Man charged with Morris Twp. commercial burglaries

MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NJ (Morris County) – The Morris Township Police Department said they arrested a Morris Township man after he allegedly committed multiple burglaries at commercial businesses on Speedwell Avenue, according to Morris Township Police Chief Mark DiCarlo.

David Brady, 46, was charged with burglary, attempted burglary, theft, criminal mischief and possession of burglary tools.

On Jan. 28, a burglary and theft was reported at the Sack’s Shell Gas Station where Brady stole cash, DiCarlo said.

(Photo: David Brady/Courtesy Morris Township Police Department)

On Feb. 4, a burglary and theft was reported at Centro Americanos Restaurant where Brady stole cash. On the same day, he attempted forced entry into the neighboring Mario’s Pizza Restaurant, DiCarlo said.

Morris Township Patrol Officers and Detectives were able to identify Brady as the suspect for the three incidents. He was arrested on Tuesday evening on Max Drive in Morris Township, DiCarlo said.

Brady was released pending a court appearance.

“Residents are encouraged to report suspicious activity at the time it is observed. Residents are also encouraged to take preventative measures to protect their homes from potential burglars. Some preventative tips include making your residence appear occupied, leaving lights on at night only, park a vehicle in your driveway and remove packages and mail from outside your home,” DiCarlo said.

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