Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Police issued the following Nixle alert.
Clark Police sent out a Nixle alert around 1 p.m. on Tuesday advising residents that the department is investigating several car burglaries: "Advisory: Clark Pd is investigating several car burgalries to unlocked cars. Please lock your cars at all times even while at home." On January 7, police took a report of two incidents of theft from a vehicle at 39 and 40 Grand Street. Register for the Nixle alert system: 1. From any cell phone, text the zip code (07066) to 888777. In this way, you will receive text messages only. 2. Go to www.nixle.com and register. You must enter a valid email address with the option of entering a cell phone as well. If you choose this method, you will receive information via email and/or text message.
Thursday, December 27, 2012
Clark PD issued the following Nixle alerts.
Updated Story: 12 p.m. The Clark Police Department has resolved both of the issues previously mentioned over the Nixle alert system regarding a light out at Madison Hill Road and Raritan Road and a section of Westfield Avenue that was closed due to downed wires. Police issued the following new alerts: "Advisory: Power has been restored to the traffic light at Madisonhill Rd and Raritan Rd in Clark" "Advisory: Westfeild Ave from Madisonhill Rd to Liberty St in Clark is reopened from down power lines PSEG will still be working in that area" Original Story: 10:30 a.m. The Clark Police Department issued the following alerts via the Nixle system on Thursday morning. "Advisory: westfield ave from madisonhill rd to liberty st is closed due to …
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Police have not deemed the incident "child luring," but are investigating.
Clark Police sent out a Nixle alert around 9 a.m. on Thursday alerting residents to a suspicious incident where a female Clark district student was approached by a hispanic male while waiting for her bus on Wednesday morning. Clark Police Chief Alan Scherb said that the student was waiting for her bus near the Clark-Cranford border on Raritan Road around 7:40 a.m. and was approached by a hispanic male with facial hair in a white four-door vehicle. The student's parents reported the incident to police Wednesday night. "The vehicle pulled up, a comment was made to the juvenile, and then the juvenile backed away," Scherb told Patch. "We are investigating this as a suspicious incident." Scherb said police are not certain there was an intent to…