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11/29/2017 - Peapack Gladstone Police Blotter - 11/20/17 - 11/26/17

Peapack and Gladstone Incidents - Week of 11/20/17-11/26/17

Monday 11/20/17 5:05 AM - Police reported the arrest of a 34 year old Gladstone resident for multiple warrants. The individual came to Police HQ and informed officers that he had warrants for his arrest. Once the warrants were verified, Morris County Sheriff’s Office was advised. MC Sheriff’s officers responded to take custody.

Monday 11/20/17 6:56 AM - Cpl. Thomas Scanlon was dispatched to a Peapack residence for a report of a fall victim who was feeling dizzy. The Peapack-Gladstone First Aid Squad was requested to evaluate the victim. The 50 year old female had a bruise on her forehead and arm. The PG First Aid Squad arrived and assessed the patient, and transported her to RWJB-Somerset for further assistance.

Monday 11/20/17 10:31 PM - Police reported a one car motor vehicle crash on Rt. 206 near Pfizer Way. A vehicle being driven by a 21 year old Sterling woman, struck a deer which attempted to cross the highway. The vehicle became disabled due to the amount of damage. The driver was uninjured.

Tuesday 11/21/17 8:55 AM - Police were dispatched to Rt. 206 near Holland Road for a report of a two car, rear-end motor vehicle crash. A vehicle being driven by a 62 year old Oldwick woman was struck by a vehicle being operated by a 26 year old Clark man. Both vehicles were northbound on Rt. 206, when the crash occurred. There were no injuries and no summonses were issued. Both vehicles sustained minor damage and were driven from the scene.

Tuesday 11/21/17 10:35 AM - Police responded to a Peapack business for a one car motor vehicle crash. Employees of the company noticed damage to a gate on the property. A check of surveillance camera footage showed an employee striking the gate which led to the damage.

Tuesday 11/21/17 4:24 PM - An Allentown, PA woman contacted Police to report her husband missing. The female informed officers that the family last heard from her 57 year old husband this past Saturday. Police requested a “ping” of the missing man’s cell phone. Shortly after, officers learned that Berkeley Heights PD had contact with the missing person the night before. One of their officers transported him to Scotch Plains and he did not appear to be in any sort of distress. Not long after being entered as missing, Green Brook Police located the missing person in their town. He was transported to RWJB-Somerset for medical evaluation.

Tuesday 11/21/17 6:28 PM - Police reported a one car motor vehicle crash on Rt. 206 at Pottersville Road. A 53 year old Hackettstown woman was heading southbound on Rt. 206 when a deer struck the driver's side of her vehicle. There was minor damage to the vehicle which was able to be driven from the scene.

Thursday 11/23/17 8:02 AM - Police, along with the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid Squad, responded to a Gladstone residence for a report of an elderly female having difficulty breathing. Cpl. Owen Duff conducted an assessment of the patient and found an elevated heart rate and a low oxygen level in her blood. Cpl. Duff supplied oxygen to the victim until the arrival of the PG First Aid Squad. She was transported to Morristown Medical Center by the PG First Aid Squad and Medics from Atlantic.

Thursday 11/23/17 9:15 PM - Police received a call to respond to a Peapack residence for an unconscious, elderly male. Dispatch advised that CPR was being conducted on the patient. Officers arrived to find the male was being tended to by medical staff. The patient was conscious and breathing on his own. Medical personnel was assisting with difficulty breathing due to a congestion. The patient was transported to Morristown Medical Center by the PG First Aid Squad for evaluation.

Friday 11/24/17 2:14 PM - Officers responded to a Peapack residence for an “out of control” juvenile. Police arrived to find that the child was agitated, was yelling, and flailing his arms. Once placed in the rear of the patrol vehicle, the juvenile continued to yell and scream. He then began to kick the door. Officer Richard Potts spoke with the child and was able to calm the juvenile. The juvenile was transported to RWJB-Somerset for evaluation by Police. Officers would later respond back to the residence for another incident with the juvenile. A therapist was on location and after several minutes of talking with the child, Police were advised that they were no longer needed.

Saturday 11/25/17 9:35 AM - Police were dispatched to a Gladstone home for a report of property damage. The homeowner returned to the residence to find damage to the garage/structure. It appeared as though a vehicle had come in contact with the garage door frame and pulled the molding off as well as causing the door to become misaligned. There was a package left at the residence by a delivery company. Investigation is ongoing.

Saturday 11/25/17 9:20 PM - Police reported the arrest of an 18 year old Branchburg man for Possession of Marijuana. Alexander J. Ulikowski was stopped for speeding on Holland Avenue. Upon stopping the vehicle, Cpl. Thomas Scanlon witnessed a bottle of alcohol in the backseat. All individuals in the vehicle were under the legal age to possess alcohol. Detective Anthony Damiano, who had responded to assist with the stop, detected an odor of marijuana coming from within the vehicle. Damiano saw a plastic bag on the passenger side floor. Officers located marijuana in the vehicle in an eyeglass case on the floor of the front seat. Ulikowski was placed under arrest, processed, and released. He was issued summonses for Speeding, Maintenance of Lamps, Failure to Exhibit Proof of Insurance, violating the restrictions of his provisional license, Possession of an Open Container of Alcohol in a Motor Vehicle, and Possession of Marijuana (less than 50 grams).