Ramapo Police detectives apprehended a 33-year-old Spring Valley resident on Tuesday, charging him with a range of offenses stemming from a business burglary that took place in August of this year. The arrest comes after an extensive investigative effort by the Ramapo Police.
The suspect, whose identity has not been disclosed at this time, now faces serious legal consequences. He has been charged with third-degree burglary, classified as a Class D Felony, as well as fourth-degree criminal mischief and second-degree criminal contempt, both categorized as Class A Misdemeanors.
The investigation had been ongoing since the burglary was reported in August, and it finally led to the identification and apprehension of the suspect on Tuesday.
Following his arrest, the defendant appeared before Honorable Judge Schoenberger for arraignment. During the proceedings, the judge decided to release the accused without requiring bail. However, the defendant has been instructed to appear in court once again on October 24, 2023, where he will face the charges brought against him.