Two males who spent a complete day stealing from a number of House Depot’s, Kohl’s and a Goal in Ocean and Monmouth Counties noticed their thievery come to an finish in Stafford Township.
Thursday September 9 was when Stafford Police made the arrests of 50-year previous Ronald Schimbauer of Toms River and 48-year previous Ronald Eckert of South Toms River who at the moment are going through a number of costs associated to their heists at House Depots in Ocean and Monmouth Counties that day.
Stafford Police stated they have been conducting surveillance with their Drug Enforcement Unit on the 2 males once they noticed a Black KIA Soul matching the outline of Schimbauer and Eckert.
Each males have been then seen shoplifting on the Kohl’s and Goal shops in Stafford.
The Stafford Police DEU approached noticed Schimbauer depart Goal and tried to arrest him for Shoplifting, however he tried to run from the Detectives, albeit briefly, as he was then subdued within the parking zone.
With Schimbauer in custody at this level, Eckert, who was driving the Kia Soul, took the chance to drive away.
He was stopped by Stafford Police and was arrested with out incident on Route 72 close to Stafford Park Boulevard.
For his position within the shoplifting spree, Schimbauer was charged with a number of counts of Shoplifting, Felony Try to Shoplift and Resisting Arrest.
The overall quantity of things he allegedly shoplifted on this present day was over $2,500, police stated.
Following his arrest and processing, Schimbauer was transported to Ocean County Jail and will face extra costs.
Eckert was charged with possession of CDS Crack/Cocaine, Possession of CDS Paraphernalia, and a number of counts of Conspiracy to Commit Shoplifting.
Police additionally issued him site visitors summonses for Driving whereas suspended, Operation of a Motor Car whereas Possession of a CDS Narcotic and a number of different motorcar summonses.
The KIA Soul Eckert was driving was seized by the DEU.
Following his arrest and processing, Eckert was launched on a prison criticism summons pending a future court docket look.
“Shoplifting and drug associated offenses are associated as a consequence of the truth that shoplifting results in the black market gross sales of the stolen objects, and in flip is used to purchase, possess and promote narcotics.”