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John G. Killian
John G. Killian (Ocean County Prosecutor's Office)
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Admitted Burglar from Middletown Given Four Years Behind Bars

The Middletown 36-year-old who admitted burglarizing nine stores and a car in Ocean County in a five-month span of 2013 is sentenced to four years in New Jersey State Prison.

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Manchester Police still seek Nicholas Graff (L) for three March 24 burglaries. A 17-year-old suspect (R) turned himself into police.  (Manchester Police)
Manchester Police still seek Nicholas Graff (L) for three March 24 burglaries. A 17-year-old suspect (R) turned himself into police. (Manchester Police)
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One Caught, One Sought in Manchester Store Burglaries

A Manchester Township 17-year-old admits his role in burglaries of three Whiting businesses, but a second suspect is still outside police grasp.

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Ocean Gate Handyman A Mite Too Handy, Say Lakewood Police

A handyman from Ocean Gate is suspected of having busy hands in a Lakewood townhouse community.

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Brick Township Man Held in Burglary Spree, Second Suspect Sought

A rash of 10 burglaries and attempts at Brick Township shops last weekend leads investigators to a man who lives near the scene of the crimes.

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Petty Thefts Spring Up in Lakewood

Thefts and burglaries in different sections of Lakewood Monday have police on the prowl for suspects.

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Sketch of Manchester looting suspect
Sketch of Manchester looting suspect (Manchester Police)
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Recognize This Manchester Break-In Suspect?

A rash of break-in burglaries in Manchester's Pine Lake Park section have homeowners on edge and police on alert. Based on witness descriptions, police have developed a composite sketch and they're asking anyone who recognizes him to step up.

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Robert Kovacs
Robert Kovacs (Brick Police)
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Do You Recognize This Burglary Suspect?

If your Sandy-damaged home was looted before you could return to it, and the burglary suspect captured by Brick Township police Monday looks familiar, investigators want to hear from you.

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NJ’s Spike In Burglaries The Catalyst For New Bill [AUDIO]

Under current New Jersey law, all burglary offenses are third-degree crimes, unless a burglar was armed with an explosive or deadly weapon or had inflicted or threatened to inflict bodily injury on any victims.

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Brick Township Joins Burglary-Plagued Ocean County Communities

Homes in Brick Township join a growing list of dwellings throughout Ocean County being looted in broad daylight, and the suspects remain outside the grasp of police in each community.

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