Rye Judge Seals Burglary Record As Bestiality Story Leaks

Rye Police say Judge Joseph Latwin ordered court documents related to a bestiality case sealed to prevent press access.

Clerks at Rye City Court on Thursday denied knowledge of the Feb. 9 burglary arrest of Nicaj Kutjim, 43, of 58 Peck Ave., and Rye Police refused to release copies of the arrest report saying Judge Joseph Latwin had "sealed" the arrest and court reports. However, information on the case is trickling out.

Lucian Chalfen of the Westchester District Attorney's office confirmed Kutjim is due to appear again in Rye City Court on March 6.

Published reports Wednesday said the Westchester District Attorney's Office confirmed the case involved bestiality.

A resident of the Rye Colony Apartments, who ask not to be identified, told Rye Patch that Kutjim has been employed as a superintendent at the cooperative apartments for a number of years.

Residents at Rye Colony Apartments received a letter notifying them Kutjim's keys to the property had been confiscated and that he was given two weeks to vacate the premises following the incident.

MC February 18, 2012 at 02:03 PM
Maybe thats why the police report is sealed? If it wasn't would the video be accessible to the public? I don't know, just speculating.
Tonto February 18, 2012 at 04:11 PM
Thats comming soon. The liberals have almost milked the gay marriage cow dry for votes.
Watchdog February 18, 2012 at 04:28 PM
The people in Rye seem real interested in viewing this movie. VERY INTERESTING! I wonder what THAT is about?
Bob Ogden February 18, 2012 at 04:37 PM
Hmmmm. He was married with children. Point. Game.
Watchdog February 18, 2012 at 09:53 PM


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