Amazon Delivery Driver in NJ Arrested, Found Inside House, Police Say
DENVILLE – An Amazon driver was arrested by Denville police after he was found inside a house.
Denville police told NJ.com the driver went to the house on Arden Road to make a delivery Monday evening and left after taking notice of a door that was partially open.
After delivering the package, the driver, identified by TAP into Denville as Leebert Michel, 28, of The Bronx, returned and went into the house.
The homeowner returned home and found Michel, who fled. The residents called police, who found Michel outside.
Michel did not take anything from the house, police told NJ.com.
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Both visits were captured on the homeowner's home surveillance system,
An Amazon spokeswoman said Michel worked for a company contracted to deliver packages and his employment has been terminated.
Denville police on Friday morning did not respond to New Jersey 101.5's request for more information.
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