CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham residents were provided with a triple-play of National Night Out choices with Chatham Borough, Chatham Township and Green Village all holding events on Tuesday night.

Chatham Borough held its first-ever National Night Out event at Memorial Park behind the library. The police handed out tickets for a free treat at the ice cream truck while Chatham High teenager Jacob Mathews performed live.

The Morris County Sheriff's K-9 Unit gave a demonstration at Colony Pool, with Det. John Granato showing how Spike can help apprehend a suspect. DJ Tom Rauter provided the music.

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McGruff the Crime Dog made appearances at Colony Pool and the Green Village Fire Department.

McGruff the Crime Dog arrives at the Green Village Fire Department

Morris County Sheriff Detective John Granato gave a K-9 Unit demonstration with "Spike" at Colony Pool in the video below.

Chatham High teenager Jacob Mathews (see video below) provided the music at Memorial Park when the Chatham Borough Police Department held its first National Night OUt event.

NJ Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill meets McGruff the Crime Dog (see video below) and Chatham Township Mayor Tayfun Selen at the Colony Pool, where the Chatham Township Police held its event.