During the period between July 20 to July 26, 2020 members of the GRPD handled 347 calls for service, the highlights of which included:
07-20-2020 - 11:14 PM – Patrol units responded to the Glen Rock Pool on a report of trespassing and found three Glen Rock juveniles and two Fair Lawn juveniles inside the fenced in area of the pool. The juveniles stated that they did trespass into the fenced in area and go into the pool. All parties were turned over to their parents pending further review by the Juvenile Officer and no damage to the pool was reported.
07-21-2020 - 11:08 AM – The owner of a Glen Rock business came to headquarters to report that he believed he was the victim of identity theft. The victim claimed that the previous owner of the business fraudulently accessed his Optimum account using his personal information and transferred his business phone number in Glen Rock to a new business in another town in order to divert business from the Glen Rock store. The matter has been turned over to the Detective Bureau for further investigation.
07-22-2020 - 5:00 PM – A Glen Rock woman reported that an unknown suspect fraudulently opened an account in her name with AT&T Wireless with three phone lines. The matter has been turned over to the Detective Bureau for further investigation.
07-24-2020 - 2:31 PM – A Ridge Road resident reported that her unlocked vehicle was entered overnight by an unknown suspect and numerous coins were taken from a compartment in her vehicle. The matter has been turned over to the Detective Bureau for further investigation.
07-25-2020 - 2:11 PM – A Devonshire Place resident reported that an unknown suspect used her personal information to fraudulently obtain unemployment benefits from another state in her name. The matter has been turned over to the Detective Bureau for further investigation.
07-26-2020 - 5:39 PM – An officer on patrol was flagged down at the NJT Main Line Railroad Station, by a citizen reporting an adult male in distress, rolling around on the ground. The officer located the subject, a 42-year-old Paterson man, who was found to be in a highly intoxicated state who was unable to care for himself. The subject was transported by ambulance to New Bridge Medical Center in Paramus for detox.