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HEROES: Secaucus Officers Revive Unresponsive Man HEROES: Secaucus Officers Revive Unresponsive Man
Heroes: Secaucus Officers Revive Unresponsive Man Two heroes in blue revived a man who'd stopped breathing. Secaucus Police Officer Michael Borrelli immediately began CPR when he and Officer Austin C. Hawxhurst arrived and found the unresponsive victim at the Harmon Cove Towers earlier this month, Police Chief Dennis Miller said. Hawxhurst administered a first shock from a defibrillator as he and Borelli continued CPR while awaiting EMTs from nearby Hudson Regional Hospital and paramedics from Jersey City Medical Center, the chief said. A second shock helped get a pulse going, Miller said.  The man then regained consciousness and wa…
Baby Boy Rushed To Hospital After Eating Cannabis Gummy At Hotel Off Route 3 Baby Boy Rushed To Hospital After Eating Cannabis Gummy At Hotel Off Route 3
Baby Boy Rushed To Hospital After Eating Cannabis Gummy At Hotel Off Route 3 A 1-year-old child was reported to be alert and responsive after eating a cannabis gummy at a hotel just off Route 3 where authorities said his teen mother and her adult boyfriend were staying. Secaucus police were called after the infant apparently lost consciousness at the Extended Stay America on Meadowlands Parkway around mid-morning on Thursday, Jan. 18, responders said. The infant was rushed to nearby Hudson Regional Hospital before being transferred to Hackensack University Medical Center, Secaucus Police Chief Dennis Miller said. The child's 17-year-old mother was detained and issu…
Unresponsive Man At New Jersey LA Fitness Revived By Officers, Bystander: Secaucus PD Unresponsive Man At New Jersey LA Fitness Revived By Officers, Bystander: Secaucus PD
Unresponsive Man At New Jersey LA Fitness Revived By Officers, Bystander: Secaucus PD A quick-thinking bystander and three Secaucus police officers helped save a life at LA Fitness on Saturday, Dec. 16, police said. At 10:03 a.m., police responded to LA Fitness at 485 Harmon Meadow Boulevard on a report of an unresponsive male, who was not breathing, Secaucus Police Chief Dennis Miller said.  Juan Germosen, a bystander, began performing CPR, Miller said. Police officer Christopher Boyko took over CPR and was assisted by officer Jonathan Padron, Miller said. While performing CPR, officer Justin Pardo utilized a defibrillator and administered two shocks to the man, and a…
Blazing Out-Of-State Trespasser Ignites Trailer Fire Near Meadowlands: Carlstadt PD Blazing Out-Of-State Trespasser Ignites Trailer Fire Near Meadowlands: Carlstadt PD
Blazing Out-Of-State Trespasser Ignites Trailer Fire Near Meadowlands: Carlstadt PD An out-of-state man ignited a fire while smoking pot in a trailer off Route 120 in Carlstadt, authorities said. Detective Sgt. Mark Wong was headed north on the highway when he saw smoke coming from the roof of the trailer on the Home Improvement Team property less than a mile north of the Meadowlands shortly before 1 p.m. Friday, Dec. 22. The sergeant also saw a man tipping away wearing a backpack and holding some belongings in his hands, Police Chief Thomas Cox said. Officer Matthew Bartlett assisted Wong in detaining Joe Jacob Perez of Lowell, Massachusetts, while firefighters doused t…
Too Drunk MetLife Fan Punches Nurse After Being Taken To Hospital During Giants Game: Police Too Drunk MetLife Fan Punches Nurse After Being Taken To Hospital During Giants Game: Police
Too Drunk MetLife Fan Punches Nurse After Being Taken To Hospital During Giants Game: Police A 54-year-old Kinnelon resident was arrested for punching a nurse after he was taken to a hospital during the Giants game on Sunday, Nov. 26, police said. Todd Lent, clearly not thrilled at having to watch the 2-8 New England Patriots face the 3-8 New York Giants at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, had to be taken to Hudson Regional Hospital because he was so intoxicated, Secaucus police said. Lent didn't even make it to halftime before he had to leave the game.  While a nurse was attempting to treat him in the emergency room, Lent punched her on the left side of her face with a clo…
Upstairs Neighbor Killed In Secaucus Apartment Fire (UPDATE) Upstairs Neighbor Killed In Secaucus Apartment Fire (UPDATE)
Upstairs Neighbor Killed In Secaucus Apartment Fire (Update) A 72-year-old man died in a Secaucus fire late Sunday, Jan. 15, authorities said. John Meisenburg was found inside of a third floor unit after a fire broke out in a second floor unit at caround 11:50 p.m., Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez said. Meisenburg was taken to Hudson Regional Hospital where he was pronounced dead at 2:52 a.m., Monday, Jan. 16. A preliminary investigation by the Hudson County Regional Arson Task Force found that while the fire originated in a second floor unit, Meisenburg's third floor unit suffered heavy smoke damage. The fire does not appear to be suspi…
UPDATE: Back-To-Back Route 3 Crashes Send Three To Hospital UPDATE: Back-To-Back Route 3 Crashes Send Three To Hospital
Update: Back-To-Back Route 3 Crashes Send Three To Hospital Back-to-back crashes on eastbound Route 3 -- one of them a hit-and-run -- sent three people to the hospital, none with serious injuries, authorities said. It began, East Rutherford Police Chief D. Rivelli said, when a 2020 GMC stopped behind a disabled 2017 Acura RDX at the Berry's Creek bridge at 9:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 7. The GMC was struck from behind by a 2003 Honda Accord, pushing it into the Acura, the chief said. Officers were tending to the victims of that crash when the driver of a 2010 Toyota Prius swerved to avoid the scene and was rear-ended by an unknown vehicle tha…
Hudson Regional Hospital Fined $63K After Worker's Weapons Cache Found In Closet: Officials Hudson Regional Hospital Fined $63K After Worker's Weapons Cache Found In Closet: Officials
Hudson Regional Hospital Fined $63K After Worker's Weapons Cache Found In Closet: Officials Months after police found an executive had stockpiled dozens of guns in his office closet, state officials are fining Hudson Regional Hospital $63,000 for failing to keep a "safe environment."  As Daily Voice has previously reported, Secaucus police were called to the hospital on July 18 after administrators received a bomb threat over the phone.  While sweeping the building for explosives with K9 units, investigators found a trove of ammunition and nearly 40 firearms in the locked office of hospital marketing director Reuven Alonalayoff. Alonalayoff was charged with multipl…
Hospital Marketing Director's 38 Firearms, Loaded Mag Uncovered During Bomb Threat Hoax: PD Hospital Marketing Director's 38 Firearms, Loaded Mag Uncovered During Bomb Threat Hoax: PD
Hospital Marketing Director's 38 Firearms, Loaded Mag Uncovered During Bomb Threat Hoax: PD A Hudson County hospital's marketing director's stash of 38 firearms and a loaded magazine was uncovered in an unlocked closet during a sweep prompted by a bomb threat last month, authorities said. Reuven Alonalayoff's trove was at Hudson Regional Hospital was discovered when the bogus threat was called into Hudson Regional Hospital at 3:10 p.m. July 18, Secaucus Police Chief Dennis Miller said. Canines from the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office helped to sniff out eleven 11 handguns, 27 rifles/shotguns, and a Kriss Vector .45 caliber semi-automatic rifle with a high-capacity ma…
Man Critically Burned In Secaucus Fire Man Critically Burned In Secaucus Fire
Man Critically Burned In Secaucus Fire A 56-year-old man was left critically burned in a Secaucus high-rise fire Friday, April 8, authorities said. Multiple smoke detector notifications brought police and firefighters to The Elms on Fifth Street around 2:35 p.m., where heavy smoke was coming from unit 406, Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez said. The 56-year-old man inside the unit was found with life-threatening injuries. He was transported to Hudson Regional Hospital and then transferred to the West Chester Medical Center Burn Unit where he remains in critical condition. The fire was contained to the single unit and …
HEROES: Officers Revive Man At NJ Shooting Range HEROES: Officers Revive Man At NJ Shooting Range
Heroes: Officers Revive Man At NJ Shooting Range Three North Jersey officers are being hailed as heroes for performing life-saving measures on a man at a local gun range. Secaucus officer Philip Caruso found the 59-year-old victim without a pulse and not breathing when he arrived at Long Shot Gun Range around 8:30 a.m. June 12, Chief Dennis Miller said. Caruso began CPR as officers Matthew Kirvin and Kristen Bronowich arrived, and assisted. The officers utilized their Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and administered two “shocks” to the victim. A pulse was found shortly thereafter by Hudson Regional Hospital EMT’s who also ar…
MEADOWLANDS RACETRACK MURDERS: Jersey City Man Tipped Off Shooters, Authorities Charge MEADOWLANDS RACETRACK MURDERS: Jersey City Man Tipped Off Shooters, Authorities Charge
Meadowlands Racetrack Murders: Jersey City Man Tipped Off Shooters, Authorities Charge A fourth Jersey City man has been charged with two counts of murder for arranging the shooting deaths of two young Paterson men outside the Meadowlands Racetrack last fall, authorities said Monday. Davon Womack, 23, is accused of tipping off the shooters that Davonte Scudder, 22, and Brian Astacio, 21, were in the parking lot of the East Rutherford complex the night of Oct. 25. Womack had “noticed the victims at the complex and then communicated with the co-defendants, who then traveled to the complex parking lot,” New Jersey State Police Col. Patrick J. Callahan and Bergen County Prosecut…
Baltimore Driver Pleads Guilty In Deadly Hudson County Hit-Run Baltimore Driver Pleads Guilty In Deadly Hudson County Hit-Run
Baltimore Driver Pleads Guilty In Deadly Hudson County Hit-Run A Baltimore man admitted guilt as part of a plea deal Thursday in the July 2020 hit-and-run crash that killed a 35-year-old woman in Hudson County, authorities said Friday. David Ceausu, 20, pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree knowingly leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death, and a motor vehicle summons for leaving the scene of an accident, before Superior Court Judge Paul M. DePascale, Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez said. Ceausu was behind the wheel of a 2020 Chevy Tahoe when he struck Reyna Huerta-Flores, of Union City, while she was walking home from work ne…
HEROES: Secaucus Police Officers Revive Woman, 75 HEROES: Secaucus Police Officers Revive Woman, 75
Heroes: Secaucus Police Officers Revive Woman, 75 Three Secaucus police officers came to the rescue of a 75-year-old woman having breathing problems, now recovering well at the hospital. Officers responding to a 9-1-1 call found the woman lying down and turning blue at a home at the 600 block of 9th Street around 6 p.m. Nov. 1, Chief Dennis Miller said. First on scene was Officer David Delseni, who performed "rescue breaths" on the victim. Her conditioned worsened, though, and she soon became unresponsive. The woman stopped breathing and Delseni couldn't find her pulse.  Officers Michael Borrelli and Matthew Kirvin arrived…
Racetrack Murders: Three Jersey City Men, Boy Charged With Slaying Early-20s Pair Racetrack Murders: Three Jersey City Men, Boy Charged With Slaying Early-20s Pair
Racetrack Murders: Three Jersey City Men, Boy Charged With Slaying Early-20s Pair UPDATE: Three Jersey City men and a 16-year-old boy were charged with two counts each of murder and more after two men were shot and killed Sunday night outside the Meadowlands Racetrack. A New Jersey State Police trooper was patrolling the complex when he heard gunshots in racetrack parking lot and saw three people run from the area and hop into an Audi SUV that sped off shortly before 9:30 p.m., authorities said Monday. The trooper radioed for backup and followed the vehicle, which had been reported stolen out of Tenafly, NJSP Col. Patrick J. Callahan and Bergen County Prosecuto…
Meadowlands Murders: Jersey City Trio Charged With Killing Two Outside Racetrack Meadowlands Murders: Jersey City Trio Charged With Killing Two Outside Racetrack
Meadowlands Murders: Jersey City Trio Charged With Killing Two Outside Racetrack UPDATE: Three Jersey City men and a 16-year-old boy were charged with two counts each of murder and more after two men were shot and killed Sunday night outside the Meadowlands Racetrack. A New Jersey State Police trooper was patrolling the complex when he heard gunshots in racetrack parking lot and saw three people run from the area and hop into an Audi SUV that sped off shortly before 9:30 p.m., authorities said Monday. The trooper radioed for backup and followed the vehicle, which had been reported stolen out of Tenafly, NJSP Col. Patrick J. Callahan and Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Mus…
Racetrack Murders: Three Jersey City Men, Boy Charged With Slaying Early-20s Pair Racetrack Murders: Three Jersey City Men, Boy Charged With Slaying Early-20s Pair
Racetrack Murders: Three Jersey City Men, Boy Charged With Slaying Early-20s Pair UPDATE: Three Jersey City men and a 16-year-old boy were charged with two counts each of murder and more after two men were shot and killed Sunday night outside the Meadowlands Racetrack. A New Jersey State Police trooper was patrolling the complex when he heard gunshots in racetrack parking lot and saw three people run from the area and hop into an Audi SUV that sped off shortly before 9:30 p.m., authorities said Monday. The trooper radioed for backup and followed the vehicle, which had been reported stolen out of Tenafly, NJSP Col. Patrick J. Callahan and Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Mus…
Authorities: NJ Hospital Guard Stole From 3 Patients Including Who Died Of Coronavirus Authorities: NJ Hospital Guard Stole From 3 Patients Including Who Died Of Coronavirus
Authorities: NJ Hospital Guard Stole From 3 Patients Including Who Died Of Coronavirus A security guard at a Hudson County hospital stole thousands of dollars worth of valuables and cash from three patients -- one who died of COVID-19, authorities charged. Danny Rivera, of Jersey City, took more than $500 in cash and $20,000 in jewelry on April 28, May 29 and July 15 from Hudson Regional Hospital patients, Secaucus Police Chief Dennis Miller said. All three patients had their money and valuables stores in a secure hospital safe that Rivera, 40, had access to, Miller said. Rivera, 40, was charged July 22 with three counts of theft and one count of unlawful possession of …
UPDATE: Pickup Driver Wanted In Fatal Hudson County Hit-Run Turns Himself In UPDATE: Pickup Driver Wanted In Fatal Hudson County Hit-Run Turns Himself In
Update: Pickup Driver Wanted In Fatal Hudson County Hit-Run Turns Himself In The 19-year-old driver wanted in a hit-and-run that killed a 35-year-old woman turned himself in after 10 days at large, authorities said Thursday. A warrant for the arrest of David Ceausu, 19, of Baltimore, on charges of leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death was issued after the Secaucus crash July 6, Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez said. Ceausu was behind the wheel of a 2020 Chevy Tahoe when he struck Reyna Huerta-Flores, of Union City, while she was walking home from work in the area of Route 3 Service Road -- located in front of 850 Paterson Plank Road&nbs…
UPDATE: Driver Charged In Fatal Secaucus Hit-Run In Custody UPDATE: Driver Charged In Fatal Secaucus Hit-Run In Custody
Update: Driver Charged In Fatal Secaucus Hit-Run In Custody The 19-year-old driver wanted in a hit-and-run that killed a 35-year-old woman turned himself in after 10 days at large, authorities said Thursday. A warrant for the arrest of David Ceausu, 19, of Baltimore, on charges of leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death was issued after the Secaucus crash July 6, Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez said. Ceausu was behind the wheel of a 2020 Chevy Tahoe when he struck Reyna Huerta-Flores, of Union City, while she was walking home from work in the area of Route 3 Service Road -- located in front of 850 Paterson Plank Road -- around 7:3…
COVID-19: Here's Where You Can Get Tested In North Jersey COVID-19: Here's Where You Can Get Tested In North Jersey
Covid-19: Here's Where You Can Get Tested In North Jersey As expected, the number of coronavirus cases has increased with the opening of testing sites across New Jersey. And that number is only going to increase, Gov. Phil Murphy said. "As the testing regime expands, we’re going to see these numbers go up in a big way," he said. "We are getting a clearer and better sense of how far the coronavirus has already spread.” Here's a list of coronavirus testing sites in New Jersey: Officials are urging New Jersey residents to keep these testing sites open to those who need it saying that if you feel okay, stay home and rest.  You'll need state ID…
NJ Considering Prescription-Only Coronavirus Testing NJ Considering Prescription-Only Coronavirus Testing
NJ Considering Prescription-Only Coronavirus Testing Mass coronavirus testing in New Jersey could soon change, officials say. Because of limited staff, supplies and long lines, New Jersey could soon switch to targeted testing -- something New York is already doing, Gov. Phil Murphy said. That means not every person who is a suspected case will get tested, as medical testing supplies and staff must be preserved. "We are going to come to a moment sooner than later I would guess between resources and manpower dedicated to testing verses resources and manpower dedicated to care.," Murphy said. "And that's a balance we're going to have to ge…
COVID-19: How To Schedule Appointment At New Hudson County Testing Center COVID-19: How To Schedule Appointment At New Hudson County Testing Center
Covid-19: How To Schedule Appointment At New Hudson County Testing Center A coronavirus testing center will be opening this week in Secaucus, officials said. The center will open at Hudson Regional Hospital on Tuesday, Hudson County Executive Tom DeGise said. The new center will by-appointment only. Appointments can be scheduled starting Monday at noon by calling 201-388-1097. The Secaucus Police Department and the County of Hudson have allocated additional staff to assist in the center's operation.
Assailant Hits Woman In Head With Can At MetLife College Football Game Assailant Hits Woman In Head With Can At MetLife College Football Game
Assailant Hits Woman In Head With Can At MetLife College Football Game A woman was hospitalized after being hit in the head with an aluminum can thrown by someone Saturday in the parking lot outside MetLife Stadium. State police were searching for the person responsible while an EMS unit treated the 23-year-old victim before taking her to Hudson Regional Hospital in Secaucus around 1 p.m., NJSP Trooper Alejandro Goez said. Her injuries weren't considered serious, he said. The assault occurred outside the 61st annual Division III rivalry match known as the Cortaca Jug between the SUNY Cortland Red Dragons (8-1) and the Ithaca College Bombers (7-2). Once dubbe…
Lyndhurst PD: Ecstasy-Fueled Elmwood Park Man With Claw Hammer Arrested After Rampage Lyndhurst PD: Ecstasy-Fueled Elmwood Park Man With Claw Hammer Arrested After Rampage
Lyndhurst PD: Ecstasy-Fueled Elmwood Park Man With Claw Hammer Arrested After Rampage An Elmwood Park man high on Ecstasy damaged several cars with a claw hammer before walking into a Lyndhurst hotel, snatching a cellphone from a desk clerk's hand and fleeing, said police who arrested him before dawn Wednesday. Pablo Perez, 41, who'd rented a room at a neighboring hotel, was taken into custody without incident by Lt. Anthony Ricigliano and Officers Matt Giunta and Anthony Calabro in the area of Orient Way and Rutherford avenues shortly after 3 a.m., authorities said. Officers were responding to a report of a loud disturbance in the area when a 911 call came in from the Court…