive. Due to conflicting accounts, both parties were advised of the citizen complaint procedure.
10/3: A Shady Brook Lane resident reported that a family member stole a 60” Samsung television, a Minolta camera, a computer tablet, two cell phones and various pieces of jewelry from her over the past month. In addition, the accused is said to have accessed her bank account and withdrawn over $17,000 in cash. On Oct. 6th, Detectives charged a 22 y/o Logan man with theft following an investigation into the homeowners claims. He was processed and remanded to the Salem County Jail in default of $2,500 bail.
10/7: While investigating an attempted shoplifting complaint at the ACME, Officers arrested an 18 y/o Philadelphia woman on an outstanding warrant. The accused attempted to shoplift $30 worth of personal hygiene items and departed upon being confronted by store security. She was processed and released on her own recognizance.
10/8: A Logan woman reported that someone entered her unlocked vehicle and removed an unfilled prescription from her glovebox.