“UDrive. UText. UPay”

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New Jersey’s Distracted Driving Enforcement Crackdown “UDrive. UText. UPay”. Begins today and runs through April 21.

Press Release

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Anil A. Iqbal

LKA: 25 Hartford Drive
Egg Harbor Township
New Jersey

DOB: 4/8/1978

Charge:
2C:5-2A1  – Conspiracy to commit theft

2C:20-25C –  Theft by Extortion (two counts)

2C:20-4A – Theft by Deception

2C:20-7.1B Fencing (dealing with stolen property)

Bail: $1,000.000.00 no 10% option

Set by the Honorable Joseph Rotolo, Ramsey

Court Date: To be announced

On March 30th the Egg Harbor Police Department reported that they have the above named party in custody on criminal warrants from the Ramsey Police Department, after a motor vehicle stop.

On or about April 14, 2014, Iqbal was an employee at the Emporio Motors located at Rt. 1355 17 SB.  A victim had brought his 2013 Lamborghini into the dealership on a consignment sale. The vehicle was sold to a Nevada resident for $368,274.  The money was never delivered to the original owner. Detective Brad Smith of the Ramsey Police Department was the investigator and the complainant.

The Ramsey Police Department along with the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have been investigating Emporio Motors.  The owner Afzal “Bobby” Khan remains a fugitive from justice.  Iqbal and Khan are biological brothers.  When Iqbal was born there were mistakes made on his birth certificate.

Chief Bryan Gurney, MAS, CPM
Ramsey Police Department
FBI National Academy Session 199

Training Exercise at Ramsey HS

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THE RAMSEY POLICE WILL BE CONDUCTING AN TRAINING EXERCISE AT THE RAMSEY HS AT APPROXIMATELY 9:00/am on 12/18/2014. THERE IS NO EMERGENCY.

Any questions call RPD HQ at 201-327-2400.”

Mahwah Marine Moms Wreath Ceremony – Read More >

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mahwahmarineSaturday December 13, 2014.

 

 NEWS ALERT (UPDATE)

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In regards to the possible attempted luring incident on November 13th, the Detective Bureau had determined that the outcome of the investigation was in fact 3 juveniles from Ramsey High School and their mother in the vehicle picking up another child from the Library and one of the JV’s yelled to his little brother as a joke.

There is no need for concern however all parents should remain vigilant and are encouraged to report any suspicious activity to the Ramsey Police.

Unattended Package Alert

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Residents and business owners should be aware that throughout the County, thieves have been targeting packages that have been left at doorsteps. Ramsey has seen 5 such cases. Unattended packages are an easy target. Try to have your packages delivered later in the evening while you are home, or supply your carrier with an alternate address of a relative or neighbor to take them in for you, or require a signature for delivery.

The holidays are a busy time of year, as crimes of opportunity are also on the rise during this time. Protect your valuables.

As always, should you see any suspicious activity, call the police.

Traffic Update

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Allendale NJ: 24 Hour planned closure plan alternate route  Hillside Ave will be shut down from 6:00 PM Monday until 6:00 PM on Tuesday 8/26.   No vehicles will be permitted to traverse the resurfacing area.  The only exception is for an emergency in the “landlocked” area.  (See Map:https://www.google.com/maps/@41.0431565,-74.1562345,15z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!6m1!1szIzMfhjFHYJQ.kEPikbSRQguM)

Ramsey Residents: South Central Avenue in Ramsey Becomes Hillside Avenue in Allendale

RPD has placed an electronic message board at East Oak & South Central

HIT AND RUN COLLISION

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Thomas M. MOYLAN, Jr

Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office
PRESS RELEASE

TO:​ALL NEWS MEDIA
FROM:​PROSECUTOR JOHN L. MOLINELLI
DATE:​AUGUST 25, 2014
CONTACT:​MAUREEN PARENTA  ​ (201) 226-5509[OFFICE]
​PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER​   (551) 265-8567 [CELL]
[email protected] IS PREFERRED

CHARGES UPGRADED IN RAMSEY
HIT AND RUN COLLISION

Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli announced today new and more serious charges have been filed against THOMAS M. MOYLAN, JR. (1382 York St, Mahwah, NJ, date of birth: 12/11/1986) in connection with a hit and run that occurred in Ramsey on August 15, 2014. These charges are the result of a cooperative and on-going investigation conducted by members of the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Fatal Accident Investigation Unit under the direction of Chief Carmen MARTINO, and the Ramsey Police Department under the direction of Chief Bryan GURNEY.

​Early today, Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office Fatal Accident Investigation Unit members and Ramsey Police were notified that the victim on the August 15th hit & run, Samuel Tarrant, 55 of Kew Gardens, NY, had succumbed to injuries suffered in the collision and died at Westchester Medical Center in New York.

​As a result, Thomas M. MOYLAN, Jr., was re-arrested byRamsey Police this morning without incident. He has been charged with 2nd degree Leaving the Scene of a Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision, contrary to NJSA 2C:11-5.1; and 3rd degree being Involved in a Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision While Driving with a Suspended License. A new bail was set by the Honorable Russell B. Teschon, JMC, at $50,000, without option to post 10%.

Prosecutor Molinelli states that the charges are merely accusations and that the defendant is presumed innocent unless or until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt and would like to thank the Ramsey Police Department for their assistance in this investigation.

Prescription Drop Box

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What is a Permanent Prescription Drop Box? Where are they Located?

With the growing concern for misuse of prescription medication and water quality, the first 24/7 free standing permanent drug disposal site in Bergen County was recently established at the Paramus Police Department. Other departments – Palisades Park, Park Ridge, River Vale, Leonia, Township of Washington and Ridgefield – have recently established the drop-off sites, with numerous other municipalities expressing interest.

A local initiative of the Bergen County Department of Health Services, Office of Alcohol and Drug Dependency’s County Municipal Alliance Program in cooperation with Consumer Affairs Division of the Attorney General’s office, this community based public health initiative highlights the problem of prescription drug abuse and enables Bergen County residents to contribute to the solution. This Box is monitored and maintained by the police department, offering a place to drop off expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, no questions asked. The metal, locked box is similar to a mailbox and once the unwanted pills are dropped in, they cannot be removed nor can anyone reach into/through the door.

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