Ridgewood NJ, Three (3) individuals were taken into custody on Route 17 southbound in Ridgewood late Saturday afternoon, 08/03, in connection with an alleged theft of goods from the Home Depot store in Mahwah. Police personnel from Allendale, Ho-Ho-Kus, and Ridgewood assisted Mahwah Police with suspect apprehension, search, and transport.. A Honda sedan, allegedly used by the suspects to flee the crime scene, was removed from the highway by a flatbed tow truck. All suspects are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.
Ho Ho Kus Nj, the Ho-Ho-Kus Police Department report that during Saturday evening a vehicle was stolen from the driveway of a home on West Saddle River Rd. The key fob was left in the vehicle. Please remove your key fobs and valuables from your vehicle.
Bergen County Milling and Paving Project is going to begin on June 4th and continue though June 13th. The project will be starting on Racetrack Rd and continuing up East Franklin Tpke and North Franklin Tpke to the Waldwick border. Expect detours and delays.
Ho- Ho- Kus NJ, Ho-Ho-Kus Police Department report that the Bergen County Milling and Paving Project is going to begin on June 4th and continue though June 13th. The project will be starting on Racetrack Rd and continuing up East Franklin Tpke and North Franklin Tpke to the Waldwick border. Expect detours and delays.
Ho Ho Kus NJ, A Wednesday morning, 04/10, multi-vehicle chain reaction crash on Route 17 northbound at Hollywood Avenue, Ho-Ho-Kus resulted in one (1) personal injury that required ambulance transportation to The Valley Hospital. Two (2) travel lanes of the highway were closed while emergency crews and tow truck operators worked. Three (3) vehicles were removed from the scene by tow trucks. Police reported 6-7 vehicles were involved in the crash. Ho-Ho-Kus Police and Ho-Ho-Kus EMS responded to the incident.
Twp. of Washington NJ, A vehicle reported stolen from Hillsdale early Thursday evening, 12/27, was spotted by a Ho-Ho-Kus Police patrol officer within minutes after a radio broadcast reporting the theft. A high speed pursuit ensued into Washington Township where the vehicle crashed into a utility pole at the intersection of Clinton Avenue and Washington Avenue. Following a short foot pursuit, one (1) individual who had fled from the crashed vehicle was apprehended in the rear of 639 Clinton Avenue, Washington Township. The suspect was transported by a Westwood EMS ambulance to New Bridge Medical Center for treatment of a non life threatening laceration to the head. Officers from Hillsdale Police, Paramus Police, Ridgewood Police, Westwood Police, and Washington Township Police were observed assisting Ho-Ho-Kus Police at the scene. The wrecked vehicle, a 4-door Honda Accord, was removed from the scene by a flatbed tow truck. The car had reportedly been left running with the keys in the ignition.
Ho Ho Kus NJ, Ho-Ho-Kus Police, Ho-Ho-Kus Fire Department, and Ho-Ho-Kus EMS responded to a two (2) vehicle crash in front of 611 North Maple Avenue, Ho-Ho-Kus early Tuesday afternoon, 10/23. One (1) crash victim was transported to The Valley Hospital with a non life threatening injury. Fire Department personnel attended to a minor crash related fluid spill and performed a battery disconnect on one (1) vehicle. Both vehicles were towed from the scene.
Ho Ho Kus NJ, The driver of a Lexus SUV escaped injury during a Tuesday afternoon rollover crash on Wearimus Road, Ho-Ho-Kus. Ho-Ho-Kus Police, Ho-Ho-Kus EMS, and Ho-Ho-Kus Fire Department responded to the incident. A flatbed tow truck righted and removed the vehicle. There was visible damage to several trees and a utility pole. No power or communications services were affected.
Washington Twp NJ, Washington Township Police and Washington Township Fire Department personnel responded to utility emergency involving a downed tree onto high tension electric lines and communications cables in the 700 block of Wearimus Road, Washington Township on Monday afternoon, 08/13. The fallen tree completely blocked the heavily traveled roadway necessitating detours be put into place by Hillsdale Police, Ho-Ho-Kus Police, and Washington Township Police. No injuries were reported in the incident, but many electric & communications services subscribers in the area were negatively impacted.