Police: Drunken man wanted to fight cops who escorted him from Hoboken diner

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A drunken man was arrested after challenging police to a physical confrontation after they escorted him out of the Malibu Diner, exclaiming “watch when I see you outside without a gun,” authorities said. Hoboken police

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

Ever Corrales, 37, of Clifton, was charged with disorderly conduct and making terroristic threats, according to Police Det. Lt. Edgardo Cruz.

On Friday at about 3:03 a.m., two officers were dispatched to the Malibu Diner, 257 14th St., to speak to someone who refused to leave the establishment, police said.

They to management, who advised them that a customer refused to leave after asked to do so because he was bothering other customers. The officers observed the defendant speaking to other customers who appeared to not want to engage him in conversation, officials said.

The duo approached him and noticed he was intoxicated, since they could smell the alcohol. As they escorted him out, he began to curse at the officers. While outside his behavior continued and he refused to leave the area, authorities said.

He exclaimed “Let me catch you outside without your badge and gun” and “Watch when I see you outside without a gun,” As a result, he was placed under arrest and transported to headquarters for processing, police said.

While inside the vehicle he said to the officers “I can’t wait to find out your name so I can find you when I get out.” He was later released with a summons to appear in court, officials said.

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  1. Ravi will send over the diner task force and issue a diner sheet I bet. Then Gus will go to a hearing and be told he can’t sell cheese fries and omlettes for 21 days.

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