The New Jersey State Police have arrested Michael Guzman, 38, and David Voight, 27, both of Manalapan, for a string of car burglaries in Monmouth County.
According to NJ State Police, during April, troopers from Troop “C” Hamilton Station began investigating multiple car burglaries in Millstone Township and Upper Freehold Township.
Troopers discovered that 20 vehicles were burglarized in the area and that various items were stolen.
While investigating these crimes, troopers obtained surveillance footage from a residence that captured two suspects burglarizing several vehicles.
Through various investigative means, troopers identified Guzman and Voight as the suspects.
NJ State Police said on April 27, detectives from Hamilton Station, along with members of the State Police Fugitive Unit, located and arrested Guzman and Voight at their residence in Manalapan.
During the ongoing investigation, a search warrant was executed at the residence and Voight’s vehicle.
As a result, detectives recovered numerous items linked to the burglaries that will be returned to the victims in this case.
Michael Guzman and David Voight were charged with burglary and theft. They were lodged at the Monmouth County Jail.
Charges are mere accusations, and the accused are considered innocent until proven guilty.