Departments & Offices


Weekly Police Blotter – January 10th through January 16th, 2019


Arrest- While conducting a motor vehicle stop for a traffic violation officers observed the odor of marijuana. Upon further investigation it was determined that the female passenger of the vehicle was in possession of marijuana. She was placed under arrest and processed at police headquarters.

First Aid- Police and first aid were dispatched to a victim experiencing chest pain. Police, and Tri-Boro First Aid Squad arrived and began assessing and treating the patient. The victim was transported to Community Medical Center for further care.

Disturbance- In the area of O St. and Ocean Avenues a disturbance was called in. Police arrived and located a party where several juveniles were causing a disturbance and consuming alcohol underage. The party was broken up, the person who provided the place for them to party was charged, and the juveniles were taken into police custody and released to their parents.


Arrest- While conducting a motor vehicle stop for traffic violations it was determined that the driver was wanted for an active arrest warrant out of another jurisdiction. The driver was placed under arrest, charged for the motor vehicle infractions, and turned over to the agency he was wanted out of.


Alarm- Officers were dispatched to a burglar alarm activation in the area of South Bayview Avenue. Upon arrival officers checked the exterior of the building finding no signs of forced entry. The building was secure and it was determined the alarm was set off in error.

Verbal Dispute- While on patrol Officers observed a loud verbal dispute happening on I Street. Police approached and located a verbal argument between household members. Police mediated the situation and advised those involved to keep the noise level down. No further police action required.


Fire Alarm- Police were dispatched to the area of Barnegat Avenue for a fire alarm activation. Police and the Seaside Park Volunteer Fire Company arrived to check the building. After further investigation the building was deemed safe and the alarm was caused by a faulty detector.


Suspicious Motor Vehicle- While on patrol in the area of F Street and North Ocean Avenues officers located a parked vehicle with occupants loitering for an extended period of time. Police investigated and found no violations and advised the occupants of the borough ordinances. No further police action required.

Agency Assist- While on patrol a Seaside Park officer was made aware of a male who was wanted by Seaside Heights for a drug offence had run from their officers. The male was located in the area of Porter Avenue in Seaside Park. Both agencies converged on the area together and were able to locate the male. In his possession a bag of pills were found. The male was turned over to Seaside Heights police to be charged.