Each week, Patch takes a peek at some of the more surprising, shocking, stunning and occasionally silly police-related incidents reported throughout New Jersey for "OMGs from NJ PDs." Here are a couple of this week's reports:
Burned: A call to Kinnelon police by a homeowner complaining of a strange, possibly burning, odor , police said. Firefighters even used an infrared camera to locate the possible fire — which led them to the alleged supply of pot.
Young at Heart: Never let it be said that irresponsibility is only the domain of the young. The Boomers can take on grossly foolish tasks, too. Such was the case, according to West Deptford police, of a 60-year-old driver when his 2002 Pontiac Firebird went off the road, plowed through a landscaped berm and smacked into the side of a building. The driver was treated at a local hospital, but stable, and faced a number of citations when he got out, police reported.
Oh, Baby: It seems either three young women reportedly have expensive taste in booze, or their infants do; police were banking on the former. after allegedly finding high-end vodka hidden in portable baby seats. All three were too young to have liquor (whether purchased or stolen), so they faced charges for that, as well.
What Was He Aiming For? A Hackensack man is facing charges after, police say, . The man now faces a criminal mischief charge in addition to the ones that got him to court in the first place. So he'll be back to the courthouse—hopefully with an empty bladder.