Man Intentionally Floods Oakland, NJ, Self-Storage Facility

Police have arrested a man who allegedly flooded the interior of an Access Self Storage facility in Oakland, N.J. Security footage shows Matthew Guarriello, 21, turning on the bathroom sink at the property at 21 Raritan Road and rerouting the water onto the floor. The flood caused more than $5,000 in property damage, according to the source.

Police have arrested a man who allegedly flooded the interior of an Access Self Storage facility in Oakland, N.J. Security footage shows Matthew Guarriello, 21, turning on the bathroom sink at the property at 21 Raritan Road and rerouting the water onto the floor. The flood caused more than $5,000 in property damage, according to the source.

Guarriello, a resident of Franklin Lakes, N.J., surrendered at police headquarters after being contacted by Oakland Police Officer Stephen Broek, who was investigating the case. Guarriello has been charged with criminal mischief.

Founded in 1976, Access Self Storage owns or manages 17 self storage facilities in New Jersey and New York. The portfolio contains more than 12,000 storage units.

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