Police investigate ‘bias incident’ at Jersey City LGBTQ center

From Jersey Journal Via NJ.com
Monday, March 20, 2017

JERSEY CITY — The Hudson Pride Connections Center in Journal Square was vandalized Monday morning in what police are investigating as a “bias incident.”

No one was inside the Jones Street center when a front window of the building was smashed at 10:40 a.m., police said.

Hudson Pride Connections Center, which has been in operation for 24 years, helps provide physical and mental help services to the local LGBTQ population, as well as an “inclusive” environment for everyone in the community.

Jonathan Lucas, chairman of the Hudson Pride Connections Center board, said nothing was taken from inside the center. The building’s security alarm was triggered when the window broke.

Lucas added that there haven’t been any similar incidents or threats made against the organization since he joined its staff six years ago.

A full report of the crime was not immediately available, although police said they are “investigating it as a bias incident.”

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