According to The Star-Ledger, Eric Allred, 25, Natalie Johnson, 27, and Michael Blackman, 19, are suspects in several burglaries at local floral shops, farm stands and garden centers that have occurred in small towns over the last few weeks.
The Morris County Sheriff's Office teamed up with the Montville Police Department to apprehend the suspects. Investigators were able to use video surveillance system footage to connect the three suspects to a burglary in Boonton Township. Allred, Johnson and Blackman implicated themselves in the other burglaries while talking with police.
The suspects are facing multiple charges, including criminal trespassing and theft, burglary, criminal mischief and conspiracy to commit burglary.
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