Jackson Maintenance Worker Who Stole $4,500 In Cash And Apple Watch Sentenced To Prison

Troy Jones, 59, a former maintenance worker in Jackson, was sentenced to 364 days in the Ocean County Jail and three years of probation by Judge Dina M. Vicari. Jones was found guilty of Burglary and Theft on March 20, following a nearly two-week jury trial.

The charges stemmed from an incident on December 22, 2021, at a residence in the Gardens at Jackson Twenty-One apartment complex. The occupants returned home from work to find $4,500 in cash and an Apple watch missing. An investigation revealed that Jones, a maintenance worker at the complex, used a master key to enter the residence and steal the items.

Jones was charged with burglary and theft on January 12, 2022, and surrendered himself at Jackson Township Police Headquarters the next day. He was processed and released under New Jersey Bail Reform.

Jones’ sentence includes a 364-day jail term as a condition of his three-year probationary term.

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