Alleged school intruder Raymond Pinkney arrested in Newark

Raymond Pinkney was caught in Newark Thursday just

Raymond Pinkney was caught in Newark Thursday just before dusk. (Credit: News 12 New Jersey)

NEWARK - Police have arrested a man in connection with three school intrusions in Union City and Weehawken last week.

Raymond Pinkney was caught in Newark Thursday just before dusk.

He's suspected of entering the Washington School and Robert Waters School in Union City, and the Daniel Webster School in Weehawken, causing a panic.

Police in Hoboken, Weehawken, NJIT and the Department of Homeland Security worked together to capture Pinkney.

He is now being held in the Hudson County jail.

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