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10/11/2016 - Peapack Gladstone Police Blotter 10/3/16 - 10/9/16

Peapack and Gladstone Incidents- Week of 10/3-10/9

Monday 10/3/16 4:23 PM - Police responded to Rt. 206 near Pottersville Rd for a report of a motor vehicle crash. The two car crash resulted in minor damage to both vehicles. No summonses were issued.

Tuesday 10/4/16 12:05 AM - Police reported that while conducting security check of the Peapack Train Station, they located what appeared to be a suspicious motor vehicle. It was determined that the owner had parked the vehicle/trailer in the lot prior to leaving it behind to conduct business in the area.

Tuesday 10/4/16 4:31 PM - Police reported that they were called to a Gladstone business for a report of found property. Police were given a plastic bag which appeared to contain a small amount of suspected marijuana. Police took possession of the bag and its contents for destruction.

Wednesday 10/5/16 10:40 PM - Police reported that they responded to a Peapack residence for a report of an intoxicated person. Police spoke with both parties at the residence who advised there was no altercation of any kind. Both individuals agreed and were permitted to go about their night amicably.

Thursday 10/6/16 7:39 AM - Police reported that they responded into Far Hills to assist Far Hills PD with a domestic violence incident. Ofc. Adam Caruso assisted until his services were no longer needed.

Thursday 10/6/16 5:26 PM - Police responded to an area off of Highland Avenue for report of a person possibly living in the woods. A witness stated that the person was a male wearing a “hoodie.” Upon searching, there were no signs of anyone or anything which led officers to believe that someone was living in the wooded area.

Friday 10/7/16 4:44 AM - Police responded to Perry St for a report of a suspicious motor vehicle. Upon arriving Police determined that the vehicle was a limousine looking for an address on Perry St.

Friday 10/7/16 7:15 AM - 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.

Friday 10/7/16 10:11 AM - Police reported that they responded to Rt. 206 in the area of Holland Rd for a report of a two car motor vehicle crash. There was moderate damage to both vehicles and one of the drivers was issued a summons for Careless Driving.

Friday 10/7/16 12:15 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 who had fallen. The victim was checked by the Rescue Squad and refused further medical attention.

Friday 10/7/16 9:57 PM - Police reported that they responded to Rt. 206 near Pfizer Way for a report of a one car motor vehicle crash. A deer crossed in front of a vehicle heading northbound causing the collision. There was minor damage to the vehicle.

Saturday 10/8/16 1:52 PM - Police reported that they responded to the area of Main St near Holland Avenue for a report of juveniles throwing rocks at vehicles. Police located three juveniles who admitted to throwing rocks at passing vehicles. The juveniles were left in the custody of their parents.

Saturday 10/8/16 4:15 PM - Police reported that they responded to Rt. 206 near Pottersville Rd for a report of a two car motor vehicle crash. The rear end crash cause moderate damage to both vehicles. No summonses were issued.

Saturday 10/8/16 8:33 PM - Police reported that they, along with the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid & Rescue Squad, responded to a Gladstone residence for a male experiencing severe back/abdominal pain. The 61 year old was transported to Morristown Medical Center by the PG Rescue Squad.

Sunday 10/9/16 2:02 AM - Police reported that they responded to the area of Main St near Holland Ave for a report of loud music. The music was determined to be coming from a residence on Main St. Ofc. Anthony Damiano spoke with the resident who agreed to turn down the music.

Sunday 10/9/16 10:47 PM - Police reported that a random license plate inquiry resulted in a warrant arrest. A man out of Stroudsburg, PA was stopped on Rt. 206 for operating an unregistered vehicle. A check of his license showed a $2000 warrant out of Wantage Municipal Court. He was transported to the State Police barracks in Netcong when it was determined he could not post bail.