The alleged burglar behind multiple car burglaries and thefts in the Two River area will now also have to face charges of fraudulent credit card use as well.
According to documents, Kimberly Campo of Sea Bright is accused of charging goods totalling $275 over two occasions to a stolen credit card allegedly obtained during car burglaries in the borough.
An appearance in Monmouth County Court today is expected to set Campo's bail at $5,000. This is in addition to last week's initial appearance in the case which set Campo's bail at $20,000 for multiple burglary charges.
Campo also faces similar charges in Shrewsbury and Little Silver where.