Police recovered items taken in recent car burglaries in James Fred Pitts’ Chelsea Village apartment, according to a press release issued by Chief John Powers.
Pitts, 47, was charged with receiving stolen property from three vehicles. The cars were burglarized on Saturday, Sept. 28 at Peachtree Village on County Road and Oakridge Manor on Cliffwood Avenue.
An investigation into similar incidents is continuing, according to the release. Detective Louis Nanna was the arresting officer.The complaints were served on Pitts at the Monmouth County Correctional Institution where he is currently houses in connection with another Sept. 28 incident. That night, Pitts was charged with possession of heroin, tampering with evidence, and resisting arrest following an incident at Chelsea Village apartments. Police Officer Martin Walsh and Police Officer Raymond Campbell were the arresting officers.