Toms River Police have made two arrests in connection to separate burglaries that have taken place over the past month in the township.

Two Toms River detectives made an arrest of a man wanted for a burglary that took place on October 18 at the Auto Shopper Office on Irons Street.

Isaiah Olden and an alleged accomplice broke into the business through a bathroom window and grabbed $1,000.00 in petty cash from an envelope under the desk and then fled.

During the time of this incident, police say the men knew the owner was out of town and both had knowledge of the money that was left in the office.

Olden was charged with burglary and theft and released on a summons.

His alleged accomplice hasn't been charged as of yet as the investigation is ongoing.

Isaiah Olden. (Ocean County Jail)

Toms River Police made quick work of an investigation into residential burglaries this week in the northern part of town along Vincenzo Drive, Longest Drive and Pheasant Hollow.

As a result, Davon Cody, 28, of Brick was arrested and charged with two counts of burglary and theft.

He was released under New Jersey Bail Reform Guidelines.

Davon Cody, 28, of Brick. (Ocean County Jail)

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