An ongoing dispute between the current and former owners of a Ridgedale Avenue locksmith has allegedly led to death threats, with the current owner fearing for his safety, according to police.
Jeffrey Baldwin, the current owner of has filed several complaints against Jong Printz, the wife of the business' former owner who is now deceased. Most recently, on May 31, Baldwin told police Printz, 69, of Morris Plains, had called him twice on May 29, saying, "you live now, not for long," according to the police report.
Baldwin filed the police report because, he told police, he fears for his safety and believes Printz is "unstable," according to the report. A warrant was authorized for the arrest of Printz regarding the threats, but Morris Plains police were unable to issue the warrant, according to the report.
On May 18, an employee at Cy Drake reported Printz trespassing at the business. She told police she was allowed on the premises, just not in the building, according to the report. Printz was subsequently escorted off the premises by police and entered into the trespass log.
There is an ongoing legal dispute between the current owners and Printz, who is legally entitled to 50 percent from the business should it be sold, according to the police report. Printz has allegedly gone to the store and told all the employees they were terminated and also has yelled at customers, according to the police report.
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