Police in Hoboken announce that they have arrested a suspect involved in a shooting that took place on June 6.
According to police officials, on Friday, June 10, at about 2:30 a.m., Detectives from the Hoboken Police Department, along with members of the Hudson County SWAT Team, executed a search warrant as well as an arrest warrant for Halim A. Gilyard, 19, of Hoboken.
The arrest took place at a residential apartment building in the area of 4th and Adams Street.
Police said that Halim was wanted for a shooting incident on Monday, June 6, in the area of 4th and Jackson Street.
Through the investigation, led by Detective John Quinones and assisted by other members of the Detective Bureau, investigators were able to identify Gilyard as one of the shooters from that night.
According to police, Gilyard was taken into custody without incident. Gilyard was transported to police headquarters, where he was processed on all the above-listed charges.
Gilyard was then transported to the Hudson County Correctional Facility.
The investigation is ongoing, with Detective John Quinones as the lead detective.
If anyone has information on this incident, they may contact Detective John Quinones at 201-420-2100 Ext 3182 or email him at email@example.com.
Anyone providing information may remain anonymous.