Police: Manalapan Man Robs Homes, Cars, Uses Stolen Credit Cards

According to the Manalapan Police Department, Christopher Cavallo has broken into two local homes and cars and used the stolen credit cards.

Christopher Cavallo, 32, of Manalapan, has been arrested by the Manalapan Township Police Department and charged with burglaries, thefts, and using stolen credit cards.

The Salter Court man reportedly burglarized a Manalapan home and their motor vehicle, which was unlocked at the time of the theft. Several packs of cigarettes and a set of Calloway golf clubs, valued at $2,000, were stolen from the vehicle. Cavallo allegedly concealed these golf clubs in the trunk of his car, according to the arrest report.

Cavallo was also charged with the burglary of another Manalapan home and the owner's unlocked car. The victim’s wallet, containing $200 and various credit cards, were stolen. One of these stolen credit cards was used to make a $158.56 purchase at the CVS/Pharmacy on Route 33 as well as a $155.60 and $82.54 purchase at the Wawa on Route 9 in Manalapan on Jan. 24, the same date of the theft, according to police.

He also allegedly used the victim’s Sams Club Discover Card on Jan. 24 and purchased $1,604.99 at the Best Buy in Manalapan. 

Cavallo had been arrested previously by Marlboro Township Police for allegedly burglarizing six cars within the Township during the month of January. He was also arrested by the Freehold Township Police Department for allegedly stealing credit cards from a parked car and using them at two Freehold businesses.

Cavallo is currently remanded in Monmouth County Correctional Institute in default of $75,000 bail out of Manalapan, $60,000 bail out of Marlboro, and $120,000 bail out of Freehold Township.

Robert February 19, 2013 at 12:47 PM
How many times does he have to be arrested until they keep him locked up for good?
m ramachandran February 19, 2013 at 01:17 PM
Why is this person out and committing these crimes again and again and again. Our system is too lenient to criminals. They get away with anything and the hardworking people have to work harder just to remain where they are. Our judges bend over backwards to ensure that they get a fair trial and in the process let them out and allow them to commit the crimes again and again. This has to stop. If you are caught the second time, you should remain locked up for a long time until you are old enough not to commit crimes again. This criminal spree committed by our professional and experienced criminals has to stop. What are our elected legislatures doing?
Paul February 19, 2013 at 02:04 PM
Keep him in there and throw away the key
USMarineDad@Manalapan February 20, 2013 at 08:02 PM
We need Judge Dredd, but instead of the execution....a reeeally good beat down will do.
ANONOUMIOUS February 21, 2013 at 12:34 PM


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