Police: Secaucus woman charged with spitting on a cop, two EMTS, and a doctor


A Secaucus woman has been charged with spitting on a police officer, as well as kicking him in the stomach, before assaulting two EMTs and a doctor last week, police said.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

Margaret O’Leary, 21, of Secaucus, was charged with throwing bodily fluids at a law
enforcement officer, aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, two counts of aggravated assault on a first aid worker, aggravated assault on a healthcare professional, and resisting arrest, according to Police Capt. Joseph Baccola.

On June 28th at 12:10 a.m., Secaucus police observed a vehicle stopped in the right
lane in the area of 595 County Ave.

The police conducted a welfare check of the occupants of the vehicle and during the investigation, the police arrested O’Leary after she spat on a police officer and kicked him in the stomach, Baccola said.

She also spit on two EMTS and a doctor at Hudson Regional Hospital, Baccola said, before she was subsequently transported to the Hudson County Correctional Facility.

Last May, O’Leary was charged with kicking a cop in the groin during her arrest after they responded to a 911 call at her home.

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