Health Dept.: Jersey City pizza shop didn't have a license

The Hudson County Health Department tells News 12 New Jersey that a Jersey City pizza shop that was the target of an attempted bombing this week never had a license.

Authorities say the owner of the building and the tenant from the pizza shop were involved in an ongoing dispute for months over rent and maintenance issues.

The owner of the building, 54-year-old Milan Bolich, was arraigned this morning after being charged in connection with the alleged attempted bombing of his own building.

The Hudson County Health Department says it won't press charges since the business is already closed.

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