3:12 PM – A Concord Avenue resident reported a series of items being damaged and stolen from their front yard. This has been occurring during the overnight period on an ongoing basis. The detective bureau is reviewing the matter.
10:25 PM – Patrols were dispatched to a 9-1-1 report of a fight in progress in the parking lot of a Harristown Road office building. Upon arrival, they separated three individuals, two from North Bergen and one from Fair Lawn. There were no injuries and the matter appeared to be a heated dispute. It was determined that none of the individuals were associated with any business at the building. All of them were advised of their rights to sign a complaint and were directed to leave the area which is private property.
10:34 AM – A Glen Rock grandmother received a call from a male claiming to be her grandson. The caller alleged he was in trouble and put her on the phone with a man claiming to be a lawyer seeking a $ 1,800 retainer. The woman went to the bank to withdraw money, but called her grandson before sending the requested gift cards. Her grandson informed her he was not in any trouble and knew nothing about the call.
If you ever get a call from or about a grandchild or any other relative in danger or trouble, and the immediate request is for cash, you need to pause, calm yourself, say you must consult another family member first, and hang up. Then check. If the emergency is by any chance real, you can still respond appropriately. If it’s not—and the odds point to that—congratulate yourself.
4:50 PM – A Hawthorne man reported that his bicycle, valued at $1,300, was stolen from the bicycle rack at the NJ Transit Main Line Train Station. He had secured the bicycle to the rack with a lock before getting on a train at about 8:40 AM and discovered it missing when he returned at 4:15 PM.
The detective bureau is currently investigating a series of bicycle thefts from both the Main Line and Bergen County Line Boro Hall NJ Transit train stations. As of this time there are no known witnesses or evidence. Anyone with information is asked to contact detectives at (201) 670-3947 or (201) 670-3948. Anyone who suspects they are witnessing a theft in progress should call 9-1-1.
7:07 PM – The manager of CVS at6 175 Rock Road reported a possible shoplifting in progress. Responding officers detained a 27-year-old Lyndhurst man who admitted he had concealed some merchandise in his back pack, but then returned them before leaving the store. The manager decided not to pursue the matter, which legally constituted shoplifting, but directed that the man was not welcome to return to the store. Notice against trespassing was given and the suspect was sent on his way.
11:47 PM – Patrols, along with EMS personnel, were dispatched to Emerson Road to assist a 16-year-old unconscious male laying outside. The victim was treated on scene by paramedics for acute intoxication and transported to Valley Hospital where he was admitted with a dangerously high blood alcohol content. Information concerning underage individuals being served alcohol by an adult was developed during this incident and turned over to the detective bureau for further investigation.
12:10 PM – P.O. T.J. Graziani arrested a 21-year-old Paramus woman who was wanted on a warrant issued by the Glen Rock Municipal Court. The woman, who had surrendered herself at Police HQ, posted $215 bail and was released pending a future appearance in Glen Rock Municipal court.
5:58 PM – A Concord Avenue resident reported the theft of a sign from her front yard. The is one of a series of reports received in the same neighborhood, which are under review by the detective bureau.