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Driver "Narrowly Avoids" Collision During High-Speed Pursuit in Montville

February 23, 2017

MONTVILLE, NJ - On Sunday, Feb. 19, a resident called the police to report a man who was "slumped over the wheel" of his car in the Montville Chase Condominium complex, according to Montville Township Police Chief Rudy Appelmann.

"The caller believed the male may have had a heart attack and patrolmen responded for the medical emergency call," Appelmann ...

Nineteen Arrests in January by Montville Township Police Department

MONTVILLE, NJ - The Montville Township Police Department responded to 1,253 calls for service during the month of January.

Following is a summary of activity from the Police Blotter for the month of January:

Patrol officers conducted 190 motor vehicle stops and issued 131 summonses. 
Investigated 46 traffic accidents. 
19 arrests were made, 6 for Driving ...

Roxbury's Kirk Keyes Awarded for Phone Aid During Childbirth

MORRISTOWN, NJ – Roxbury Fire Department First Assistant Chief Kirk Keyes, who works as an emergency services dispatcher for Morris County, was awarded Wednesday by the county for helping a Chatham couple deliver their baby.

Keyes was one of six communications center officers presented by the county freeholders with awards.

According to the county, Keyes fielded a 9-1-1 call on Jan.

In Charging Morris County Homeowner, Cops Warn About Underage Drinking Parties

MORRIS TWP., NJ – A Morris Township homeowner allowed about 30 people below the legal drinking age to drink alcoholic beverages in his house on Jan. 20, knowing that the party-goers were underage, police said.

The man, William Stitt, was charged with making his property available for underage consumption of alcohol, a disorderly person offense, said Morris Township Police Cpt. Mark ...

Cops Give the Skinny: Booms from Picatinny

DENVILLE, NJ - Police yesterday assured residents that explosions heard and felt throughout the area are nothing to worry about, just routine tests taking place at Picatinny Arsenal.

The testing of armaments, explosives and other things that make noise is routine activity at the military complex, situated in Jefferson and Rockaway Township, police said. Nevertheless, local authorities ...

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