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Hoboken Police Blotter: Leprecon 2014

Hoboken Leprecon 2014 Crime and Fire Action Blotter

It came. It went. Hoboken Leprecon demonstrated what happens when people gather to drink en masse. See all the drunken incidents below! (Note – all incidents are to be considered “alleged” and were just reported as they were transmitted over the police airwaves.)

Hoboken Nj Police Fire Action LepreCon St Patricks 2013

Click to see Hoboken Lepre-Con Rap Sheet!…

Hoboken Police and Fire Action: 9/14/2013

Hoboken crime and fire action: September 14, 2013

Hoboken Police and Fire Action Blotter 2013 Saturday

An ongoing list of various noteworthy incidents, crimes and fire-calls for Saturday night, September 14, 2013.

Crimes, Incidents, Fire Calls & Vehicular mishaps

  • 12:15am 9/15/2013: “Drunk dude passed out between two cars at 1st & Garden.(What a loving feeling!)
  • 11:53pm: “Man down near 4th & Adams.” (John Adams would not be pleased with the bad rap his street is getting tonight…)
  • 11:48pm: “Female being assaulted at 4th & Grand.(See – I cannot imagine why, but I’m sure the assailant probably has a reason…)
  • 11:30pm: “Motorcyclist gets off bike and punched female in face at 13th & Washington.” (She must have given him really dirty looks! Wow!)
  • 10:50pm: Drunk refuses to leave Starbucks downtown. (Muther F’in CAFFEINE ADDICT! Haha!)
  • 10:35pm: “Parked car struck in midtown garage near Hospital.” (I bet it was one of those guys with a coveted BMW 330i who thought he’d be safe in a garage. Whaa Wahhh.)
  • 10:18pm: Boyfriend / girlfriend fight at 310 Marshall Drive. (Had to be about politics, right?)
  • 10:05pm: Fight in front of Rita’s Ice – 121 Washington Street. (Guess they got mad over which “fruity” flavor they’d eat? Wow!)
  • 7:15pm: “Disoriented drunk in lobby at 300 Adams Street.” (His drink will be featured on next week’s Hoboken Happy Hours! Whoo Hoo!)
  • 7:10pm: “Drunk won’t leave Texas Arizona.” (Guess the wings and restrooms rocked. Better than being at his own home!)
  • 7:00pm: Cops said a man was bitten by a PYTHON near 1st & Court Streets. (What a shitty pet! A girl won’t even help suck out the venom. Burn!)
  • 6:00pm: “Shots fired” up in Jersey City Heights. Cops said the suspects ran towards Hoboken. (Probably to re-fill their bullets!)

More to come later…

Hoboken Police Blotter: Leprecon 2013

Hoboken Police Blotter for LepreCon 2013

Click below to see the lengthy play-by-play police blotter for Hoboken Leprecon 2013!

Hoboken Nj Police Fire Action LepreCon St Patricks 2013

Show the Hoboken Leprecon 2013 Police Blotter…

Fire near Hoboken Sunoco

Hoboken Fire near 13th & Willow (or Park)

At 9:30pm tonight Hoboken Fire Department was dispatched to the area of 13th & Willow with reports of a fire. At first they though the Sunoco Gas station was on fire – but now they think the warehouse building at 1302 or 1304 Park Ave. may be the one on fire.

Listen to the action live on the Hoboken411 Live Police and Fire Action Channel.

Hoboken Fire 13th Willow Sunoco

Hoboken wrestling coach caught masturbating

Hoboken wrestling coach caught masturbating at Hackensack HS

Hoboken PAL wrestling coach caught masturbating at Hackensack HS (via Cliffview Pilot)

ANOTHER CVP SCOOP: The head of the Hoboken PAL Youth Wrestling program was arrested by Hackensack police who caught him masturbating in the hallway of Hackensack High School during a tournament. A city officer reviewing hallway surveillance video saw clear images of 28-year-old Brandon Kinney expose…

Jeez Louise – not a brilliant move on Brandon Kinney’s part, that’s for sure.

But the question here is what is worse?

  1. Exposing yourself in public because you can’t wait until you’re in your own private home?
  2. The fact that we have video surveillance almost everywhere?

Hoboken car theft & chase

Crazy Hoboken car theft leads to arrest and damage

Hoboken car theft suspect arrested Audi A4This afternoon around 1pm a nutty Hoboken car theft led to a wild and dangerous chase through the city streets.

A person living near 13th St. & Park Ave. was returning from an errand and decided to double park illegally park the car close to an intersection while they ran inside.

They left the car running. An opportunistic car thief (Hispanic male) decided to take advantage of the situation and drive off with the car. When the victim returned outside, they noticed the car was gone and phoned police.

Hoboken Police quickly tracked the stolen Audi A4 station wagon and stopped it at 1st & Adams Streets. The cunning thief decided to pull away once the officer exited the vehicle and a multi-unit car chase ensued.

The driver headed northbound on Adams Street, striking four or five cars, including another driver at 8th & Adams before finally careening into a telephone pole. He also struck a DOG at 3rd & Adams. Luckily for the dog, he only had a broken leg, and will be OK. The dog was transported to the Hoboken Animal Infirmary at 6th & Adams.

He exited the vehicle, and a foot chase led the perpetrator and police to Columbus Park, where the suspect was outnumbered and finally apprehended.

Lessons learned from Hoboken Car Theft on February 21, 2013

Every story has morals – and I can find at least three very obvious lessons to be learned:

  1. Hoboken cops are good. So if you’re a car thief, perhaps you should pick other cities if you don’t want to pad your criminal record even further. However…
  2. LAZINESS aids and abets CRIME. Just like the idiots that leave their GPS units in plain sight, leaving your fancy car running is even more idiotic. I can bet the victim was one of those optimistic delusional Hoboken people that think “It can’t happen, because this is Hoboken!” I think the “victim” ought to apologize to the unintended victims who had their dogs hurt and property wrecked. Imagine someone died because of this? Get your head out of your ass, and be more responsible.
  3. Lastly – if any person, even a criminal, cannot handle a precision-engineered German vehicle like an Audi on one of the widest back streets in Hoboken, they got a problem. The car practically drives itself. Either use some of your stolen money to invest in driving school, or consider turning in your drivers license and pick a different crime specialty. You’re a menace!

Still optimistic, Hoboken?