Peapack and Gladstone Incidents - Week of 3/27/17 - 4/2/17
Wednesday 3/29/17 10:07 AM - Police, along with the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid Squad, responded to a Peapack business for a report of a 64 year old male experiencing a headache. The male was in care of on-site medical staff when officers arrived. The patient was transported to Morristown Medical Center by the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid Squad for further evaluation.
Wednesday 3/29/17 7:17 PM - Police responded to a Gladstone residence for a noise complaint. The residence complained about the noise from an adjacent athletic field. Officers spoke with individuals at the athletic field regarding the noise level.
Wednesday 3/29/17 11:48 PM - Police, along with the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid Squad, responded to a Gladstone address for a report of a seventy year old male experiencing chest pain and difficulty breathing. Officers assisted by administering oxygen and monitoring the patient’s vitals. The Peapack-Gladstone First Aid Squad transported the patient to Morristown Medical Center for further evaluation.
Thursday 3/30/17 7:28 AM - Police reported that they responded to the intersection of Jackson Avenue/Old Chester Road/Main Street for a report of damage to the bridge. Det. Paul Morris located the damage to the stone wall which is adjacent to the bridge. It appeared as though the stone and cement had deteriorated over time and possible impact from snow being plowed on the roadway caused the wall to collapse. Somerset County Department of Public Works were contacted to respond.
Thursday 3/30/17 11:36 AM - Officers from Peapack and Gladstone as well as Far Hills PD responded to a Gladstone residence for a report of a dispute. Police learned that an altercation broke out between a landlord and a tenant’s significant other. Officers explained the process of signing complaints to the involved parties. A female involved in the incident claimed that she was “dizzy,” from the altercation. The Peapack-Gladstone First Aid Squad responded and evaluation the patient, who refused further medical attention. No complaints were signed at that time. Both individuals went their separate ways prior to officers clearing the call.
Thursday 3/30/17 6:03 PM - Police reported a two car motor vehicle crash at the intersection of Mendham Rd and St. Bernard’s Rd. There was moderate damage to both vehicles. No one was injured and no summonses were issued.
Friday 3/31/17 2:10 AM - Police responded to the Gladstone Train Station for a report of a “confused” person. Ofc. Adam Caruso met with the 31 year old male who was unsure as to where he was. The male was provided a cell phone to contact his wife, who had reported him missing to the Glen Ridge Police Department since she had not heard from him. The male received a ride home from a relative several minutes later.
Friday 3/31/17 4:48 PM - Police reported a resident found a dog in the area of Highland Avenue. Cpl. Thomas Scanlon used the PG Borough dog tag to locate an address for the owner. He responded to the residence with the dog where he found no one home. He was able to secure the animal at the home.
Saturday 4/1/17 6:52 AM - Officers, along with the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid Squad, responded to a church on Main Street for a report of a juvenile who had experienced a seizure. When police arrived they found the patient to be uninjured and was being cared for by several adults. After speaking with the juvenile for a few minutes, he began to recognize his surroundings and regain his mental state. The patient’s mother arrived and assumed care of him.
Sunday 4/2/17 5:15 AM - Police reported that they responded into Far Hills Borough to assist and officer with an arrest on a traffic warrant. Det. Anthony Damiano stood by until he was no longer needed.
Sunday 4/2/7 4:42 PM - Police responded to a Gladstone residence for a noise complaint. The residence complained about the noise from an adjacent athletic field. Officers witnessed a soccer practice, but felt that the level of noise was not inappropriate.
Sunday 4/2/17 6:48 PM - Police arrested a 71 year old male of Bedminster, NJ for Driving While Intoxicated. He was stopped for speeding on Rt. 206. Det. Anthony Damiano placed the male under arrest after he failed multiple field sobriety tests. He was transported to Police Headquarters where he was processed and released to an uninvolved party. Davis was issued summonses for Speeding and Driving While Intoxicated.