Police Dept Archives

Press Release Archive 2009


May 31, 2009 3:17 pm

While on routine patrol on Elizabeth St. a vehicle passed the City patrol care being driven

by a subject know to be a suspended driver. The patrol car turned around and attempted

to stop the driver who did not stop until pulling into his driveway. Police approached the

driver and because of the odor emitting from his vehicle and the slow and akward

walking of the driver, had the driver perform some sobriety tests which he failed to pass.

The driver, Ronald Polasky, age 40, of Bordentown City was subsequently charged with

driving while intoxicated. Mr. Polasky was released to a family member pending court in


Arresting officer Ptl. Kevin Guire.

May 31 6:31 pm

Police observed a subject passed out in the area of Boyd's Pharmacy, 100 block of

Farnsworth Ave. Being unable to awaken the subject, he was transported to Robert

Wood Johnson Hospital in Hamilton, where he was treated for intoxication and later

released. In speaking with the store manager at Boyd's police were shown a security

camera showing the subject, Ronald Polasky, age 40, of Bordentown City, shoplifting a

bottle of Listerine and leaving the store. Mr. Polasky was charged with shoplifting and

awaits a court hearing in June.

Arresting officer Sgt. William Cranmer.






Bordentown City Police Department, 324 Farnsworth Ave, Bordentown, NJ 08505