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New Details On Three-Town Burglary Arrest

Bradley Beach man believed to be behind string of break-ins

Wall Police on Thursday released new details related to the

Michael C. Hanisch, 44, of Ocean Park Ave. in Bradley beach was arrested Tuesday during the commission of a residential burglary in Aberdeen Township. Also arrested was Alice Anderson, 50, of Hollywood Avenue in Howell, Lt. Walter Pomphrey said.

The arrests were the result of a month-long investigation involving Wall police and investigators from Ocean Township and Aberdeen, Pomphrey said.

In mid-April, Hanisch was stopped in his 1997 blue Ford Econoline work van by Wall Patrolman Adam Cox. A van fitting this description was seen at several of he daytime burglaries in five Monmouth County towns over the past two months, Pomphrey said.

Wall detectives periodically checked up on Hanisch, with assistance from Bradley Beach and the Ocean Township Police Departments, Pomphrey said.

On Tuesday police followed Hanisch and a woman into Aberdeen, where he was parked in the driveway of a Lloyd Road home. The front door of the home was forced open and Hanisch was arrested while he was carrying a television to the front door, Pomphrey said.

Anderson, Hanisch's accomplice, was hiding in a bedroom closet, Pomphrey said.

The pair were taken to Aberdeen police department and charged with one count each of third degree burgalry, third degree theft and third degree criminal mischief. Bail was set at $82,500 each, Pomphrey said.

Both were then given over to Wall police where Hanisch was addtionally charged with one count of burglary and theft stemming from a residential burglary in Wall on April 18 and an additional count of criminal attempt to commit burglary. Bail was set at $45,000. Anderson faced no additional charges, Pomphrey said.

Additional charges are forthcoming, Pomphrey said.

Barney Fife May 14, 2012 at 02:14 PM
June 2002 Woman Faces Charges In Break-In At Deli GUILFORD -- A New Jersey woman is facing burglary charges in connection with an overnight break-in at a Route 1 eatery. Police are looking for two other people that were allegedly working with Alice Anderson, 40, of Farmingdale, N.J., who was found hiding in the woods near Deli Unlimited just after midnight Monday. She was arraigned a few hours later in New Haven Superior Court on charges of second-degree burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary, first-degree criminal mischief and interfering with an officer. Her bail was set at $50,000, but her next court date was not available late Monday. Police received a report of three people near the rear of the deli. When they arrived they discovered the door had been pried open and evidence that the safe had been disturbed, but not opened, said Chief Thomas Terribile. The burglary apparently had been interrupted before anything was stolen, he said. A police dog found Anderson hiding in the woods, but the two others remained at-large. despite an extensive search using a police dog and helicopter.

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