Have you seen Andrew Jarzyk?

Body in Hudson: Andrew Jarzyk

Hoboken sources confirmed this afternoon that the body found in the Hudson River yesterday was that of missing Andrew Jarzyk.

A sad day of closure for friends and relatives for sure.

Man’s body found in water near Hoboken Terminal

4/28/2014 Update:

ABC News is reporting that a man’s body was found in the water outside the Hoboken terminal this afternoon.

No word on the identity at this time, as the body is being autopsied tomorrow.

This makes the 4th body found in the river off Hoboken in the last month.

mans body found near Hoboken NJ terminal hudson river was it Andrew Jarzyk

Administration #FAIL in Hoboken – Cameras Broken

4/4/2014 Update:

Sky high property taxes. Kidney-jarring potholes. Plowing blunders. Parking ticket robbery. Raises for cronies. Broken security cameras. If that was on a resume when searching for qualified candidates for Mayor of any city, it would go straight in the trash bin. Time for Zimmer to resign.

For the past four years… really?

Marine units search Hudson River for Andrew Jarzyk in Hoboken

4/1/2014 Update:

Since Hoboken411 posted the missing person alert for Andrew Jarzyk two days ago – the search has been escalated. With three marine units from NYPD and Jersey City searching the shores of Hoboken on the Hudson River. This was the scene earlier today outside Lackawanna Plaza.

He was apparently last seen jogging along the waterfront at 2am on Sunday morning. Puzzling why someone would go for a jog after drinking at the club. Hope he’s okay!

Andrew Jarzyk search with NYPD and Jersey City Marine in Hoboken NJ

Andrew Jarzyk missing person from Hoboken, NJ

3/30/2014:

This came into our inbox late tonight. Apparently, a Hoboken resident named Andrew Jarzyk (27 years of age) has gone missing.

Jarzyk was supposedly “last seen” early this morning (1:00am) near the West Five Supper Club at 505 Madison Street. He evidently lived nearby. Records indicate that he’s employed by PNC Financials, and previously worked for Johnson & Johnson and JP Morgan Chase.

Any information leading to the whereabouts of Andrew Jarzyk can be relayed to the Hoboken, NJ Police Department Detective Bureau at (201)420-2211.

Was this foul play? Or “good times” taken a bit too far? Either way, we hope he’s okay.

Andrew Jarzyk missing person Hoboken NJ

23 Responses

  1. spiffy says:

    There was some crime scene at 5th & Bloomfield this morning. Looked like a body on the ground. Hope that wasn’t him.

  2. homeworld says:

    I thought you had to wait 48 hours to file a missing person’s report. The city just emailed everyone about this guy missing for 24 hours. When my car was stolen the Hoboken police told me it was only missing because how could I know it was stolen unless I saw someone steal it? I kid you not.

    • Smakpro says:

      Well common sense would tell you that a missing person is more detrimental than a missing or stolen car. Stolen or missing cars are also replaceable. [quote comment=”222876″]I thought you had to wait 48 hours to file a missing person’s report. The city just emailed everyone about this guy missing for 24 hours. When my car was stolen the Hoboken police told me it was only missing because how could I know it was stolen unless I saw someone steal it? I kid you not.[/quote]

  3. Mia_yousuf says:

    I work with Andrew and he’s not the type of guy you all making him out to be. I am really saddened by this and very worried. I spoke to Andrew at least 4 times this past week, last on Thursday. We both work for a big financial institutions, he is a nice guy. Please call the police if you know anything

    • homeworld says:

      Who’s making him out to be anything? Everyone said they hope they find him.[quote comment=”222879″]I work with Andrew and he’s not the type of guy you all making him out to be. I am really saddened by this and very worried. I spoke to Andrew at least 4 times this past week, last on Thursday. We both work for a big financial institutions, he is a nice guy. Please call the police if you know anything[/quote]

    • TrueHobokenite says:

      My heart goes out to Andrew’s family and friends. I say a prayer every day that he will be found safe somewhere. [quote comment=”222879″]I work with Andrew and he’s not the type of guy you all making him out to be. I am really saddened by this and very worried. I spoke to Andrew at least 4 times this past week, last on Thursday. We both work for a big financial institutions, he is a nice guy. Please call the police if you know anything[/quote]

    • TrueHobokenite says:

      Has there been any news or leads at all? I assume Andrew didn’t have his cell phone on him when he went jogging. Where have the police looked? I know it happens almost every day, but it’s so unbelievable that someone could just disappear with no trace! Someone said to me, “Maybe he was put in the witness protection program for some reason.” (I think that person might watch too much tv). Still hoping and praying that Andrew is found safe somewhere.[quote comment=”222879″]I work with Andrew and he’s not the type of guy you all making him out to be. I am really saddened by this and very worried. I spoke to Andrew at least 4 times this past week, last on Thursday. We both work for a big financial institutions, he is a nice guy. Please call the police if you know anything[/quote]

  4. bryan999 says:

    WTF, this guy is still missing…??

  5. mrtmac says:

    With all the cash this city wastes, boggles my mind that there are no cameras along the river. Wasn’t it St Patty’s day that the good old Hoboken hood rats jumped a guy and threw him into the Hudson?? Might be time for a nice neighborhood watch program, tired of hearing about good people getting harmed in this town.

    Regardless, hope this guy gets home safe to his loved ones, god speed.

    • Angry Bird says:

      Unfortunately in this town, that seems more plausible than the fact that he slipped clean into the river. The guy doesn’t sound like he was the type to do something stupid. Probably just putting one foot in front of the other until he ran into the wrong people.[quote comment=”222886″]With all the cash this city wastes, boggles my mind that there are no cameras along the river. Wasn’t it St Patty’s day that the good old Hoboken hood rats jumped a guy and threw him into the Hudson?? Might be time for a nice neighborhood watch program, tired of hearing about good people getting harmed in this town.Regardless, hope this guy gets home safe to his loved ones, god speed.[/quote]

  6. animal_lover says:

    Took a late very night stroll with dogs and did notice in the park and did notice a number of people walking alone and cutting through the Park. None of them seemed remotely attuned to their environment.

    I hope this gentleman is found very found very soon and that other take caution when walking the parks and streets in the wee hours. We did have our police services cut so be extra careful.

  7. HomeTeam says:

    Interesting, reported in the news this morning that Hoboken switched off the surveillance cameras throughout the city (two of them near Pier A) in 2010. They mayors army of PR folks say that they didn’t renew the contract for maintenance. The company says there is no reason that the city could not have kept using the cameras after the contract expired.

  8. HobNJ says:

    According to the CBS news clip, Dawn Zimmer’s spokesperson Juan Melli said that 10 camera weren’t working since 2010 and they elected not to renew its contract with the maintenance vendor. So, City Hall left it alone since 2010 without fixing it? It’s outrageous because it’s 2014 now. But Dawn’s team spins it by saying that FEMA gave them a grant to install 8 new cameras, which is currently being approved by City Hall Council this month??? How convenient. No one seems accountable for anything nowadays. So what is the purpose of having elected officials? Her constant lies make me sick to my stomach.

    Nonetheless, I’m praying for this young man.

    • animal_lover says:

      The point is so Zimmer and cronies and live off the, excuse the image, tit of the public all the while negligent in not providing essential services while serving themselves and milking the tax payer.[quote comment=”222895″]According to the CBS news clip, Dawn Zimmer’s spokesperson Juan Melli said that 10 camera weren’t working since 2010 and they elected not to renew its contract with the maintenance vendor. So, City Hall left it alone since 2010 without fixing it? It’s outrageous because it’s 2014 now. But Dawn’s team spins it by saying that FEMA gave them a grant to install 8 new cameras, which is currently being approved by City Hall Council this month??? How convenient. No one seems accountable for anything nowadays. So what is the purpose of having elected officials? Her constant lies make me sick to my stomach.Nonetheless, I’m praying for this young man.[/quote]

  9. animal_lover says:

    Zimmer is famous for cutting out health, safety and essential services and measures. She calls it “competing priorities” when these are the most basic aspects of a community that are non discretionary. Cutting out tech is one thing but cutting out experienced staff is quite another.

    I find it hard to believe her backers prefer turning community parks into child recreation centers falls above health and safety.

  10. animal_lover says:

    Hoboken has been “down for years” not just the cameras. Those years correspond to – you guessed it – Zimmer’s budget cuts to essential services.

    • animal_lover says:

      Council presented an resolution to restore the camera’s ASAP. It would shot down by Zimmer aligned council member.

      [quote comment=”222906″]Hoboken has been “down for years” not just the cameras. Those years correspond to – you guessed it – Zimmer’s budget cuts to essential services.[/quote]

  11. homeworld says:

    I totally agree that this is a major failure on part of the city government and the police department. However, I find it ironic to see complaints about broken CCTV cameras on this site, considering this site is always very negative about the subject. Ever simple traffic count cameras are lambasted as an invasion of privacy and civil liberties.

  12. Mrs. L says:

    Sad news. But the agony of not knowing is over and they can heal now.

  13. whineanddineinhob says:

    heart felt sorrow for Andrew, and his friends and family members.

    • joey maxim says:

      strange a month n a half …the body comes to the top..nasty and sad..the feds should look into this …heart goes out to the family..something smells like tillys tent here [quote comment=”223046″]heart felt sorrow for Andrew, and his friends and family members.[/quote]

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