Teaneck Man, Three Others Eyed in New York Burglaries
Four Bergen County residents were charged with possession of burglar’s tools, police said.
ORANGETOWN, N.Y -- A Teaneck man is one of four Bergen County residents charged after the group was found Monday night with burglar’s tools in a car stopped in Orangeburg, police said.
All four men were charged with possession of burglar’s tools, a misdemeanor, and were being held for arraignment in Orangetown Town Court in Orangeburg, according to Orangetown Detective Lt. James Brown.
Brown said the four men were riding together in a vehicle in the Sickeltown Road area and were stopped by town officers at about 8:46 p.m. Brown said the men could not provide a legitimate reason for being in the area and the burglar’s tools were then found in the car.
Jerry Montgomery, 30, of Teaneck
Jerome Cloud, 27, of Englewood
Aasim Boone, 27, of Hackensack
Akeem Boone, 26, of Englewood
Brown said the Orangetown Police Detective Bureau is investigating their possible connection to a series of burglaries in that area recently, although they have not yet been charged in connection with those crimes.
Police asked anyone with information to call investigators at 845-359-2121.