Seaside Park police have published their weekly blotter, detailing a number of calls to which officers responded over the past week. They are a sampling of the types of calls handled on a daily basis. So far this week, the department has handled 157 calls for service this week.
The blotter appears below:
Disturbance – Police responded to the area of M St. and Central for a reported disturbance on board a school bus. Police arrived and spoke to the involved parties where a verbal argument had taken place between two students where one allegedly slapped the other’s face. Police spoke to the driver as well as any witnesses and gathered any information needed to generate a report. No injuries were observed, and all parties involved were advised of signing complaints if they wished to do so.
Alarm – Police were dispatched to the area of O St. and Lake Ave. for a burglar alarm activation. Officers arrived and located the front door open. Officers checked the perimeter and located no signs of forced entry. The interior was also checked and did not locate any unauthorized individuals inside the residence, and nothing appeared to be disturbed. The residence was secured, and the homeowner was contacted and advised of our findings.
First Aid – Police and Tri-Boro First Aid Squad responded to a patient who was experiencing trouble breathing. Police arrived and administered oxygen as Police and EMS assessed the patient. They were later transported to Community Medical Center for further treatment.
Disturbance – Police were dispatched to the area of O St. and Ocean Ave. for a report of two females fighting. Officers arrived and located the subjects involved. No injuries were observed on either subject. Police gathered all the information needed to generate a report. The females were separated for the remainder of the night. Both individuals were advised how to sign complaints if they chose to do so.
Rescue – Police and the Seaside Park Volunteer Fire Department responded to the area of S. Bayview and North Ave. for a victim who was stuck in an elevator between two floors. The problem was assessed by the first responders at the scene and the victim was successfully assisted out of the elevator.
Odor Investigation – Police and the Seaside Park Volunteer Fire Department were dispatched to the area of Brighton and Ocean Ave. for a possible natural gas leak in a residence. Police and Fire arrived, and a gas leak was detected. The scene was made safe and NJNG responded to fix the leak.
Disturbance – Police were dispatched to the area of Farragut and the Boulevard for a disturbance. The caller states that three males had been kicking his door and window to his residence trying to get him to come outside to speak with them. The subject did not answer the door and called police. The subjects fled the scene in their vehicle prior to police arrival. Police took all the information needed to generate a report and did observe minor damage to the window and door. The individuals were known to the called but he did not want to give Officers any further information. The subject was advised on how to sign complaints if he wished to do so.
Update – In reference to this week’s guilty plea for assault in an incident from Nov. 2021 at the Desert Palm Motel: “I just wanted to thank the Officers involved as well as the Ocean County Prosecutors Office for a job well done throughout this investigation.”