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Crimelog – February 5
Logan Township Police Department
February 5, 2016
1/22: Officers investigated the theft of prescription medication from an employee’s duffel bag at AMBC Corporation, 603 Heron Dr. No suspects were identified.
1/25: A Woodbury woman reported the theft of $500 from her vehicle which was being stored at a Cedar Swamp Rd business.
1/26: Following a motor vehicle stop for an expired registration, a 19 year old female from Upland, PA and a 23 year old female from Chester, PA were arrested for providing false information to police in an attempt to hinder their own apprehension. Both were processed and released pending a date in Logan Township Municipal Court.
1/26: Officers investigated a dispute between partner truck drivers which resulted in a 41 year old Massapequa Park, NY man being, charged with simple assault. The case is pending court.
1/27: Company officials at Pullman, 2227 High Hill Rd, reported that a former employee failed to return industrial tools upon his termination. The company incurred an estimated $18000 loss. The company was unable to show proof that the former employee had signed off acknowledging that he must return the tools upon separation from service so no probable cause was established to sign criminal complaints.
1/28: A Lafayette Dr. resident reported that on January 4th and 5th, her credit card had been fraudulently used in Mantua Township, NJ and Wilmington, DE for an estimated $1400. No suspect could be identified.
1/29: While investigating a suspicious person at UPS, 200 Birch Creek Rd, police arrested a 30 year old Pennsauken man on an outstanding warrant in the amount $750. He was processed and released pending a new court date.
1/30: A female employee of UPS, 200 Birch Creek Rd, reported that her wallet was stolen from her locker at work. Same contained her NJ driver’s license, her social security card, a debit card and $250 cash. The victim further related that her debit card was fraudulently used at WAWA in the amount of $55.00. Surveillance footage and electronic transaction data failed to reveal a suspect.
1/30: Officials at Amazon Fulfillment, 2277 Center Square Rd, located a wax paper “fold” containing suspected heroin in the entryway to the building. Same was turned over to police and marked for destruction.
1/31: Camden County Police Metro Division recovered the ATV which had been previously reported stolen from Springer Ln. Same was subsequently returned to the owner.