Old Bridge Township Police Department

Old Bridge Township Police Department This is the official page of the Old Bridge Township Police Department. In the event of an emergency, please dial 911. This page is not monitored 24/7 nor is it designed to handle emergencies.

On Saturday, February 1, 2020 the 19 Petroleum Gas Station on Route 516 in Old Bridge was robbed by a male suspect weari...
05/13/2020

On Saturday, February 1, 2020 the 19 Petroleum Gas Station on Route 516 in Old Bridge was robbed by a male suspect wearing a ski mask and brandishing the grip/handle of a gun.

The male walked to the attendant booth from behind the gas station, committed the robbery and fled in the same direction. When surveillance video from surrounding businesses was obtained, it was learned the suspect met with 2 other males prior to the robbery.

If anyone can identify any of these subjects, or has information about this robbery, please contact Detective Aaron Matikonis at (732) 721-5600 X3130. You many also contact him at [email protected]

You may remain anonymous if you prefer.

The Old Bridge Police Department is attempting to identify the woman pictured below.  On 03/06/2020 she used a fraudulen...
04/29/2020

The Old Bridge Police Department is attempting to identify the woman pictured below. On 03/06/2020 she used a fraudulent credit card to purchase over $13,000 in items from the Home Depot in Freehold, NJ. She left the area as the passenger in a silver or grey mid-size SUV. The victim of the credit card fraud is an Old Bridge resident. If you know who this woman is, please contact Detective Curt Halas at (732) 721-5600 x3202. #attempttoidentify

The Old Bridge Police Department would like to thank Old Bridge resident, Justin Tranchina, for donating face shields to...
04/16/2020

The Old Bridge Police Department would like to thank Old Bridge resident, Justin Tranchina, for donating face shields to the police. He created them using a 3D printer. He is pictured here with Sergeant Jim McCauley. Thank you, Justin!!

03/17/2020

The Old Bridge Township Police Department is working diligently with our local, county, state, and federal partners in response to COVID-19. While police service will not be compromised, please be aware we will be making some changes to our response protocols. In an attempt to limit potential exposure for township residents and our officers, we will conduct whatever business is possible over the telephone. When contacting police dispatch, please provide a current phone number where an officer can reach you.

The safety and service to our community will always be paramount and will never be compromised in any way. The Old Bridge Township Police Department will always be fully staffed and prepared to respond to all calls.
Please use 911 for emergency use only and direct all non-emergent phone calls to 732-721-4000.
Thank you and stay safe.

- Captain Joseph Mandola

The Middlesex County Prosecutor's office is inviting all parents to attend a presentation titled "A Parent's Guide to Yo...
02/20/2020

The Middlesex County Prosecutor's office is inviting all parents to attend a presentation titled "A Parent's Guide to Your Child's Cellphone". Learn about the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) campaign. This campaign aims to educate parents about internet safety and the dangers of certain applications that can be used to exploit and victimize children. Details below. Registration is required.

01/16/2020
The Old Bridge Police Department is very proud to introduce you to our newly sworn police officers: Thomas Pena, Jeffrey...
01/08/2020

The Old Bridge Police Department is very proud to introduce you to our newly sworn police officers: Thomas Pena, Jeffrey Karabin, and Andrew Annuzzi. They are pictured here with Mayor Owen Henry and Chief William Volkert. Congratulations and welcome aboard!

Rest in Peace Detective Joseph Seals.Our thoughts and prayers to his family, friends, and The Jersey City Police Departm...
12/11/2019

Rest in Peace Detective Joseph Seals.

Our thoughts and prayers to his family, friends, and The Jersey City Police Department!

12/10/2019
Attempt to Identify

This video captured a suspicious incident which took place on Saturday, December 7 on Jersey Avenue in Old Bridge. At approximately 10:30PM the pictured male approaches this home in a suspicious manner. He is driving a tan colored SUV. The Old Bridge Police Department is attempting to identify the man. If you know who this is, please contact Detective Haughney at (732) 721-5600 x3210.

11/28/2019

Happy Thanksgiving !!

On this day, Thanksgiving 2019, we can’t help but reminisce about all that has happened to our OBPD family this year.

From retirements to new hires, the face of the OBPD is constantly changing. We are thankful for the many years of service our retirees gave in order to make our town safer. We are thankful for our new officers and dispatchers who have chosen to grow roots and serve the residents of Old Bridge well into the future.

Our Old Bridge Police family has lost good friends and family and although loss is a part of life, it’s still never easy. Our hearts go out to all the families who will have an empty seat at the table this year.

As our Old Bridge community celebrates Thanksgiving and is surrounded by friends and family, please take a moment to be thankful for those who are protecting us overseas and for those much closer who are protecting our neighborhoods as I write this. They all chose a life of service knowing there would be days they wouldn’t spend with their families so that you could spend the day with yours.

For the loved ones who left us, we are thankful to have called you Mom, Dad and friend. We will honor all of your memories by forever telling your stories.

We are thankful to all of our residents and guests for supporting the Old Bridge Township Police Department throughout the years. Without your support, our job would be very difficult.

From our blue family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving!

The Old Bridge Police

11/21/2019
Attempt to Identify

The Old Bridge Police Department is attempting to identify the man in this video regarding a theft at the Smoke n Vape shop on Route 9 in Old Bridge. The male is in his mid 20’s, with brown hair and a beard. The theft took place on Saturday, 10/19/19, at approximately 1:20PM. The man left the area in a white Hyundai Veloster. If you know who the person in this video is, please contact Detective Trevor Haughney at (732) 721-5600 x3210 or via email at [email protected]. You may remain anonymous. Thank you. (You many need to turn your phone or your neck to view this video. That's the way it was taken so we can't change that...sorry)

The family of retired officer, Leonard Foderaro Jr., asked that we post this message to thank the officers who provided ...
11/13/2019

The family of retired officer, Leonard Foderaro Jr., asked that we post this message to thank the officers who provided the escort during his funeral last week:

I want to extend a heart felt thank you to Lt. Tom Geant, Sgt. Bryan Doel, P/O Jim Eriksen and P/O Steve Connolly for their support in escorting Officer Leonard Foderaro Jr. to his final resting place. (sent by Lenny Foderaro, son)

RIP Officer Foderaro.

*** Daniel has been located and is safe.  Thank you. ***Daniel J. Sparano is missing from his Old Bridge residence as of...
11/06/2019

*** Daniel has been located and is safe. Thank you. ***
Daniel J. Sparano is missing from his Old Bridge residence as of 1:30 PM today (11/05/2019). He is 5’4”, 150 lbs, has brown hair, and brown eyes. He is wearing either black or tan pants, a black zip-up fleece, and all black Van sneakers. He may be using a blue long board skateboard to get around. If anyone has any information on Daniel’s whereabouts please contact the Old Bridge Police Department, 732-721-4000.

We love to see Old Bridge children interacting with our police officers.  Here is Officer Walczak with our young Old Bri...
11/01/2019

We love to see Old Bridge children interacting with our police officers. Here is Officer Walczak with our young Old Bridge residents out having fun on Halloween.

10/15/2019

On Monday, October 14 at approximately 10am a man attempted to rob the TD Bank located on Route 9 South in Old Bridge. He fled without any money and the bank employees were able to provide police with details on his getaway vehicle. Minutes later the same suspect robbed a bank in Woodbridge.

After a combined effort by multiple jurisdictions, Francis Conte, age 49, of South Amboy, was apprehended in Carteret. After his capture, it was discovered he was the same suspect that had robbed a bank in Sayreville on Saturday. He was subsequently charged in Old Bridge by Detective Curt Halas. He was also charged by the Woodbridge and Sayreville Police Departments.

The Old Bridge Police Department would like to thank Rita Larkin from Salk Middle School for the home made baked goods s...
10/08/2019

The Old Bridge Police Department would like to thank Rita Larkin from Salk Middle School for the home made baked goods she brought into Police Headquarters last week. Rita was participating in the Salk School "Good Deed Challenge". Thank you Rita!!

Rita Larkin is pictured here with Sgt. Rob Kurzydlowski.

10/03/2019
counterfeit $100 bills at Home Depot in Old Bridge

On Monday, September 30, the same suspect who passed a counterfeit $100 bill at Mike’s Pizza in Old Bridge last week attempted to use 3 different counterfeit $100 bills at Home Depot in Old Bridge. Using the same M.O., he first attempted to use a credit card, then decides to pay cash. This time the clerk was aware the bill was counterfeit and refused to accept it. If you can identify the man in the dark blue shirt and green sweatpants, please contact Detective Mike Cronin at (732) 721-5600 x3250 or [email protected] You may remain anonymous.

The Old Bridge Police Department would like to thank the students of Salk Middle School.  The students took part in a sc...
10/03/2019

The Old Bridge Police Department would like to thank the students of Salk Middle School. The students took part in a school assignment involving Acts of Kindness. They were given a "Good Deed Challenge". The group chose the Old Bridge Police Department as the recipient. They showed their appreciation by creating a special poster thanking the Officers for their service. Students Abby Mahmoud, Madison Chiarello, Karley Hazel, Olivia Cusick, Kaitlyn Janks and Hailey Palmieri brought the Officers homemade baked goods and coffee on Monday, September 30th. In gratitude for this kind gesture, Detective Patrick D’Onofrio gave the group a tour of Police Headquarters and answered questions about law enforcement. "The Police Department was very grateful for this good deed and we were happy for the opportunity to interact with young people,” noted Detective D’Onofrio. Pictured with the students, from left are: Police Officer Vincent Galgano, Detective D’Onofrio and Police Officer Gabriella Ciacciarelli.

10/01/2019
Counterfeit

Attempt to Identify:
On 09/24/2019 the person pictured in this video with the orange construction shirt used a counterfeit $100 bill at Mike's Pizza in Gateway Plaza on Route 9. Initially, he gave the clerk a credit card, which she swiped and then he asks her to cancel that and decides to pay cash. Detectives are pursing the credit card transaction with the bank. If that card is stolen or fraudulent and doesn't provide the suspect's identity, the police are looking for the public's help. Please contact Detective Mike Cronin at (732) 721-5600 x3250 or [email protected] if you know who this is. You many remain anonymous if you prefer.

09/27/2019
The Old Bridge Police Department would like to congratulate Captain Joseph Mandola on his recent graduation from the FBI...
09/24/2019

The Old Bridge Police Department would like to congratulate Captain Joseph Mandola on his recent graduation from the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.

Middlesex County DOT will be conducting repairs to Amboy Road (CR 645) between Doyle and Disbrow Roads. There will tempo...
09/13/2019

Middlesex County DOT will be conducting repairs to Amboy Road (CR 645) between Doyle and Disbrow Roads. There will temporary traffic lights installed to allow for alternating traffic. Please use caution when traveling in the area. The repairs are estimated to take 6 weeks.

The annual Ride For Freedom motorcycle run will take place Sunday, September 15, 2019. Expect delays and roads closures ...
09/13/2019

The annual Ride For Freedom motorcycle run will take place Sunday, September 15, 2019. Expect delays and roads closures in the areas of Rt 35, Laurence Parkway and Parkway Exit 120 from approximately 12 to 2pm.

09/06/2019
Attempt to Identify

The Old Bridge Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the man in this video. On Thursday, August 22, an Old Bridge resident had her wallet stolen. It was determined that her credit card was used later that day at 7:15PM at the 7-11 on Route 9 in Old Bridge as well as other locations in Hazlet.

This is the surveillance video from that 7-11 transactions. You will see an older Caucasian male with a black Johnny Cash shirt and a cap. If you can identify this man, please contact Detective Mike Cronin at (732) 721-5600 x3250. You may remain anonymous.

The Old Bridge Police Department is very proud to introduce you to our newly sworn police officers: William Kenney and E...
09/06/2019

The Old Bridge Police Department is very proud to introduce you to our newly sworn police officers: William Kenney and Evan Migliore. They are pictured here with Chief William Volkert and Mayor Owen Henry. Congratulations and welcome aboard!

***LOCATED SAFE ***  MISSING ADULT FROM OLD BRIDGE
08/28/2019

***LOCATED SAFE ***
MISSING ADULT FROM OLD BRIDGE

08/07/2019
08/01/2019
Theft from The Tire Place July 18, 2019

(Part 2 of 2) The Old Bridge Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the subject seen in this video. (See post Part 1 for video which includes a second suspect). He is a suspect in thefts that took place at “The Tire Place” on Englishtown and John Wall Road on July 17, July 18 and July 26th . The car used appears to be a Pontiac G6. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Trevor Haughney at (732) 721-5600 x3210 or [email protected].

08/01/2019
The Tire Place Theft July 17, 2019

(Part 1 of 2) The Old Bridge Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the 2 subjects seen in these videos.(See post part 2 for additional video) Both are suspects in thefts that took place at “The Tire Place” on Englishtown and John Wall Road on July 17, July 18 and July 26th . The car used appears to be a Pontiac G6. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Trevor Haughney at (732) 721-5600 x3210 or [email protected].

Pleasant Valley Road in Old Bridge is closed from Englishtown Road to Marlboro Road due to a motor vehicle accident with...
07/09/2019

Pleasant Valley Road in Old Bridge is closed from Englishtown Road to Marlboro Road due to a motor vehicle accident with downed wires.

*** UPDATE:  As of 07/11/2019 Ferry Road is open in both directions ***Ferry Road is closed from Route 18 to Route 9 for...
07/09/2019

*** UPDATE: As of 07/11/2019 Ferry Road is open in both directions ***

Ferry Road is closed from Route 18 to Route 9 for a water main break. Raritan Bay Medical Center remains accessible from Route 18.

*** Cancel:  Missing child has been safely located ***
07/08/2019

*** Cancel: Missing child has been safely located ***

07/02/2019

UPDATE: Route 516 is open in both directions.
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Route 516 is closed in both directions from Owens Road to Sherwood Lane for a crash investigation.

NJ Free Naloxone ~ Pharmacies across New Jersey will be making Naloxone – the opioid-overdose reversal drug – available ...
06/17/2019

NJ Free Naloxone ~ Pharmacies across New Jersey will be making Naloxone – the opioid-overdose reversal drug – available for free, anonymously, and without a prescription on Tuesday, June 18, 2019. The free Naloxone Program is being sponsored by Governor Murphy, Attorney General Grewal, the Office of the New Jersey Coordinator for Addiction Responses and Enforcement Strategies (NJ CARES), and the Department of Human Services. Additional information is available on the poster attached, which we encourage your office to use to help publicize the event.

A list of participating pharmacies, organized by county, is available at this link:https://nj.gov/humanservices/documents/Naloxone%20Distribution%20Day%20Participating%20Pharmacies%20flyer.pdf An interactive map identifying participating pharmacies is available here (not accessible by Internet Explorer): https://nj.gov/humanservices/stopoverdoses/

Congratulations to the Shepard School students on their graduation from the "Too Good For Drugs" program.(Pictured here ...
06/17/2019

Congratulations to the Shepard School students on their graduation from the "Too Good For Drugs" program.(Pictured here with Detective D'Onofrio)

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