Bayonne Mourns Sudden Death of Police Captain Jamolawicz

Photo Credit:  Mayor Davis via Facebook                                                                                                                                                                                             Shortly before midnight last night, the Bayonne Police Department released tragic news.  37-year Department veteran, Captain Paul Jamolawicz had died suddenly while on duty.

Police Chief Robert Geisler stated, “It is with a heavy heart that I must announce the death of Bayonne Police Department Captain Paul Jamolawicz.  Captain Jamolawicz died unexpectedly tonight while on-duty serving our community. On behalf of the City of Bayonne and the Bayonne Police Department, I would like to express our condolences to the Jamolawicz Family.”

Additionally, Mayor Jimmy Davis provided the following details on Facebook:

“Bayonne is mourning today, as we have lost Bayonne Police Captain Paul Jamolawicz while on duty serving our community.  Paul began his career in 1985, with me following behind him in 1986 and we remained friends throughout his career.  Paul was an outstanding police officer as well as a devoted family man to his wife Jeanne, his daughter Lori Anne and son Paul Jr.

Paul has also been a longtime businessman in town, serving residents as the owner/operator of the First Street Laundromat and past owner of Manny’s Liquors.  Paul’s love of family and this city was evident every day of his life and his friendship will be sorely missed.

Please keep Paul’s family in your thoughts and prayers, as well as our great Police Department, who are dealing with their first line of duty death in 52 years.

Rest in peace Paul.”