A burglary and theft spree that triggered an eight-month investigation leads authorities in Toms River and Brick to file a combined 33 charges against a Toms River 31-year-old.

Rajhan R. Davis (Ocean County Jail)

Rajhan R.Davis was apprehended Saturday, March 8, in Winteringham Village, according to information from Toms River police. His bail at the Ocean County Jail was set at $350,000.

Investigators from both townships zeroed in on Davis as the suspect in three burglaries at Bally's Fitness on Chambers Bridge Road in Brick, police said. They determined that Davis used a stolen credit card to place funds on his government-subsidized cell phone, police said. The carrier's records were subpoenaed.

According to police information, a March 6 warrant search of Davis's dwelling revealed stolen property from Toms River and Brick.  Davis was arrested two days later in the parking lot of a Toms River Pathmark, where he was trying to enter cars, police said.

In Toms River, Davis faces eight burglary counts, six charges of credit-card theft, five property-theft charges, three counts each of credit card fraud and attempted credit card fraud, and one count each of identity theft and using a computer-access device for theft.

Brick Township police charged Davis with three counts each of theft and credit-card fraud.

A listing at njarrest.com also delineates the arrest of a Rajhan R. Davis, same age, in Waretown on multiple theft-related charges.