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Home Break in leads Paramus Police on High Speed Pursuit

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Paramus NJ, according to Paramus Police a home invasion led to one arrest after a daughter woke to find three individuals ransacking the home. On Monday, May 16, at approximately 4:44 a.m., the police responded to a Henry Street home on the reports of a burglary in progress.

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Police said the family’s daughter was asleep on a couch on the first floor of the home. She woke and observed two persons inside the home, both of whom, police said, were wearing dark clothing and ski masks.

The daughter yelled to her parents who were upstairs sleeping, the suspects fled out a rear door of the home and the victims dialed 911. Detectives were able to determine that at least 3 suspects had arrived in the stolen vehicle.

The suspects entered the home when one pried open a first floor window on the front of the house and entered the home, then opened a door in the rear of the house and a second suspect also entered the home. The suspects ransacked and stole several handbags located in the house. The third suspect entered and ransacked an Audi car that was located in the victim’s driveway. A second high-end car was also locked in the garage and detectives are investigating whether or not the cars were the initial target of the thieves.

Upon arrival, officers observed three men flee  the home. Two of the males jumped into a blue BMW that had been reported stolen from Monroe Township at 11:35 a.m. on Sunday, May 15. Officers pursued the stolen vehicle. The chase continued onto Route 17 southbound, police said. On Route 17 south, in the area of Route 46, the pursuit was ended due to speeds nearing 120 mph and an uptick in civilian traffic.

A third suspect was unable to get into the getaway car,  and according to police fled on foot into the surrounding neighborhood. Paramus Police with the assistance of surrounding departments, began to search through the neighborhoods. At approximately 6:05 a.m., an hour and 20 minutes later, police were notified by an off-duty Rutgers University Police Officer of a suspicious male in the area of the Dunkin Donuts on Forest Avenue, not far from the burglary. When an officer arrived on scene, the suspect, later identified as Tyrone Reynolds, fled on foot. A struggle ensued , and Reynolds was arrested and taken into custody.  Detectives said they were able to connect Tyrone Reynolds, 23, of East Orange to the burglary. The Defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

The case is still being actively  investigated by Paramus Detectives and officers of the New Jersey State Police Auto Crime Task Force. Anyone with information should call the Paramus Police Department at 201-262-3400 or use the anonymous tips App located at .

10 thoughts on “Home Break in leads Paramus Police on High Speed Pursuit

  1. I am SHOCKED! Tyrone??

  2. But I’ve been told on the Blog, over and over, that cops aren’t allowed to chase suspects. What happened?

    1. the AG eased off some of the rules about a month ago

      1. What, specifically, was changed? And when, specifically? I can’t seem to find any mention

  3. Buy guns to protect ur family

  4. Joe Biden and democrats have empowered these criminals and made them feel entitled.

    Joe Biden says white supremacists are the biggest problem in this country. The family in Paramus that were victimized by Tyrone and his two pals probably have a different opinion. It would be interesting to see if any democrat reaches out to this family.

  5. These kids are all in gangs doing this.

    1. It’s not all “kids”. These criminals are men, women, teenagers, and kids.

  6. Maybe towns around here should look into hiring private armed security since the police don’t seem to be able to handle the crime anymore. Blackwater contractors seem very capable.

    Probably less expensive to hire private security then pay municipal police in NJ.

    1. Franklin tried that a long time ago. Got rid of their police force and hired private contractors. It did not work well, and really wasn’t legal.

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