A Secaucus man was arrested for pulling a knife and making terroristic threats during a verbal dispute at Cups Frozen Yogurt last week.
By John Heinis/Hudson County View
Gerald Rainey, 34, of Secaucus, was charged with unlawful possession of a weapon (pocket knife), terroristic threats, and resisting arrest, Police Chief Dennis Miller said.
December 6th at 3:55 p.m., Secaucus police responded to Cups, located at 700 Plaza Drive, on a report of a fight where one of the involved parties reportedly brandished a knife.
Upon police arrival, the man who reportedly brandished the knife was identified as Rainey and the knife was found in his pants pocket during a search of his person, according to Lt. Michael Viggiani.
The police arrested arrested Rainey on the aforementioned charges, which included terroristic threats for what he said to the victim during the dispute, and resisting arrest for initially refusing to be handcuffed, authorities said.