Hoboken Man Arrested for 'Tumultuous Behavior'
Hoboken police arrested a 22-year-old for raucous behavior, according to reports.
Hoboken police arrested a 22-year-old Hobokenite on early Sunday morning, after displaying "violent and tumultuous behavior," police said.
While patroling the streets around 4 a.m., officers came across Edward Canary in front of 700 Jefferson St.
Canary allegedly started yelling and screaming, police said.
As the officer walked out of the car, Canary yelled "what the f*** do you want?" The officers told Canary to calm down, because it was the middle of the night, but Canary wouldn't listen, police said, and allegedly kept on screaming obscenities at the officers.
“Canary stood 6’03 looming over me," one of the officers wrote in the police report, "as he pointed and yelled at me."
At that point, police said, the officers felt threatened by Canary and placed him under arrest for disorderly conduct.