Delete element from Array directly

I have an array like below:

PersonClass[] person= {
            new PersonClass("90234234434", "John", "Smith", 22, "Street 22/5", 10//this is priority from 0 up to 10),
            ...
            ...
    };

Then I search for a security ID that starts from 98

for(int n = 0; n < person.length; n++)
    {
        if(person[n].getSecId().contains("98"))
        {
            System.out.println(person[n].toString());s
            //delete this object from person array
        }
    }

Now my question is: Can I delete this object directly from the array, if not how can I convert it into collection eg. ArrayList.

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