South Brunswick Man Charged with Burglary in Kingston

Burglary was interrupted by teenager returning home from school.

A township resident was charged with the burglary following a two-week investigation by South Brunswick Police.

Kyle Nasdeo, 27, of South Brunswick, was charged with burglary after turning himself in on Friday.

At 4:15 p.m. on Jan 30, a teenage Spruce Lane resident returned home from school and interrupted the burglary in progress, according to police.  The suspect immediately fled the home through a rear sliding door after seeing the teen enter, according to police.

Detectives then investigated several leads provided by community members and were able to recover items allegedly stolen from the Spruce Lane home. The investigation led to the charges against Nasdeo for burglary.

He surrendered Friday evening at South Brunswick Police Headquarters.

"Detectives developed information from speaking with dozens of residents," said Chief Raymond Hayducka via release.  "That information combined with good police work led to solving this crime." 

Nasdeo posted $2,500 bail and was released. 

Detective Ron Seaman is leading the ongoing investigation. Police said they believe a second person will be charged in the near future.

Jack Wagon February 14, 2012 at 01:05 AM
Sad day! I remember this kid in HS. Pretty good wrestler too.
Donna Tainow February 14, 2012 at 02:22 AM
He is a good kid just made a mistake but not too late to turn life around and was a great westler placed in the states
Winston February 14, 2012 at 03:31 AM
Really...27 is no longer considered a kid. I hear that he has been a trouble maker for years. Next time he might not be so lucky....if I catch in my house they'll need a body bag to take him out.
Jack Wagon February 14, 2012 at 10:31 PM
You are correct Winston. I'll call a spade a spade then. He's not a kid, but he's acting like one. I guess I'll always think of someone his age as a kid because he is a generation younger than I am. I also would not hesitate to put a bullet between his eyes if he broke into my house or better yet, use my shotgun so I don't have to aim as hard. What he did wasn't manly at all, maybe thats why I referred to him as a kid too. He committed a cowardly act and stole someone else's hard earned possessions. I'll even take it one step further. He is the bi-product of the "me" generation who thinks its's all about him. The embarrassment he's caused probably has his family looking to move to Canada. I bet the dummy didn't think about his family once while he was allegedly committing the crime. On a positive note for him; If it's his first offense, he'll get fined, PTI or a suspended sentence, and/or probation. No time at County. Gizmo - You don't have to be "perfect" not to rob someone else's house. Just honest. He took the cowards way out. And I keep MY head up because when I am faced with adversity in life, the LAST thing on my mind is to rob you. You got a long way to go….fool.


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