Police impersonation probed in Logan Township – The Star

October 27, 2014 Posted by admin

Logan Township Police Department crimelog

Authorities are investigating an allegation of someone impersonating a police officer.

A private security guard allegedly attempted to pull over a vehicle on Center Square Road on Oct. 20, police said.

Officials have not released details of the incident.

— On Oct. 16, a Swedesboro woman reported that her phone was stolen while working at a warehouse on High Hill Road. The phone, a Samsung Galaxy 4, was valued at $150.

— Police investigated a scrap metal theft from a construction site in Bridgeport on Oct. 17.  Contractors reported that copper pipes valued at $200 were stolen by three white males. Police have identified suspects and complaints are pending.

— On Oct. 18, police arrested a 38-year-old Lumberton, N.C., man on multiple warrants following a suspicious vehicle complaint on Route 322. He was processed and released on his own recognizance per the issuing authorities.

— A Stone Henge Drive resident reported that sometime over the past several weeks, someone forcibly entered his enclosed trailer and removed various power tools and an air compressor. The tools are valued at $1,100.

— Officers charged a 52-year-old Gibbstown man with defiant trespass and criminal mischief following an investigation at a home in Bridgeport on Oct. 18. The man was processed and released pending court.

— Police charged a Philadelphia man with soliciting without a permit following a complaint in the Eagle Farms development on Oct. 20. The matter is pending municipal court.

— A resident in the Quail Ridge development reported that someone entered her residence and removed an 18-karat, white gold bracelet from her nightstand on Oct. 21. Police have identified a person of interest and the matter is pending further investigation.

— Police charged a 50-year-old Woolwich woman with simple assault following a disturbance in the High Hill Farms development on Oct. 21.  The woman was processed and released pending court.

— Officers investigated a shoplifting complaint at the Acme on Center Square Road in which the suspect stole over-the-counter medications valued at $90 on Oct. 22.

— Acme officials reported that a man attempted to steal $160 worth of liquid detergent Oct. 23, but fled the scene when confronted by store employees. The man fled the scene in a gold Dodge Caravan with a Delaware tag.

— Police arrested a 22-year-old Salem man on multiple warrants out of Salem County on Oct. 24. He was processed and placed in Salem County jail in default of bail.

Matt Gray may be reached at mgray@southjerseymedia.com. Follow South Jersey Times on Twitter @TheSJTimes. Find the South Jersey Times on Facebook.

Article source: http://www.nj.com/gloucester-county/index.ssf/2014/10/police_impersonation_probed_in_logan_township.html

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