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8/11/2016 - Peapack Gladstone Police Blotter 8/1/16 - 8/7/16

Peapack and Gladstone Incidents: Week of 8/1-8/7


Tuesday 8/2/16 at 7:09 AM - Police reported that they received a call for a Burglary of a Peapack residence. Upon arriving Police met with a property maintenance person who had located open doors to the residence when she arrived. A check of the residence showed no signs of forced entry and nothing appeared to be missing from the home.

Wednesday 8/3/16 at 3:41 PM - Police reported a motor vehicle crash on Main Street in the area of St. Luke’s Avenue. The two vehicle, opposite direction crash yielded extensive damage to both vehicles. Neither party was injured. A Gladstone resident was issued two summonses as a result of the crash.

Wednesday 8/3/16 at 10:16 PM - Police reported a female was arrested for Contempt of Court on Holland Avenue in Peapack. The female, a 29 year old resident of Peapack, was stopped when Police conducted a random license plate check and discovered the warrant. The woman was taken into custody, processed, and transported to the Somerset County Jail.

Thursday 8/4/16 at 3:01 AM - Police reported a motor vehicle crash on US HWY 206 in the area of Holland Avenue. The crash was a single vehicle versus a deer. The vehicle sustained heavy damage and had to be towed from the scene. There were no injuries.

Saturday 8/6/16 at 6:30 PM - Police responded to the area of Maple Avenue in Peapack for a report of a smell of smoke. Patrol and Peapack and Gladstone Fire Department Chief McDermott determined that the odor was coming from a grill on an adjacent street.

Sunday 8/7/16 at 8:26 PM - Police reported a vehicle parked on the shoulder of US HWY 206 and Pfizer Way. The vehicle was unoccupied and appeared to have been abandoned. It was determined that the owner of the vehicle resided in Scranton, PA. Scranton Police were contacted and responded to the owner’s residence where he was located. The vehicle reportedly became disabled and was left on the roadside. The vehicle’s owner was issued several summonses including abandoning his vehicle.

ALARMS:
1-FIRE
5- BURGLAR
1- PANIC