The Aberdeen Township Police Department handled 282 calls for service between May 29 and June 4, 2013, according to Police Chief John Powers.
The calls included 11 reports of suspicious people or cars, 25 alarms, 26 first aid calls, 11 car accidents, five thefts, three domestic violence incidents, seven disorderly persons, two noise complaints, three crisis reports, and 74 motor vehicle stops, according to Powers. Officers also issued 82 motor vehicle summonses.
Here are some of the incidents handled by police last week:
- On May 29 a Matawan woman reported her wallet was taken while shopping at ShopRite on Lloyd Rd. P.O. Mary Johnston took the report.
- On May 30 a Northland Lane resident reported someone entered her unlocked vehicle during the night and removed her wallet and cash. P.O. Anthony Marone investigated.
- On May 30 a South Amboy man reported a subject on a bicycle took bag containing a sandwich, cigarettes and prescription medication from him while he was walking on Cliffwood Avenue the previous day. P.O. John Young investigated.
- On May 31 a Charm Court resident reported the theft of jewelry and cash from her residence. The thefts took place over a period of time. Special Officer Ronald Osadacz took the report.
- P.O. John Zeller responded to a report of harassment on Gaston Street on June 1.
- P.O. Christopher DeSarno responded to a report of harassment at the 7-11 store on Hwy. 34, on June 3.
- On June 3 P.O. Anthony Marone responded to a report of fraud on Grove Street.
- On June 4 a resident of Line Road reported the fraudulent use of her personal identifiers. P.O. Matthew McDow took the report.
Aberdeen PD in the news last week:
- Downed Power Line Knocks Out Route 35 Lights at County Road & Cliffwood Avenue