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South River Police Department

South River Police Department If you need assistance, dial 9-1-1 for emergencies or 732-238-1000 for non-emergencies.

Welcome to the official page of the South River Police Department. This page was created to share information with, listen to and interact with the community. Information is shared about community events, safety tips, traffic problems, road closures, department news, missing pets, school closures and much more. If you have an emergency or need to report a crime, please do not use our Face

Welcome to the official page of the South River Police Department. This page was created to share information with, listen to and interact with the community. Information is shared about community events, safety tips, traffic problems, road closures, department news, missing pets, school closures and much more. If you have an emergency or need to report a crime, please do not use our Face

Operating as usual

01/16/2023

**WATER ALERT / HYDRANT REPAIRS**
**JACKSON STREET & WATER STREET**

A MESSAGE FROM THE SOUTH RIVER DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS (South River Public Works)

Due to fire hydrant repairs taking place at Jackson Street and Water Street, area residents may experience low water pressure and/or discolored water. Repairs will be taking place today, January 16th between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM.

Running your cold water for several minutes as well as flushing your toilets once or twice may clear up any discoloration in some cases. If experiencing discolored water, avoid doing laundry until the color returns to normal.

01/16/2023

** 12/5/22 – 12/11/22 BLOTTER **

Fire Calls: 10
EMS Calls: 28
Motor Vehicle Accidents: 9

NOTEWORTHY INCIDENTS

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT, Whitehead Avenue on 12/5 @ 1619 hours – Patrol units and EMS responded to a motor vehicle accident involving two vehicles. One individual was treated for minor injuries.

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT & DUI, Main Street on 12/7 @ 0121 hours – Patrol units responded to a single car motor vehicle accident in which private property was damaged. The driver was subsequently charged with driving under the influence and other motor vehicle infractions. Ptl. Matthew McCann was the arresting officer.

WARRANT ARREST, Whitehead Avenue on 12/7 @ 1825 hours – After patrol units responded to an unrelated incident, a male with multiple outstanding arrest warrants for contempt of court was placed under arrest. Ptl. Brian Presti was the arresting officer.

WARRANT ARREST, Spring Street on 12/9 @ 1643 hours – After patrol units responded to an unrelated incident, a male with multiple outstanding arrest warrants for contempt of court was placed under arrest. Ptl. Daniel Auciello was the arresting officer.

Our weekly police blotter highlights noteworthy incidents that occur on a day to day basis in order to keep our community informed. Please keep in mind that, in the case of any ongoing investigation, we are not able to release certain details and information. In the case of major incidents or investigations, press releases are typically issued at a later date. All charges are merely accusations; those charged are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

01/13/2023

**TRAFFIC ALERT**
**MAIN STREET & DEVOE STREET**

Due to a motor vehicle accident involving a damaged utility pole, Main Street in the area of Devoe Street is subject to closures while repairs are being made. Motorists are asked to avoid the area and plan an alternate route, if possible.

During the repair process, power outages in the immediate area are possible. Repairs are estimated to take approximately 4 hours to complete.

As part of our "Slow Down in Our Town" program, officers conducted targeted speeding enforcement on Johnson Place (betwe...
01/12/2023

As part of our "Slow Down in Our Town" program, officers conducted targeted speeding enforcement on Johnson Place (between Willett and David) in recent weeks resulting in the following:

- Motor Vehicle Stops: 16
- Residents: 9
- Non-residents: 7
- Summonses Issued: 8
- Warnings Issued: 8

This week, officers will continue conducting targeted speeding enforcement on Caroline Drive and the high visibility educational component of the program, including lawn signs and a vehicle speed display trailer, will move to George Street (between Reid and Thomas).

For more information about the "Slow Down in Our Town" program, including upcoming locations, statistics from previous weeks, and how you can become involved through the placement of a lawn sign in front of your residence, visit southriverpd.org/slow-down-in-our-town

01/12/2023

**WATER ALERT / WATER MAIN BREAK**
**FERRIS STREET & ALBOURNE STREET**

A MESSAGE FROM THE SOUTH RIVER DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS (South River Public Works)

Due to emergency water main break repairs taking place at Ferris Street and Albourne Street, area residents may experience low water pressure and/or discolored water. In addition, residents in the immediate area may lose water service during the repair process. Repairs will begin shortly and are anticipated to be completed by 9:00 PM tonight.

Running your cold water for several minutes as well as flushing your toilets once or twice may clear up any discoloration in some cases. If experiencing discolored water, avoid doing laundry until the color returns to normal.

01/12/2023

** 11/28/22 – 12/4/22 BLOTTER **

Fire Calls: 10
EMS Calls: 34
Motor Vehicle Accidents: 8

NOTEWORTHY INCIDENTS

GAS LEAK, Main Street on 11/30 @ 0904 hours – Patrol units and South River Fire Department responded to a report of an odor of natural gas in a business. The scene was turned over to PSE&G for further investigation.

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT, Old Bridge Turnpike on 12/1 @ 0921 hours – Patrol units and EMS responded to a single car motor vehicle accident in which two bicyclists were struck. Two individuals were treated for injuries.

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT, Whitehead Avenue on 12/2 @ 1932 hours – Patrol units and EMS responded to a motor vehicle accident involving two vehicles. One individual was treated for minor injuries.

Our weekly police blotter highlights noteworthy incidents that occur on a day to day basis in order to keep our community informed. Please keep in mind that, in the case of any ongoing investigation, we are not able to release certain details and information. In the case of major incidents or investigations, press releases are typically issued at a later date. All charges are merely accusations; those charged are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

01/10/2023

**JOB OPPORTUNITY: POLICE DISPATCHER**

The South River Police Department is accepting applications for the position of full-time Police Dispatcher. Applicants must apply online at www.policeapp.com (applications cannot be picked up in person).

​​​​​​​The position of Police Dispatcher is a non-sworn position under the direction of the Chief of Police that is responsible for, but not limited to, receiving and dispatching emergency and non-emergency police, fire and EMS calls for service by telephone, radio and/or computer, and providing information to the public.

Starting salary: $41,823

Minimum Qualifications:

• Must be a United States citizen

• Must be 18 years of age or older

• Must possess a minimum of a high school diploma or a GED equivalent

• Must have vision and hearing adequate to perform essential job functions

• Must possess a valid New Jersey driver’s license in good standing

• Must be able to pass an extensive background check

Applicants should have the ability to:

• Work 12 hour shifts (days, nights, weekends, and holidays)

• Work and multitask in a fast paced, stressful environment

• Read, write, and comprehend the English language

• Effectively communicate

The application can be obtained at the following link:

policeapp.com/Dispatcher-South-River-NJ-Police-Officer-Jobs/4228/

The deadline to apply is Friday, February 3rd at 4:00 PM.

Questions regarding this position should be directed to the South River Police Department Records Bureau (Monday through Friday between 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM) by calling 732-257-6727 extension 103 or by emailing [email protected]

The Borough of South River is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To those of you who called us or stopped one of our officers today to offer a thank you on National Law Enforcement Appr...
01/09/2023

To those of you who called us or stopped one of our officers today to offer a thank you on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day - thank you for the gesture and for supporting our mission to keep South River safe. We'd like to dedicate this day to all of our brothers and sisters in law enforcement who work alongside us every day. Especially our closest ones at East Brunswick Police Department, Sayreville Police Department, and Spotswood Police Department.

01/08/2023

** 11/21/22 – 11/27/22 BLOTTER **

Fire Calls: 17
EMS Calls: 37
Motor Vehicle Accidents: 17

NOTEWORTHY INCIDENTS

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT, Old Bridge Turnpike on 11/21 @ 1157 hours – Patrol units and EMS responded to a single car motor vehicle accident in which a utility pole was struck and private property was damaged. One individual was treated for minor injuries.

BRUSH FIRE, Division Street on 11/21 @ 1433 hours – Patrol units and South River Fire Department responded to a brush fire on the railroad tracks. The fire was subsequently extinguished.

GAS LEAK, Thomas Street on 11/21 @ 1700 hours – Patrol units and South River Fire Department responded to a report of an activated carbon monoxide alarm and an odor of natural gas inside of a residence. The cause was determined to be a malfunctioning appliance.

THEFT, Anderson Street on 11/22 @ 1014 hours – A report was taken for the theft of a vacuum from in front of a residence. A female suspect was subsequently identified and charged with theft. Detective Kenneth Nale was the investigating officer.

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT, Obert Street on 11/22 @ 1344 hours – Patrol units and EMS responded to a motor vehicle accident in which a parked vehicle was struck. One individual was treated for minor injuries.

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT, Main Street on 11/22 @ 1539 hours – Patrol units and EMS responded to a motor vehicle accident involving two vehicles. One individual was treated for minor injuries.

GAS LEAK, Main Street on 11/24 @ 1410 hours – Patrol units and South River Fire Department responded to a report of an odor of natural gas in a building. The scene was turned over to PSE&G for further investigation and repairs.

CARBON MONOXIDE LEAK, Caroline Drive on 11/25 @ 0752 hours – Patrol units and South River Fire Department responded to a residence for an activated carbon monoxide alarm. The cause was determined to be a malfunctioning stove.

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT, Old Bridge Turnpike on 11/25 @ 2024 hours – Patrol units and EMS responded to a motor vehicle accident involving two vehicles. One individual was treated for minor injuries.

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT & DUI, Prospect Street on 11/26 @ 0024 hours – Patrol units responded to a single car motor vehicle accident in which private property was damaged. The driver was subsequently charged with driving under the influence and other motor vehicle infractions. Ptl. Matthew McCann was the arresting officer.

THEFT, Division Street on 11/26 @ 1411 hours – A report was taken for the theft of a package from the porch of a residence. The incident remains under investigation.

GAS LEAK, Jackson Street on 11/26 @ 2228 hours – Patrol units and South River Fire Department responded to a report of an odor of natural gas outside. An underground leak was located and repaired by PSE&G.

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT & DUI, Prospect Street on 11/27 @ 0039 hours – Patrol units responded to a single car motor vehicle accident in which a utility pole was struck. Patrol located the vehicle nearby after the driver fled the scene prior to their arrival. The driver was subsequently charged with driving under the influence and other motor vehicle infractions. One individual was treated for minor injuries. Ptl. Richard Wright was the arresting officer.

WARRANT ARREST, Division Street on 11/27 @ 0949 hours – A male was placed under arrest on an outstanding contempt of court arrest warrant after a motor vehicle stop.

Our weekly police blotter highlights noteworthy incidents that occur on a day to day basis in order to keep our community informed. Please keep in mind that, in the case of any ongoing investigation, we are not able to release certain details and information. In the case of major incidents or investigations, press releases are typically issued at a later date. All charges are merely accusations; those charged are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

Found on Stanton Street, contact us at 732-238-1000 if you’re the owner
01/06/2023

Found on Stanton Street, contact us at 732-238-1000 if you’re the owner

Found on Main Street, please call 732-238-1000 if you’re her owner
01/06/2023

Found on Main Street, please call 732-238-1000 if you’re her owner

01/05/2023

**WATER ALERT / HYDRANT REPAIRS**
**JACKSON STREET & WATER STREET**

A MESSAGE FROM THE SOUTH RIVER DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS (South River Public Works)

Due to fire hydrant repairs taking place at Jackson Street and Water Street, area residents may experience low water pressure and/or discolored water. Repairs will be taking place tomorrow, January 6th between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM.

Running your cold water for several minutes as well as flushing your toilets once or twice may clear up any discoloration in some cases. If experiencing discolored water, avoid doing laundry until the color returns to normal.

01/05/2023

**TRAFFIC ALERT**
**BRICK PLANT ROAD**

Due to a motor vehicle accident involving a downed utility pole, Brick Plant Road is subject to closure while repairs are being made. Motorists are asked to avoid the area.

During the repair process, power outages in the immediate area are possible. Repairs are estimated to take approximately 6 hours to complete.

As part of our "Slow Down in Our Town" program, officers conducted targeted speeding enforcement on Leonardine Avenue an...
01/04/2023

As part of our "Slow Down in Our Town" program, officers conducted targeted speeding enforcement on Leonardine Avenue and Charter Drive in recent weeks resulting in the following:

Leonardine Avenue
- Motor Vehicle Stops: 19
- Residents: 16
- Non-residents: 3
- Summonses Issued: 10
- Warnings Issued: 10

Charter Drive
- Motor Vehicle Stops: 5
- Residents: 5
- Non-residents: 0
- Summonses Issued: 1
- Warnings Issued: 4

This week, officers will continue conducting targeted speeding enforcement on Johnson Place (between Willett and David) and the high visibility educational component of the program, including lawn signs and a vehicle speed display trailer, will move to Caroline Drive.

For more information about the "Slow Down in Our Town" program, including upcoming locations, statistics from previous weeks, and how you can become involved through the placement of a lawn sign in front of your residence, visit southriverpd.org/slow-down-in-our-town

**SLOW DOWN IN OUR TOWN PROGRAM CONTINUES**After receiving positive feedback from residents, the South River Police Depa...
01/03/2023

**SLOW DOWN IN OUR TOWN PROGRAM CONTINUES**

After receiving positive feedback from residents, the South River Police Department is continuing our "Slow Down in Our Town" program. Launched in November of 2022, the program aims to slow down motorists throughout the borough. The program fosters a partnership between police and residents, working collaboratively to place high visibility lawn signs and a vehicle speed display trailer on borough streets, followed up with targeted speeding enforcement by police officers.

Residents and motorists can expect to continue seeing the signs on borough streets in the coming months. The signs, designed to catch the attention of drivers, feature silhouettes of families and children walking and at play on a bright yellow background.

Studies have shown that when signs are left in one place too long, drivers eventually begin to ignore them. For this reason, the signs are moved to a new location after being in place for approximately one week. Police officers then conduct targeted speeding enforcement on the street after the removal of the signs.

“If you drive the same route on a routine basis and something changes, you’ll notice it. That’s the goal of these signs - to catch the driver’s attention and have them realize they may be going too fast.”, Police Chief Mark Tinitigan said.

He adds that although officers conduct enforcement for speeding and traffic violations daily, there is a need for innovative traffic safety programs.

“A lot of the complaints we receive from our residents are for speeding in residential areas.”, he says. “Every day, officers patrol our streets and stop as many speeding drivers as they can, but there’s only so much we can do ourselves. That’s where the community/police partnership plays a role with participating residents allowing us to place the signs on their lawns.”

The schedule of locations for the “Slow Down in Our Town” program is compiled based on streets that the South River Police Department has identified as areas of high speeding through the number of summonses previously issued and concerns voiced by residents. After this list is completed, the program is planned to continue with future schedules of additional streets.

Education Dates

- 1/3/2023 until 1/8/2023 - Caroline Drive
- 1/9/2023 until 1/15/2023 - George Street (between Reid and Thomas)
- 1/16/2023 until 1/22/2023 - Virginia Street
- 1/23/2023 until 1/29/2023 - Devoe Street
- 1/30/2023 until 2/5/2023 - Willett Avenue (between Division and Kamm)
- 2/6/2023 until 2/12/2023 - Prentice Avenue
- 2/13/2023 until 2/19/2023 - Main Street
- 2/20/2023 until 2/26/2023 - Southside Avenue
- 2/27/2023 until 3/5/2023 - Hillside Avenue

Targeted Enforcement Dates

- 1/9/2023 until 1/15/2023 - Caroline Drive
- 1/16/2023 until 1/22/2023 - George Street (between Reid and Thomas)
- 1/23/2023 until 1/29/2023 - Virginia Street
- 1/30/2023 until 2/5/2023 - Devoe Street
- 2/6/2023 until 2/12/2023 - Willett Avenue (between Division and Kamm)
- 2/13/2023 until 2/19/2023 - Prentice Avenue
- 2/20/2023 until 2/26/2023 - Main Street
- 2/27/2023 until 3/5/2023 - Southside Avenue
- 3/6/2023 until 3/12/2023 - Hillside Avenue

If you reside on one of these streets and would like to be involved in the “Slow Down in Our Town” program through the placement of a lawn sign in front of your residence, please complete the online form at the link below.

nj-southriverborough.civicplus.com/FormCenter/Police-Department-7/Slow-Down-in-Our-Town-55

Statistics for the program are updated weekly and can be found by visiting southriverpd.org/slow-down-in-our-town

The men and women of the South River Police Department wish you all a happy and healthy new year. If you plan on drinkin...
12/31/2022

The men and women of the South River Police Department wish you all a happy and healthy new year. If you plan on drinking tonight, we remind you to wisely by having a designated driver, calling a taxi, or using a rideshare service.

UPDATE- OWNER LOCATEDThis pretty girl was found in the area of Willett Avenue this afternoon. If you are the owner pleas...
12/30/2022

UPDATE- OWNER LOCATED

This pretty girl was found in the area of Willett Avenue this afternoon. If you are the owner please contact South River Police Headquarters at 732-238-1000.

Thank you to our entire community for your support in 2022. Here are just a few of our favorite photos from the past yea...
12/30/2022

Thank you to our entire community for your support in 2022. Here are just a few of our favorite photos from the past year. We wish all of you a happy and healthy 2023!

12/29/2022

**NEW YEAR'S DAY OFFICE CLOSURE**
**YARD WASTE COLLECTION REMINDER**

Residents, please note the following changes due to New Year's Day:

GARBAGE COLLECTION

There are no changes to this week's garbage collection schedule.

YARD WASTE PICK UP

There will be no yard waste pickup on Monday, January 2nd. The next yard waste pick up will be Monday, January 9th.

OFFICE HOURS

South River Borough Offices, Department of Public Works, Police Records, and Municipal Court will be closed on Monday, January 2nd.

RECYCLING CENTER

The recycling center will be open on Saturday, December 31st from 8:00 AM until 12:00 PM.

Normal hours and schedules resume on Tuesday, January 3rd.

Edward Dumas was recently promoted to the rank of Sergeant. Pictured is Sgt. Dumas being sworn into his new rank by Mayo...
12/28/2022

Edward Dumas was recently promoted to the rank of Sergeant. Pictured is Sgt. Dumas being sworn into his new rank by Mayor John Krenzel. Sgt. Dumas is currently assigned to day shift as a patrol sergeant. Chief Mark Tinitigan extends his congratulations to Sgt. Dumas and wishes him the best of luck in his new position!

12/23/2022

**TRAFFIC ALERT**
**VETERANS MEMORIAL BRIDGE**

Due to tidal flooding, the outermost lanes in both directions of the Veterans Memorial Bridge (County Road 535) between South River and Sayreville are closed to traffic. The inner lanes in each direction are currently passable. The water is expected to begin receding shortly. No further closures are expected.

Motorists should expect delays in the area and plan an alternate route, if possible.

As of this time, no closures are anticipated during this evening's high tide however, if it becomes necessary, updates will be provided.

Residents are encouraged to monitor our NIXLE messages and social media pages for any updates relevant to South River. For more information, visit southriverpd.org/social-media

12/22/2022

**WATER ALERT / WATER MAIN BREAK**
**MAKLARY STREET**

A MESSAGE FROM THE SOUTH RIVER DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS (South River Public Works)

Due to emergency water main break repairs taking place on Maklary Street, area residents may experience low water pressure and/or discolored water. In addition, residents in the immediate area may lose water service during the repair process. Repairs will begin shortly and are anticipated to be completed by 8:00 PM tonight.

Running your cold water for several minutes as well as flushing your toilets once or twice may clear up any discoloration in some cases. If experiencing discolored water, avoid doing laundry until the color returns to normal.

12/22/2022

**CHRISTMAS OFFICE CLOSURE**
**RECYCLING REMINDER**

Residents, please note the following changes due to the Christmas holiday:

RECYCLING COLLECTION

There is no change to this week's recycling collection. Recycling scheduled for collection on Thursday, December 22nd and Friday, December 23rd will be collected as normal.

GARBAGE COLLECTION

There is no change to this week's garbage collection schedule.

YARD WASTE PICK UP

There will be no yard waste pickup on Mondaty, December 26th and Monday, January 2nd. The next yard waste pick up will be Monday, January 9th.

OFFICE HOURS

South River Borough Offices, Department of Public Works, Police Records and Municipal Court will be closed on Monday, December 26th.

RECYCLING CENTER

The recycling center will be closed on Saturday, December 24th.

Plan on traveling during the holidays? Protect your home with these tips. You can also visit southriverpd.org/unoccupied...
12/21/2022

Plan on traveling during the holidays? Protect your home with these tips. You can also visit southriverpd.org/unoccupied-residences to take advantage of our Unoccupied Residence Program. Wherever your plans may take you, the men and women of the South River Police Department wish you all a safe and happy holiday season!

Are you travelling during the holidays? Would you like an officer to check on your residence while you’re away? The Sout...
12/20/2022

Are you travelling during the holidays? Would you like an officer to check on your residence while you’re away? The South River Police Department is reminding residents of our Unoccupied Residence Program.

As part of this free program, South River residents can complete and submit a form to let us know when a residence will be unoccupied. A police officer will then check on your home as time permits during his or her normal patrol duties.

This form also allows you to make us aware of any vehicles which will be at the residence, provide us with your contact information, and let us know if any friends or relatives will be checking on your residence while you’re away.

The Unoccupied Residence Form can be downloaded by visiting www.southriverpd.org/unoccupied-residences or picked up at Police Headquarters located at 61 Main Street. Once completed, the form can be faxed to us at 732-613-6103 or dropped off 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at Police Headquarters.

If you return earlier than indicated on the form or your return is delayed, please be sure to let us know by calling 732-238-1000.

Please note that this program is intended for residences which are unoccupied due to short-term travel or vacation plans. It is separate from the Borough of South River’s long-term vacant property ordinance.

Our Unoccupied Residence Program is one of many no cost programs offered to residents by the South River Police Department. Other programs include:

- Project Medicine Drop
- Child Safety Seat Inspections
- Home Security Inspections
- Operation Blue Angel
- Special Needs Registry
- Business Registration Program
- Anonymous Tip Line & Online Report-it Form

For more information on these programs as well as the many community events our department offers throughout the year, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visit us online at www.southriverpd.org

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Recognize this white car?
These are in our town. Please read up on them and stop them.
If you guys and girls sat on Charles Street with your eyes on Obert Street.. youll easily be able to write tickets all day long with people running the Obert Street stop sign and people flying down Charles Street.. today is the 9th time I've had to ride my motorcycle up onto the side walk to avoid getting hit from a person running that stop sign.
Thank you so much to the officers that stopped by today to play a little wiffle ball with the boys!

All they talked about was how you taught them how to throw a curve ball and that it was “so cool” that you took the time to play with them for a few minutes. You truly made their day today. Thank you so much SRPD! We appreciate everything you do 💙
What's the status on the power outage?
Again the church on Magiera street - five cars left the church and sped South down center street one after another, gunning it like it was a racetrack.

Something needs to be done before one of them hurts someone.
Is anything going to be done about the church on Magiera street? Every Friday night their young adults meet and they act like Center and Yates are their own private race tracks.

Every single Friday.
My dog Chloe got out of the backyard please if anyone sees her let me know. She was last seen on Lenardine. She’s older than this pic now.
Hi, I wanted to share this free event for anyone in the community that might be interested.
Something needs be done about the motorcycle traffic from Whitehead through Center Street and up Southside. People have been using the roads as racetracks.
I am sickened by the behaviour of South River Department. Officer Stoner is actually thw most disgusting female I have ever met in my life. As an officer she dpes not do anything legal beaides phone tapping her way to promotions. My family actually needs help urgently and Stoner did nothing but play on Amys App and stalk me and sons. I had to go above the local precinct. The town is not safe with her. Lets discuss. The only coke head is stoner
Please take a Moment and VOTE for “ONE of our Own”
MADISON Vitucci
TOP 60 FRESHMAN... SOUTH River Girls HS Basketball!!
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