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Paramus Police Arrests Bergenfield Alleged Peeking Tom


The Paramus Police Department announced the arrest of Mr. Jason S Honickman, 41, of Bergenfield, NJ, for trespassing and peering into home windows.

According to a statement released by police, on May 29, at approximately 11:51 pm, a resident of Reid Way observed a suspicious white male wearing all dark clothing walking through their neighborhood.  

Police said a short time later, Police Officer Gil Maynard observed a male matching that description walking in the area of Reid Way and Craig Avenue.

The suspect was identified as Honickman and he could not explain why he was walking through that neighborhood.

Police said officers -at that time- did not have enough information to arrest Honickman on any charges and he was released from the scene at that time.

Later that morning, several residents reported to the Paramus Police Department that during the overnight of Saturday, May 29, into Sunday, May 30, their home camera systems had observed a subject in the backyards of their homes on Evans Street and on Reid Way who was peering into their home windows.

Paramus detectives began investigating these events. Detective Lieutenant John Devine developed evidence that positively identified Honickman as the subject in the videos.

Police say on June 28, Honickman was arrested for trespassing and peering into windows. . He was booked and processed at Paramus Police Headquarters then released without bail from the police headquarters under bail reform procedures.

Honickman is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

This is an active ongoing investigation

Anyone with information is asked to call the Paramus Police Department at 201-262-3400 ext. 1374 or use our anonymous TIPS App located