Kevin Fanning, 43, from Blue Jacket Avenue, Manahawkin, reportedly smashed windows of the cars in the parking lots and removed property from the vehicles, including pocketbooks and cameras, on July 15.
Police identified Fanning after he was allegedly seen attempting to sell the goods at the Cash Converters in Brick.
Point Pleasant Borough police were advised of the incident and later stopped the vehicle he was allegedly driving in that town.
Fanning was charged with burglary, possession of burglary tools, criminal mischief and numerous motor vehicle violations, including leaving the scene of an accident and failure to report an accident.
Bail has been set at $50,000 with no 10% option.
In a separate matter, Brick police reported that on July 15th and 16th, they responded to the area of Cedar Bridge Manor and Rose Manor Court for reports of five of burglaries to vehicles.
Unknown actor(s) entered the five unlocked vehicles and removed numerous items including sunglasses, cameras and approximately $30 in spare change. These incidents occured through the overnight hours, according to a prepared statement from police.
All the victim’s vehicles were parked in front of or in the driveway of residential homes on Baltic Dr, Sycamore Dr, Rose Manor Ct. and Pine Dr.
In the release, police reminded residents to lock their vehicles when parking their cars and remove any valuable items from their vehicle or keep the valuables out of view.
Anyone with information regarding these burglaries are asked to contact the Brick Township Detective Bureau at 732-262-1120.