Hoboken gentleman billed with threatening one more Bayonne enterprise: law enforcement1 min read
6 weeks immediately after being charged with threatening a Bayonne bookstore operator, a Hoboken male has been accused of harassing one more Bayonne enterprise.
Qiuwen Zheng, 59, of Hoboken, was arrested on Jan. 4 and charged with earning several terroristic threats versus The Rock, a bar on Broadway, involving Dec. 19 and Jan. 3, Bayonne Capt. Eric Amato mentioned.
On Sunday, a representative of the tavern advised Bayonne law enforcement that the tavern experienced been given numerous phone calls from a man or woman generating threatening remarks toward the enterprise, its staff and its prospects, Amato mentioned.
Zheng was arrested on Nov. 22 on rates he threatened to get rid of the operator of a Bayonne bookstore, a couple blocks absent on Broadway. He also despatched two emails to the keep e mail account that working day, “asking about the race and colour of her customers and what she is teaching,” according to a legal grievance.
In the bookstore incident, the 59-calendar year-previous was charged with bias intimidation, cyber-harassment and terroristic threats. At a detention listening to in December, Zheng was unveiled and purchased to have no contact with the bookstore or its owner. Zheng was also purchased to undertake a psychological wellness analysis.