A Jersey Metropolis teenager has been charged with breaking into two Hoboken garages and stealing a minimum of three bicycles, authorities mentioned.
When police arrested 18-year-old Brayn Martinez at 3:43 a.m. on Aug. 25, he was using one bicycle and carrying two others on his shoulders, Hoboken Lt. Danilo Cabrera mentioned. Police additionally discovered that Martinez was in possession of bank cards with three totally different names and drug paraphernalia.
The 18-year-old was charged with housebreaking, theft, bank card theft, hindering apprehension, contempt and possession of drug paraphernalia after police mentioned he broke right into a storage at Fifth and Madison streets, Cabrera mentioned. Martinez was taken to Hudson County jail and two days later he was charged for a bicycle theft from a storage within the space of Newark and Jefferson streets on Aug. 17.
Martinez was arrested after cops Jesse Castellano and Joseph Spano noticed him with the bicycles at Third and Madison streets. The investigation led them to a residential storage at Fifth and Madison, and police discovered that the doorway door gave the impression to be bent on the backside storage lockers had been ransacked.
On Aug. 27, Detective Vito Gigante recognized Martinez because the suspect within the Aug. 17 bicycle theft.