Police Officer Arrested for Alleged Fraud

LAS VEGAS - Metro Police have arrested a fellow officer amid allegations of fraud.

Police arrested 29-year-old Joshua Logan for felony fraudulent use of credit card and misdemeanor theft. He was booked in the Clark County Detention Center. 

Logan, a patrol officer in the Bolden Area Command, has been with the force since Aug. 2008. He is on unpaid administrative leave pending the outcome of his case.

Police also arrested a woman, 31-year-old Leticia Rosas, in connection with the investigation. Police said she was identified as a suspect in the fraudulent use of an Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department credit card.

 


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