Police: Man arrested for leaving threatening messages for Secaucus municipal judge, staff

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A man was arrested last wee for leaving threatening messages for a Secaucus municipal judge and other members of the court staff, Police Chief Dennis Miller said.

Secaucus Town Hall. Photo via njmls.com.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

On July 27th at 10:55 a.m., in furtherance of an investigation conducted by the Secaucus
Police Detective Division in relation to telephonic threats made against the Secaucus
Municipal Court on three separate occasions, police arrested Jermaine Glynn, 38, of Rahway.

He was charged with three county of making terroristic threats and two counts of stalking. Glynn was taken into custody by the NJ Transit Police Department and served outstanding complaint warrants before being transported to the Hudson County Correctional Facility.

According to Miller, the threats were messages left on the municipal court phone lines on April 12th, April 19th, and July 26th.

“In sum, the defendant left voice messages on the Municipal Court lines requesting the judge and court to dismiss previous charges filed against him,” Miller told HCV in an email.

“If cases were not dismissed, the defendant threatened harm against the Municipal Court judge and other staff members at the Municipal Court.”

The Secaucus Municipal Court website identifies the judge as Karen R. Boylan and also indicates that two administrators and four other staffers work there.

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  1. Secaucus is a greedy little town managed by corrupt officials. If you are in that town after dark, you will probably be stopped by the police and questioned. People of color who work in Secaucus suffer this indignation all the time. Speed traps, parking tickets and the like are used to get revenue from unsuspecting motorists. If you value your civil rights don’t go near Secaucus.

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