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Daredevil Street Racer Who Taunted Cops Arrested In North Jersey Burglary Spree, Police Say Daredevil Street Racer Who Taunted Cops Arrested In North Jersey Burglary Spree, Police Say
Daredevil Street Racer Who Taunted Cops Arrested In North Jersey Burglary Spree, Police Say A 19-year-old man who made headlines in May for taunting Newark police in viral videos is among three people who have been arrested in a string of burglaries across North Jersey, police said. New York City resident Anthony Ginestri, of Queens, who is known as Squeeze.Benz on social media, and a 16-year-old boy were identified as Fairfield Police Detective Rick Alves as two of the three suspects in the cases, the first of which happened on Feb. 6 at a Speedway Gas Station on Route 46 East, Fairfield, NJ police said. Police were called to the gas station just before 2 a.m., where a grey SUV w…
Three Teens Arrested After Stolen Vehicle Pursuit In Secaucus: Police Three Teens Arrested After Stolen Vehicle Pursuit In Secaucus: Police
Three Teens Arrested After Stolen Vehicle Pursuit In Secaucus: Police Three teenagers were arrested on this week after stealing a vehicle and leading police on a pursuit last month in Secaucus, authorities said. On Sunday, June 16, at 4:57 a.m., police spotted a teen breaking into an Audi Q5 and Jeep Wrangler, parked at a residence on the 600 block of 4th Street, Secaucus Police Chief Dennis Miller said. The teen ran toward an awaiting Kia Sportage, filled with occupants wearing ski masks, and flee the area, Miller said. The Kia Sportage was stolen out of Jersey City on Wednesday, June 12 and police attempted to stop the vehicle, Miller said. The vehicle…
Secaucus Native, Husband Killed By Pickup Truck In Florida Secaucus Native, Husband Killed By Pickup Truck In Florida
Secaucus Native, Husband Killed By Pickup Truck In Florida Monica Hong  a 40-year-old Secaucus native, was killed along with her husband on Saturday, July 6, after they were struck by a vehicle while crossing a street in Florida, authorities said. At 10:10 p.m., Hong and her husband, Ben Steigner were crossing U.S. Highway 98 when they were fatally struck by a Toyota Tacoma traveling westbound in Franklin County, the Florida Highway Patrol said. It is with much sadness that we learn of the deaths of Ben Steigner and Monica Hong. They were a blessing to me and to... Posted by Jeff Oakes on Tuesday, July 9, 2024 Born in South Korea, Hon…
Jersey City Teens In Stolen Vehicle Ram Into Cop Car, 3rd Bails In Secaucus Police Vehicle Jersey City Teens In Stolen Vehicle Ram Into Cop Car, 3rd Bails In Secaucus Police Vehicle
Jersey City Teens In Stolen Vehicle Ram Into Cop Car, 3rd Bails In Secaucus Police Vehicle Two Jersey City teens were apprehended and one remains at large after being pursued by police while driving a stolen vehicle in Secaucus on the early morning of Monday, July 8, authorities said. At 2:42 a.m., police spotted a 2018 Jeep Wrangler that had been stolen from Jersey City last month at a gas station on Route 3, Secaucus Police Chief Dennis Miller said. When police converged on the stolen car, the driver, a 15-year-old, intentionally rammed two occupied Secaucus police vehicles, injuring one officer, Miller said. The driver and two passengers fled the scene on foot, Miller said. On…
Two Men Impersonated Cops In Gunpoint Robbery At Secaucus Hotel, Police Say Two Men Impersonated Cops In Gunpoint Robbery At Secaucus Hotel, Police Say
Two Men Impersonated Cops In Gunpoint Robbery At Secaucus Hotel, Police Say Two Newark residents were recently arrested and charged with robbing people at gunpoint at the Meadowlands Plaza Hotel in Secaucus in February, authorities said. At 4:22 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 8, Christopher Herrera, 30 and Rikelvin DeLeon Diaz, 33, forced their way into the victims hotel room while claiming to be police officers, Secaucus police said. But they weren't real cops, they were fake cops. One of the men pulled out a handgun and threatened to pistol whip one of the victims before both men fled from the scene. Herrera was arrested at his job in Clifton on Thursday, June 27. DeLeon…
NJ Transit, Amtrak Service Resumes After Power Outage, Brush Fire NJ Transit, Amtrak Service Resumes After Power Outage, Brush Fire
NJ Transit, Amtrak Service Resumes After Power Outage, Brush Fire Service to NJ Transit and Amtrak trains was disrupted for the second time this week on Thursday, June 20 due to both power issues and brush fires along the NJ Turnpike, officials said. Amtrak service between Philadelphia and New Haven had been suspended while NJ Transit service in and out of NY Penn Station was also suspended, due to power issues on the Amtrak line, NJ Transit said. Service had resumed as of 10 p.m. with serious delays. A brush fire in Secaucus was compounding the issue as it was impacting wire repairs. NJ Transit service was also disrupted Tuesday morning, June 18, leavin…
Undercover Sting Leads To Prostitution Arrest At Hudson County Go-Go Bar With Unsavory History Undercover Sting Leads To Prostitution Arrest At Hudson County Go-Go Bar With Unsavory History
Undercover Sting Leads To Prostitution Arrest At Hudson County Go-Go Bar With Unsavory History A 36-year-old Belleville woman has been arrested after she offered an undercover officer sexual favors in exchange for money at a popular Secaucus go-go bar, police said. Acting on a tip that prostitution was still an ongoing issue at AJ’s Go-Go Bar on Secaucus Road, Secaucus police officers were sent to the establishment — undercover, Chief Dennis Miller said. Sure enough, Dilcia Nunez Gomez offered one officer sexual favors in exchange for money, Miller said. She was charged with engaging in prostitution and promoting prostitution. In April 2021, multiple AJ's employees were arreste…
Violent Robber Who Preyed On Prostitutes At Secaucus Hotels Captured, Police Say Violent Robber Who Preyed On Prostitutes At Secaucus Hotels Captured, Police Say
Violent Robber Who Preyed On Prostitutes At Secaucus Hotels Captured, Police Say One of two men who forced their way into motel rooms and robbed prostitutes and their customers in Secaucus was seized by police, authorities announced Friday. Kendall Smith, 32, of Jersey City and a second man committed at least three violent robberies beginning May 17 at the La Quinta Hotel, Secaucus Police Chief Dennis Miller said. Smith and his companion “forced their way into the victims’ hotel room while brandishing knives,” the chief said. “After a struggle, the suspects fled the area with some of the victims’ money, personal belongings and documents.” Two weeks later, they did the …
Soccer Player Jailed After Threatening Rival With Gun After Game In Secaucus, Police Say Soccer Player Jailed After Threatening Rival With Gun After Game In Secaucus, Police Say
Soccer Player Jailed After Threatening Rival With Gun After Game In Secaucus, Police Say A Jersey City man has been arrested after pointing a handgun at a rival soccer player after both were ejected from a game in Secaucus over the weekend, police said. Reda Benyamin, 34, and the player on an opposing team began arguing during the game at Shetik Field on County Avenue on May 2, Secaucus Police Chief Dennis Miller said. Both players were ejected and went to their cars to leave after the game. While stopped at a light on Jefferson and County Avenue, Benyamin pulled up next to the player's car and threatened him with a black handgun, police said. Both then left the area. Benyamin…
Washington State Driver Who Collected 13 Pounds Of Fentanyl At Secaucus Warehouse Pleads Out Washington State Driver Who Collected 13 Pounds Of Fentanyl At Secaucus Warehouse Pleads Out
Washington State Driver Who Collected 13 Pounds Of Fentanyl At Secaucus Warehouse Pleads Out An out-of-state man admitted collecting 13 pounds of fentanyl at a warehouse in Secaucus, authorities said. Unidentified individuals loaded boxes filled with powder and more than 20,000 pills containing fentanyl into a vehicle driven by Jose Luis Pineda Torres, 48, of Washington State on Feb. 15, 2023, U.S. Attorney for New Jersey Philip R. Sellinger said. DEA agents subsequently charged Torres with possessing fentanyl for sale. Torres took a deal from the government, pleading guilty to the charge in U.S. District Court in Newark. Sentencing was scheduled for Oct. 29. Sellinger cred…
61-Year-Old Cocaine Dealer Arrested In Traffic Stop, Secaucus Police Say (DETAILS) 61-Year-Old Cocaine Dealer Arrested In Traffic Stop, Secaucus Police Say (DETAILS)
61-Year-Old Cocaine Dealer Arrested In Traffic Stop, Secaucus Police Say (Details) A 61-year-old cocaine dealer was arrested in a New Jersey traffic stop after failing to use her turn signal, authorities said. Josephine Dimoplon became the center of an investigation with the Secaucus Police Department in early May, when a concerned citizen tipped them off to her alleged drug-dealing activities, Chief Dennis Miller said. On May 17, at 7:46 p.m., Dimoplon was stopped by the department's anti-crime unit for failing to use her turn signal, according to Miller. Sure enough, she was found in possession of cocaine and arrested, the chief said. Secaucus Police K-9 Unit, Police O…
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…
Concerned Citizen Leads Secaucus Police To Stolen Jeep At Walmart Concerned Citizen Leads Secaucus Police To Stolen Jeep At Walmart
Concerned Citizen Leads Secaucus Police To Stolen Jeep At Walmart A concerned citizen’s call led Secaucus police to a Jersey City man with a stolen Jeep in the Walmart parking lot, authorities said. Detectives from the department’s Anti-Crime Unit took Brian Gilliam, 40, into custody after finding him going in and out of the 2019 Jeep Wrangler, Police Chief Dennis Miller said. The vehicle had been reported stolen out of New York earlier this month, the chief said. Gilliam was charged with receiving a stolen motor vehicle, given a court date and released. “The arrest is a testament that when the police and public collaboratively work together, we can c…
NEWLY MINTED MILLIONAIRE! Secaucus Lotto Player Wins $1,000,000 NEWLY MINTED MILLIONAIRE! Secaucus Lotto Player Wins $1,000,000
Newly Minted Millionaire! Secaucus Lotto Player Wins $1,000,000 A lottery player in Secaucus became a member of the millionaire's club on Saturday, April 27. Their Powerball ticket matched five of the five white balls in the Saturday drawing winning $1,000,000. The ticket was sold at Te Amo at 1299 Paterson Plank. TRENTON (April 29, 2024) – One New Jersey Lottery ticket matched five of the five white balls drawn for the Saturday, April 27, drawing winning the $1,000,000 second-tier prize. The ticket was sold at Mirali Corporation, 1299 Paterson Plank, Secaucus in Hudson County. The winning numbers were: 09, 30, 53, 55 and 62. The Red Power Ball number …
Driver Who Fled Cops At 100 MPH Captured In Secaucus Hotel: Fairfield PD Driver Who Fled Cops At 100 MPH Captured In Secaucus Hotel: Fairfield PD
Driver Who Fled Cops At 100 MPH Captured In Secaucus Hotel: Fairfield PD A 25-year-old Fairfield man was arrested and charged over the weekend after leading police on a 100 miles per hour pursuit, authorities said. Police originally attempted to stop Deyah Shaabneh on Wednesday, April 24, when officers saw his vehicle had a fake license plate, Fairfield police said. Shaabneh failed to stop and instead, sped down Sand Road going 100 mph, police said. Officers did not pursue him out of concern for public safety, police said. Officers were able to identify Shaabneh using assistance from police in East Hanover and East Brunswick Police Departments, law enforcement s…
Venezuelan Immigrant Builds Dream Life Photographing Dream Homes In New Jersey Venezuelan Immigrant Builds Dream Life Photographing Dream Homes In New Jersey
Venezuelan Immigrant Builds Dream Life Photographing Dream Homes In New Jersey Finding a better life in the U.S. was not a guarantee for Edwing Hernandez when he immigrated with his wife from Venezuela in 2012. But it was a possibility. He had $3,000 in his pocket, and a simple dream. "For me at that moment, [my dream] was to be in a safe country with freedom of speech and be able to live and have my basic needs covered," said Hernandez, 34, of Union City. For years, Hernandez worked physically-demanding jobs and long hours, sometimes 14 a day, commuting two hours to and from work, for only $8 an hour. Life would get a whole lot harder before it would get easier fo…
Route 3 Pileup: Trio Survives Wrong-Way DWI Crash, But Second Collision Injures 6 Route 3 Pileup: Trio Survives Wrong-Way DWI Crash, But Second Collision Injures 6
Route 3 Pileup: Trio Survives Wrong-Way DWI Crash, But Second Collision Injures 6 A pair of overnight chain-reaction crashes on Route 3 began when a suspended drunk driver heading west in the eastbound lanes slammed head-on into another vehicle, authorities said. It ended with a police car and a private vehicle being struck by another car moments later, sending six people to the hospital. It was shortly before 3:30 a.m. Sunday, April 7, when a 2022 Toyota Highlander being driven the wrong way collided with a 2019 Nissan Rogue on eastbound Route 3 near Route 120, East Rutherford Police Capt. Jeff Yannacone said. The driver of the Rogue, a 23-year-old Secaucus man, d…
Newark Teen, Grandmother Busted: Guns, Ammo Seized After Secaucus Car Burglary Arrest Newark Teen, Grandmother Busted: Guns, Ammo Seized After Secaucus Car Burglary Arrest
Newark Teen, Grandmother Busted: Guns, Ammo Seized After Secaucus Car Burglary Arrest Police who nabbed a Newark teen for a car burglary in Secaucus ended up seizing both him and his grandmother after finding three handguns and 400 rounds of ammunition at their home, authorities said. Secaucus police originally charged Malahki E. Issac, 18, with burglary and theft for the vehicle break-in and released him last month. A deeper dive by members of the department’s Anti-Crime Unit led them to even more serious offenses, Police Chief Dennis Miller said. After obtaining an arrest warrant, the detectives scoop up Isaac on Springfield Avenue in Newark on Thursday, April 4. Members…
Secaucus Couple Scammed Victims Out Of $2.2M In 'Publishers Clearing House Lottery' Scheme: PD Secaucus Couple Scammed Victims Out Of $2.2M In 'Publishers Clearing House Lottery' Scheme: PD
Secaucus Couple Scammed Victims Out Of $2.2M In 'Publishers Clearing House Lottery' Scheme: PD A couple from Secaucus is facing a litany of charges after scamming residents in multiple states out of more nearly $2.2 million, police said. Akeem Lee and Majda Hodzic-Lee called victims in Florida, Minnesota, Arizona, Kansas, Massachusetts, Kentucky, Colorado, Pennsylvania and Nebraska, saying they'd won the "Publishers Clearing House Lottery," Secaucus Police Chief Dennis Miller said. In exchange for the vehicles and large sums of money the victims were told they won, they were required by Lee and Hodzic-Lee to send cash, money orders and/or gift cards for taxes, fees and IRS …
Flooding Shuts Route 3 In Secaucus, Other Roadways Across New Jersey Flooding Shuts Route 3 In Secaucus, Other Roadways Across New Jersey
Flooding Shuts Route 3 In Secaucus, Other Roadways Across New Jersey Flooding and heavy rain closed roads across New Jersey Saturday, March 23. According to the National Weather Service, the heaviest part of the storm may have passed. The flooding, however, has not. In Hasbrouck Heights, where Route 17 was closed, police pulled multiple drivers from their vehicles, Chief Rinke said. Members spent the past several hours rescuing over 20 trapped motorists from their vehicles in Heights and throughout Teterboro. Please avoid all flooded areas and do not attempt to drive through them. Posted by Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department on Saturday, March 23, …
Clifton Man Once Busted With Anatomically Correct Child Sex Doll Nabbed For Kid Porn: Sheriff Clifton Man Once Busted With Anatomically Correct Child Sex Doll Nabbed For Kid Porn: Sheriff
Clifton Man Once Busted With Anatomically Correct Child Sex Doll Nabbed For Kid Porn: Sheriff A Clifton resident who was once busted with what authorities said was an anatomically correct child sex doll was caught collecting porn videos featuring victims from four to 12 years old, authorities charged. Miguel A. Guevara, 32, who works as a supervisor for a package delivery company in Secaucus, has been on lifetime parole the past four years, Acting Passaic County Sheriff Gary Giardina said. He showed up again on investigators' radar about five months ago, Giardina said. That's when members of the sheriff's Internet Crime Against Children Task Force "found [that] sever…
WILD PURSUIT: Car Thief Pulled From Frigid Meadowlands Creek Is Violent Career Criminal WILD PURSUIT: Car Thief Pulled From Frigid Meadowlands Creek Is Violent Career Criminal
Wild Pursuit: Car Thief Pulled From Frigid Meadowlands Creek Is Violent Career Criminal UPDATE: A Union City man who jumped into a frigid Meadowlands creek during a dramatic police chase is an ex-con with nearly 50 arrests in no fewer than five North Jersey counties over the past 35 years. Career criminal Gregory Calvo, 53, is the very embodiment of the phrase “known to police.” He's been convicted nearly two dozen times in Bergen, Hudson, Passaic, Morris and Essex counties since 1989 – for offenses that include robbery, theft, burglary, drug dealing, domestic violence and aggravated assault -- and has been in and out of state prison and county jails since that time only to be…
‘KITTY FLIPPERS’: $500,000 Worth Of Dangerous Ecstasy/Ketamine Mix Seized In Hudson ‘KITTY FLIPPERS’: $500,000 Worth Of Dangerous Ecstasy/Ketamine Mix Seized In Hudson
Kitty Flippers’: $500,000 Worth Of Dangerous Ecstasy/Ketamine Mix Seized In Hudson More than five kilos of a highly dangerous – and potentially fatal – drug mixture was seized and three men arrested in North Bergen in a joint operation of local and federal authorities. A handgun and $100,000 in drug cash were recovered along with the nearly 12 pounds of Ecstasy and Ketamine, Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez said. Members of Suarez’s Narcotics Task Force teamed up with U.S. Homeland Security Investigations Newark and the federal Postal Inspection Service to make the case, the prosecutor said on Monday, Feb. 26. Arrested in the area of 91st Street and Bergenwood Aven…
Secaucus' Mike's Ice Cream Owner In Grave Condition Sees Surge Of Support Secaucus' Mike's Ice Cream Owner In Grave Condition Sees Surge Of Support
Secaucus' Mike's Ice Cream Owner In Grave Condition Sees Surge Of Support Mike Flaherty, who has run Mike's Ice Cream in Secaucus for more than 40 years, is facing a grave prognosis after battling diabetes. Flaherty has been in and out of the hospital since last summer, due to medical complications from the diabetes. His health is declining quickly, Amaya Ocasio, who organized a fundraiser along with other employees from Mike's Ice Cream, said.  Hi everyone. As many know, Mike has been in and out of the hospital for months now. He is continuing to fight, but the... Posted by Mike's Ice Cream on Monday, February 19, 2024 The fundraiser, whi…
Bogus Call Of Gunman Holding Victims Leads Police To Pair Of Fugitives At Secaucus Hotel Bogus Call Of Gunman Holding Victims Leads Police To Pair Of Fugitives At Secaucus Hotel
Bogus Call Of Gunman Holding Victims Leads Police To Pair Of Fugitives At Secaucus Hotel What turned out to be a bogus call of a man barricaded in a Secaucus hotel led police to two Passaic County repeat offenders who were both wanted on warrants, authorities said. Officers who responded to the Extended Stay America on Meadowland Parkway didn’t find a man with a gun who was not allowing others in a hotel room to leave, as the caller had claimed, Police Chief Dennis Miller said. What they did find were outstanding warrants for Zaire Jacobs, a 26-year-old ex-con with multiple probation violations out of Paterson, and Miguel Pacheco, 41, of Hawthorne, who was wanted in DeKalb…
Two Teenage Thieves Busted After Pursuit Ends In Crash: Secaucus PD Two Teenage Thieves Busted After Pursuit Ends In Crash: Secaucus PD
Two Teenage Thieves Busted After Pursuit Ends In Crash: Secaucus PD Two Bergen County teenagers were arrested after engaging in a pursuit with Secaucus police that ended with one of them being struck by a vehicle following a crash on the morning of Wednesday, Feb. 7, authorities said. At 10:37 a.m., Secaucus police responded to a report that two men in ski masks were committing thefts from residences in the north end of the town, Police Chief Dennis Miller said. A police officer heard a loud roar and saw the suspects' 2005 black Honda Accord driving at excessively high rates of speed and driving the wrong way toward Route 3 West, Miller said. The car struck…
Ski-Masked Thieves Lead High-Speed Route 3 Pursuit: Police Ski-Masked Thieves Lead High-Speed Route 3 Pursuit: Police
Ski-Masked Thieves Lead High-Speed Route 3 Pursuit: Police Two ski-masked men were arrested after their vehicle crash culminating a Route 3 pursuit Wednesday, Feb. 7, authorities said. A resident called police saying two men in ski masks were stealing from homes in the north end of Secaucus around 10:40 a.m., Secaucus Police Chief Dennis Miller said. While en route to the scene, officer Kasey Kelly could hear the roar of a vehicle’s engine from several blocks away, before he could even see the suspects’ 2005 black Honda Accord.   The suspect vehicle drove at excessive speeds with disregarded traffic  against the flow of traffic towa…
Police ID 7 People Arrested For Armed Robberies Following Pursuit: Newark PD Police ID 7 People Arrested For Armed Robberies Following Pursuit: Newark PD
Police ID 7 People Arrested For Armed Robberies Following Pursuit: Newark PD Seven people, three adults and four juveniles were arrested after committing two robberies and engaging police in a pursuit on Route 78 on Sunday, Feb. 3, authorities said.  At 8 a.m. police in Newark responded to Clifton Avenue and Treadwell Street after a woman was robbed at gunpoint by a group of Black men wearing dark clothing and ski masks, Newark Public Safety Director Fritz Fragé said.  The suspects fled in a gray 2019 Hyundai Sonata that been stolen out of the city earlier that day, Fragé said. Twenty minutes later, a group of Black men riding in the car&nbs…
Repeat Offender Caught Shoplifting Assaults Store Employee, Breaks Glass Door: Lyndhurst PD Repeat Offender Caught Shoplifting Assaults Store Employee, Breaks Glass Door: Lyndhurst PD
Repeat Offender Caught Shoplifting Assaults Store Employee, Breaks Glass Door: Lyndhurst PD  A 22-year-old Secaucus man who was already known to Lyndhurst police was nabbed following what began as a shoplifting and turned into a robbery, authorities said. Daniel Soto punched and then spit on an employee of a Riverside Avenue store who confronted him on Sunday, Jan. 21, Detective Lt. Vincent Auteri said. Soto then fled the store, grabbed a rock and threw it through the store's glass door, the lieutenant said. Thanks to a description obtained by Officer Michael Carrino, Soto was seized by Lt. Richard Holicki and Officer Anthony Morreale a short time later, he said. Soto -- wh…
Still Here: Tommy DeVito Stops By Secaucus Deli Still Here: Tommy DeVito Stops By Secaucus Deli
Still Here: Tommy DeVito Stops By Secaucus Deli With no playoff games to prepare for, New York Giants quarterback Tommy DeVito is making the rounds of North Jersey. DeVito, a Don Bosco graduate, who lives with his parents in Cedar Grove, appeared at Natoli's Italian Deli in Secaucus, the restaurant shared on Facebook on Friday, Jan. 19.  The Big Blue signal caller also recently got his haircut at YK Salon in Cedar Grove, the salon revealed on Instagram. View this post on Instagram A post shared by YK Salon Cedar Grove ✨ (@yksaloncg) Despite his losing starting quarterback gig to…
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…