— A Paulsboro Road residenr reported on Feb. 16 that her 32-year-old son stole $200 from her, in an effort to sustain his drug habit. He was picked up a short time later by Camden County authorities and found to be in possession of $200 cash. Complaints are pending.

— On Feb. 18, officers charged a 26-year-old Camden man with receiving stolen property and possession of marijuana during a vehicle stop on Center Square Road. The 2002 Mazda he was driving allegedly had been stolen in Camden.  Maurice English was additionally charged with obstruction of justice, lewdness and improper behavior based on his actions when arrested and being processed. He was committed to the Salem County Jail in deault of $25,000 full-cash bail.

— A Mickleton resident reported her car was burglarized while it was parked at Super Fitness on Beckett Road on Feb. 19. The driver’s side window was broken and a Coach purse containing two wallets, cash, credit card and ID was stolen from the front passenger seat.

— On Feb. 19, officers investigated a burglary and theft from a Merle Lane residence. Entry may have been made through a first floor window. A laptop computer, three rings and a 9mm Taurus handgun were stolen.

— On Feb. 19, a 28-year-old Logan man was arrested on several warrants by officers investigating suspicious activity in the Logan Woods development. He was committed to the Salem County Jail in default of an unspecified amount of bail.

— On Feb. 20, representatives of a business on Killdeer Court reported someone entered a company truck and stole a GP unit.

— Police charged a 32-year-old Salem man on Feb. 20 with aggravated assault with a weapon following a disturbance at a business on Sharptown Road. He allegedly threatened a co-worker with a utility knife, then slashed the victim’s jacket with the knife. He was processed and released, on condition he have no contact with the victim.

— On Feb. 20, a Collegeville, Pa. man told police he was assaulted by a co-worker during a dispute at a business on Pedricktown Road. Complaints are pending.
— On Feb. 22, police investigated a burglary and theft from an unoccupied building on Oldmans Creek Road. Someone made forcible entry through a rear entry and stole all the piping in the house.