A Dennis Township man has been charged with burglary, theft and criminal mischief in a string of car burglaries in Cumberland County, State Police said.

In February 2018, troopers from the Port Norris station began investigating incidents of personal items being stolen from unlocked cars in Commercial Township.

State Police identified 30-year-old Kenny Calverly as a suspect and issued a warrant for his arrest.

On May 23, troopers were notified that Calverly was arrested in Pennsylvania on an unrelated charge. He was extradited to New Jersey and charged with the burglaries. He is being held in the Cumberland County jail.

— Lauren Carroll

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