Police have located a wanted township resident who they say had been on the run from authorities since Sunday.
Tyler Speziale, a 20-year-old Wyckoff resident wanted on numerous drug charges, surrendered himself just before midnight Friday, Police Chief Benjamin Fox said in a release Saturday afternoon.
According to Fox, Speziale turned himself in at the Bergen Regional Medical Center in Paramus. He was picked up by Wyckoff police officers, processed at the Wyckoff police station, and remanded to the Bergen County Jail in lieu of $150,000 bail, Fox said.
A local woman who was with Speziale also returned home Friday night unharmed, police said.
"Her parents picked her up," Fox said. "All ended well."
Earlier this week, police announced they were searching for Speziale after being called to his parents’ township home on a domestic disturbance charge.
Speziale allegedly damaged the home and a car during an argument with his parents before fleeing the home, police said. Police say the found steroids and numerous other drugs in Speziale’s bedroom, and charged him with various drug possession and distribution charges.