Crimelog – January 22
Logan Township Police Department
January 22, 2016
1/7: At 10:56 PM a Shady Brook Lane resident reported hearing suspicious sounds similar to someone attempting to enter his garage. When the caller looked outside he observed three men walking away from the house. Upon further inspection the garage door handle was damaged and a window screen had been cut. Investigators attempted to retrieve fingerprints from the window with negative results. A check of the area yielded negative results for any suspects.
1/8: Incident to a motor vehicle stop a 31 year old Millville Man was arrested on an outstanding Fairfield Twp Municipal Court warrant. Same was processed and released ROR pending a new court date.
1/9: Officers investigated a damaged fence in the 300 block of Beckett Rd. By way of a Station House Adjustment, the juvenile responsible and his mother agreed to make restitution to the victim in the amount of $590 to cover the cost of repairing the fence.
1/11: A 20 year old Woodbury woman reported the theft of $25 from a wallet she had accidentally left in the restroom at Wawa, 1700 Center Square Rd. No suspect could be identified.
1/11: Officers investigated the theft of equipment from a storage garage on Beckett Rd. It was reported that two concrete saws, a chain saw and a vibratory asphalt plate with an estimated value of $4890 was stolen. No suspects could be identified.
1/12: A motorist reported that an unidentified male operating a white SUV threw a bottle at the victim’s vehicle, shattering the rear window, during an act of road rage. The suspect was not able to be located.
1/14: Incident to a motor vehicle stop for speeding and failure to maintain a lane, a 21 year old Woolwich Twp man was arrested for DWI and other motor vehicle violations. He was processed and released pending a date in Logan Township Municipal Court.
1/14: A female patron at McDonalds located $570 on the floor of the restaurant and turned it over to police. To date the owner has not been identified.
1/15: Officers responded to a dispute at Tech-Data, 1 Technology Dr, and assisted in escorting a terminated employee from the facility.
1/17: Officers and Investigators investigated the theft of jewelry from a RV that was being serviced at Camping World, 602 Heron Dr. No surveillance footage or evidence could be obtained.
1/18: A 2002 Honda ATV with an estimated value of $2500 was stolen from a Springer Ln residence. No suspects have been identified.
1/19: A vehicle parked on Edward Dr was struck and damaged by an unknown vehicle during the overnight hours of 1/18-1/19.