Hanover Township law enforcement recently arrested two men who allegedly broke into a vehicle parked outside the township municipal building and dumped feces inside the car.
The suspects are a 52-year-old East Hanover resident and a 67-year-old Toms River resident. According to Hanover NJ authorities, the suspects burglarized a car parked outside the Hanover Township municipal building.
In addition to reportedly breaking into the motor vehicle by smashing a window, the suspects allegedly tossed a bucket of feces onto a seat inside the vehicle.
The Hanover Township Police Department got a call about suspicious activity in the township municipal building parking lot on Route 10 and dispatched cops to the scene. When Hanover Township police officers arrived at the lot, they talked to the victim and found out that he might have been intentionally targeted by the suspects.
After being arrested and charged, the suspects were taken to the Morris County Jail in Morristown, NJ. They will be required to appear Morris County Superior Court, which is also located in Morristown NJ, at a later date to address the criminal charges against them.
To learn more about this case, read the DailyRecord.com article, “Duo Charged with Dumping Bucket of Feces into Car in Hanover.”