Glen Rock Police Blotter: December 25 – 31, 2017
7:03 PM – A Glen Rock resident reported possible identity theft. The resident stated that since December 20th he has received several phone calls confirming his applications for new credit lines which he never applied for. The detective bureau is investigating.
2:14 AM – P.O. Donnelly was monitoring traffic on Route 208 south near Harristown Road when he heard over the police radio that Franklin Lakes PD was attempting to stop a possible stolen vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed on Route 208 southbound. P.O. Donnelly observed the vehicle pass him at a high rate of speed and he and P.O. Graziani attempted to assist the Franklin Lakes unit with the pursuit until they reached the Fair Lawn Ave exit of Route 208 south. At that point, Glen Rock units broke off from the pursuit and returned to town.
12:46 PM – P.O. Orsita was dispatched to the parking lot of 924 Prospect St, the Glen Rock Farmers Market, on a report of a dispute. The victim, a Ridgewood resident, reported that she pulled her vehicle into a parking spot when an unknown male party became angry with the way she parked. The victim stated that the male began yelling and banging on her car. She stated that when she exited her vehicle, the male returned and threatened to scratch her vehicle while she was in the store. The victim was able to take a photo of the license plate of the vehicle the male was a passenger in. The actor left the scene prior to patrols arrival. The victim was advised of the process for signing complaints if she wished.