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Edison Police Arrest 2 in Three-County Burglary spree

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Edison, NJ - A New Brunswick man and his Milltown accomplice face four counts of burglary and four counts of criminal mischief, so far, in connection with a rash of residential burglaries in Middlesex, Mercer and Union counties, police said.

Edison police detectives arrested Enoch Brimage, 50, of New Brunswick, and Kimberly Zubrycki, 38, of Milltown, for their alleged roles in a spree of residential break-ins that began in November 2015, ending a three-month investigation, police said.

“These arrests resulted from meticulous and highly professional police work conducted in cooperation with a number of other communities. I could not be prouder,” said Police Chief Thomas Bryan, noting that the pair may be responsible for up to 40 burglaries including several in nearby Woodbridge.

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The couple's arrested came on Jan. 18 after police Detective Matt Lechelt, from Edison's Special Operations Group (SOG), compared burglary patterns and evidence from towns throughout Middlesex, Union and Mercer counties.

Based on Lechelt's research, Brimage and Zubrycki may face additional charges from police departments in a number of other communities. Brimage is being held at the Middlesex County Adult Corrections Center in North Brunswick on $100,000 bail. Zubryki has been released on her own recognizance.

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