Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Logan, Utah. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Logan Utah Police Station Address: 62 W 300 N, Logan, UT 84321, United States


3 weeks ago
On December 20, 2017 these miscreants walked into Wal-Mart and loaded up a 65” UHD television. Then proceeded out… https://t.co/6pUJbcQ7zX

4 weeks ago
On 12/09/2017 Logan Police responded to investigate several vehicle burglaries. The vehicles side windows were… https://t.co/8tnwUQxiFy

1 month ago
Please join us here at Logan City Police Department in congratulating one of our own, Officer Kristian Johnson for being nominated and chosen as KSL’s “Beyond the Badge” Officer of the week! Officer Johnson is simply GREAT!

1 month ago
The victim of last nights auto accident is identified as Luis A. Vital (25) is Wendell, Idaho. We have no update on the condition of others involved at this time.

1 month ago
Injury accident 1400 No. 200 E. One fatality. Please stay clear of this intersection as investigation is ongoing.

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Logan City Police Department1 week ago

Mr. Rhoads turned himself in a few minutes ago. Thanks for everyones help!

Do you know Douglas Lyle Rhoades? LCPD is actively seeking him as we have probable cause to arrest him. Mr. Rhoads is wanted for stealing a forklift from a construction site on January 6, 2018. If you know where Mr. Rhoades is, please call Detective Wursten at 435-716-9485.

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Logan City Police Department1 week ago

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The miscreant who stole the television and loaded it into a stolen vehicle, is Alexander Richards Sosa. He has been living in the Ogden area. We will be writing a warrant for his arrest. If you know where Alexander is PLEASE CALL YOUR LOCAL POLICE. He currently has several warrants for his arrest. Here is a link to his Facebook account. www.facebook.com/jerimiah.ramirez.52
We have attached a few pictures of him.

On December 20, 2017 these miscreants walked into Wal-Mart and loaded up a 65” UHD television. Then proceeded out the door without paying for it. They loaded the stolen TV into a stolen dark colored Hyundai Sonata with Utah license # of B776AX. This vehicle was stolen from the Roy Utah area on December 20 as well. If you know any of these folks we would love to learn their names. Please call Detective Fowler at 435-716-9486. You can remain anonymous.
PLEASE share this post with all your friends. We’d like to have a warrant drafted for their arrest by 5pm today.

Okay community. With your help, we’ve got NAMES!! December 28,2017 3:30pm. With your help it only took us 5 hours to identify them.

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Logan City Police Department added 5 new photos.4 weeks ago

On 12/09/2017 Logan Police responded to investigate several vehicle burglaries. The vehicles side windows were smashed out and purses were stolen. Checks from the purses are now being cashed in the Salt Lake City area. This little sweetheart is the one cashing the checks and using the victim’s identification. We believe in these photos she may be wearing a wig to disguise herself. The van she is driving is a silver Kia with a stolen license plate. If you can identify her please call Detective Wursten at 435-716-9485. Please leave a message on his voicemail. Please remember to SHARE this post.

Oh….PLEASE DON’T LEAVE YOUR PURSES IN VEHICLES! There are thugs out there. Yes, even in Logan.

Television news stations, we’re hoping to see her on TV.

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Logan City Police Department1 month ago

Just a friendly reminder to stay safe during the busy holiday season….

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Logan City Police Department1 month ago

As you celebrate the holiday season with your friends and family, avoid these 6 holiday hazards to keep your friends and family safe.
1. Don’t stand on chairs, desks or other furniture. Always use a proper step stool or ladder.
2. Don’t place mistletoe, holly berries, Jerusalem cherry and other poisonous plants within reach of children
3. Don’t use a dull blade. It requires more pressure, which increases the potential for injury.
4. Don’t post if you are traveling or going to be away from home on social media.
5. Don’t let your Christmas tree dry out and become a fire hazard. Pick a fresh tree and keep it hydrated.
6. Don’t burn or throw gift wrap in the fireplace. Recycle your gift wrap instead.