33 Theft-Related Charges in Two Towns for Toms River Suspect
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 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.