BRICK – A Brick man was charged after police stated he was concerned in a burglary at an apartment complex on Tuesday.
On Nov. 14, officers responded to the Kentwood Village Flats for a burglary in progress, in keeping with Brick Township Police. The sufferer, who was not residence, noticed a person on a safety digital camera contained in the apartment and was capable of give police an outline of the topic.
Inside minutes, officers have been at the scene and located a male matching the outline and working from the apartment, police stated. Patrolman Matt Farnkopf ordered the suspect to cease, however he refused and continued to run. After a brief foot chase, Farnkopf apprehended the suspect on Route 70.
Police stated the suspect – recognized as 34-year-old Joshua R. Guarino – was discovered to be in possession of girls’s clothes and jewellery. Solely a few of the objects in Guarino’s possession have been claimed by the reporting particular person, so police consider there are further victims.
Guarino was charged with burglary, theft, obstruction, possession of a managed harmful substance, resisting arrest and interference with transportation, in keeping with police. He was taken to and processed at Brick Police Headquarters and lodged in Ocean County Jail.
Brick Township Police are urging anybody with data on Guarino to contact Detective Ryan Talty at 732-262-1170.
Jenna Calderón covers breaking information and chilly instances in Monmouth and Ocean counties. Earlier than coming to the Press, she lined The Queen Metropolis for Cincinnati Journal in Ohio. Contact her at 330-590-3903; [email protected]
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