No Power? Blame This Guy
Green Brook police reports
It doesn't explain the time it's taken to get electrical service restored to Green Brook—but it probably didn't help matters, either, when someone cut the fence around a PSE&G substation on Route 22 and stole copper wire.
The theft occurred sometime between Oct. 23 and Oct. 28, according to police, and resulted in wire worth about $2,500 taken.
Police responded to the substation after a PSE&G employee reported the theft.
Adding insult to the injury, someone attempted to burglarize a PSE&G substation on Route 22 in Bridgewater on Nov. 6, also.
Bridgewater police asked for assistance from Green Brook police after the report of someone on the site at 9 p.m. Police did not find anyone there.