Police: Secaucus police arrest Bronx, New York man for another stolen car incident


The Secaucus Police Department arrested a Bronx, New York man for another stolen car incident early this morning, Police Chief Dennis Miller said.

Brayan Donosoyanez. Photo courtesy of the Secaucus Police Department.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

This morning at approximately 12:19 a.m., Secaucus Police Officer Matthew Garzone observed a 2011 Subaru Legacy on Route 3 East Road.

Garzone randomly checked the Texas Temporary Registration and discovered that the vehicle was stolen out of New York City, Miller said.

The vehicle was stopped in “a safe location” on Columbia Avenue in North Bergen. The driver, Brayan Donosoyanez, 27, of the Bronx, NY was arrested.

“I hold true to my previous statement: in response to an increase in motor vehicle thefts statewide, Secaucus Police Officers will remain vigilant and proactively patrol our town in an attempt to combat this ongoing problem,” Miller said in a statement.

“I commend the police officers involved in this arrest and I thank the North Bergen Police Department for their assistance.”

Donosoyanez, was charged with receiving stolen property and was also found to have an active warrant from Woodbridge with $1,000 bail.

After being processed, he was remanded to the Hudson County Correctional Facility.

Last month, the Secaucus PD reported two arrests for two separate stolen car incidents.

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