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Indictment Charges Man Broke Into Route 37 Auto Dealership

Incident occurred in 2011

Indictment Charges Man Broke Into Route 37 Auto Dealership

An Ocean County grand jury indicted a township man with burglary and criminal mischief, charging that he broke into a Route 37 car dealership in 2011. 

The indictment charges John C. Mcevoy with third degree burglary, stating that he "knowingly" entered the Lester Glenn Automotive building on Route 37 east "with the purpose to commit an offense therein" on Oct. 11, 2011. 

Mcevoy also faces a charge of third degree criminal mischief in the same incident, as he "purposely or knowingly did damage the tangible property of Lester Glenn Automotive," the indictment reads.

According to the charge, Mcevoy caused the business in excess of $2,000 in damages. 

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