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10/4/2016 - Peapack Gladstone Police Blotter - 9/26/16 - 10/2/16

Peapack and Gladstone Incidents- Week of 9/26-10/2

Monday 9/26/16 1:10 PM - A 27 year old Gladstone man was arrested and charged with Disorderly Conduct and Harassment while at Police Headquarters. The individual came to Police Headquarters to speak with an officer regarding a prior incident. He began shouting expletives and made threats to officers in the Municipal Building and was placed under arrest.

Monday 9/26/16 3:52 PM - Police reported that they responded to a Gladstone residence for a report of a dispute between family members. Police determined that the homeowner arrived at the residence to find a relative in the home. The family member left when the homeowner contacted Police. A short time later Police located the family member and advised her not to return to the residence as per the homeowner. No charges were being sought at this time.

Monday 9/26/16 10:29 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 female experiencing difficulty breathing. The victim was provided oxygen, monitored, and transported to RWJ-Somerset by the PG First Aid Squad for further evaluation.

Tuesday 9/27/16 2:52 PM - Police reported that a vehicle stolen between 9/5/16 and 9/6/16 was recovered in Newark, NJ. The 2011 BMW was discovered in a parking lot. Investigation is ongoing.

Wednesday 9/28/16 12:42 AM - Police reported that they responded to a Peapack residence to assist a resident. Upon arriving it was determined that an intoxicated individual had fallen and suffered a scrape to his face. The individual refused medical attention.

Wednesday 9/28/16 3:00 PM - A Gladstone resident contacted Police to report that one of her cats appeared to have been shot with some sort of projectile. According to the resident the incident occurred between 9/23 and 9/25. The cat returned to the home with a broken leg. Upon taking the animal to the veterinarian, it was discovered that pellet/BB was lodged in the leg. The animal’s leg was amputated due to the severity of the injury. Police ask anyone with information regarding knowledge of the incident to contact them at 908-234-0626.

Wednesday 9/28/16 5:28 PM - Police reported that a Gladstone resident came to Police Headquarters to report a harassing text message. The victim received a text from a number she did not recognize. Attempts were made to contact someone at the number, but all attempts were futile. The victim was showed how to block the number and did so.

Thursday 9/29/16 5:45 PM - Police reported that they responded to a Gladstone address for a report of a barking dog. The owner advised that she had just arrived home and had let the dogs outside.

Saturday 10/1/16 6:46 AM - Police reported that they responded to assist Bedminster Twp Police with an arrest. Upon arrival, Bedminster Twp Officers had an individual under arrest and were searching for a possible second individual inside a business. It was determined no one else was on location.

Saturday 10/1/16 1:02 PM - Police responded to Natirar Park for a possible missing juveniles. It was reported by a private security company, who were working at an event, that they witnessed a male and female juvenile wander off into the woods. Police conducted a check of the area, but were unable to locate anyone. As there were multiple events going on at Natirar Park, it was determined that the individuals were attending another event.

Sunday 10/2/16 9:47 AM - Police reported that, along with the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid & Rescue Squad, responded to a Gladstone address for a report of a fall victim. The victim was transported to Morristown Medical Center with an arm injury.