BOONTON TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT
BOONTON TOWNSHIP, NEW JERSEY
CHIEF PAUL C. FORTUNATO
Welcome to the official web site of the Boonton Township Police Department
POLICE INVESTIGATING RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES
The Boonton Township Police Department is investigating two residential burglaries which both occurred on August 13th 2014. Both residences that were victimized are in close proximity to each other. In both cases entry was gained by forcing the front door, and the suspects ransacked the master bedrooms. If anyone has any information on these burglaries, or if anyone believes that they may have seen something suspicious over the past few days, please contact the Boonton Township Police Department Detective Bureau at 973-402-4022.
The Boonton Township Police Department would also like to take this opportunity to provide the following tips to residents: Remain vigilant and report all incidents of suspicious activity and suspicious vehicles immediately to police, leave lights on when your house is empty, tell a neighbor when your house will be empty, activate your alarm system, and complete a closed house form at the Boonton Township Police Department notifying them when your house will be empty.
Going away ??
The Boonton Township Police Department offers property checks of your home while you are away or your home is vacant for any reason for a period of time, without any cost to our residents. Please CLICK HEREfor a closed house form and submit the completed form to the Boonton Township Police Department.
Parents Who Host Lose The Most
FACT: It is a criminal offense in the state of New Jersey (2C:33-17a) to serve alcohol to anyone who is under the legal age of 21.
FACT: It is a criminal offense in the state of New Jersey (2C:33-17b) to make your home or property available for the purpose of allowing minors a place to consume alcohol.
FACT: New Jersey's Social Host Liability Law imposes civil penalties on social hosts who serve alcohol to minors who subsequently are involved in incidents causing death or injury.