who was once cited as a hero for rescuing a woman from a burning building has been indicted on credit card theft, fraud and burglary charges stemming from June and July incidents in Shrewsbury and Red Bank.An area man
Womble, 53, of 33 Evergreen Terrace, Red Bank, was arrested in
Shrewsbury in July and charged with credit card theft and fraud after he
allegedly stole American Express, Sunoco and Visa cards from someone on
July 1 and used them between July 2 and 3 to "obtain money, goods or
services or anything else of value from Super Save Market and/or Exxon
Super Save Market and/or Red Bank Shell," according to the indictment,
signed by Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni.
was also indicted on two counts of burglary and two counts of theft of
moveable property after he was arrested on charges that he allegedly
burglarized two cars in Red Bank: one on June 4, from which he allegedly
stole $1,160 in cash; and another on June 10, from which he allegedly
stole a cell phone and cash valued at $700, the indictment said.
burglary and theft of moveable property charges are third-degree
crimes; and the credit card theft and fraudulent use of a credit card
charges are fourth- and third-degree crimes, respectively.
* An indictment does not constitute a conviction.
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