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Seaside Park Police Blotter: Aug. 27, 2021

Seaside Park police car. (Credit: Seaside Park Police/Facebook)

Seaside Park police car. (Credit: Seaside Park Police/Facebook)

Seaside Park police have reported their weekly blotter, representing a sampling of the calls the department has handled over the past week. The total number of calls this week so far has been 352.

8/20

Motor Vehicle Accident- Police and Tri-Boro First Aid Squad were dispatched to the area of Lafayette and Central Ave. for a vehicle that struck a pedal cyclist. Officers arrived and began to assess the victim who had cuts and bruises as well as a noticeable bump on the back of the head. The driver crossed over the center median heading east and did not see the cyclist heading north in the bike lane and they collided. During the investigation it was determined the driver was not impaired. The victim was transported to Jersey Shore Trauma Center for medical care by helicopter. The driver was issued two motor vehicle summonses.


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8/21

Disturbance- Police responded to the are of O St. and Ocean for a report of a male causing a disturbance. Upon arrival Officers observed a male who was intoxicated yelling at a staff member of the motel. Police were able to mediate the disturbance and separated the individuals. The subject who was being disorderly was issued a borough summons for public nuisance.

First Aid- Police and Tri- Boro First Aid Squad were dispatched to the area of Farragut Ave. Beach for a subject who was having a possible seizure. Police and EMS arrived and began to assess the victim. They were carried off the beach and transported to Community Medical Center for further evaluation.

8/22

Suspicious Activity- The caller reported a tall white male place a bag behind a trash can in the area of Stockton and Central Avenue. Police responded and checked the area and located the bag. The contents were personal belongings and also one hypodermic needle was located. The needle was placed into the proper container and disposed of.

Verbal Dispute- Police responded to the area of Porter and Central Ave. for a verbal dispute between two male subjects. Officers arrived and located but involved individuals and spoke to them regarding the incident. It was determined to only have been a verbal dispute and both parties went their separate ways for the night.

Arrest- Officers had conducted a motor vehicle stop on the causeway outbound for motor vehicle violations. Upon further investigation it was determined that the driver had an active warrant out of another jurisdiction. The subject was placed under arrest and processed at police headquarters.

8/23

Fire Alarm- Police and the Seaside Park Volunteer Fire Department responded to the area of N St. and Ocean Ave. for an active fire alarm. Officers arrived and did not observe any active smoke or fire. The fire department arrived and checked the residence with their equipment and did not locate any danger. It was determined to have been set off in error.

8/25

Alarm- Police responded to the area of Stockton and Ocean Ave. for a burglar alarm activation. Officers arrived and checked the perimeter locating no signs of forced entry but did locate an unlocked door. The building was searched, and no individuals were located inside. The door was secured by police after they concluded the building was empty and that the alarm was set off in error.

Disturbance- Police responded to the area of Stockton and the Boulevard for a male who was creating a disturbance. The subject was intoxicated and playing loud music bothering neighbors. The subject was not cooperative and received a borough summons for public nuisance and escorted inside for the remainder of the night.

Lost Child- Police were dispatched to the area of Farragut and the Boardwalk to assist a lost child in locating their family. Officers spoke with the child and gathered as much information as they could. Descriptions were put out to all patrols and neighboring jurisdictions. Officers in Seaside Heights located the family, and they were soon reunited.


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