Two people are facing charges after police in South Jersey broke up a multi-state commercial burglary ring.

This past Friday, the Galloway Township Police Department said it coordinated with officers in Pleasantville, Atlantic City, Stafford Township, and the New Jersey State Police to conduct a multi-jurisdictional operation regarding ongoing commercial burglaries in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

Their investigative work identified two suspects:

  • Police arrested 22-year-old Devin J. Arnold at a home in Galloway.
  • 20-year-old Laqua A. Tucker was located at his home in Pleasantville and surrendered to police.

Arnold and Tucker were processed on their outstanding warrants from numerous jurisdictions and both lodged in the Atlantic County Justice facility pending a future court hearing.

Galloway Township Police Chief Richard D. Barber said in a social media post, "Galloway is proud to work with our fellow law enforcement partners to investigate and solve crime that affects the public throughout New Jersey."

The public is reminded that charges are accusations and all persons are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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