Man Charged with Burglaries in Middletown and Red Bank
A Bloomfield man was arrested and charged with the alleged burglary of one Middletown home and three Red Bank homes.
The Middletown Township Police Department arrested a Bloomfield man last week for his alleged role in the burglary of four area homes.
Zecariah J. Hubbard, 20, of Bloomfield, faces 12 charges of burglary, theft, and conspiracy, after he allegedly burglarized one Middletown home and three Red Bank homes.
According to the indictment, Hubbard allegedly entered a home on Alexander Court in Middletown on Tuesday, June 5; a home on Campbell Court in Red Bank on Thursday, May 31; a home on Hubbard Avenue and a home on West Front Street in Red Bank on Monday, June 4.
After entering each home Hubbard allegedly took over $500 of moveable property. The indictment explains that some of the items taken from the homes include jewelry, medication, and electronic equipment.
Hubbard’s charges of conspiracy come from him allegedly working with Andrew Kimmet to commit the alleged burglaries and thefts.
Hubbard has been remanded to the Monmouth County Correctional Institution on $55,000 bail.