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Police Investigating Two Reports of Stolen Jewelry

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Two residents reported burglaries to their homes on April 1, with thousands of dollars in jewelry stolen.

A Papen Road resident reported that someone forcibly entered the house April 1 and removed jewelry with an approximate value of $200.

A Compton Way resident reported that someone forcibly entered the home on the same day and removed jewelry with an approximate value of $10,000.

Bridgewater Township Police are also reporting a number of thefts throughout town at the end of March.

  • Tatiana Darcy, 30, of Garwood, was charged with shoplifting after allegedly being found with $306 worth of merchandise from Marshalls March 26. Darcy was processed and released pending a municipal court appearance.
  • An Oak Street resident reported March 26 that his motor vehicle was stolen from his driveway in the overnight hours. The unoccopied vehicle was recovered in Newark March 28.
  • Shannon Avrette, 43, of Plainfield, was charged with shoplifting March 31 when he was allegedly found with $59 worth of merchandise from the Victoria's Secret Pink Store in the Bridgewater Commons Mall. Avrette was charged with shoplifting and possession of burglar's tools. He was processed and released pending a municipal court appearance.
  • Lucille Grassi, 66, of North Brunswick, was arrested April 1 after allegedly being found with $178 worth of merchandise from Macy's at the Bridgewater Commons Mall. Grassi was charged with shoplifting, possession of burglar's tools and defiant trespassing. She was processed and released pending a municipal court appearance.
Editor's Note: This article relies on information provided by law enforcement officials and the subjects are presumed innocent. If notified of changes to the charges or their outcome, TAPinto.net will update this report.

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