$7000 worth of video games and consoles stolen from New Jersey home. Four suspects chargedBy
$7000 is a lot of merchandise and the fact that someone had that much in the first place is no less surprising than the fact that someone managed to make off with all of it from a Keansburg, New Jersey home. Fortunately, the four people responsible have been apprehended. A statement from Deputy Police Chief Michael Pigott reveals the following charges
Darrell Lee, 39, from Keyport, NJ – charged with conspiracy to commit burglary and conspiracy to commit theft
Jason Rapoza, 39, from Aberdeen, NJ – charged with burglary, theft, conspiracy to commit burglary and conspiracy to commit theft
Robert Johnson Jr., 38, from Keansburg, NJ – charged with with burglary, theft and criminal trespass
Denise Giurceo, 37, from Keansburg, NJ – charged with complicity
According to Pigott, the games were recovered from a used video game store in Holmdel and further investigation lead to the arrests. The PD did not provide photos of the suspects.