Hoboken police and fire blotter: 4/28/2011
Hoboken crime and fire action: April 28, 2011
- 11:26pm: Noise complaint turns ugly
A woman complaining about noise from a neighbor at 13th & Park Ave., is now apparently pissing the noisy guy off – as she phoned HPD to say he’s violently kicking her door.
- 10:50pm: Car theft in progress
Reports of an individual trying to gain access to a white van parked in the lot behind 720 Monroe Street.
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- 7:20pm: Stumble Bum
Reports of an individual who “fell down a flight of stairs” over at the PATH Station. 1 to 1 odds alcohol was involved.
- 5:45pm: Drunks harassing women
In the area of 400 Newark Street (the strip mall), Reports of two males (one black, one indian) who are under the influence of alcohol, and verbally harassing each and every female that is walking by. HPD checking it out now.
- 2:15pm: Weed investigation
The Hoboken Police are wasting their valuable resources investigating “CDS usage” (marijuana) at 310 Marshall Drive. Residents: If you smell weed, don’t waste your time calling the cops. Never has a cop broken up a fight between two people high on pot!
- 1:40pm: Street Assault
An individual was just assaulted on the sidewalk near the SkyClub condos downtown near 1st & Harrison Street. Hoboken EMS was requested and en route.
- 12:40pm: Home Invasion!
A woman walked into her apartment near 7th & Washington to find a short black male wearing a dark backpack inside. She locked herself in the bathroom all phoned HPD. Police spotted a black male with a backpack running northbound on Washington Street and have that suspect stopped at the moment. They’re bringing the female by the scene (in a dark-tinted anti-vice car) to see if she can positively identify the man.
12:55pm update: The man they stopped at 11th & Washington wasn’t the guy. They’re continuing their search…
1:20pm update: HPD is asking all businesses near the scene if they have exterior video surveillance to aid in their investigation…
More updates to come…