NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — A “large disturbance” on July 4 led police to arrest a city man on gun charges after he allegedly threatened a crowd in Robeson Village, according to a news release.

Alberto Gomez, 22, was arrested “without incident” at 4 p.m. yesterday, July 6, New Brunswick police said. He’s facing “multiple firearms offenses,” they said.

At around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, city cops responded to an incident in the parking lot of the public housing complex, according to police. They said they heard word of a disturbance and a man who allegedly waved a gun at a group of “disorderly” people.

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New Brunswick detectives then worked to identify the suspect, who is alleged to be Gomez, according to cops. Officers found the gun and boxes of ammunition in a wooded area near Jersey Avenue, where cops claim they were hidden following the incident, according to the news release.

Cops also arrested Marcellous Goines, a 33-year-old Kendall Park resident, at the July 4 scene. They charged him with disorderly person offenses, according to the department.

People with information on the incident should contact Det. Drew Weiss at 732-745-5217.