Police: Estranged husband poured gasoline around wife’s vehicle, house

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Police in Hackensack say an estranged husband poured gasoline around his wife's vehicle, and home, while she was inside of both.

The incident happened Thursday around 5:30 p.m.

According to police, Wildemar Dangcil, 37, of Jersey City, poured the gasoline around the vehicle while his wife sat inside of it in her driveway.

Police say she was able to exit and go into her home, but Dangcil then proceeded to pour gasoline around parts of the home.

Thankfully, the gasoline never ignited.

Dangcil drove way in his vehicle, but turned himself into police a short time later.

Dangcil was charged with aggravated arson and terroristic threats, among other charges.

He was transported to Bergen County Jail.

No injuries were reported.

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