Rims stolen on Jefferson Street

Honda Accord has rims stolen on Jefferson

According to a resident, this grey Honda Accord often parks in the area of Jefferson Street between 3rd and 4th Streets.

Well, this morning – the car definitely isn’t going anywhere except via tow truck, as the rims were stolen and the car was left on cinder blocks.

If Frank Sinatra were still alive today – he’d “remix” his famous “New York, New York” song to include the verse “Start spreading the parts, thanks to less cops, I want my rims back, Hobo-ken, New Jerz!”

Honda Accord rims stolen in Hoboken NJ Jefferson Street December 5 2013

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animal_lover
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animal_lover

You should not take that from anyone who provides services paid by our taxes (or indirectly through grants or other set asides). One does have to assert themselves to get results.

I did experience being told the couple “getting it on” right in a car at the corner uptown near Washington were “likely” kissing. I really did not have the stomach to pursue that one. By on large, the cops come through, whereas the City will actually violate your rights to side step. A good example is all the lawsuits and how the oft are on the losing side.

animal_lover
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animal_lover

I saw a BMW yesterday on bricks on one of the streets leading out of Hoboken towards Turnpike/ rt 9&11.

Rim-Less
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Rim-Less

That Hoboken resident is me. If anyone has a spare pair of wheels/tires I need Christmas to come early. HoHo Ho.

Rim-Less in Hoboken.

OldskoolDino
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OldskoolDino

Sorry to Rim-Less, I was the unfortunate resident who had their wheels stolen off of a Jeep Cherokee not too long ago and was featured on Hoboken411 as well.

Hey Hoboken PD this is clearly a problem here in town (most likely a professional crew hear in town or Jersey City) what is the solution? How about you put a bait car out there and do some surveillance to try and collar these guys, just a thought?

Hoboken411 please try and list all of these occurrences and maybe your influence will prompt some action here in town, taxes are too high here to have the amount of crime that takes place in town.[quote comment=”222130″]That Hoboken resident is me. If anyone has a spare pair of wheels/tires I need Christmas to come early. HoHo Ho.Rim-Less in Hoboken.[/quote]

homeworld
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Hiring more cops won’t accomplish anything, if they act as unprofessional as the ones we already have.

In a city as small as Hoboken and with so few entry and exit points, crime prevention/solving should be so much easier. More CCTV cameras and install license plate readers at the borders and this sort of crime is going to vanish quickly.

Also, how is it that the HPU people driving around all the time will get you if you’re parked 2 minutes more than you’re allowed but can’t notice things like this happening?

MacbookPro
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MacbookPro

Perfect! The cops are useless and arrogant. I’ve called several times about the double parked cars in front of JFK stadium but they don’t respond or care. No ambulance or fire truck will make it through but that’s still not enough to get them to give a shit and do their jobs. Hell sick the hoboken parking animals on these offenders. They love meeting quotas. Easy low hanging fruit.

It takes a long time to strip 4 wheels. In a city this dense the cops are dropping the ball again. [quote comment=”222126″]Hiring more cops won’t accomplish anything, if they act as unprofessional as the ones we already have.In a city as small as Hoboken and with so few entry and exit points, crime prevention/solving should be so much easier. More CCTV cameras and install license plate readers at the borders and this sort of crime is going to vanish quickly.Also, how is it that the HPU people driving around all the time will get you if you’re parked 2 minutes more than you’re allowed but can’t notice things like this happening?[/quote]

briank
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briank

Never understood why people attending a football game feel entitled to double park in an entire block of cars. Their time is so much more valuable than those of the people who now can’t get their car out? My response – if I am close to home, the car and every door handle is getting the poopy diaper treatment. Otherwise, if I am going to be late, might as well make the double parking asshole late as well by emptying the air from their tires. [quote comment=”222178″]Perfect! The cops are useless and arrogant. I’ve called several times about the double parked cars in front of JFK stadium but they don’t respond or care. No ambulance or fire truck will make it through but that’s still not enough to get them to give a shit and do their jobs. Hell sick the hoboken parking animals on these offenders. They love meeting quotas. Easy low hanging fruit.It takes a long time to strip 4 wheels. In a city this dense the cops are dropping the ball again.[/quote]

animal_lover
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animal_lover

I have always found the local police effective and courteous. I don’t gather where you support your assertion that the cops are unprofessional. I have had the police handle enforcement that the City itself skirts or outright turns a blind eye. No that is an example of the city being not unprofessional, but incompetent and even discriminatory in its enforcement.[quote comment=”222126″]Hiring more cops won’t accomplish anything, if they act as unprofessional as the ones we already have.In a city as small as Hoboken and with so few entry and exit points, crime prevention/solving should be so much easier. More CCTV cameras and install license plate readers at the borders and this sort of crime is going to vanish quickly.Also, how is it that the HPU people driving around all the time will get you if you’re parked 2 minutes more than you’re allowed but can’t notice things like this happening?[/quote]

homeworld
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I guess you’ve been lucky… My car was stolen and when I called the police they actually hung up on me after saying it a “missing car” not a “stolen car.” So then I went down to the police station and they made me drive around for 45 minutes in the police car with them looking for my car like it was a lost dog. Finally almost 4 hours after I initially reported it stolen to them they got around to letting me fill out a police report. When I went to pick up the police report they asked me “So did you find your car yet?” They even laughed and said they never heard of anyone stealing a Hyundai. When someone broke into our building my neighbor asked what we should do and the response was “move out of Hoboken immediately” followed by laughter from the cops. They kept insisting it wasn’t a big deal. I provided them photos and video of the suspect from our CCTV camera but they still insisted it was just “criminal mischief.” So please tell me how they acted professional in any of these circumstances? [quote comment=”222132″]I have always found the local police effective and courteous. I don’t gather where you support your assertion that the cops are unprofessional. I have had the police handle enforcement that the City itself skirts or outright turns a blind eye. No that is an example of the city being not unprofessional, but incompetent and even discriminatory in… Read more »
HomeTeam
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HomeTeam
As I have learned over twenty some years here, Hoboken cops are not paid to prevent or stop crime, they are paid to try by any means necessary to prevent you from filing a report of a crime and resort to ridicule and intimidation. They just like to sit in Loucabrasis and eat their “comped” sandwiches while their cars sit blocking crosswalks. My favorite is when a couple of them decide to meet there for lunch(assuming they discuss the boats they will buy with their undeserved fat pension payments) and all of the crosswalks are blocked.[quote comment=”222169″]I guess you’ve been lucky… My car was stolen and when I called the police they actually hung up on me after saying it a “missing car” not a “stolen car.” So then I went down to the police station and they made me drive around for 45 minutes in the police car with them looking for my car like it was a lost dog. Finally almost 4 hours after I initially reported it stolen to them they got around to letting me fill out a police report. When I went to pick up the police report they asked me “So did you find your car yet?” They even laughed and said they never heard of anyone stealing a Hyundai.When someone broke into our building my neighbor asked what we should do and the response was “move out of Hoboken immediately” followed by laughter from the cops. They kept insisting it wasn’t a big… Read more »
rational
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rational

HPU doesn’t work during the middle of the night, correct? [quote comment=”222126″]Hiring more cops won’t accomplish anything, if they act as unprofessional as the ones we already have.In a city as small as Hoboken and with so few entry and exit points, crime prevention/solving should be so much easier. More CCTV cameras and install license plate readers at the borders and this sort of crime is going to vanish quickly.Also, how is it that the HPU people driving around all the time will get you if you’re parked 2 minutes more than you’re allowed but can’t notice things like this happening?[/quote]

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