Police: Hoboken man arrested for robbing $50k from local Bank of America


A Hoboken man was arrested for robbing $50,000 from the local Bank of America at 1 Firehouse Plaza last week, police said.

The Bank of America in Hoboken. Photo via Google Maps.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

Everton Gunter, 31, of Hoboken, was charged with robbery, according to Police Det. Lt. Jonathan Mecka.

On October 5th at approximately 2:30 p.m., Hoboken Police responded to the Bank of America near the intersection of 2nd and Hudson Streets on the report of a robbery.

The robber, later identified as Gunter, was reportedly able to flee the bank with $50,000  prior to police arrival. He was arrested and processed on Sunday, October 9th without any of the stolen proceeds.

Additionally, no weapons were produced during the commission of this robbery.

His charges were placed on a warrant and he was transferred to Hudson County Correctional Facility after the arrest process, authorities said.

Last July, Gunter was arrested for robbing two TD Banks in Hoboken.

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  1. How is someone able to rob a bank when they don’t have a weapon?
    Why would someone rob a bank that’s on the same block as a Police station?
    How can the same guy be out after recently robbing two other banks in town?

    WTF is wrong with the world?