Police Blotter

Peapack-Gladstone Police Blotter for the Week of 1/16/17-1/22/17


PEAPACK AND GLADSTONE NJ - This is the Peapack-Gladstone Police Blotter for the Week of 1/16/17-1/22/17

Monday 1/16/17 1:19 AM - Police along with the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid Squad responded to a Peapack residence for a report of an elderly male vomiting. The victim was transported to Morristown Medical Center by the PG First Aid Squad.

Tuesday 1/17/17 2:58 PM - A Gladstone resident reported a coat missing from his home. The coat was valued at $6,000.00. The investigation into the matter is ongoing.

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Thursday 1/19/17 9:23 PM - Cpl. Owen Duff responded to a Main Street residence for a report of a missing cat. The cat’s owner was very upset, but was able to provide a description of the missing pet. Cpl. Duff conducted a search of the immediate area and was able to locate the animal which was returned to the owner unharmed.

Thursday 1/19/17 10:24 PM - Police located a vehicle parked illegally in the Peapack Transit lot. The vehicle had a male occupant in the driver’s seat. Ofc. Adam Caruso spoke with the driver who advised that he was awaiting his father who works at a local restaurant. The vehicle was moved to a legal parking space.

Friday 1/20/17 5:51 PM - Police reported that they responded into Far Hills Borough to assist Far Hills Police with a call for an unresponsive person in a vehicle. Det. Anthony Damiano assisted until Far Hills Police had multiple officers on location.

Friday 1/20/17 10:13 PM - Police along with the Peapack-Gladstone First Aid Squad responded to the Essex Hunt Club for a report of a 60 year old male who had fallen during a hockey game. Officers arrived to find the victim in the care of a doctor. The male showed signs of possible stroke and was transported to RWJB-Somerset by the PG First Aid Squad after being evaluated by medics from RWJB.

Saturday 1/21/17 6:21 AM - Police responded to a Gladstone residence for a report of a flickering light coming from within the home. A check of the residence determined that the light was a flashing holiday decorative light.

Saturday 1/21/17 11:02 PM - Police reported that they arrested a 39 year old Middlesex man for warrants. Cpl. Thomas Scanlon stopped a vehicle for having an inoperable tail lamp. A check of the man's license showed two warrants out of Bound Brook Municipal Court totaling $354.00. He was placed under arrest and transported to Police Headquarters in Peapack where he was processed. The male was issued a summons for Maintenance of Lamps.

Sunday 1/22/17 3:10 PM - Police reported that they responded to a Gladstone residence to assist a resident. The caller stated that her husband suffers from Alzheimers and Dementia. The 62 year old awoke from sleeping and began to cry uncontrollably. Det. Anthony Damiano and Ofc. Sheasley were able to speak with the male until he became calm.

Editor's Note: This article relies on information provided by law enforcement officials and the subjects are presumed innocent. If notified of changes to the charges or their outcome, TAPinto.net will update this report.

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