A southern New Jersey man faces aggravated assault charges stemming from what authorities say was an unprovoked attack on a Delaware River Port Authority officer last month.
Kelvin Nunez of Oaklyn also faces weapons charges in connection with the Aug. 17 incident in Camden.
Authorities say the 27-year-old Nunez saw officer Joe McCalla in a parked, marked police vehicle. At the time, McCalla was patrolling the nearby PATCO speed-line parking lot with his driver's side window open.
Nunez allegedly punched McCalla in the face and ran off. Authorities say Nunez also had a knife in his hand, but the officer wasn't cut by the blade.
A Woodlynne Police officer recognized Nunez after seeing video of the suspect. Nunez was arrested Friday and is being held on $87,000 bail.
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