Secaucus Police Beat

September roundup from the SPD

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Sept. 5

At 1:32 p.m., Secaucus Police responded to the Red Roof Inn at 15 Meadowlands Parkway on a report of credit card fraud. During the investigation, the officers arrested 21-year-old Jersey City resident Justice Hooper for alleged possession of incomplete credit cards and alleged forgery. Hooper also had an active warrant from Carlstadt with a bail of $1,000, and a warrant from Hasbrouck Heights with a $600 bail. Hooper was served his complaint warrant and was transported to the Hudson County Jail. 21-year-old Middletown woman Kemiran Bryant was also arrested for an outstanding $750 warrant.

Sept. 11

At 5:08 p.m., during a motor vehicle stop, Secaucus Police arrested 25-year-old Philadelphia resident Basic Mccoy for allegedly possessing metal knuckles, which are a prohibited weapon. Mccoy was issued a complaint summons and was released from police custody.

Sept. 12

At 1:50 p.m., Secaucus Police responded to Walmart, at 400 Park Plaza Drive, on report of a fight in progress. The police arrested 30-year-old New York, NY resident Marlon Baker on charges of aggravated assault, and unlawful possession of a baseball bat for an unlawful purpose. Baker was served his complaint summons and was released from police custody.

Sept. 13

At 8:51 a.m., Secaucus Police responded to the Recreation Center at 1200 Koelle Boulevard on a report of a male who was possibly intoxicated, and was reportedly attempting to drive. Upon further investigation, the officers arrested 56-year-old Secaucus resident Thomas Bogosian, for allegedly driving while intoxicated. Bogosian was issued several summonses and was released into the custody of a responsible adult.

At 12:20 p.m., Secaucus Police responded to Ashley Furniture at 925 Paterson Plank Road on a report of someone attempting to use a fraudulent shopping card. During the investigation, they arrested 29-year-old Allentown, Pa. resident Anthony Aquino for alleged fraudulent use of a credit card, alleged possession of false government documents, and allegedly obstructing administration of the law.

Sept. 15

At 2:54 a.m., Secaucus Police responded to Walmart at 400 Park Plaza Drive on report of a shoplifting. They arrested 26-year-old Bronx, NY resident Aboubakary Kanuteh and charged him with eluding and shoplifting. Kanuteh also had three outstanding warrants.

Sept. 19

At 6:01 p.m., Secaucus Police responded to Home Depot at 1055 Paterson Plank Road on report of a shoplifting. During the investigation, police arrested 79-year-old Hoboken resident Eugenio Brito-Comendador and charged him with shoplifting, possession of burglar tools, and defiant trespassing. Brito-Comendador was served his complaint warrant and transported to Hudson County Jail.

Sept. 20

At 3:23 a.m., Secaucus Police responded to New County Road and Seaview Drive on a report of a vehicle stopped at the intersection, whose driver was possibly asleep. During the investigation, they arrested 28-year-old West Orange resident Devin Jacobs, who was charged with driving while intoxicated. Jacobs was served his summonses, and released into the custody of a responsible adult.

At 9 p.m., police responded to 300 Route 3 East after it was reported that a disabled vehicle was stopped in the right lane. During the investigation, police arrested 36-year-old Philadelphia resident Miguel Cuadrado for allegedly driving while intoxicated. Cuadrado was issued his motor vehicle summonses, and was released into the custody of a responsible adult.

Sept. 21

At 11:19 a.m., Secaucus Police responded to the Roadway Inn at 155 Route 3 East on a report of a male acting disorderly on the premises. During the investigation, they arrested 54-year-old Little Ferry resident Vaughn Haye and charged him with disorderly conduct, after Haye allegedly tried to run onto Route 3 East. Haye was served his complaint summons and was released from custody.

Sept. 24

At 3 p.m., during a motor vehicle stop, Secaucus Police placed 41-year-old East Orange resident Robert Barker under arrest for an outstanding $100 warrant in Jersey City. During the motor vehicle stop, police also charged Barker for alleged possession of what they believed to be crack cocaine with intent to distribute, alleged possession of marijuana, alleged possession of drug paraphernalia, and alleged failure to turn controlled dangerous substances over to law enforcement. Barker was served his complaint warrant and was transferred to the Hudson County Jail.

At 5:56 p.m., Secaucus Police responded to the Home Depot at 1055 Paterson Plank Road on a report of a shoplifting incident. During the investigation, police arrested 38-year-old East Rutherford resident Lukasz Mysliwiec after a brief vehicular pursuit, followed by a foot pursuit. Misliwiec was charged with resisting arrest by flight, resisting arrest by eluding, possession of heroin, possession of a hypodermic needle, and possession of burglar tools. Mysliwiec also had three outstanding warrants out of Rutherford, Garfield, and Clifton. He was served his complaint warrant and transported to the Hudson County Jail.

Sept. 26

At 12:40 a.m., Secaucus Police responded to Walmart at 400 Park Plaza Drive on a report of a shoplifting incident. They arrested 52-year-old Passaic resident Timothy Hendley and 55-year-old Newark resident Amos Barner and charged both with shoplifting and resisting arrest. Barner had two outstanding warrants from Paramus and Clifton. Hendley was also charged with possession of what officers believed to be heroin, and drug paraphernalia. Both Hendley and Barner were served their complaint warrants and transferred to the Hudson County Jail.

At 5:55 p.m., Secaucus Police responded to Home Depot at 1055 Paterson Plank Road on a report of a shoplifting incident. They arrested 38-year-old North Bergen resident Jose Galvan-Vasquez, and charged him with shoplifting. Galvan-Vasquez was served his complaint summons and was released from police custody.

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