— On Jan. 8, police charged a 28-year-old Newark, Del. woman with simple assault following a disturbance at a business on Arlington Boulevard. She was processed and released.
— On Jan. 10, officers charged a 26-year-old Logan Township man with criminal mischief following a disturbance on Logan Lane. While investigating the incident, officers learned the an was wanted on several Camden County warrants and was an NCIC hit from Burlington County. He was committed to the Salem County Jail to await transfer to Burlington County.
— On Jan. 11, officers charged a 22-year-old township man with aggravated assault, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, criminal mischief and unlawful possession of a weapon following a dispute on Barker Avenue. Officers learned the man brandished a kitchen knife and made threatening gestures and statements during an argument with former household members, He was processed and released, pending a medical evaluation.
— On Jan. 11, someone broke out the front passenger-side window of a vehicle parked on Edward Drive.
— Responding to a noise complaint at the Holiday Inn on Jan. 11, officers charged a 44-year-old township woman with multiple ordinance violations after she allegedly rented a room which was being used for a young adult party.
— A 24-year-old Pennsauken man was charged with possession of marijuana on Jan. 13 during a vehicle stop on Paulsboro Road. He was served with a complaint summons and released pending court.
— On Jan. 14, police arrested a 32-year-old Logan Township woman wanted by the Salem County Prosecutor’s Office for a probation violation. She was served and released on an unspecified amount of bail.