Suspect In Verizon Warehouse Burglaries Caught Red Handed

arrested by lpd tlsPolice have arrested a suspect they believe is responsible for multiple burglaries at the Verizon warehouse, after he was caught burglarizing the warehouse earliy this morning, Detective Captain Paul Daly tells TLS. At approximately 2:25 a.m. this morning, officers Anthony Carabello and Michael Marzocca arrested Manchester resident Jason Terhune, 27, while stealing material from the warehouse.

The officers were patrolling the area when they noticed a gate of the warehouse partially open, and exited their vehicles to investigate.

Upon entering the warehouse, the officers witnessed a man underneath one of the Verizon trucks, Daly said. The man – who had parked his vehicle across the road on Cross Street – was found with a shopping cart with stolen materials inside, and was immediately arrested. 

His van also contained bolt cutters.

Police believe the suspect – who has a history of similar arrests – is also responsible for the other four break-ins at the same location which all took place within a four week span, as earlier reported.

Police are also trying to determine if the suspect is connected to a burglary at the JCP&L warehouse which occurred last night, Daly says.

Terhone was charged with one count of Burglary and one count of Theft and is currently being transferred to Ocean County Jail where he will be held on $20,000 bail. TLS

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  1. Hey number one, if you look at the first reports, Verizon LEFT their doors open. Sound similar to other fools in this town who don’t lock their homes or cars and then blame the police for their houses being burglarized. I’m sure this had nothing to do with Verizon being lackadaisical with securing their doors. Why not just put a sign out front that says, “Hello please come rob me”

    And let me ask you number one. How angry would you be if for 10 hours a cop did nothing but sit at Verizon and not patrol the rest of his assigned area. I think you would be very angry to hear that.

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