ANOTHER CVP SCOOP: A Lodi man who was headed to court to answer a previous charge walked in the front door of Hasbrouck Heights police headquarters yesterday at the same time as a woman who came to report him trying to break into a car, said authorities who arrested him.
Police at first let 21-year-old Frankys Calvo-Boza go after employees at the Boulevard Rite Aid who’d called to report a shoplifting declined to press charges, Detective Lt. Michael Colaneri told CLIFFVIEW PILOT this morning.
“He then walked up to Burton Avenue, where the witness say him trying to break into a vehicle,” Colaneri said. “She yelled at him and he took off.
“She came to headquarters to report it and he came walking in on his way to court.”
The 6-foot, 165-pound Calvo-Boza remained held on $40,000 bail in the Bergen County Jail this morning, charged with attempted burglary and criminal trespassing.
MUGSHOT: Courtesy HASBROUCK HEIGHTS PD
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