New Charges Filed Against Woman Charged with Car Burglaries in Glen Rock NJ
Ms. Cordero was arrested when Glen Rock police officers investigating a recent string of robberies saw her walking to her vehicle on Cedar Street. Officers initially released Ms. Cordero after interviewing her and checking her record for warrants. But a subsequent check of cars in the area revealed that several had been broken into and rifled through.
Officers eventually located Ms. Cordero at her home in Paterson and brought her to Glen Rock police headquarters. According to police, Ms. Cordero admitted to entering the cars and stealing GPS units, money, and other items.
Before the filing of the new charges, Ms. Cordero was charged with single counts of burglary and theft.
Burglary in New Jersey is addressed by N.J.S.A. 2C:18-2. In accordance with the statute, burglary is usually classified as a third degree felony. If convicted of third degree burglary, Ms. Cordero could face a term of imprisonment of up to five (5) years in state prison.
Ms. Cordero was held at the Bergen County Jail on an enhanced bail of $100,000.00.
To learn more about this case, see the NJ.com article entitled “New Charges Filed Against Paterson Woman Accused in Spate of Glen Rock Car Burglaries.“