Monthly Archives: March 2015

Starting a discussion on Mental Illness

At the Mayor and Council Meeting 3/25/2015, George Gorman voiced his concerns about the ability to bring awareness to the residents of Oakland (especially teenagers) resources available for people who suffer from mental illness – whether it be depression, anxiety, disorders, etc. that effect 1-4 people – and this has […]

On the Job – March 24, 2015

MARCH 16: A resident from Colgate Road reported being a victim of debit card fraud after she discovered multiple unapproved transactions on her BJ’s Wholesale Club account. Officer Michael Griffin handled the initial investigation. Report taken and matter forwarded to the Detective Bureau. MARCH 16: A resident from Yawpo Avenue […]

UPDATE: Oakland Moms Come together to #FindMeg 1

The monies raised so far for the McCallum family’s search efforts were delivered over the weekend (March29). Thanks to all the volunteers and ribbon purchasers! May these efforts help Meg find her way home. Ribbons for the McCallum Family in support of Meg’s safe return. On March 20 at around […]

On the Job – March 22, 2015

MARCH 13: Officer Ryan O’Keefe investigated a walk in complaint regarding an Oakland resident being the victim of identity theft. The resident stated that he discovered his identity was compromised when he learned that someone already filed a tax return in his name without his knowledge or consent. The incident […]

Buy A Yellow Ribbon #FindMeg

Purchase a yellow ribbon in support of the McCallum family and their effort to find their daughter Meg. The ribbons will be available for purchase at ShopRite today, Saturday March 21st from 4-6pm and tomorrow, Sunday March 22nd from 2-6pm.