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NJ Man Arrested for Paramus Home Burglary

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Paramus

By:Yuritza Arroyo

Authorities in Paramus announced the arrest of Mauricio Angulo, 43, of Bergenfield, for a residential burglary.

According to Paramus Police, on October 13, officers responded to a home in the 100 block of Spring Valley Road in regards to a residential burglary.

Police say, upon arrival officers determined that two males had kicked in the front door of the home and entered the structure.

Upon entering the house, they triggered the home burglar alarm and fled the scene.

Officials say, the suspects were driving a Ford Mustang convertible, color black.  

According to detectives, evidence was collected from the scene and an extensive investigation began. A criminal complaint for burglary was issued and officers searched for him for several weeks.

Officials say, on Friday, December 9, at approximately 7:00 am, detectives staked out the suspects apartment.

A short time later, Angulo was observed exiting the apartment and was arrested without incident.

Police say, he was transported to Paramus Police Headquarters, where he was booked and processed.

He was remanded to Bergen County Jail pending a bail hearing.

The Paramus Police expects to make an arrest of the second suspect shortly