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3 Residential Burglaries, 2 Attempts Last Week

Please be cautious of local intruders

The are reporting three residential burglaries last week and two attempts.

Residential Burglaries:

  • On April 9, Manalapan Ptl. Adam Sosnowski responded to a burglary report at a home on Tennent Road at 3:45 p.m. Sosnowski discovered that an individual gained entry to the home by breaking a window in the back of the home. Once inside, the burglar stole money, a laptop computer, a game console and various jewelry, police said. Detective Reginald Grant also responded and processed the scene. 
  • On April 11, shortly after 8 p.m., a Manalapan woman told Manalapan police that an unknown individual had entered her home on Conover Lane and removed a variety of jewelry, according to police. The 38-year-old woman told police that the burglar had gained entry through an unlocked rear door. Ptl. Joseph DeFilippis, Ptl. Mike Hoppock, and Detective Reginald Grant are investigating this incident.
  • At approximately 9:30 a.m. on April 15, an Apache Drive homeowner called the police and reported the theft of two cameras and one bracelet from his home. The homeowner told police that the there items were taken sometime within the past week and that there was no sign of forced entry into his home or any known suspects. Ptl Charles Mazzato took the report.

 

Attempts:

  • Between 9:05 p.m. and 9:45 p.m. on April 13, two male suspects entered a home on Willow Grove Way but cutting the window screen at the back of the home and prying the window open. The men entered into the home through the window and gained access to a green room, police said. Nothing was stolen from the home. The men were seen driving a newer model white Mercedes sports coupe C-Class. The case is pending further investigation and is being handled by Ptl. Robert Herring.
  • On April 15 sometime between 12:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. the front door of a home on Sheridan Road was splintered. The door was double-paned glass and the outer glass was cracked. According to police, it had appeared to be sturck with a blunt object, but no entry into the home was gained by the supposed intruder. The door is valued at $2,700, police said. Ptl. Eric Voorand is investigating.

 

 

 

George Hartigan April 20, 2012 at 05:37 PM
It is scary. I think a neighboorhood watch is a great idea. I wonder if the police department would endorse it. A buglary is bad enough, what scares me is how it can turn into robbery if someone is home. We have Patch to thank for reporting on all this activity. We don't get this breath of coverage in the NT or APP.
marcia April 20, 2012 at 06:05 PM
Nosy neighbors and barking dogs make for the best community watch from a personal perspective. Firearms don't hurt either.
Curious George April 20, 2012 at 07:09 PM
Just what we need...Another George Zimmerman on guard!
marcia April 20, 2012 at 08:38 PM
Did YOU already declare him GUILTY?! As for the laws in Florida vs. NJ, they are VERY different! I was NOT referring to carrying anything on you but I was talking about the Second Amendment!
Curious George April 20, 2012 at 09:01 PM
My whole thread was tongue in cheek to see what comes up. I sort of expected some of this. The second amendment does not override all the constitutional protections that a person has regarding innocent until proven guilty, trial in front of judge and or jury and a fair sentencing if convicted. These ridiculous laws in too many states take all those constitutional protections away when they say that anyone can become judge, jury and executioner because they think they are threatened. The second amendment was never intended to be used that way but the NRA has poured so much money into the pockets of the politicians that they can't afford to vote for any kind of limits on how guns are used. The NRA is even drafting the legislation that the politicians are proposing.

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