During the period between June 1 to June 7, 2020, members of the GRPD handled 319 calls for service, the highlights of which included:
06-02-2020 - 10:08 PM – A Glen Rock woman reported that her debit card had been compromised. She had discovered a PayPal payment made in the amount of $1,255.56 with items shipped to a Brooklyn address. PayPal was contacted and began the refund process. The detective bureau is currently reviewing the matter.
06-04-2020 - 5:13 PM – A Glen Rock woman reported receiving a credit alert concerning Wayfair purchases using credit cards which she had on file with Wayfair. One card was expired therefore the purchase was unsuccessful. A second credit card was valid, and the purchase was successful. The purchase in the amount of $383.79 had been shipped to a Wayne address. The credit card company has been notified and the card was canceled. The detective bureau is currently reviewing the matter.
06-04-2020 - Following an investigation into entries and thefts from unlocked motor vehicles, which occurred between May 22nd and May 23rd on Boulevard and Bradford Street, D/Sgt. James Calaski and Det. Lucas Doney arrested a 38-year-old Glen Rock man who was taken into custody in Paterson. He was transported back to Glen Rock Police Headquarters where he was charged with one count of burglary to a motor vehicle; one count of Theft; four counts of Credit Card Fraud; and one count of Receiving Stolen Property. The man was processed and subsequently transported to the Bergen County Jail pending an appearance before Central Judicial Processing in Superior Court.
06-05-2020 - 10:27 AM – Patrols were dispatched to the area of Ackerman Avenue and Broad Street to investigate a 9-1-1 report of an unconscious woman. Upon arrival, they located a 44-year-old Glen Rock woman who had collided with a cement guardian on the shoulder of the road while riding her bicycle, causing her to fall. Officers rendered aid to the woman, who was responsive upon their arrival, until EMT’s from the Glen Rock Volunteer Ambulance Corps arrived to transport her to Hackensack University Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries.
06-06-2020 - 11:26 AM – Patrols checking on the welfare of a man lying on a bench in Wilde Park found that the subject, a 26-year-old Ridgewood man, was unconscious and had overdosed on heroin. Officers were able to revive the man with Narcan and he was transported by ambulance to Valley Hospital in Ridgewood.
A recovery specialist from the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Heroin Addiction Recovery Team was dispatched to follow up with the victim at Valley Hospital.