Teaneck NJ Man Convicted of Burglary in Watchung, New Jersey
A Teaneck NJ man was convicted of burglarizing a home in Watchung, New Jersey.
Following a trial in Somerset County Superior Court, 32-year-old Jullian Oree was found guilty of burglary, theft, and criminal mischief. The victim in the case had reported approximately $83,000 worth of items being stolen.
Court documents indicated that when Watchung police responded to a report of a burglary at a Shady Brook Court home, they saw a black Dodge Charger parked in a nearby driveway.
When the car quickly sped off, officers followed in what became a high-speed pursuit. Eventually, near the Watchung Reservation, the Dodger Charger spun out of control and slammed into a police vehicle.
Sometime later, Mr. Bostick was found on the ground in Watchung Reservation and Mr. Oree was found walking eastbound on Interstate 78.
Two weeks before Mr. Oree was convicted, 43-year-old Anthony Bostick, Mr. Oree’s co-defendant in the case, pleaded guilty to burglary, theft, criminal mischief, and resisting arrest. According to authorities, Mr. Bostick entered his plea during the jury selection process.
The Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office said that Mr. Oree could be sentenced to 20 years in NJ State Prison, while Mr. Bostick faces a potential sentence of more than 31 years in state prison.
For more information, see the NJ.com article entitled “Bergen County Man Convicted in Watchung Burglary, Prosecutor Says.“