ROSELLE PARK, NJ - Police report that two teens Nasir Williams, 18, of Roselle and Jose Marrero, 18, of Elizabeth were arrested twice in less than 24 hrs. for breaking into cars in Roselle Park. 

According to Roselle Park Police, on September 20, at 10:24 pm, officers were called to the 100 block of East Grant Ave. following a call by a witness that stated; two individuals were entering a silver Honda pilot on East Grant Ave. that did not belong to them.

The officer’s located Williams and  Marrero on a neighboring street that matched the description given by the caller. After an investigation, both were taken into custody. 

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Police said Williams and Marrero were processed and released on criminal charges of burglary and theft. As a result of bail reform regulations, both individuals were released pending a future Union County Superior Court.

At 5:03 am, on September 21, Roselle Park officers responded to the 100 block of East Westfield Ave. following a report that two individuals with masks, were pulling on door handles in an attempt to gain entry to parked motor vehicles in the area. While searching the area, Officer Mastracola and Officer Marino, observed a parked 2015 Mazda with its interior light and two occupants seated inside while parked on Walnut St.

According to police, an investigation found that Nasir Williams and Jose Marrero were inside the vehicle without the owner’s permission. Both individuals were taken into custody.  

Police said Williams and Marrero were both charged with disorderly conduct. The owner of the vehicle was unavailable at the time of the incident; however, charges for burglary and theft were approved. 

Police ask if anyone has additional information to contact the Roselle Park Police Department at 908-245-2300.

Authorities also reported on September 21, at 5:24 am, Detective Dean Khallaf and Officer Anthony Calello, responded to the area of Westfield Ave. and Locust St. where a caller reported that a female was discovered inside his parked 2008 Honda. It was also reported that the caller was trying to hold onto the female to prevent her from fleeing the area.

Officers said Jillian Spaziani 34, of Roselle Park, was taken into custody at the scene. Through an investigation, it was learned that she did not have permission from the owner to be inside the parked motor vehicle.

Spaziani was charged with burglary. Additionally, Spaziani was found to have open active criminal warrants out of Plainfield. Spaziani was transported to the Union County Jail. She is pending a future bail hearing.

 

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