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Tip Leads to Arrest of Roselle Man Wanted in Connection to Attempted Luring in Roselle Park

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Police announced the arrest of a 22-year-old Roselle man wanted in connecting with a publicized attempted luring incident in the borough.

According to Roselle Park Police Detectives, Detective John Deegan received a tip that a vehicle matching the description of the suspect vehicle, a gold or tan Chevrolet Impala, was parked and occupied in a local Union County park earlier today.

The caller also reported that the driver of that vehicle matched the description of the attempted luring suspect.

While en route to that location, detectives passed a vehicle they believed was the vehicle in question, immediately conducted a traffic stop on Locust Street in the Borough of Roselle.

A subsequent investigation revealed that the driver of this car, Robert C. Tyson Jr., of Roselle, was the attempted luring suspect from the April 26th incident.

Tyson was arrested and has an appearance pending in the Roselle Park Municipal Court on May 12th.

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