NJ State Police Arrest Howell Man Wanted for Burglarizing Self-Storage Facility, Theft

The New Jersey State Police have arrested Christopher Woods, 56, of Howell, for allegedly committing several burglaries at storage facility in Upper Freehold Township.

According to a statement released by NJ State Police, on Friday, July 3, troopers from Hamilton Station began investigating multiple burglaries at the Store and Lock Self Storage facility in Cream Ridge.

Offcials say, as a result of the investigation, troopers identified Woods as the suspect of three burglaries at the facility during the month of May.

Troopers determined on three separate occasions Woods used bolt cutters and stole approximately $ 5,000 worth of personal property. Offcials say Troopers also discovered he failed to reimburse the facility for contracted services on numerous occasions totaling $1500.

Troopers located Woods later that day at a residence in Howell and arrested him without incident. Christopher Woods was charged with burglary of a commercial structure and theft of services. He was released pending a court date.