LOGAN TWP. — While investigating an early morning suspicious vehicle report on Dec. 10 on Repaupo Road, officers encountered a 29-year-old Paulsboro man, Michael Hunt, who offered false identifying information, then fled on foot, police said.

Hunt had been wanted by the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office and had additional warrants totaling more than $18,000 from other jurisdictions, said police.

An extensive search of the area, assisted by officers from Woolwich and Greenwich and a Logan K-9, proved unsuccessful.

Hunt was charged with resisting arrest, obstruction of justice and hindering apprehension, for which bail was set at $50,000, said police. Additional charges are pending for prescription pills allegedly found in Hunt’s vehicle.

In other Logan Township news:

 — On Dec. 5, officers investigated several reports of vehicles being burglarized in the Super Fitness parking lot. Vehicle windows were broken and pocket books and other valuables left in plain sight were stolen.

— A 19-year-old Pilesgrove woman was arrested during a vehicle stope on Center Square Road Dec. 5 on several outstanding warrants. She was processed and released.

— Police are looking for a 25-year-old Newark woman who has been charged with criminal trespass, criminal mischief and harassment following a Dec. 7 disturbance on Arlington Boulevard, during which she allegedly caused extensive damage to an acquaintance’s vehicle. The woman fled the scene and the complaint summons has not been served.

—On Dec. 8, officers investigated a complaint that several juveniles approached a youth and punched him several times. Complaints may be pending.

— A Woolwich Township resident told police on Dec. 9 her wallet was stolen from her vehicle while she was in the Wawa Food Market on Center Square Road.

—On Dec. 10, a Philadelphia man told police his wallet had been stolen while he was working on Technology Drive.

— On Dec. 11, an Ohio man told police several pieces of construction equipment — a trash pump, adaptor and steel rings valued at $3,000 — were stolen from his work truck while it was parked at the Holiday Inn overnight.