WEST NEW YORK, NJ – As coronavirus continues, so does the weaponizing of the coronavirus by the unstable and frustrated masses of New Jersey. This time, in West New York, a 41-year-old man shouted at police officers after he was arrested for shoplifting at Home Depot, “I have coronavirus, you are all going to [expletive] die,” he shouted.
Julio Pineda, 41, of West New York, was arrested on Saturday, May 2, by the Secaucus Police Department on charges of terroristic threats during an emergency (2nd degree), throwing bodily fluid at a law enforcement officer (4th degree), and disorderly persons offenses of shoplifting, obstruction, and violating the emergency orders. Pineda was arrested for shoplifting and obstruction at Home Depot. At the police station, he allegedly stated “I have coronavirus, you are all going to [expletive] die.” He began coughing into the air, and when an officer tried to calm him down, he allegedly coughed multiple times at the officer, who was near to him.