The Hudson County prosecutor’s assign of job stated Officer Eduardo Matute became as soon as among those called to the Jersey City house Saturday morning after experiences that a man became as soon as threatening the exiguous one.
NorthJersey.com experiences that he and several other officers had been positioned below the 2nd-floor balcony as the newborn became as soon as dangled over the balcony railing. Officers stated the particular person dropped the exiguous one after a prolonged standoff, and Matute caught the newborn.
City spokesperson Kimberly Wallace-Scalcione stated the newborn became as soon as taken to the clinic as a precaution. Mayor Steve Fulop later posted a photograph on social media of the officer conserving the newborn, who became as soon as wrapped in a white blanket.
“Fortunately the exiguous one wasn’t harmed bodily,” Fulop stated.
Wallace-Scalcione stated the one who dropped the exiguous one became as soon as suddenly arrested and charges are pending.
“Kudos to the (Jersey City Police Department) and all of the officers provocative for his or her heroics and for bringing a precise conclusion to this unpleasant area,” Prosecutor Esther Suarez stated in a Twitter publish.