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Four Arrested in Connection With Multi-County Burglary Spree

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Walter Ivans, 22, of Cookstown Walter Ivans, 22, of Cookstown
Heather Yesuvida, 24, of Cream Ridge Heather Yesuvida, 24, of Cream Ridge
Adam Laczny Adam Laczny
Francisco Chadwick, 25 Francisco Chadwick, 25

New Jersey State police have arrested four people in connection with a burglary ring that may have been responsible for as many as 20 commercial burglaries across 6 Jersey counties.

On April 12, Francisco Chadwick, 25, who was already incarcerated for a drug probation violation, was interviewed and charged with six counts of Burglary and Theft.  He remains in jail.

Three co-conspirators were interviewed and arrested Monday, April 15.  Those arrested include Heather Yesuvida, 24, of Cream Ridge, Walter Ivans, 22, of Cookstown and Adam Laczny.

These arrests capped off the investigation into the burglary of local department stores in Monmouth, Ocean, Burlington, Mercer, Atlantic, and Sussex counties. Several local agencies and the FBI identified Francisco Chadwick as the main suspect.  Chadwick allegedly enlisted Yesuvida, Ivins, and Laczny, as his lookouts and drivers.

Further charges are expected to be filled by police departments that participated in this investigation.


 

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