Bomb Threats made at City Hall of Jersey City, Building Evacuated by K-9 Units

Bomb Threats made at City Hall of Jersey City, Building Evacuated by K-9 Units

Jersey City, NJ: A bomb threat was received at Jersey City’s City Hall on Thursday afternoon, which resulted in the building being evacuated for more than forty-five minutes.

While the building on Grove Street was being responded to by law enforcement, firefighters, and members of the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office, the building was evacuated shortly after two o’clock in the afternoon.

At approximately 2:45 p.m., a K-9 unit conducted a sweep of the facility, and it was eventually determined that the building was safe for personnel to return inside.

Whether or whether the bomb threat was connected to the Transgender Day of Visibility festivities that took place at City Hall on Thursday afternoon was not something that could be determined.

A man from Philadelphia was sentenced to more than four years in prison for smuggling cocaine into Philadelphia and New Jersey.

It was declined by a spokesperson for the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office to comment on the response that they provided. The request for additional information that was made to the officials of Jersey City was not immediately returned.

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