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11 Arrested in Rash of Lacey Burglaries

Thefts of jewelry were estimated at $50,000

Eleven Ocean County residents have been arrested and charged in connection to the rash of burglaries that occurred over the course of two months in Lacey Township.

From September to November, Lacey Police responded to 15 residential burglaries, most of which occurred during the daytime hours, Detective Sgt. Chris Cornelius said. In each burglary, the homes were entered through unlocked doors and windows.

In most cases, jewelry was stolen from the master bedroom of the homes, he said. The thefts have an estimated value of nearly $50,000.

The following suspects are being held at the Ocean County Jail in lieu of outstanding bails, which are listed below:

  • Nicole Such, 20, charged with five counts of burglary and five counts of theft, bail set at $75,000;
  • William Fischer, 21, charged with two counts of receiving stolen property, burglary and theft, bail set at $50,000;
  • Steven Doell, 25, charged with receiving stolen property, two counts of burglary and theft, bail set at $30,000;
  • Kenneth Novack, 23, charged with receiving stolen property, two counts of burglary and theft, bail set at $30,000;
  • Joseph Suckiel, 21, charged with three counts of burglary, three charges of theft and possessing a scanner while committing a crime, bail set at $62,500;
  • Thomas Suckiel, 19, charged with burglary, theft and conspiracy to commit burglary, posted his $30,000 bail and was released;
  • Brian Hennessey, 24, charged with two counts of burglary, theft and failure to return mislaid property, bail set at $20,000;
  • Jamie Okane, 20, charged with burglary, no bail as she allegedly violated probation;
  • Renae Milko, 22, charged with burglary, theft and conspiracy to commit burglary, bail set at $50,000;
  • Gabriella Terrill, 22, charged with burglary, theft and conspiracy, no bail, as she allegedly violated probation;
  • Joseph Hover, 25, charged with two counts of burglary, two counts of theft and criminal attempt to commit burglary, bail set at $50,000.

The aforementioned people were all from Lacey, except Milko, who resides in Waretown.

The arrests were made after detectives recovered stolen pieces of jewelry and pawn slips, received information from neighbors, conducted numerous interviews of suspects and recovered physical evidence, Cornelius said.

In addition to the charges, future testimony will be provided to an Ocean County grand jury which will consider additional indictments, he said.

The following graph breaks down the burglaries and charges:

Location of Home Burglarized Accused Charges Lake Barnegat Drive Nicole Such Burglary, theft William Fischer Receiving Stolen Property Adolphus Street Nicole Such Burglary, theft Deerhead Lake Drive Nicole Such Burglary, theft William Fischer Burglary, theft Center Street Nicole Such Burglary, theft William Fischer Receiving Stolen Property Llewellyn Parkway Steven Doell Receiving Stolen Property Kenneth Novak Receiving Stolen Property Kent Drive Joseph Suckiel Burglary, theft Kenneth Novak Burglary, theft Sheffield Drive Joseph Suckiel Burglary, theft, possessing a scanner while committing a crime Thomas Suckiel Burglary, theft Nantucket Drive Steven Doell Burglary, theft Brian Hennessey Burglary, theft Tampa Road Steven Doell Burglary Kenneth Novak Burglary Jamie Okane Burglary Hollywood Drive Joseph Suckiel Burglary Thomas Suckiel Conspiracy to Commit Burglary Brian Hennessey Burglary Independence Drive Joseph Suckiel Theft Brian Hennessey Failure to Return Mislaid Property Bullard Road Renae Milk Burglary, theft, conspiracy to commit burglary Gabriella Terrill Burglary, theft, conspiracy Cabot Street Joseph Hover Burglary, theft Shady Brook Drive Joseph Hover Criminal Attempt to Commit Burglary Conifer Drive Joseph Hover Burglary, theft

Terrill was previously charged with possession of cocaine and possession of oxycodone in January, indicted in April on two counts of fraudulent use of a credit card and charged with shoplifting in May

Milko was previously indicted in September 2011 on a charge of stealing jewelry, indicted in November 2011 on charges of burglarizing a home and taking and selling more than $500 in jewelry; and charged with burglary, theft and conspiracy to commit burglary in September.

Joseph Suckiel was indicted in November 2011 on charges of burglarizing a home and taking and selling more than $500 in jewelry with Milko.

JAKE 2 January 08, 2013 at 05:06 PM
yes , your right !!!! i teach in a high school in TOMS River.... these kids think its great to try it but have no idea of the conquences they are in for, for the rest of their lives.... jail is not the answer ... i agree .... thats why the rehabs are so full.....its just a mess , and so depressing !!! i wish i had the answer.... i am not an addict , nor do i have a addictive personality.. so i dont get it... i say just quit and move on... but it s not that easy .......the pain pill addiction and heroin is one of the hardest addictions to break !!! it s awful...
VoiceofReason January 21, 2013 at 05:58 PM
Send your kid to rehab already - addicted 3 years? Jeez...no wonder things are still bad in Lacey. Parents don't do anything to help
VoiceofReason January 21, 2013 at 06:05 PM
Drug addiction isn't the same as a kid being SICK "JAKE 2" - being sick is having the flu or a stomach bug. No one wants your drug addicted kids around breaking into homes and stealing things that people work hard for. My home was robbed of many many things by said DRUG ADDICTS. It's ridiculous and unacceptable. If your a parent of a drug addict - SEND THEM TO REHAB, TURN THEM IN TO THE POLICE. Get them off the street and out of strangers homes robbing things that people work damn hard to earn. Your just as guilty as they are JAKE 2
VoiceofReason January 21, 2013 at 06:06 PM
Hey newsflash! Robbery is a crime. you shouldn't have to barracade your HOME to protect yourself from a dirt bag dope head. Who the hell wants to constantly live in fear.
Jessie January 22, 2013 at 02:11 PM
I'm just tired of my family being wrongfully slander because before a trial even comes Lacey patch is putting them guilty?

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