Police & Fire

Chatham Borough Police Investigate Criminal Mischief at Kelley's Pond

Some of the criminal mischief committed at Kelley's Pond on Sunday night Credits: CBPD
Informational sign board damaged at Kelley's Pond on Sunday night Credits: CBPD

CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham Borough Police Department is currently investigating criminal mischief that occurred at Kelley’s Pond behind Milton Avenue School.

During the overnight hours (Sunday) night, actor(s) damaged a bird feeder and two informational sign boards at the pond.

These items were put in place as part of an Eagle Scout project by a local scout. The Chatham Borough Detective Bureau is actively investigating this incident, and anyone with any additional information about the damage is asked to call the Chatham Borough Police Department at 973-635-8000.


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