During the period between May 20 and May 26, 2019 members of the GRPD handled 363 calls for service, the highlights of which included:
05-21-2019: 12:46 PM – A Glen Rock woman reported being notified by TD Bank that a person unknown to her had attempted to cash a check in the amount of $145,800 drawn on an account she had previously closed. The account in question had been closed following a previous fraud. The matter has been referred to the detective bureau for review.
05-23-2019: 1:13 PM – During the course of a motor vehicle stop on Lincoln Avenue P.O. T.J. Graziani determined that the driver, a 49-year-old Garwood man, had an active NCIC arrest warrant issued by the Essex County Superior Court. The man was arrested and transported to the Bergen County Jail on civil contempt charges pending transfer to the Essex County Jail. He was also issued a traffic summons for driving with a suspended license.
05-24-2019: 12:00 PM – A Woodvale Road resident came to police headquarters to report a missing Nikon camera and lens valued at $1,400. The complaint’s unlocked vehicle had been entered on May 5th while it was parked in his driveway overnight. At the time he reported nothing was taken, however, he recently noticed the camera missing and believes it may be related. He also reported that a baseball glove may have been taken out of the vehicle that night and was damaged by subsequent rain. The matter has been documented for insurance purposes.
05-24-2019: 2:04 PM – A Berwyn Place resident left packages at their front door for a return pick-up by Amazon. The packages were later removed from their home, however, upon checking with Amazon they learned that the packages had not been picked up by an authorized representative. There are no known witnesses or video surveillance.
05-24-2019: 2:22 PM – A Greenway Road resident reported $10,400 worth of jewelry and an undetermined amount of cash missing from their home. It is believed to have occurred at an unknown time between March and the time of the report. There were no signs of forced entry to the home. The detective bureau is currently reviewing the matter.
05-25-2019: 6:22 PM – A Midland Park woman reported that she had placed an on-line order with Tani Sushi & Asian Grill on Rock Road. The order had been placed through the restaurant’s website. When she arrived to pick up her order she was informed that someone had already picked up the order. The owner of the restaurant has agreed to check his video system in an effort to identify the individual who picked up the order.