On 9/17/18 at 4:00a.m., the Newton Police received a 9-1-1 call reporting a motor vehicle accident on Swartswood Road. Upon arrival, officers observed that a vehicle had struck a utility pole, a speed limit sign and a mailbox before becoming disabled. Subsequent investigation revealed that
On 9/13/18 at 10:30a.m., Newton Police arrested Hasdrede Kengne, age 20, of High Street, Newton for committing numerous burglaries to motor vehicles that occurred during the overnight hours on 8/28/18 and 8/29/18. The thefts occurred mostly in the area of Madison Street, Halsted Street,
Sussex County P.B.A. Local #138 is honored to announce the 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony to be held on Tuesday, September 11, 2018 at 9:00a.m. at the 9/11 Memorial on the campus of Sussex County Community College RAIN or SHINE. An awning will be present for attendees in the event rain does occur.
On 9/6/18 at 1:55p.m., the Newton Police Department received an initial report of a vehicle within the Rite Aid parking lot on Spring Street with an unknown issue with its operator. Shortly thereafter, Newton Police then received a second report of the vehicle leaving the Rite Aid and driving
Between Tuesday August 28th and Wednesday August 29th, 2018, the Newton Police investigated numerous burglaries to motor vehicles that occurred during the overnight hours. Some of the vehicles were unlocked. Various items were taken including cash, sunglasses, and credit cards. The burglaries
[image: PRESS RELEASE SUSSEX COUNTY PBA Local #138 P.O. Box 520 Andover, N.J. 07821 SUSSEX COUNTY 9/11 Memorial] [image: MON] ------------------------------ FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE---8/28/2018 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony to Be Held at SCCC on Sept. 11th A ceremony
[image: CWC_Badge_Dark_CMYK][image: shirtpatch] The Newton Police Department will host Coffee Cone with a Cop! Saturday July 28th - 11 AM to 2 PM Hayek’s Market & Ice Cream Parlor 1 Mill Street Newton Opportunity to meet local officers and discuss community issues On
On 6/24/18 at approximately 12:00p.m., Newton police responded to a Main Street boarding house in an attempt to locate and arrest a resident on an active warrant out of the Sussex County Sheriff’s Department. Upon arrival, patrols were able to locate the subject identified as Daniel Devine,
On 6/23/18 at 1:49a.m., Newton Police responded to 33 Mill Street for a reported fire on the 2nd floor of the high rise complex. Upon arrival, a smoke condition was found on the 2nd floor and Ptl. Michael Wolanski and Ptl. Mahir Kaylani entered the apartment and were able to extinguish the fire.
On 6/18/18 at 9:16a.m., Newton Police responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident with a telephone pole down in the area of the Tuscany Bistro on Route 206 (Woodside Avenue). Subsequently, it was learned that a 30 year old Stillwater resident, Samantha Benson, was operating the vehicle
On 6/8/18 at 4:30 pm, Ptl. John Flanagan was patrolling the Newton Cemetery when he located a parked vehicle that was suspicious because of its location. As he approached the vehicle, the passenger, identified as Jeffrey T. Schermerhorn, age 27, of Decker Road, Andover, NJ was standing next to
On 6/7/18 at 11:26p.m., Sgt. Thomas Muller observed a vehicle make a right on red from Trinity Street onto Water Street northbound which is prohibited at that location. Subsequently, the vehicle in question was stopped on Swartswood Road and its driver was identified as Samantha M. Olsen,
On 6/1/18 at 3:28a.m., Ptl. John Flanagan stopped an out of town taxicab for having an equipment violation (inoperable brake light) on Lower Spring Street. Subsequently, a warrant from the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office (for Failure to Appear on a Possession of C.D.S. charge) was located
On 5/29/18 at 8:18p.m., Newton Police received a report of a burglary to a motor vehicle on the campus of the Sussex County Community College in which $80.00 cash was stolen from inside the center console. An investigation by the Newton Police (with the assistance of the college’s security
On 5/27/18 at 8:36p.m., the Newton Police Dept. received information from a concerned citizen that an individual identified as Kimberly Vandermark, age 23, of Wantage, NJ was presently walking on Mill Street and that an active warrant currently existed for her arrest out of the Sussex County