Introducing the PG Police Blotter
The Police Committee in association with Chief Greg Skinner are pleased to present the PG Police Blotter, a weekly summary of incidents in the Borough. This new feature is being trialed to gauge resident interest in learning more about incidents that occur in our Borough. While incidents are reportable, confidentiality is paramount and names will never be used to protect the privacy of our residents and visitors.
Comments and feedback about this feature are welcome! Please email Councilman Mark Corigliano at email@example.com with your thoughts.
Incidents, week of July 18 – July 23
Wednesday 7/20/16 at 10:28 AM - Police reported a two car motor vehicle crash on US HWY 206 in the area of Pottersville Rd. There were no injuries reported. No summonses were issued.
Wednesday 7/20/16 at 5:09 PM - Police reported a two car motor vehicle crash on US HWY 206 in the area of Pottersville Rd. There were no injuries reported. No summonses were issued.
Wednesday 7/20/16 at 6:41 PM - Police responded to a business on Main Street in Peapack for a report of a 60 year old male who had fainted. The victim was transported to Morristown Medical Center by the Rescue Squad and Medics from Robert-Wood Johnson-Somerset.
Wednesday 7/20/16 at 7:17 PM - Police responded to the area of Holland Ave and US HWY 206 in Peapack for a reported smoke condition. Peapack and Gladstone Fire and Rescue Squad were also dispatched and responded. It was determined that the smoke condition was caused by a lawnmower at a Holland Ave address. It was not deemed to be a fire emergency.
Thursday 7/21/16 at 8:27 PM - Police responded to Liberty Park in Peapack for a report of a 15 year old juvenile with psychological problems. The juvenile was transported to Robert-Wood Johnson- Somerset’s Psychological Unit by Police for evaluation.
Thursday 7/22/16 at 9:41 AM - Police responded to a residence on Main Street for a report of a 64 year old male for having a diabetic emergency. The victim was transported to Robert-Wood Johnson-Somerset Hospital by the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid and Rescue Squad.
Saturday 7/23/16 at 12:50 AM - Police responded to Gladstone residence for a report of a 73 year old male fall victim from standing height. The victim was transported to Morristown Medical Center by the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid and Rescue Squad.
Saturday 7/23/16 - A 56 year old male of Bedminster was issued a summons for violating a Somerset County Rule & Regulation at Natirar Park (parking).