FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. - September 10, 2019 (REMINDER) 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony to be held at the Sussex County Community College on Sept. 11th, 2019 at 6:00pm A ceremony commemorating the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks will be held at Sussex County Community College in
Motorists can expect traffic detours today in the area of Madison Street (from Elm Street to Main Street) from approximately 9:00a.m. to 2:00p.m. due to emergency water main repairs. Please plan accordingly.
On 8/25/19 at 9:44p.m., Newton Police Department received a report of a male subject attempting to pass counterfeit money at the 7-Eleven on Water Street in an attempt to buy cigarettes but had since left the immediate area. Subsequently, patrols located the subject in the area of the
On 8/11/19 at approximately 11:50am, Ptl. Anthony Keiling observed Katelynn Shipps, age 28, of Main Street, Newton running from the St. Joseph's Cemetery (which is located behind the old St.Joseph's School), after she noticed his presence. A subsequent warrant check was conducted on Shipps
On 8/9/19 at 7:20p.m., Newton Patrols responded to the rear parking lot of 70 West End Avenue (Newtonian Gardens) for a report of a dispute between a male and female involving suspected C.D.S. Upon arrival, patrols identified the male suspect as Robert Petty, age 47 of Newton. Investigatio
On 7/31/19 at 11:18a.m., the Newton Police Department received numerous 9-1-1 calls reporting a three car motor vehicle accident with a possible roll-over at the intersection of Sparta Avenue, Sussex Street, and Diller Avenue. Upon arrival, investigation revealed that Mackenzie Kratzsch, age
On 07/25/2019 at 11:25p.m., Ptl. John Flanagan was conducting traffic enforcement on Water Street (Rt. 206) when he observed a 2016 Chrysler traveling south at a high rate of speed. Ptl. Flanagan conducted a motor vehicle stop and subsequent investigation revealed that the driver of the
On 7/20/19 at 10:36p.m., Newton Police received a 9-1-1 call reporting a motor vehicle accident with a possible intoxicated driver at the intersection of Trinity Street and Moran Street. Upon arrival, investigation revealed that a 2000 Ford Focus being operated by Megan Sheplak, age 35, of
On 7/3/19 at 3:55a.m., Ptl. Donald Meisinger and Ptl. Steven Kneidl observed a male subject lying on the ground in the area of Lower Spring Street. The male, identified as Michael Stafford, age 33 and currently homeless, indicated that he was resting and not in need of medical assistance. A
On 7/1/19 at 9:24a.m. Sgt. Michael Monaco and Ptl. Steven Shawger observed a gray Chevrolet Tahoe towing a trailer near the intersection of Sparta and Diller Avenues. The trailer did not have a license plate affixed to it and the vehicle did not have an inspection sticker. A subsequent motor
On On 7/1/19 at 9:24a.m. Sgt. Michael Monaco and Ptl. Steven Shawger observed a gray Chevrolet Tahoe towing a trailer near the intersection of Sparta and Diller Avenues. The trailer did not have a license plate affixed to it and the vehicle did not have an inspection sticker. A s A
Newton Police Chief Mike Richards is pleased to announce that the department’s 9-1-1 Communications Center is now equipped with an enhancement to its 9-1-1 system which gives emergency responders key lifesaving information about 9-1-1 callers during an emergency and provides highly accurate
On 6/8/19 at about 11:30 pm, Sgt. Michael Monaco and Ptl. Steve Shawger stopped a vehicle for speeding on Sparta Avenue. A subsequent motor vehicle stop was conducted and after a brief investigation, a quantity of marijuana and a pipe used for smoking marijuana were recovered from inside of the
On 6/8/19 at 7:58p.m., S/O Raul Couce was present at Memory Park and was assisting with traffic control for the Newton Day Festival. While present at the park, S/O Couce observed a male and female engaged in a heated verbal dispute and intervened and separated the parties. Subsequent
On 6/8/19 6:39.p.m., Newton Police again encountered Vincent Scardino Jr., age 49, of Andover to be present within Memory Park during Newton Day festivities. Upon speaking with Scardino, officers observed that he was under the influence of alcohol and in possession of 2 bottles of alcohol.