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Paterson Man Arrested for March House Burglary

The following information has been provided by the Nutley Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.


April 12:
Clifton police arrested a 29-year-old Paterson man driving a car he stole in Montclair around midnight and charged him with a March 26 McKinley Avenue house burglary.

When Jason Burgos-Colon was arrested, police discovered items reported stolen from the home burglary.

In addition, Clifton police — in conjunction with Paramus police — searched Burgos-Colon’s Nutley home and discovered other items stolen from the McKinley Avenue home. Burgos-Colon also cooperated with police and helped recover other items stolen. 

Nutley police charged Burgos-Colon with burglary and theft. He faces additional charges from Passaic, Montclair, Paramus and Clifton police.

He was transported to Passaic County jail and is being held on $50,000 bail from Nutley.

April 13:

Nutley police were called to a North Spring Garden home at 8:37 a.m. when a resident reported someone had sprayfoamed words on their car.

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Nutley police were called to the intersection of Park Drive and Chestnut Street at 8:07 p.m. for a suspicious-looking suitcase. Police contacted the Essex County Bomb Squad, who disposed of the suitcase.

April 15:

A Myrtle Avenue resident told police someone broke the rear window of their 2011 Honda overnight.

April 16:

Nutley police are investigating an incident where someone painted graffiti all over the side of a resident’s home.

Nutley police are also investigating an incident at 4:23 p.m. where someone painted graffiti on a dugout of a Bloomfield Avenue ballfield.

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Nutley police and rescue squad were called to Yantacaw Park at 4:27 p.m. when a child fell off a swing and injured her arm. She was taken to an area hospital for her injuries.

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At 6:22 p.m., a Surrey Ct resident told police his social security number had been used when attempting to file his taxes. Police and IRS agents are investigating the incident.

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Nutley police are investigating the overnight theft of two car emblems from a Walnut Street driveway at 7:12 p.m.

April 17:

At 1:17 a.m., a Park Avenue tenant told police a ceiling fell causing minor injuries and damage. The building superintendent was notified of the potential hazard.

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Nutley police are investigating the theft of several thousand dollars worth of tools taken from a locked basement storage bin. 

The tenant returned to the building at 8:11 p.m. and discovered the basement storage bin had been emptied of tools and the lock was cut.

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A 35-year-old High Street man who was reported missing at 10:50 p.m., returned home and was arrested on outstanding warrants charges, police said.

Ralph Runyan of Nutley was arrested after police found he had a $1,083 warrant from Plainfield and $638 from Bridgewater.

Runyan was later turned over to Plainfield police.

April 18:

A 39-year-old Paterson man was arrested at 12:51 p.m. for contempt after he was unwilling to pay a fine imposed by a Nutley municipal court judge.

Robert Moore was given a five-day sentence and taken to the  Essex County Jail in Newark.  

April 19:

Police are investigating the theft of a prescription pad at 10:26 a.m. from Franklin Avenue Doctors Office in which the thief allegedly tried to fill false prescriptions in Newark.

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A Nutley resident was informed by a local bank someone in New York had attempted to withdraw money from his account. Police are investigating.

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An apartment resident told police at 1:29 p.m. other tenants are harassing her. Police are investigating.

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Nutley police were called to Nutley High School at 2:49 p.m. when a student allegedly threatened a teacher. Charges are pending.

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