Glen Rock NJ, The Glen Rock Police Department would like to share a recent message from PSE&G regarding recent scam activity. If you have any questions, or feel that you may have fallen victim for this scam, please contact the police department for further assistance.
Be Aware of Scam Activity
PSE&G wants to alert New Jersey residents and businesses that scammers have spoofed one of our phone numbers in attempt to obtain personal information from our customers. We have been receiving inquiries from customers returning calls they received from a PSE&G phone number that appeared on their caller I.D. We encourage you to view the video of a recent news interview with Fred Daum, PSE&G’s Executive Director of Customer Operations. In light of this recent activity, if you receive an unexpected call from PSE&G in the coming days you should hang up as it may be a scammer. If you have pending business with us, such as an appointment or payment notice, call us back on the number provided on your bill or call our customer service line, 800-436-PSEG (7734). When a scammer pretends to work for PSE&G, they will often request personal data such as credit card information or account passwords. Never provide this type of personal information. When a customer calls PSE&G to conduct account business, PSE&G has numerous secure methods for verifying customer information. Callers have recently reported that scammers have asked for personal information to obtain a meter reading, provide discounts on your PSE&G bill, or verify debit and credit cards on file. Such tactics are known utility scams, the most popular of which is a demand for immediate payment to avoid service termination. Before terminating service, PSE&G alerts customers in a number of ways: messages on their bill, letters and phone calls. PSE&G would never demand a specific type of payment nor threaten immediate service termination. While there are many ways to pay a PSE&G bill, the utility only accepts credit card and prepaid card payments through Western Union Speedpay, which charges a $3.95 processing fee. To learn more about scams and how to protect yourself, visit pseg.com/scamalert.
Glen Rock NJ, the Glen Rock Police report the arrest of a 33-year-old woman in conjunction with the Glen Rock Municipal Pool break-in ,in late June.
Megan Logan was arrested Saturday following a seven-week investigation into the June 27 incident and charged with burglary and theft, police said.
Police reported that about $175 was stolen from a small safe in the municipal swim club’s office, according to authorities. Other items were disturbed, but nothing else was missing and there was no damage reported nor any signs of forced entry, police said.
Glen Rock NJ, A strong odor of chlorine inside of the Village of Ridgewood’s Water Pollution Control Facility, located at 561 Prospect Street, Glen Rock, caused multiple employees of the facility to feel ill on Saturday morning, 08/03, and resulted in emergency response by Glen Rock Police, Glen Rock Fire, Glen Rock EMS, and the Bergen County Hazmat Unit. Two (2) of those overcome by fumes were transported by ambulance to The Valley Hospital for treatment. The source of the odor remains under investigation by Fire and Hazmat personnel.
Glen Rock NJ, Glen Rock Mayor comments on Rock Road and Maple Ave road work ,”Please know that, for whatever it is worth, I share the frustration of residents who found it difficult or impossible to get to Rock Road at any time over the past few days while the milling was being done. I was told that there would be access at all times though it might be difficult. My wife had to go to Fair Lawn to get to a Bank of America. I find this unacceptable and can only assure you that I’m doing whatever I can to help the situation going forward and have asked the Borough employees who are coordinating the effort to help in our efforts to make this better going forward.”
Glen Rock NJ, For the second time in less than 24 hours, cooperation between Glen Rock Police and Ridgewood Police resulted in the arrest of suspect wanted in connection with theft of property. This time, an alert Ridgewood Police officer spotted someone matching the description of an individual wanted in connection with an alleged Monday morning, 07/22, shoplifting incident in Glen Rock. The individual was detained until Glen Rock Police officers arrived and took him into custody. Proceeds of the alleged shoplifting, a bottle of liquor, were recovered at the arrest scene. The suspect was transported to Glen Rock Police headquarters for processing.
Ridgewood NJ, An adult male suspected of burglarizing an automobile parked at the intersection of Passaic Street and South Broad Street, Ridgewood on Sunday morning, 07/21, was captured moments later after an alert Glen Rock police officer spotted him hiding in the rear of a nearby bank. A bystander who witnessed the alleged car break in called 911 and provided a detailed description of the alleged perpetrator, which was instrumental in his capture.
In addition to assistance provided by Glen Rock Police, Midland Park Police also responded to aid in the search. The suspect was handcuffed and transported to Ridgewood PD headquarters for processing. Just a reminder to my followers; this individual is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Glen Rock NJ, No injuries requiring ambulance transportation were reported following a three (3) vehicle, Thursday morning, 07/18, crash at the intersection of Park Avenue and South Maple Avenue, Glen Rock. A small dump truck collided with a Nissan Rogue in the intersection, propelling the Nissan into a nearby parking lot where it hit a parked Chevrolet SUV. The Nissan was removed from the scene by a flatbed tow truck; both the dump truck and Chevrolet SUV were able to be driven away on their own. A street sign was also damaged during the mishap. Glen Rock Police handled the crash investigation.
Glen Rock NJ, Two (2) individuals were seriously injured in a head on motor vehicle crash at the intersection of Lincoln Avenue and Rock Road, Glen Rock in the early morning hours of Saturday, 07/13. Both victims were transported by ambulances to St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in Paterson. Lincoln Avenue was closed between Rock Road and Van Winkle Avenue, Hawthorne for an extended period during a post accident investigation and clean up process. Glen Rock Police was assisted by Hawthorne Police and Ridgewood Police at the scene. A crash related vehicle fire was extinguished by Glen Rock Fire; Hawthorne FD also aided in fire suppression efforts. Glen Rock EMS and and hospital based paramedic teams also responded to the incident. The Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Fatal Accident Investigation Unit and the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office Bureau of Criminal Investigation Crime Scene Unit helped collected visual and physical evidence at the scene. Both vehicles involved in the crash, a Chevrolet Trailblazer and a 4-door Nissan Sedan, were removed from the scene by a flatbed tow truck.
Glen Rock NJ, An adult male was struck and killed by a Hoboken bound New Jersey Transit passenger train at the Main Line Train Station in Glen Rock on Saturday afternoon, 07/13. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene by a paramedic team from The Valley Hospital. Motor vehicle traffic was diverted away from New Jersey Transit’s Main Line’s Rock Road, Glen Rock grade level crossing during the subsequent police investigation, which was conducted by officers of the New Jersey Transit Police Department. Glen Rock Police, Glen Rock Fire, and Glen Rock EMS also responded to the incident, as did a representative of the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office.
GLEN ROCK NJ, THE GLEN ROCK POLICE DEPARTMENT HAS ISSED A TRAFFIC ALERT : ROAD CLOSURE IN BOTH DIRECTIONS – LINCOLN AVE BETWEEN KENMORE PLACE AND ISABELLA PLACE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE . PLEASE PLAN ALTERNATIVE ROUTE .