During the period between October 24, 2022, through October 30, 2022, members of the GRPD handled 273 calls for service, the highlights of which included:
3:23 PM – Sgt. Greg Carter was dispatched to the scene of a hit-and-run motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Ackerman Avenue and Maple Avenue. A 2022 Mitsubishi, driven by a Monsey NY man, had been struck from behind while stopped for the traffic light on westbound Ackerman at Maple. The driver of the other vehicle, a 2022 Tesla, stopped briefly and then left the scene.
Sgt. Carter was able to identify the vehicle and its operator, a 43-year-old Ridgewood woman, who was issued a summons for leaving the scene of an accident. The driver of the Mitsubishi complained of neck pain, however, he refused medical attention.
7:45 PM – Patrols were dispatched to a report of an intoxicated woman causing a disturbance inside the Dunkin Donuts on Prospect Street. The subject, a 53-year-old Glen Rock woman, had become involved in a dispute with her estranged teen daughter who ran into the store seeking protection. The woman followed her into the store where she began screaming at store employees and customers who called for police assistance.
The woman, who officers observed to be intoxicated, continued her tirade while officers were on scene. She then ran from the store and drove away with an unknown party. The teen was transported to police headquarters for her own safety where her father responded to pick her up.
10:20 AM – While on patrol an officer came upon damages inside the men’s bathroom at the Recycling Center Building opposite Faber Field. Person(s) unknown had ripped a metal partition from the wall. The Recreation Director was notified.
10:24 AM – A resident of Elizabeth Street reported observing a naked man pacing on the sidewalk in front of their home. The subject was described as a younger adult male, possibly of Asian descent. The subject drove off in a black Honda with New York plates, however, the complainant was able to take a photo of the license plate.
The vehicle in question was registered to a 63-year-old female out of Glen Cove, NY. Glen Rock officers contacted the Glen Cove Police Department and are working to identify who may have been operating the vehicle.
Anyone who may have witnessed the subject in the area, including any other acts he may have been involved with, is asked to contact the Glen Rock Police Department at (201) 652-3800.
4:59 PM – A Glen Rock resident reported that their Gotrax scooter, valued at $200, had been stolen from the Main Line Train Station Parking Lot overnight. They had secured it with a bicycle lock to the bike rack at the station the night before while at an area restaurant and discovered it missing on the date of the report when they went to retrieve it. The lock it had been secured with was still intact and around the bike rack. This is the second such incident in two weeks, Detectives are currently reviewing both incidents.
11:06 AM – A resident of the Boulevard reported discovering damage to a light post at the front of their property. The damages appeared to have occurred overnight and are consistent with someone having kicked it over. There are no known witnesses, and no other damages were reported in the neighborhood.