ANOTHER CVP SCOOP: Tipped off by a resident, Bogota police were waiting as an accused burglar came out of a house at 3 in the afternoon after a failed break-in elsewhere, CLIFFVIEW PILOT has learned.
Numce Iloski (MUGSHOT courtesy Bogota PD)
Numce Iloski, 28, of Bogota, rang the bell at a South Street home, near the Teaneck border, then walked around to the back Monday afternoon, Bogota police told the web site.
Sgt. Daniel Maye responded to a resident’s call and was out front when Iloski emerged, Detective Geoffrey Cole said.
Other officers arrived and found a broken basement window, he said.
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Interviewed by Detective Jonathan Misskerg, Iloski admitted breaking into the house, as well as trying to enter another residence earlier, Cole told CLIFFVIEW PILOT .
Iloski is being held on $15,000 at the Bergen County Jail, charged with burglary and conspiracy to commit burglary.
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