Police Nab Suspected Burglar

arrested_lpd_tls_picPolice yesterday nabbed a suspected burglar after he attempted to use a credit card allegedly stolen from a Lakewood home several months ago, sources tell TLS. The owner of the credit card called police after he was alerted about someone attempting to use his reported stolen credit card, at a local convenience store.

Police obtained video surveillance from the store and were able to identify the suspect’s vehicle.

Some time later, a Detective spotted the vehicle and pulled it over.

The suspect was found with the stolen credit card in his possession, and was taken into custody.

Charges are pending. TLS-16.

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  1. I had my cc stolen in Brooklyn and it was used in a gas station. I called the NYPD “New Yorks Finest,” they basically laughed at me! Hats off the LPD for a great job!

  2. Take a look at how “new yorks finest” present themselves within their uniforms. they look like slobs. Shirts not tucked in. Unshaven. Chewing tobacco & spitting on the street. etc

    So with that said- do you really expect them to work in a similar diligent & scrupulous manor that our fine NJ LEO’s do?

    doubt it.

  3. Back off…. New York City does not even compare to Lakewood, New Jersey. The only comparison is that you all are relocating here. To #3 , don’t think New Yorks finest first priority is your stolen credit card. With so much violence there, that should be the last thing they investigate. Go back to Brooklyn or wherever you came from and give us back the Lakewood we once knew.

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