Police: Jersey City man arrested for stomping windshield of Hoboken police car outside their HQ


A Jersey City man was arrested for stomping the windshield of a Hoboken police car outside of their headquarters on Friday evening, authorities said.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

Glendell Murray, 29, of Jersey City, was charged with criminal mischief and obstructing the administration of law, according to Police Det. Lt. Danilo Cabera.

On Friday, October 29th at about 6:24 p.m., Police Officer Tyler Soto observed Murray walking around a marked police vehicle parked in front of police headquarters.

Murray was then observed striking the driver’s side rearview mirror, followed by climbing onto the hood of the vehicle. Soto ordered Murray to get down from the vehicle and notified police headquarters.

Murray ignored Soto’s orders and proceeded to stomp on the windshield, causing the windshield to shatter.

He continued to give commands and had to pull Murray down from the vehicle. Murray was placed under arrest with the assistant of Sgt. Roary Miller who had arrived as backup. Murray was also found to have an arrest warrant from Hudson County Sheriff.

Murray had both charges were placed on a warrant before being transported to the Hudson County Correctional Facility, police said.

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