— On March 20, a 53-foot box trailer was reported stolen from a business onHigh Hill Road during the previous week. The 2005 Hyundai trailer is valued at $21,000.
— On March 20, police investigated the theft of several gift cards from a residence in the Greenfields development. An acquaintance of the homeowner was found to be responsible, and upon being interviewed, agreed to replace the items in lieu of charges.
— On March 21, officers charged a 33-year-old Logan man with simple assault following a disturbance in the High Hill Farms development. The man was processed and released pending court.
— On March 22, police arrested two Pennsylvania men on multiple warrants following a vehicle stop on Center Square Road. The men were subsequently released on their own recognizance, but the vehicle was impounded due to it having fictitious tags, being unregistered and uninsured.
— On March 23, police charged a 22-year-old Palmyra man with criminal simulation after he passed a counterfeit $5 bill at the Heritages on Beckett Road. He was processed and released pending court.
— On March 23, representatives of a business on Birch Creek Road reported that one of their tractors, a 2007 Volvo, was entered overnight and items valued in excess of $500 were taken from within. The stolen items included a mattress and cabinet from the sleeper portion and various electronics.
— On March 23, officers arrested a 26-year-old Gibbstown man following a Route 44 vehicle stop. The man had multiple in-county warrants and was also an NCIC hit out of Harris County, Texas for assault. He was processed, charged and remanded to the Salem County Jail to await extradition.
— On March 25, police investigated the theft of antique jewelry and coins from a home in the Country Crossings development. The homeowner reported the incident occurred sometime over the past two weeks and estimated the value of the stolen effects at $15,000.
— On March 25, officers arrested a 44-year-old Logan man on multiple warrants from Gloucester and Camden counties as well as being an NCIC hit out of the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Department. He was processed and remanded to the Salem County Jail.