SPOTSWOOD, NJ - The Spotswood School District entered into a shelter in place a little after 11 a.m. on May 30 at the request of the Spotswood Police Department and school safety officer Sergeant Schapley. East Brunswick schools are also in a shelter in place as the East Brunswick Police Department pursues a 53-year-old male wanted in connection with several domestic violence incidents yesterday evening and this morning as well as multiple police chases while operating a stolen car in and around Middlesex County. Spotswood schools were asked to enter into a shelter in place because of the close proximity of the two towns.
Lee Nadeau Junior is described in a Nixle advisory released by the East Brunswick Police Department as a white male with salt and pepper hair. Nadeau is five feet 10 inches and weighs around 200 pounds. He was last seen wearing a dark jacket and jeans. Nadeau also has a goatee. The East Brunswick Police are advising residents not to attempt to confront or apprehend Nadeau. Instead anyone with information or a sighting should contact the Spotswood or East Brunswick Police Departments or call 911.
The Spotswood School District remains in a shelter in place at press time. Spotswood High School is not allowing any early release seniors to leave the building at this time. During a shelter in place no one is allowed to enter or exit one of the district's four school buildings without a police escort.
Anonymous tips regarding Nadeau's whereabouts can also be telephoned to 732-432-8477 or emailed to email@example.com. The Spotswood Police Department's non-emergency telephone number is 732-251-2121.