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Weekly Police Blotter – November 22nd through November 28th, 2019

11/22

Open Door- While on patrol in the area of Decatur and Ocean Avenues officers observed an open door. The area of perimeter was checked and no signs of forced entry were observed. Officers located a person authorized to be at the property and advised police it was left open in error.

Verbal Dispute- Officers were dispatched to a verbal dispute between two females in the area of O Street and Ocean Avenues. Officers spoke to both individuals who were arguing. Police were able to mediate the argument and both individuals were advised on how to sign complaints if they wished to do so. No further police action required.

Verbal Argument- In the area of L Street and Ocean Avenues officers responded to a report of a verbal argument between a male and a female. Officers arrived and located the subjects arguing and separated them. Officers spoke to both individuals and were able to mediate the situation. No further police action required.

11/23

First Aid- Officers were dispatched to a first aid call for a patient with difficulty breathing. Officers and Tri-Boro First Aid Squad assessed the patient at the scene. The victim was transported to Community Medical Center for further medical treatment.

11/24

Community Policing- Officers were called to the area of Decatur Avenue to check on a residence that was supposed to be unoccupied but had lights on. Officers were let in by a key holder to ensure no one had gained entry to the residence. Officers checked the residence for the caller, and everything was secure.

11/25

Arrest- While on patrol officers observed a vehicle driving erratically, and had damage to it. Upon further investigation it was determined that the vehicle was involved in a hit and run accident and the driver was operating the vehicle under the influence of narcotics. The driver was placed under arrest and was processed at police headquarters.  

11/26

Alarm- In the area of J Street officers were dispatched to a residential burglar alarm activation. Officers checked the perimeter of the residence and observed no signs of forced entry and the residence was secure.

11/27

Arrest- While on patrol officers located a suspicious motor vehicle parked in the area of G St. and Bay with the lights on and the engine running and the driver was passed out behind the wheel. Officers made contact with the driver who was uncooperative. Upon further investigation it was determined the driver was intoxicated. The male was subsequently arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated as well as resisting arrest, and multiple vehicle, and borough ordinance violations.

Verbal Argument- In the area of the Boulevard officers were dispatched to a verbal dispute between a male and female. Officers spoke to the individuals involved and were able to mediate the situation. No further police action required.

11/28

Overdose- Officers were dispatched to O Street and Ocean Avenues for an overdose. Upon arrival officers located two unresponsive males who were slumped over on the floor. Narcan was administered to both males by police. Officers and Tri-Boro First Aid Squad continued medical care and both males became responsive again.