Police: Woman charged after causing a scene at Bayonne Beauty Supply store


A woman was charged yesterday morning after causing a scene at the Bayonne Beauty Supply store, verbally berating and attempting to attack another woman, police said.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

Kimberly Wilson, 32, of Jersey City, was charged with defiant trespassing and disorderly conduct, according to Police Capt. Eric Amato.

She was taken into custody yesterday at approximately 11:54 a.m. from the area of the Beauty Supply store, located at 1347 John F. Kennedy Boulevard.

Officers responded to the establishment to investigate an abandoned 911 call. Upon arrival, they were met by the female victim who informed the officers that Wilson had entered the store and attempted to attack her.

The store owner was able to intervene and separate both parties as Wilson continued to cause a scene and refuse to leave the store.

As officers attempted to speak with the victim, Wilson approached them and began to verbally attack her.

The officers ordered her out of the store but she refused to comply. As they assisted in removing her from the store, she continued her tumultuous behavior.

While outside, a friend was able to calm Wilson and the two left the area after being informed that Wilson was no longer allowed in the store.

As the officers were leaving the area, they observed Wilson re-enter the store, confront the victim once again, and cause several customers to leave the store in fear.

The officers were able to quickly apprehend Wilson and place her under arrest for trespassing and disorderly conduct, authorities said.

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