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Fair Lawn Man Hits TD Bank After Apparent Medical Episode

January 17, 2019

FAIR LAWN, NJ - A 59-year-old Fair Lawn man drove into the Maple Avenue TD Bank this morning, which police believe was the result of a medical episode.

At approximately 8:30 a.m., a witness to the incident told police the man behind the wheel of the 2003 Ford Escape was parked in a parking space in front of the bank at 23-40 Maple Avenue when the vehicle abruptly drove forward into the ...

'Fishy' Glen Rock Theft Could Be Business Dispute

GLEN ROCK, NJ - A thief made off with more than $20K worth of fish tank supplies, cash and Oxycodone from a Nottingham Road home, police said, and the resident believes it may be related to a business dispute.

On Dec. 31, officers were called to a Nottingham Road home by a friend of the homeowner who was checking the home while the resident was away, police siad. It was reported that a large ...

Fair Lawn Driver Causes Chain Reaction Crash Into Park Avenue Home

FAIR LAWN, NJ - A 49-year-old Fair Lawn man crashed into a 2017 Lincoln on River Road, forcing the car across the road which then struck the side of a Park Avenue home this morning, according to police. The driver of the Lincoln suffered a facial injury that was treated on scene by the Fair Lawn Volunteer Ambulance Corps.

Today at 9:49 a.m., a 2006 Honda, driven by the Fair Lawn man, was ...

Fair Lawn Police Chasing Down Fraudulent Check-Cashers

FAIR LAWN, NJ - Fraudulently cashed checks mailed from the Radburn Post Office in November have led investigators to several individuals who assisted unknown parties who paid them to cash the checks.

Most recently on Dec. 19, Michelle Rivera, 18, of Paterson admitted to police she had given her bank card to an unknown party so they could cash an intercepted check they believe was mailed ...

Fair Lawn Suspected Burglar Arrested After Garwood Road Home Break-In

FAIR LAWN, NJ - A suspected Garwood Road burglar was released from the hospital and immediately charged with theft and aggravated assault on a police officer, among other charges, after a complaint of an intruder and subsequent police follow-up that caused an officer to be struck by a fleeing vehicle, according to police.

The suspect, Corey DeGroat, 42, of Englewood, was discharged ...

Fair Lawn Man Arrested for Alledgedly Stealing Items from Unlocked Cars

FAIR LAWN, NJ - A Fair Lawn man was arrested on suspicion of stealing items out of unlocked cars on Canger Place and Morlot Avenue, police said.

Before 1 a.m. this morning, officers responded to Dewey Place at Morlot Avenue on a report of a suspected intoxicated male walking in the area and arrested Christian Rossiter, 33, of Fair Lawn, after finding marijuana and proceeds, ...

Fair Lawn Adds Marine Veteran, Brad Pindyck, to Police Force

FAIR LAWN, NJ - The Fair Lawn Police Department added Marine Corps veteran Brad Pindyck to its ranks last evening.

Pindyck, 32, is an intergovernmental transfer from the Vernon Police, where he served 5 years, according Sergeant Brian Metzler.

"It's one of the pleasures of this job to swear-in new officers," Mayor Kurt Peluso said at the ceremony on Dec.

Applications Available for Fair Lawn Citizen Police Academy

FAIR LAWN, NJ - The Fair Lawn Police Department is accepting applications to its 2019 Citizen Police Academy. The academy was formed to provide insight into the operations of the Fair Lawn Police.

Free of charge and open to Fair Lawn residents, the academy will be held on Thursday evenings, beginning on February 7. The academy will include classes about gang awareness, firearm awareness ...

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Fair Lawn Police: 'Help Us To Help You'

January 3, 2019

FAIR LAWN, NJ - The Fair Lawn Police Department in cooperation with the Mayor and Council, in their commitment to keep Borough safety and security their #1 priority, are asking residents and businesses to ‘Help Us To Help You’ by registering your video surveillance system with the Police Department. By registering, you would agree to allow the Police Department access to your ...