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Hackensack Police Arrest Suspect for Domestic Violence after Foot Chase

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Hackensack NJ, On Wednesday September 28, 2022, Hackensack Police Officer Aaron Rios and Police Officer Stanislav Tovbin responded to a home on Railroad Avenue Hackensack, on a report of a dispute. Upon their arrival the officers heard arguing coming from the home. Upon their approach of the residence the female victim exited in a frantic manner. She reported that the defendant attempted to strangle her for a short period of time, and bit her lip. He also refused to let her leave the home. During the course of their investigation the officers observed the defendant exit the rear of the residence. The officers shouted verbal commands at the arrestee, but he did not comply and fled through the rear yard. Officers relayed the information via radio and multiple Hackensack Police Department Personnel responded to the area. A perimeter was established and search ensued. During this time the victim notified responding officers that the arrestee was in possession of a knife. After a brief foot pursuit the arrestee was ultimately located in the rear yard of a home on Park Street and was arrested without incident. The knife was also recovered. Hackensack Middle School was briefly placed on lockdown during the incident. The defendant, Jean Paul Rubio, 19, of Budd Lake NJ, was charged with aggravated assault, criminal restraint, resisting arrest, obstruction, and weapons charges. He was transported to New Bridge Hospital and will later be turned over to the Bergen County Jail.

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