The head of Gloucester Township's EMS showed up to an emergency call intoxicated last week, according to police.
Eden, 48, heads up the township's EMS Alliance, which is a nonprofit organization. He was called to the scene last Thursday night during a police stand-off.
When police on the scene suspected that Eden was intoxicated, they gave him sobriety tests.
The town's mayor and police chief met on Friday with the directors of the EMS group and issued a statement saying "EMS services for the township are operating normally, and were never interrupted," the paper reports.
The EMS group is now being run by the second-in-command while Eden's incident is investigated.