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9/19/2017 - Peapack Gladstone Police Blotter - 9/11/17 - 9/17/17

Peapack and Gladstone Incidents- Week of 9/11/17-9/17/17

Wednesday 9/13/17 9:59 AM - Police, along with the Peapack-Gladstone Fire Department, responded to a Gladstone residence for a report of a fire alarm. Officers arrived and learned that there was a smoke condition in the home due to burned food. The PG Fire Department arrived and ventilated the residence.

Friday 9/15/17 1:30 AM - Police and the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid Squad were dispatched to a Peapack residence for an elderly man who was unable to sleep. The victim complained that he was not able to sleep and requested that he be taken to the hospital. The PG First Aid Squad arrived and transported the 86 year old to RWJB-Somerset.

Saturday 9/16/17 3:58 AM - Police arrested a 22 West New York, NJ man for a warrant out of Harrison Municipal Court. Det. Anthony Damiano stopped a vehicle driven by Isaias R. Vilorio, Jr. when he conducted a random license plated inquiry of Vilorio’s vehicle which showed the warrant. Vilorio was placed under arrest and transported to Police HQ where he was processed and released.

Saturday 9/16/17 4:12 PM - Police were dispatched to Highland Avenue for a suspicious person walking around a property. As Det. Anthony Damiano entered the grounds, a few individuals began to disperse. Damiano stopped a vehicle being operated by 50 year old Narender Alluri of Bridgewater, NJ. During the stop Damiano witnessed a powdery substance in Alluri’s wallet. The power was sealed in a small zip lock type bag which was under Alluri’s license. Damiano placed Alluri under arrest. He was transported to Police HQ where he was processed and released pending a Court date. Alluri was charged with Possession of CDS and Possession of CDS in a Motor Vehicle.

Sunday 9/17/17 4:42 PM - Police received a call from a resident wanting to report her vehicle had been stolen. Cpl. Thomas Scanlon met with the female who informed him that her husband had stolen her vehicle and her cell phone, and was demanding she give him money. The caller stated that her husband took her vehicle from her workplace in Madison, NJ on Friday 9/15/17. Through the course of the conversation Cpl. Scanlon learned that the male had texted messages to his wife that he wanted to kill himself. Scanlon had Somerset County Communications attempt to locate the male by “pinging” his cell phone. The results showed the phone was in the area of a residence in Wharton, NJ. Warton Police were contacted and attempted to locate the male party, however they were unsuccessful. The female was then referred to Madison Police Department at their request to file a report for the stolen vehicle.