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9/26/2016 - Peapack Gladstone Police Blotter - 9/19/16 - 9/25/16

Peapack and Gladstone Incidents- Week of 9/19-9/25


Monday 9/19/16 2:08 PM - Police reported that along with the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid & Rescue Squad they responded to a business in Peapack for a report of an employee having an allergic reaction. The 48 year old male was being treated by medical staff. He was transported to RWJ-Somerset by the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid & Rescue Squad.

Tuesday 9/20/16 6:04 PM - Police reported that they responded to a Peapack residence for a report of a family dispute. The dispute was between a mother and her juvenile old son. It was determined the matter would be turned over the DCP&P for follow up.

Wednesday 9/21/16 6:40 AM - Police responded to a Gladstone residence for a report of burglaries to motor vehicles. Homeowners found the doors open to their vehicles parked in the driveway of the home. Only one item, and EZ-Pass, was reported missing. Police are further investigating.

Wednesday 9/21/16 4:45 PM - Police reported that along with the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid & Rescue Squad they responded to Natirar Park for a report of a juvenile who had lost consciousness. The juvenile was conscious and alert when Police arrived. She was being tended to by a family physician. She was transported to RJW-Somerset by the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid & Rescue Squad.

Wednesday 9/21/16 7:23 PM - Police reported that they responded to the area of Main Street and Jackson Ave for a road rage incident. Both parties involved were located and provided information on how to sign complaints through the Municipal Court.

Thursday 9/22/16 4:11 PM - Police reported that they responded to Main Street near Dewey Avenue for a report of a suspicious container. Cpl. Thomas Scanlon located the container which had an unknown brownish substance inside. The container was not labeled. Somerset County Hazmat was notified and responded to investigate. It was determined that the contents were acidic, but not hazardous. It is unknown who left the container.

Friday 9/23/16 3:02 PM - Police responded to a Gladstone address for a welfare check of the residents there. A family member was concerned as he was unable to reach his parents. Police arrived and checked, but found no one at home. A short time later the individuals were reached by a family member and determined that they were safe.

Friday 9/23/16 4:47 PM - Police reported that an individual came to Police HQ to report a dog bite. The 43 year old male was at a Peapack residence doing work when he was bit on the hand by a dog. The dog is currently licensed and had proper vaccinations.

Friday 9/23/16 6:42 PM - Police reported that along with the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid & Rescue Squad they responded to a Gladstone address for a report of an elderly female experiencing a cardiac emergency. Police found the female to have an elevated heart rate. She was monitored until being transported to Morristown Medical Center by the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid Squad.

Friday 9/23/16 8:49 PM - Police reported that along with the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid & Rescue Squad they responded to a Peapack residence for a report of an elderly male with a nose bleed. The victim was transported to RWJ-Somerset by the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid Squad.

Saturday 9/24/16 7:19 AM - Police reported that they responded to a Main Street address for a report of a missing wallet. Police searched the residence and located the wallet in the home.

Saturday 9/24/16 11:37 PM - Police reported that they were called to a Gladstone address for a suspicious vehicle. Upon arriving, Police located two vehicles in the driveway. Both vehicles were looking for an address nearby. They were directed to the proper home.

Sunday 9/25/16 10:48 AM - Police reported that along with the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid & Rescue Squad they responded to a Peapack residence for a reported of a person experiencing shortness of breath. The male victim was placed on oxygen by Police until he was transported to RWJ-Somerset by the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid Squad.

Sunday 9/25/16 8:38 PM - Police reported that they responded to a business in Peapack for a report of a dispute between employee and employer over payment. Police learned that they employee was seeking more money than he was paid. After discussing the matter, the employee accepted payment prior to leaving.

 

The Peapack and Gladstone Police Department wishes to remind residents to lock car doors and remove valuables, especially car keys, from inside vehicles. Our area is experiencing thefts of vehicles as well as burglaries to unlocked vehicles.

We would also ask that you report suspicious packages or items to the Police, and that you do so right away. Please call 911 or 908-234-0626 at any time if you witness something that appears suspicious.