polo ralph lauren factory 1M jewelry store burglary spree
FLEMINGTON Two men involved in a three county burglary spree have been indicted by a Hunterdon County grand jury on a count each of third degree conspiracy to commit burglary.
The charges against Michael A Davis, 54, of Irvington, and Terrance Worthy, 59, of Newark, were announced in an indictment unsealed in June. The charges stem from a burglary reported on Dec. 6, 2016, at the Polo Ralph Lauren Outlet in Liberty Village in Flemington, according to court documents.
Davis was also indicted on third degree burglary and second degree theft charges in connection with an Oct. 29, 2016, theft of over $100,000 in jewelry from Sherman Jewelers in Raritan Township.
Davis was charged in December with breaking into six jewelry stores throughout Central Jersey since June of last year and making off with nearly $1 million in merchandise, it was previously reported.
Trio charged in $1M jewelry store burglary spree
Davis had accomplices in three of the break ins, including Worthy, who faced one count of conspiracy. The burglaries occurred between June 7 and Dec.
“Davis broke into stores in the early morning hours and took a variety of jewels and watches valued at nearly $1 million,” the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office said in a statement announcing the arrests in December.
Worthy was charged in the Polo Ralph Lauren burglary.
Davis was held $195,000 bail while Worthy was released on his own recognizance, the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office stated. The investigation involved 17 law enforcement agencies, including the FBI and out of state law departments.