More Charges Brought Against Livingston Car Burglar
Wednesday, September 11, 2013 • 7:12am
LIVINGSTON, NJ – Recently captured car burglar Kevin Scanlan, 33, from Lititz, Pa., was brought up on more charges by the Livingston Police Department.
Scanlan was arrested on Sunday, Sept. 1 in Livingston and sent to Ocean County Jail, where he is currently being held for $50,000 bail. He was originally charged in Livingston with burglary into a motor vehicle, criminal mischief into a motor vehicle, credit card theft, credit card fraud and possession of drug paraphernalia for car break-ins at New York Sports Club and the YMCA.
After his arrest, police discovered that Scanlan was also responsible for a car break in at Dieci at 90 W. Mount Pleasant Avenue. The victim reported that on Aug. 29 she had parked her 2012 mini-Cooper in the parking lot of the salon and upon her return she saw her passenger side window was broken and that a blue gym bag was taken off the front seat. A red pickup truck operated by Scanlan was caught on the salon’s video camera.
For this, Scanlan was charged with theft of mobile property, burglary into a motor vehicle and criminal mischief.
Police also concluded the investigation they started at the residence on Keyes Road in Livingston where Scanlan had been staying. They found a box addressed to a lady that lived a few blocks away on Marlo Road which contained $300 worth of ladies' accessories and handbags. This theft took place on Aug. 7 and was reported to UPS. For this, Scanlan was charged with receiving stolen property.
The Livingston Police have sent these new charges, along with the original charges to Superior Court in Newark.
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