— A 30-year-old Deptford Township woman was charged with theft Nov. 3 following an investigation at a business in the 600 block of Heron Drive. She allegedly had credited her person credit card for returns during fraudulent transactions. She allegedly conducted 25 transaction, totaling $13,652. She was served with a complaint summons and released.

In other police reports:

— On Oct. 31, police investigated an attempted burglary on Nortonville Road after someone forced entry through a first-floor window. Nothing was taken.

— On Nov. 2, a Main Street resident reported that an acquaintance stole her laptop computer. Complaints may be pending.
— On Nov. 3, a Hancock Street resident reported that in recent days someone tampered with the front door locks in an attempted burglary. The incident made the locks inoperable.
— An elderly man attempted to pass a counterfeit $20 bill at the McDonald’s drive-through on Nov. 3. The man fled in a blue sedan with a Pennsylvania license plate after an employee declared the bill bogus.
— An 18-year-old Logan resident was charged with driving while intoxicated after a hit-and-run accident on Edward Drive on Nov. 3. The driver was processed and released to a responsible person, as per John’s Law.