Warren County woman charged after caught selling proceeds from White Twp. burglary

BYRAM TOWNSHIP, NJ (Sussex County) – A Warren County woman has been charged for an alleged burglary that occurred in White Township after she allegedly sold proceeds from the burglary in Byram Township.

On November 4, Byram police received information from the New Jersey State Police Washington barracks that proceeds from a burglary in White Township had possibly been sold to a store in Byram, police said.

A state police detective responded and the store surrendered the suspected stolen items, police said.

After a brief investigation, Sarah Irvine of White Township, was charged by the state police with burglary and theft. Byram Township police charged her with trafficking in stolen property.

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By: Jay Edwards Follow on Twitter | Like on Facebook