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Clark Police Arrest Man for Drug and Weapon Possession

September 21, 2018

CLARK, NJ -  Clark Police arrested a Union County man shortly after 10 p.m. on Thursday for possession of a stolen gun and drugs according to Captain Vincent Concina. 

Clark Police Officer Gucwa and Sergeant Tuccio took a 31 year old man into custody after a traffic stop revealed the driver was in possession of a pound of marijuana, cocaine, Adderall, various drug paraphernalia and a ...

Promotion Ceremony Held for Two Clark Police Officers

CLARK, NJ – Two Clark Police Officers were promoted during Monday evening’s Town Council Meeting.  Police Officers Joseph Teston and Pedro Oliveira were surrounding by family and friends during the ceremony with Police Chief Pedro Matos and Mayor Sal Bonaccorso.

Bonaccorso welcomed all the attendees and expressed his pride in the reason for the ceremony. “I am proud to ...

Chemical Reaction Sends Two Kerry Employees to Hospital Early Tuesday Morning

CLARK, NJ - Clark Police were the first to arrive on the scene of a reaction during a chemical process shortly before 2 a.m. on Tuesday that sent two Kerry employees to a nearby hospital according to Clark Fire Chief Frank Cerasa. 

Cerasa and sixteen of his crew members assessed the scene upon arrival while the Clark Volunteer Emergency Squad aided in the treatment of the Kerry ...

Clark Fire Department Responds to Call About Natural Gas Odor at Kumpf School

CLARK, NJ - There was a tense hour at Carl H. Kumpf Middle School on Tuesday morning as students and staff were made to evacuate the building after a call to emergency responders about a heavy odor of natural gas in the building according to Clark Fire Chief Frank Cerasa.

Three engines from the CFD arrived on the scene at approximately 10:20 a.m. and immediately cleared approximately 500 ...

Clark Police Chief Reminds Residents to Lock Vehicles

CLARK, NJ - A string of burglaries to unlocked cars on the west side of town prompted Clark Police Chief  Pedro Matos to  issue a warning at a recent town council meeting.   “There was no forced entry in any of the vehicles,” said Matos. 

He reported approximately ten cars were involved in the recent incident. Matos said the police had already identified ...

Clark Resident Arrested For Damaging Cars in Cranford

CRANFORD - The Cranford Police Department Facebook page announced that after a two-week investigation, Matthew Rodriguez, 18 years of age from Clark, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after police witnessed him placing a large rock, in the middle of Raritan Road, in the early morning hours of September 2, 2018.

Leading up to the investigation, the Cranford Police ...

Routine Traffic Stop Results in Foot Chase for Clark Police

CLARK, NJ - Clark Police ended up in a foot chase after a routine traffic stop on Raritan Road just before 5 p.m. on Monday.  According to officials one male in the car fled the scene during the stop.

Clark Police confirmed that Union County and Cranford Police were called to aid in the search.  The man was taken into custody by Clark Police shortly after.  There were no ...

Car Off Road in Clark Hits Bank and Tree

CLARK, NJ – A single car went off the road and onto the grounds of the Columbia Bank on Raritan Road early Tuesday morning.   The vehicle traveled  across the lawn, hit the bank, and continued beyond until it hit a tree on the adjacent property according to Clark Fire Chief Frank Cerasa.

Clark Police were on scene and the Clark Volunteer Emergency Squad attended to and ...

Clark Police Department Mourns Retired Detective Anthony Della Serra

CLARK, NJ – The Clark Police Department is mourning and paying tribute to one of its former members, Detective Anthony Della Serra.

According to the Clark Police, Della Serra was a member of the department from 1968 to 1993. He was originally hired as a patrolman and was promoted to detective in 1987. Prior to his career with the Department, Della Serra served in the United States ...


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