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On December 9, 2021 at 12:19 A.M., Secaucus Police Officer Matthew Garzone observed a 2011 Subaru Legacy on Route 3 East Road. Police Officer Garzone randomly checked the Texas Temporary Registration and discovered that the vehicle was stolen out of New York City.

The vehicle was stopped in a safe location on Columbia Avenue in North Bergen. The driver, Brayan Donosoyanez, 27, of the Bronx, NY was arrested.

“I hold true to my previous statement: in response to an increase in motor vehicle thefts statewide, Secaucus Police Officers will remain vigilant and proactively patrol our Town in an attempt to combat this ongoing problem,” Chief Dennis Miller said. “I commend the police officers involved in this arrest and I thank the North Bergen Police Department for their assistance.”

Brayan Donosoyanez, was charged with Receiving Stolen Property [2C:20-7]. He was also found to have an active warrant from Woodbridge with $1,000.00 bail. He was lodged in the Hudson County Jail. These charge is merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty.