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Weekly Police Blotter – February 7th through February 14th, 2020

Good morning! I hope this message finds you all doing well. Below is the police blotter. Have a wonderful weekend!

2/7

Arrest- Officers were dispatched to the marina lawn for a person who was allegedly driving on the lawn, as well as walking his dog without a leash. Officers arrived and observed a male matching the description provided by the caller. The male subject became immediately defensive and initially refused to provide any information. While speaking to the male by his automobile officers detected the odor of marijuana. After further investigation officers discovered the male to be in possession of marijuana, and a pipe used for smoking narcotics. The subject was placed under arrest and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, drug paraphernalia, as well as obstructing a law enforcement officer for being non-compliant with police. He was transported to police headquarters and charged.

Alarm- Police responded to a burglar alarm activation in the area of 11th Avenue. Officers arrived and checked the residence. Police spoke with a person who was at the house, and it was determined the alarm was set off in error.

Fire Alarm- Police were dispatched to the area of Stockton Avenue and the Boardwalk for a fire alarm activation. After checking the location, it was determined the smoke detector was set off in error by workers using equipment that was releasing steam. No further police action required.

2/8

Arrest- While conducting a motor vehicle stop in the area of O St. and Ocean Avenue officers determined the driver to be in possession of narcotics. Upon further investigation officers found the driver to be in possession of two different types of prescription drugs that he did not have a prescription for. The subject was placed under arrest and was transported to police headquarters for processing.

First Aid- Police responded to a call of a person experiencing general weakness and needed first aid. Police and Tri-Boro First Aid Squad responded and tended to the victim. After beginning treatment at the scene, the victim was transported to Community Medical Center for further medical care.

Gas Leak- Police and the Seaside Park Volunteer Fire Department responded to the area of Porter and the Boardwalk for the odor of natural gas. A gas leak was located, and the fire company shut off the gas meter for safety. NJ Natural Gas responded to repair the issue.

2/10

Verbal dispute- Police responded to 1st and Central Avenue for a verbal dispute between a male and female. Police spoke to both parties regarding the incident and were able to mediate the situation. The couple were advised on how to proceed with complaints in this matter if they wished. No further police action required.

Verbal Dispute- Police were dispatched to the area of M St. for a disturbance between neighbors. The argument was mediated by police, and the subjects were separated. They were advised how to sign complaints in this matter if they wished to proceed. No further police action required.

2/11

Verbal dispute- In the area of J St. and Central Avenue officers responded to two females arguing in the street. Police arrived and separated the subjects. The officers were able to mediate the situation and the subjects were separated for the rest of the day. No further police action required.