Aberdeen PD: Two Neighbors Break Window To Enter Another Neighbor's House

A man and a woman who reside at two different addresses on Salem Place in Cliffwood, off County Road, are charged by Aberdeen Police with allegedly breaking into a neighbor's house through a rear kitchen window. 

Police officers found the two people asleep on the floor of the dark kitchen, said Aberdeen Police Chief John Powers. A complaint warrant from the Monmouth County Superior Courts states the couple hid on the floor, pretending to be asleep. 

Robert J. Isaksen, 46, and Mary J. Enright, 50, are accused of criminal trespass and criminal mischief. The broken window may take $500 worth of repair. 

Both were transported to the Monmouth County Correctional Institution in Freehold on $2,500 bail and have since been released pending municipal court appearances. 


Sal Anthony May 31, 2014 at 09:22 AM
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