Police: Hoboken man, 22, charged with invasion of privacy for peering into ground floor apartment


A 22-year-old Hoboken man faces three charges including invasion of privacy for peering into a ground floor apartment yesterday, police said.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

Adam Papenhausen, 22, of Hoboken, was charged with invasion of privacy, peering, and hindering, according to Police Det. Lt. Danilo Cabrera.

Yesterday at about 11:43 p.m., Hoboken police officers were dispatched to the area of 10th and Garden Streets on a report of a male looking through a window of a ground floor apartment. The caller provided a description of the alleged actor and direction of travel.

Police Officers Jonathan Figueroa and Francis McCourt were first to arrive and stopped a man, later identified as Papenhausen, for investigation. Shortly after, Sgt. Roary Miller and Police Officer Nicholas Protopapadakis arrived to assist in the investigation.

The investigation led to the arrest of Papenhausen, his charges were placed on a summons, and assigned him with a Hudson County Superior Court date of February 8th, authorities said.

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