Police & Fire

No Injuries After SWAT Team and Police Respond to Warren Township Home

WARREN, NJ - A Warren Township resident was transported to a medical facility for evaluation on Dec. 6 after the SWAT teasm was activated and Mount Bethel Road shut down,  Somerset County Prosecutor Geoffrey D.Soriano, Somerset County Chief of County Detectives Timothy M. Fitzgerald and Warren Township Chief of Police William Keane announced. 

Soriano said that at approximately 6 a.m. WarrenTownship Police received a call for service from a Suicide Hotline notifying authorities of a potential threat involving a 22-year-old township male. The threats made reportedly involved causing harm to himself and family members.

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Soriano stated that police officers from Warren Township, Watchung Borough, Green Brook Township and Bernards Township responded to a Maxwell Court residence in Warren Township. At approximately 6:15 a.m., due to the reported presence of weapons inside the house along with the threats made, the Somerset County SWAT Team/Hostage Negotiations Team were activated.

At approximately 7:45 a.m. SWAT team members made contact with the occupants of the residence and secured the 22-year-old male without incident. He was transported to a medical facility for evaluation.

Soriano commended the rapid response by law enforcement which yielded in the successful outcome without any injuries.

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