From the Richmond Dispatch, 3/30/1863, p. 2, c. 4
Indicted. – Shortly after the battles around Richmond, where many a brave man attested by his life’s blood his devotion to the common cause, the Provost Marshal of Richmond sent out agents to gather in all the debris of the battles in the shape of blankets, muskets, etc. In pursuance of such orders they visited a number of counties, and gathered many valuables left by the retreating Yankees, which were brought to Richmond. Among other officers, detective Logan McCoull was sent on this service, and he has been indicted in about twenty cases by the Grand Jury of Charles City county. In one instance for reclaiming two Yankee muskets held by a old man.