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LOGAN TWP.

— Officials at Penske on Heron Drive reported on May 18 that someone stole a 2007 Freightliner tractor from their facility sometime May 15-17. The yellow day cab is valued at $60,000.

— On May 19, police investigated a road rage incident which ended with two people exchanging blows on the side of Route 130. A Calgary man said he was cut off by a West Deptford man while traveling on the Commodore Barry Bridge. The aggressive driving allegedly continued onto Route 130 North, where the driver stopped and engaged one another. Complaints are pending.

— On May 19, officers investigated the theft of scrap copper and a power auger, valued at $800, from an Asbury Station Road residence.

— An 18-year-old Philadelphia man was charged with simple assault following a May 20 employee dispute at Rastelli’s on Sharptown Road. He was processed and released.

— Copper wiring valued at $1,500 was stolen from a Bridgeport within the past month, according to a May 20 report.

— On May 22, police charged a 23-year-old Logan man with filing a false police report during an investigation into a property damage claim. He was served and released.

— On May 23, officers charged two Swedesboro boys, 14 and 15, with criminal mischief, following a report of two youths damaging fencing begind Carriage Lane. The matter is pending juvenile proceedings.

— A 19-year-old Swedesboro man and an 18-year-old Logan man were charged May 23 with possession of marijuana during a car stop on Center Square Road. Both were processed and released.

— On May 23, a Quail Ridge resident said someone, perhaps an acquaintance, stole various pieces of jewelry from her in the past several months. Complaints are pending.

— A 33-year-old Logan man was charged with theft following a complaint at a Paulsboro Road residence. Matthew Bartholomew allegedly stole $2,400 in cash from a sleeping relative. He fled when the theft was discovered. He was located ate arrested on $6,000 worth of outstanding warrant. A search turned up the stolen cash. He was committed to the Salem County Jail in default of his bail.

— A 2001 Wabash 53-foot trailer, containing pallets, was reported stolen from a Center Square Road warehouse on May 25. The trailer is owned by a Camden company.