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Rye Building Super Charged with Bestiality, Burglary

Rye Police Department

Last week, Rye Police told us of a burglary at at 47C Peck Avenue at the Rye Colony Coop apartment complex, where the apartment was burglarized with no forced entry, and the superintendent was charged.

Now the District Attorney’s office tells us there are sexual misconduct charges referencing bestiality. It is unknown what kind of animal was involved.  A Judge in Rye has issued a gag order and no documents are to be made public.

The super, Kujitim Nicaj, who resides at 58C Peck Avenue, was reportedly given notice to vacate the property. He is due to appear in Rye City Court March 6.

Additional reporting by Jacqueline Silberbush

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10 years ago

Rye is going to the dogs in more ways than one. I heard it was a French poodle.

10 years ago
Reply to  fido

I hope the Judge doesn’t give him 6 months of community service at the ASPCA for a sentence!

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