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Little Ferry Police Reports: April 23

Summary of incidents in Little Ferry for the past week

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Little Ferry's Memorial School gets high grade in latest report

Memorial School in Little Ferry has been ranked very highly amongst its peers in the latest reports released by the NJEA.

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Little Ferry Library dedicates memorial to deceased librarian

The Little Ferry Public Library recently held a memorial service for librarian Miriam Bartley, who passed away early last year.

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EPA says Little Ferry firm violated pesticide laws


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Little Ferry may lift rent control on vacant units


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Little Ferry police reports: April 17


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Ordinance allows removal of rent control for new leases in Little Ferry

The Little Ferry Mayor and Council have passed an ordinance allowing the removal of rent control for new apartment leases.

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School bus company employee arrested for sexual assault upon 5 year old Little Ferry girl

School bus company employee arrested for sexual assault upon 5 year old Little Ferry girl
juan zelaya rodriguez paterson little ferry nj new jersey first student school bus company arrested charged sexual assault five year old girl
LITTLE FERRY, N.J. - A Paterson man who works for a Paramus-based school bus company was arrested on Monday on charges of sexual assault against a five-year-old Little Ferry girl.
Juan Zelaya-Rodriguez, 49, of Paterson, New Jersey, was arrested for sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child, as the result of an investigation conducted by members of the Little Ferry Police Department, under the direction of Chief Ralph Verdi, with assistance from the county child abuse unit.
According to authorities, on Monday, June 7, 2010, law enforcement officers arrested Juan Zelaya Rodriguez after reportedly learning that he inappropriately touched a five year old girl in a sexual manner.
The incident is alleged to have occurred last Thursday, June 3, 2010.
Zelaya-Rodriguez is employed as a part-time bus monitor (not driver) for the First Student, Inc. school bus company, located 15 Pleasant Avenue in Paramus, New Jersey. The victim in this investigation was being transported to her school on the bus when Zelaya-Rodriguez was alleged to have inappropriately touched her.
Police say that there is only one reported incident and at this time there are no other allegations that Zelaya-Rodriguez inappropriately touched other students. However, the investigation is ongoing.
Zelaya-Rodriguez was charged with one count of sexual assault, a 2nd-degree crime, and one  count of endangering the welfare of a child, a 3rd-degree crime.
Bail was set by Judge Harry Carroll at $75,000.00 with no 10% cash option, and there to be no contact with the victim. Zelaya Rodriguez was also ordered to surrender his passport. He was remanded to the Bergen County Jail in lieu of bail.
Zelaya-Rodgiguez is scheduled to be arraigned in Little Ferry Municipal Court on Thursday, June 10.
BERGEN COUNTY NEWS LOCATIONS: Little Ferry, Paramus, NJ, New Jersey

Juan Zelaya-Rodriguez of Paterson, New JerseyLITTLE FERRY, N.J. - A Paterson man who works for a Paramus-based school bus company was arrested on Monday on charges of sexual assault against a five-year-old Little Ferry girl.

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Little Ferry man guilty of trafficking fake Gucci, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Nike, and Coach items

conviction for counterfeit Gucci itemsNEWARK, N.J. - A Little Ferry man pleaded guilty this afternoon to conspiring to pay Customs and Border Protection officials more than $700,000 to traffic counterfeit luxury goods through the Port of Newark and other United States ports of entry, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.

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