Hudson County has violent Christmas weekend, with customers pistol-whipped during supermarket robbery, others involved in stabbings, robberiesYou actually have to climb your way through a bit of assaults and robberies in Lautenberg paradise to find this:
On Saturday at 6 p.m. in Jersey City, the 55-year-old owner of Galaxia International Services Inc., a money transfer company at 2801 Kennedy Blvd., was speaking to a customer through bulletproof glass when he saw someone wearing a black garment covering his entire body and head enter, police said.
The owner opened a door to speak with the person, who pulled out an assault rifle, pointed the weapon at the owner’s head, and pushed him into a back room with the muzzle of the gun, police said.
The robber then pointed at a drawer that contained currency and told the owner to put money into a plastic shopping bag, police said. The robber also opened two other drawers and put their contents in the bag. The robber left with $31,216 and was last seen walking north on Kennedy Boulevard, according to police. The owner described the robber as a light-skinned male, 6-foot-1, wearing black gloves and wearing the black garment, police said.Only in New Jersey can a guy dressed from head to toe in black carrying an assault rifle just casually walk off down the street after an armed robbery. It's like he wasn't worried anything would happen to him.
"Hey, Mildred. What do you think of the Christmas bow on the lamppost in the Johnson's front yard?"
"You mean the lamppost next to that ninja with the AK47?"
"I can't really see all of it because that guys big bag of money is in the way, but from what I can see it looks nice. Any thoughts for lunch?"