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Morris County Sheriff’s Office carries the Torch for Special Olympics

The Morris County Sheriff’s Office participated in the 35th Anniversary of the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics New Jersey.

Members from both Bureau of Law Enforcement and Bureau of Corrections ran a four mile stretch and their respective unions donated a combined $1,300 to this great cause!

13 officers pose in t-shirts and shorts before their Torch Run
Thirteen (13) members of the Morris County Sheriff’s Office prepare for their part of the 2018 Torch Run for Special Olympics New Jersey.

Medication Wellness and Management Program for Town of Boonton

Mayor Matt DiLauri, the Town of Boonton Board of Aldermen, the Town of Boonton Board of Health and the Boonton Municipal Alliance are pleased to present a health education program regarding medication management and wellness.

The program, entitled Medication Wellness and Management, will feature a panel presentation and will be held from 1:00pm – 3:00pm on June 15 at the Boonton Senior Center, 126 N. Main Street, Boonton.

UPDATE: This program date was cancelled, but a future date will be announced.

Panel speakers include Morris County Sheriff Jim Gannon, Morris County Chief Assistant Prosecutor Brad Seabury, Town of Boonton Police Chief David Mayhood, Clinical Social Worker Toni Manzione and Clinical Associate Professor/Pharmacist Rupal Mansukhani.

Proper medication management is vital to our health, and the panel will provide attendees with information to better manage medicines and to reduce their misuse. Panel speakers will also discuss the opioid epidemic and ways to combat this significant public health issue. In addition, attendees will be furnished with free resources and giveaways.

To register for this program, please call the Town of Boonton Health Department at 973 402-9410, ext. 631.

 

Sheriff’s CrimeStoppers Crime of the Week: Assault in Morris Twp.

Crimestoppers sealThe Morris Township Police Department is investigating an aggravated assault that occurred on Sunday, April 29, 2018. The assault occurred on Monroe Street in Morris Township at approximately 11:45 PM.

It was reported that the victim was assaulted by two males and that a female witness was present. The victim sustained significant injuries to the face.

We are asking anyone that may have information to contact the Morris County Sheriff’s CrimeStoppers at:

www.copcall.org

973-COP-CALL or

Use the free “P3 Tips” app on any mobile device

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