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Emergency: Dial 911
Non-Emergency: 856-589-0911
Headquarters: 856-467-0061

125 Main Street
Bridgeport, NJ 08014

Crime Log September 5th

by | 5 Sep | Logan PD News

Logan Township Police Department

Crime Log

September 5, 2014

8/27:  Officers arrested a 39 y/o Woodbury man on multiple warrants following a vehicle stop on High Hill Road.  The man was processed and turned over to the GC Sheriff’s Dept. in default of bail.

8/27:  A Penns Grove woman reported that her Samsung Note 3 cell phone was stolen while she was at work on the 300 block of Heron Drive.  The phone was valued at $740.

8/28:  An Oldmans Creek Road resident reported that his mountain bike, valued at $600, was stolen from his property sometime overnight.

8/30:  A Paulsboro Road resident reported that several packages delivered by USPS had been stolen from the front of his home.

8/30:  A Logan man reported that his 2003 Saab convertible was stolen while he visited friends on Patriot Drive.  The vehicle was returned a short time later with nothing missing or disturbed.  A suspect has been identified and complaints may be pending.

8/31:  Police investigated a counterfeit bill $20 which had been passed at the McDonalds.  The suspect was described as a black male, operating a maroon, sedan with Pa. tags.  Officers are viewing surveillance footage in an effort to identify the person responsible.

9/2:  While investigating an unwanted persons complaint in the Cambridge Knoll development, officers arrested a 26 y/o Logan man who was wanted on multiple warrants in several jurisdictions.  He was processed and turned over to Rowan University PD in default.

9/3:  Police investigated a burglary and theft from a motor vehicle which had been parked in the lot at 406 Heron Drive.  The victim, a Westville woman, reported that her purse was stolen which contained various personal identifiers.

9/4:  A McDonald’s employee reported that her LG cell phone, valued at $100, was stolen when left unattended inside the store.

9/4:  Officers investigated the theft of approximately 1500 lbs. of scrap copper from a warehouse on Veterans Drive.  The coppers value was estimated at $3500.