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 Glen Rock Police Blotter September 10th – 16th, 2018

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09-11-2018

2:21 AM – While making a check of Wilde Memorial Park, P.O. Nick Onove located two Glen Rock juveniles in the park after closing, both were in possession of alcohol.  The juvenile males, ages 14 and 15, were turned over to a parent or guardian.  The matter was referred to the Juvenile Bureau for review.    

09-11-2018

12:04 PM – A Glen Rock woman reported that a fraudulent 2017 tax return had been filed in her name.  The IRS is aware of the fraudulent filing, however, has been unable to determine who filed the return.              

09-12-2018

1:38 AM – A 47-year-old Wyckoff man was detained by the Ridgewood Police Department on an active criminal warrant issued by the Glen Rock Municipal Court.  Unable to post bail, the man was taken into custody by P.O. Jim Donnelly and P.O. Nick Onove who transported him to the Bergen County Jail.   

09-13-2018

2:36 PM –  A 57-year-old Paterson man was detained by the Passaic County Sheriff’s Department on an active criminal warrant issued by the Glen Rock Municipal Court.  Unable to post bail, the man was taken into custody by D/Sgt. Jim Calaski and P.O. Sarah Orsita who transported him to the Bergen County Jail.

09-14-2018

1:55 AM – During the course of a motor vehicle stop on Harristown Road, P.O. Will Holguin arrested a 20-year-old Paramus man on an active NCIC no bail warrant issued by the Bergen County Superior Court.  The man was turned over to the custody of the Bergen County Sheriff’s Department.

09-16-2018

1:30 PM – Patrols were dispatched to the area of Coleman School to investigate a road rage incident between a man who was riding a bicycle and a passing motorist.  All involved were Glen Rock residents.  The vehicle had left the scene prior to the officers’ arrival, however, was located a short distance away.  The bicyclist provided one account of what occurred to the officers.  The driver of the vehicle and his two passengers admitted have words the bicyclist, however, provide a different account of events. No unlawful acts were witnessed by the responding officers.  All concerned were advised of their right to sign a complaint with the Glen Rock Municipal Court.    

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