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Bystander 911 Call Nabs Ridgewood Car Burglar

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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.

“if you see something ,say something”

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Fallen Tree Crushes Two Cars in Midland Park

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Midland Park NJ, Two (2) single family homes were clipped and two (2) passenger vehicles were heavily damaged when a tree fell in the backyard of a home on Maple Avenue in Midland Park early Friday morning, 07/12. Midland Park Police and Midland Park Fire responded to the incident. No injuries were reported.

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Midland Park Police Report Two Vehicles Stolen From Driveways

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the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Midland Park NJ, Midland Park Police Department report during the early morning hours of 7/1/19 2 residents had their vehicles stolen from their driveways. In both incidents the key fob and valuables were left in the vehicle. We also had 2 incidents of valuables stolen from vehicles that were left unlocked.

We ask that you do the following prior to parking your vehicle at night.

-lock your car doors.
-remove the key fob from the vehicle.
-remove all valuables or place them in the trunk.

If you see or hear anything suspicious during the night please call MPPD at 201-444-2300.

Don’t be a victim.

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Multi Vehicle Accident in Midland Park Sends Victim to Hospital

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the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Midland Park NJ,  Midland Park Police, Midland Park EMS, and Midland Park Fire all responded to a Wednesday morning, 04/10 motor vehicle crash with personal injury at the intersection of Erie and Franklin Avenues, Midland Park. Two (2) SUVs were wrecked and removed from the scene by flatbed tow trucks. At least one (1) victim of the crash was transported to a local hospital for treatment.

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Midland Park Police Department has become a magnate for lost dogs

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Midland Park NJ, the Ridgewood blog has noticed in recent months the Midland Park Police Department has become a magnate for lost dogs . Sources suggest its the good food ,others the low bail. 

April 2 at 2:42 PM ·
Hello…… I was found on Woodside Avenue a short time ago, if you recognize me please call my owner…… I’ll be at the MPPD headquarters by the way the food is terrible here, ty.

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UPDATE: WOMAN CHARGED WITH LEAVING THE SCENE OF A FATAL MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISION IN GLEN ROCK

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Glen Rock NJ, Acting Bergen County Prosecutor Dennis Calo announced the arrest of MARINA M. LEE (DOB: 6/18/1953; widowed; and employed as an office manager) of 100 Rock Road, #107, Hawthorne, New Jersey, on charges of Leaving The Scene Of A Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision, Endangering An Injured Victim, and Hindering Apprehension. The arrest is the result of an investigation conducted by the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office under the direction of Chief Robert Anzilotti and the Glen Rock Police Department under the direction of Chief Dean Ackermann.

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HAWTHORNE WOMEN CHARGED WITH LEAVING THE SCENE OF A HIT AND RUN IN GLEN ROCK

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Glen Rock NJ, Acting Bergen County Prosecutor Dennis Calo announced the arrest of MARINA M. LEE (DOB: 6/18/1953; widowed; employed as an office manager) of 100 Rock Road, #107, Hawthorne, New Jersey on a charge of Leaving the Scene Of A Motor Vehicle Collision Resulting In Serious Bodily Injury. The arrest is the result of an investigation conducted by the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office under the direction of Chief Robert Anzilotti and the Glen Rock Police Department under the direction of Chief Dean Ackermann.

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Glen Rock Hit and Run Results in One Arrest

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Glen Rock NJ, Hawthorne Police received a 911 telephone call just before 8:30 PM on Tuesday evening, 03/05, reporting the hit & run of a pedestrian in front of SuperFresh, 937 Lincoln Avenue, Glen Rock. The fleeing vehicle was described as a dark colored SUV with heavy front end damage, which was seen driving north from the crash site on Lincoln Avenue. Based on debris found at the scene, responding patrol officers determined that the vehicle was a General Motors product.

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“Grandson Under Arrest Scam” Hits Midland Park

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Midland Park NJ, the Midland Park Police Department has issued a Scam alert………..

An elderly resident reported to MPPD that they were contacted by a representative of the MPPD informing them a grandson was under arrest and bail money was needed for his release. The caller requested the bail payment be made with gift cards. This is SCAM…. and has been circulating lately.

Unfortunately the majority of the victims of phone scams are elderly people. So we ask that you speak to your elderly family members about the various phone scams.

If anyone you know suspects they were a victim of a phone scam please contact your local law enforcement agency.