Saddle Brook, NJ – Ex-boyfriend who broke into ex’s home and stole more than $10K in items FREE TO GO under NJ Bail Reform

Francisco Nunez

Francisco Nunez, 32, of Paterson is a free man tonight after being released and FREE TO GO under NJ Bail Reform after being charged with breaking in his ex-girlfriends home and stealing her belongings.

Nunez allegedly broke into the home of his ex-girlfriend while she was on vacation and stole more than $10,000 worth of high-end designer clothing, shoes, pocketbooks and jewelry. An undercover detective posing as a buyer was able to nab Nunez.

Under new bail reform guidelines, Nunez was FREE TO GO after the Arnold Foundation’s “Pretrial Risk Assessment” tool determined he was not a danger to the community or a flight risk and therefore should not be subject to any accountable release – just a “promise” to appear.

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Saddle Brook PD: Sting Nails Ex-BF Who Stole $10G Of Woman’s Valuables

(reported by Jerry DeMarco of the Daily Voice – Dec 30 2017)

A woman’s ex-boyfriend broke into her Saddle Brook home, stole more than $10,000 worth of high-end designer clothing, shoes, pocketbooks and jewelry — then was busted in Fort Lee by undercover detectives posing as buyers, authorities said.

The Saddle River Road victim was on vacation when 32-year-old Francisco Nunez of Paterson broke in through a window, Police Chief Robert Kugler said Saturday.

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