Crime Log – September 11th
Logan Township Police Department
September 11, 2015
9/4: Police charged 1 49 y/o Upper Darby, Pa. man with hindering apprehension following an assault investigation at a warehouse on Technology Drive. During the investigation, the accused provided false identifiers in an effort to conceal active warrants out of Burlington County. He was arrested, processed and remanded to the Burlington County Jail.
9/5: Officers, investigating an unwanted persons complaint on Barker Avenue, arrested a 29 y/o Logan woman on multiple warrants and being a fugitive (NCIC) out of the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Dept. She was processed and remanded to the Salem County Jail.
9/5: A Beckett Road resident reported that someone threw various food items at the front of their house sometime overnight.
9/6: Police arrested a 24 y/o Woodbury man on multiple warrants out of both Camden and Gloucester Counties following a vehicle stop on Center Square Road. He was processed and remanded to the Salem County Jail
9/7: Officers arrested a 23 y/o Deepwater man on warrants out of both Pennsville and Logan Twp. following a Rt. 130 stop. He was turned over to Pennsville PD for processing.
9/7: Police charged a 20 y/o Woolwich man with possession of drug paraphernalia following a Paulsboro Road vehicle stop. He was processed and released pending court.
9/8: A Penns Grove man reported that a co-worker threatened him and stole the tags from his vehicle following a business transaction that went awry. The tags were later recovered and citizen complaints may be pending.
9/10: Police charged a 55 y/o Logan man with theft, defiant trespassing, and possession of drug paraphernalia when he was observed loitering on a construction site on Rt. 130. He was processed and released pending court.
9/10: Police investigated a shoplifting complaint at the WaWa on Center Square Road. The accused was identified, contacted and made restitution in lieu of charges.
9/10: Police charged a 35 y/o West Deptford man with terroristic threats and harassment following a disturbance on Rt. 44. Bail was set at $20,000 and service is pending.