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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.

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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!

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Andrew Jarzyk missing person from Hoboken, NJ


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.

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Wednesday, April 30, 2014 6:56 am

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

joey maxim
joey maxim
Reply to  whineanddineinhob
Wednesday, April 30, 2014 1:12 pm

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]

Mrs. L
Mrs. L
Tuesday, April 29, 2014 6:39 pm

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

Friday, April 4, 2014 10:28 pm

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.

Friday, April 4, 2014 9:46 pm

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

Reply to  animal_lover
Thursday, April 17, 2014 8:49 pm

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]

Friday, April 4, 2014 1:23 pm

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.

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