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Seaside Park Police Blotter: April 8, 2022

A Seaside Park police vehicle. (Photo: Daniel Nee)

A Seaside Park police vehicle. (Photo: Daniel Nee)

Seaside Park police have issued their weekly blotter. The blotter contains a sampling of calls to which the department responded over the past week. The department, in all, handled a total of 174 calls for service so far this week.

The blotter appears below:


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Fire Alarm – Police and the Seaside Park Volunteer Fire Company were dispatched to the area of G St. and Ocean Ave. for a report of an audible fire alarm sounding from a residence. Police and fire arrived and checked the residence with no signs of fire or smoke present. The fire company utilized their heat sensing equipment and determined the residence was safe. We were able to gain entry and located multiple malfunctioning smoke detectors that had been going off. No further police action, and the residence was deemed safe by the fire department.

Arrest – While conducting a motor vehicle stop during the investigation it was determined that the registered owner of the vehicle who was present had an active arrest warrant. The driver was issued summonses for the motor vehicle violations and the registered owner of the vehicle was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters where he was processed and the agency where the warrant was out of was contacted.


First Aid – Police and Tr-Boro First Aid Squad responded to take care of a victim who was experiencing some nausea and dizziness. The patient was assessed at the scene, and they were transported to Community Medical Center for further treatment.

Verbal Dispute – Police responded to the area of O St. and Ocean Ave. for a verbal dispute between a landlord and tenant. Officers arrived and spoke to all the parties involved. Police gathered all the information needed to generate a report. Police mediated the situation and advised the tenants of their rights and advised the landlord how to proceed by going through landlord tenant proceedings with Ocean County Court. No further police action required.


Disturbance – Police were called to the area of Farragut and the Boulevard for a report of two females fighting. Upon arrival there was no active fight observed by officers as well as no visible sings of injuries. Police spoke to both parties and gathered information needed to generate a report. Police advised both subjects of how to proceed with signing complaints if they wished to do so.

Civil Dispute – Officers responded to police headquarters to take a walk-in report from a complainant regarding a client who did not pay for services rendered and would not return any calls or messages from the complainant regarding payment that was not yet received. Police took down all the information needed and advised the complainant with how to proceed with signing complaints against the subject.


Alarm – Police responded to the area of North Avenue and Central for a burglar alarm activation. Officers arrived and checked the perimeter of the residence. No signs of forced entry were observed. All doors and windows were found to be secure. It was determined that the alarm was set off in error and the homeowner was notified of our findings.

Burglary – Police were dispatched to the area of O St. and the Bay for a report of burglary and criminal mischief. The caller advised officers at the scene that forced entry was made through a window and damaged one of the toilets in the house. Information was gathered and photographs were taken to generate a report. The caller also was able to provide us with camera footage of the two male subjects. The area was canvassed seeking other footage of the two suspects. This matter is still under investigation.

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