BAYONNE BRIEFS – Hudson Reporter

BAYONNE BRIEFS – Hudson Reporter

BAYONNE BRIEFS - Hudson Reporter
Bayonne firefighters obtained promotions. (See transient.)

BFD promotions

On Oct. 1, the BFD promoted Chris Stanul and Ed Ratyniak to the rank of Captain, and Bryan Stanislawski and Tim Fitzsimmonsto to the rank of Battalion Chief.

Meals distributions

The Day By Day Christian Ministries and Messiah Imaginative and prescient of New Jersey will supply a Free Meals Distribution Program each 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month.

This system will happen on October 10 and 24 at 11 a.m. at DBDNJ Worship Middle, 182 Avenue E.

Dine Out Store Out

Outside eating and leisure occasions on Broadway will happen October 9 and 15 from 5 to 10 p.m.

On October 9, it is going to happen from forty first to forty fifth Streets. Rain date October 10. Stay music by Keith Borelli and Bennett Rhode.

On October 15, it is going to happen from thirty third to thirty eighth Streets. Rain date October 16. Stay music by Doc Watson and Lisel Cox.

Masks have to be worn, and social distancing have to be noticed.

Teen arrested after alleged tried theft

A male, 17,  from Bayonne was arrested after an alleged tried theft on Sept. 26, in line with the BPD.

The sufferer, 43, stated a person, later recognized as Juvenile 1, allegedly entered his yard on West thirty first Avenue, making an attempt to take away the sufferer’s electrical bicycle. The juvenile allegedly brandished a flip-blade type knife.

Throughout processing, the juvenile allegedly supplied a false tackle of his dad and mom.

Golf outing

The United Cerebral Palsy of Hudson County: The Frank Tutu Memorial Golf Outing, benefiting Pediatric Medical Daycare in Bayonne might be held on October 20.

Name Judith Levine at 201-436-2200 or e-mail jlevine@ucpofhudsoncounty.org.

Man arrested after avenue struggle

Shyrief Borders, of Bayonne, was taken into custody on Sept. 27 at 990 Broadway, the Room 990 Bar and Lounge, the place a gaggle was combating on the street, in line with the BPD.

Borders allegedly argued with and shouted at officers. Arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, Borders is harmless till confirmed responsible.

Alleged Tried auto housebreaking

Carlos Miller of Jersey Metropolis was arrested on Sept. 27 for allegedly making an attempt to interrupt right into a automobile close to 53rd Avenue and Avenue B, in line with the BPD.

Arrested for tried housebreaking, Miller is harmless till confirmed responsible.