SOMERDALE, N.J. (CBS) — Police have recognized the person suspected of slashing fifty two tires on Camden County emergency automobiles.
Edward J. Holmes III, fifty one, faces a number of fees following his alleged acts of vandalism.
In response to police, they have been capable of match Holmes because the alleged vandal after a photograph of him was circulated and he was later recognized him as the person who went to Camden Metro Police Division at eleven:30 p.m. Sunday to report his bicycle stolen.
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Police consider Holmes resides at a homeless shelter within the Camden space. Additionally they say he’s recognized to journey between Camden and Somerdale.
The Somerdale Police have charged Holmes with 10 counts of legal mischief for injury to emergency automobiles, three counts of felony mischief for injury to non-public, possession of a weapon for an illegal objective, illegal possession of a weapon, sure individuals to not have weapons, legal trespass/peering in a dwelling and felony trespass.
The full value of injury to the automobiles vandalized is about $9,one hundred.