Hazlet Fire Co. #1, North Centerville Fire Company and West Keansburg Fire Company responded to several false alarms between Jan. 31-Feb.6, 2019. Here is the log, from public records.
Jan. 31, 1:07 p.m.: The fire department responded to a fire alarm on Gibson Drive, but found it was triggered by a water leak.
Jan. 31, 11:06 p.m.: Reports of smoke in the stock room at the Hazlet CVS at 14 Route 36 were investigated by the fire department, but no evidence of fire or smoke was found. It was noted the heating system was making some noises.
Feb. 1, 3:51 p.m.: A resident on Hazlet Avenue lit her gas fireplace and her fire alarms went off. There was the odor of natural gas. Fire command reported the gas company came to the scene and shut down the fireplace, which will be repaired.
Feb. 2, 3:31 p.m.: A Cresci Boulevard resident sensed an odor of smoke from the furnace, but the gas company found no readings.
Feb. 3: 2:28 p.m.: A general alarm at Tilton Fitness in Airport Plaza went off and was investigated by the fire department, but was found to be a false alarm.
Feb. 4: 9:36 a.m.: A fire alarm as activated at Baytul-Iman Academy on Laurel Avenue, but it was a false alarm.
Feb. 4, 5:34 p.m.: Fire authorities responded to a Pine Creek Village resident whose carbon monoxide detector set off an alarm. The gas company found no readings, and the resident was advised to change the batteries.
Feb. 5: 3:20 a.m.: Bad batteries in a residential smoke alarm triggered a call on Knoll Terrace.
Feb. 6, 9:04 a.m.: New Jersey Natural Gas reported to Hazlet authorities that a Carlisle Court resident called about a burning odor coming from her furnace. Police and fire personnel responded to her home, but she refused them entry, according to the report.