Glen Rock Police Blotter March 9th 0- March 15, 2020
Mar 16, 2020 10:47AM
By Chief Dean Ackermann
1:27 PM – A Glen Rock woman reported that on the morning of March 8th she was walking her dog along the PSE&G Right-of-Way between Hamilton Avenue and Berkeley Place when they were both attacked by another dog which was running at large. The woman took her seriously injured dog to Oradell Animal Hospital and sought medical care for herself as well. The biting dog has been identified and TYCO Animal Control, in cooperation with Bergen County Health Services is investigating further and will take the appropriate enforcement action.
2:35 PM – A Kent Road resident reported receiving a package containing an I-Phone which they did not order. The detective bureau is investigating the matter.
14:18 – An Upper Saddle River woman reported that a hit and run vehicle struck her black 2010 Mazda while it was parked on Rock Road in the area of Harding Plaza near the Municipal Building. The vehicle had been parked there for several hours and it is unknown when this occurred. Anyone who may have witnessed the collision and is able to describe the hit and run vehicle is asked to contact the Glen Rock Police Department at (201) 652-3800.
9:20 AM – A representative of the Glen Rock Dog Park, located on Doremus Avenue, reported that person(s) unknown damaged a table located inside the entrance to the dog park. A green marker was used to scribble along the outer frame. It is believed that this occurred sometime between the afternoon of March 7th and March 8th. There are no known witnesses or evidence. Anyone who may have witnessed this act occur and can describe those involved are asked to contact the Glen Rock Police Department at (201) 652-3800.
4:34 PM – The Glen Rock Police Department received a fraudulent invoice from a purported Public Safety vehicle fleet services company seeking payment of $ 1,329. Having no record of such services being provided, an inquiry was made with the Texas based company which confirmed that the bill, as well as the banking information provided, was fraudulent. The detective bureau is in the process of conferring with other area police departments as well as the Bergen County Prosecutor’s office on this matter.