Burglaries to Riverside Public Works and Sewage Authority
Suspect Arrested Twice within 24 hours
This past Saturday, April 9, 2022, while on patrol, a Riverside Police Officer noticed a vehicle illegally parked outside the Riverside Township Public Works yard along Monroe Street. He also noticed a male at the rear of the car, holding a chainsaw. The yard was closed at that time. As the officer parked to investigate, the male disappeared behind a wooded area only to return empty handed. The investigation led the officer to discover that the male, identified as Jeffrey L. Bryski of Delanco, NJ had illegally entered the fenced in area of the yard and was attempting to steal several chainsaws, bicycles and other tools. He was taken into custody and charged with Burglary, Trespassing, Theft and Tampering with Evidence. Bryski was issued several summonses and released pending a court appearance.
On the following day, Sunday, April 10, 2022, the Riverside Police were contacted by an employee of the Riverside Sewage Authority, which is adjacent to the Riverside Public Works yard. The employee found numerous saws, tools and landscaping equipment piled up at the rear of the property. Another investigation ensued and it was determined that Jeffrey L. Bryski had re-entered the Public Works yard after he was released from police custody the previous day. The officers determined that Bryski removed this property from the Public Works yard, again, and stored it at the rear of the Sewage Authority yard with intent to steal it.
Bryski was charged, again, with Burglary, Trespassing and Theft. He was located, arrested and lodged at the Burlington County Correctional Facility in Mt. Holly pending a detention hearing.
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