Hoboken Police and Fire Blotter: 4/29/2011

Hoboken crime and fire action: April 29, 2011

An ongoing list of various noteworthy incidents, crimes and fire-calls throughout the day for Friday, April 29, 2011. This post may be updated and “bumped” periodically.

Crimes, Incidents, Fire Calls & Vehicular mishaps

  • 3:19am (4/30/2011): Big fight at Curling Club
    Hoboken police dispatched to the Curling Club uptown for a fight. “Numerous calls,” and HPD was advised to “use caution.”
  • 3:00am (4/30/2011): Female unresponsive
    Hoboken EMS en route to 6th & Madison for “a female unresponsive.”
  • 1:11am (4/30/2011): Bar Fight
    Fight at McSwiggan’s Bar at 1st & Bloomfield.
  • 1:07am (4/30/2011): Street Fight
    At 3rd & Monroe – reports of a street fight.
  • 12:45am (4/30/2011): Another Attempted home invasion
    At 401 Monroe Street – a black male, approx 160lbs, jeans & dark hoodie attempted entering an apartment, but the resident was home. Not sure if it was the same actor as the Grand St. incident earlier…
  • 12:00am (4/30/2011): Attempted home invasion
    A Hoboken resident living on Grand Street reported an attempted home invasion. The actor, only described as wearing a light-blue sweat shirt, tried gaining entrance to his apartment by pushing the air conditioner in. He was unsuccessful and fled southbound on Grand Street. Whew! Disaster averted.
  • 11:00pm: Intoxicated Youth
    A large group of intoxicated and disorderly teens hanging out in the playground at Elysian Park – are now throwing beer bottles onto Sinatra Drive. Same thing happened yesterday on the 12th St. “concrete pier” at Maxwell Place. Hey punks – Go play some video games – you can even blow stuff up there!
  • 6:30pm: Shooting at Holland Tunnel causes massive delays
    Apparently – the Port Authority Police were involved in a chase which supposedly resulted in two “suspects” being shot and killed. The whole area is one big giant mess – avoid!

More updates to come!

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4 Comments on "Hoboken Police and Fire Blotter: 4/29/2011"

bmacqueens
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And just like clockwork, 2:30 in the morning and the motorcycles are roaring out of Hoboken to the north. Every single night that it’s warm and dry enough to ride a bike, gunning the engines and blasting their straight pipes, waking the neighborhood … And the cops are nowhere, dutifully ignoring the ruckus as they have, every single night that it’s warm and dry, since 2003.

gugipop
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gugipop

Last night at 2:40 I was literally thrown from my bed. The noise was so loud I thought a small plane was headed straight to my bedroom window that I jumped up and tried to hide for cover. Why can’t anything be done about this? Seems to me like there should be noise pollution laws. How would their Mom’s and Dad’s like it if I rode through their suburban towns at that hour making noise.[quote comment=”206426″]And just like clockwork, 2:30 in the morning and the motorcycles are roaring out of Hoboken to the north. Every single night that it’s warm and dry enough to ride a bike, gunning the engines and blasting their straight pipes, waking the neighborhood … And the cops are nowhere, dutifully ignoring the ruckus as they have, every single night that it’s warm and dry, since 2003.[/quote]

costume
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costume

The police don’t care.[quote comment=”206445″]Last night at 2:40 I was literally thrown from my bed. The noise was so loud I thought a small plane was headed straight to my bedroom window that I jumped up and tried to hide for cover. Why can’t anything be done about this? Seems to me like there should be noise pollution laws. How would their Mom’s and Dad’s like it if I rode through their suburban towns at that hour making noise.

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johns349
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johns349

I was stuck in this mess on the Turnpike extension. I caught it by no more than 5 minutes. Shut off the car and rested for a good hour or so. I was about to just walk the last 1/2 mile home.

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