Secaucus police team up with other agencies to arrest two men for armed robbery


The Secaucus Police Department teamed up with several other law enforcement agencies to arrest two men wanted for an armed robbery in town, Police Chief Dennis Miller said.

Brandon Weekley (left) and Aymen Massaud. Photos courtesy of the Secaucus Police Department.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

At approximately 9:13 p.m. on October 25th, Secaucus police responded to Seaview Drive for an armed robbery at gunpoint and knifepoint. While en route to the scene, officers observed the suspect vehicle fleeing on Meadowlands Parkway toward Route 3
reaching speeds of around 100 miles per hour, Miller said.

A vehicular pursuit was initiated, but was terminated in Jersey City. After the pursuit was terminated, the suspect vehicle struck another vehicle in Jersey City and fled. There were no injuries reported as a result of the collision.

Additionally, while actively engaged in the vehicular pursuit, officers observed the occupants discard proceeds from the robbery along with other items of evidential value, which were all later recovered.

The suspect’s vehicle was abandoned and later located by a Hudson County sheriff’s officer in the parking lot of Dunkin Donuts at 507 Summit Ave. in Jersey City.

A follow up investigation was conducted by the Secaucus Police Department’s Detective
Division and Anti-Crime Unit and two suspects were identified.

On the following day, October 26th, with the assistance from agents from Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and the Port Authority Police Department, Brandon Weekley was arrested at Terminal A of Newark Liberty International Airport.

Then, during the early hours of October 27th, the Hudson County Regional SWAT Team
secured the residence of Aymen Massaud on Herbert Place in Jersey City. Aymen Massaud
who is charged as a co-conspirator in the robbery, was arrested without incident.

At the time of his arrest, a knife was recovered inside of his vehicle.

“I want to thank the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office for locating the vehicle used in this
crime. I also want to thank Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), under the leadership of Special Agent in Charge Jason J. Molina, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at the Port of New York/Newark, under the leadership of Port Director Marty Raybon, and the Port Authority Police Department, for the apprehension of Brandon Weekley,” Miller said.

“I also want to thank the Jersey City Police Department for their willingness to assist us in this investigation. In a county such as Hudson, criminals are not confined by jurisdictional
boundaries and these arrests were only possible because of the collaborative effort put forth by multiple law enforcement agencies.”

Brandon Weekley, 30, of Pittsburgh, PA, was charged with armed robbery conspiracy to commit armed robbery, and eluding.

Meanwhile, Aymen Massaud, 31, of Jersey City was charged with armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, and tampering with evidence.

They were taken to the Hudson County Correctional Facility pending their appearance in
Central Judicial Processing Court.

Anyone with any further information regarding this armed robbery can contact the Secaucus Police Department’s Detective Division at 201-330-2052 or the Secaucus Police Tip Line at 201-330-2049, along with leaving an anonymous tip at or anonymously at

All calls can be kept confidential.

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