YOU READ IT HERE FIRST: A disturbance involving more than 300 Ramsey teens headed to a high school championship game at the Prudential Center in Newark on an NJ Transit train this afternoon brought police to the Radburn station this afternoon and led to an arrest, authorities confirmed.
Gregory Trival, 18, was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, NJ Transit spokesman William Smith told CLIFFVIEW PILOT tonight.
Crew members aboard the Bergen Line train from Suffern to Hoboken flagged down transit police as they approached the Radburn station near the Fair Lawn Avenue crossing, Smith said.
The train, which stops in Secaucus, was delayed 24 minutes as the students were removed and the arrest was made, he said.
The Ramsey fans boarded the train at 3:11 p.m.
The game itself ended in drama as Middletown High School North beat the Ramsey Rams 5-4 for the State Public B title after a Ramsey shot crossed the goal line a split-second late.
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