Shoplifting Charge Leads to Discovery of Outstanding Warrants

Toms River man allegedly stole batteries from Home Depot; found to have outstanding warrants

A Holiday City at Silverton man was charged with shoplifting from a home improvement store and later found to have over $12,000 in outstanding warrants.

Thomas Fiorillo, 29, was charged with shoplifting over $350 worth of DeWalt batteries from Home Depot, said Chief of Police Michael Mastronardy.

Upon further investigation, police found that Fiorillo had several outstanding arrest warrants including a no bail warrant from Essex County, $10,000 from Brick, $1,000 from Manchester, $1,150 from Woodbridge, and $500 from Asbury Park and Kenilworth, Mastronardy said.

According to the Ocean County Department of Corrections, Fiorillo is being held in the Ocean County Jail.

wookfish December 28, 2012 at 05:39 PM
why does this dirt-bag keep getting out on bond? revoke them all and keep his a$$ locked up.
suz December 28, 2012 at 07:12 PM
Just another grandchild (?) living with his grandparents, or perhaps parents, in a retirement community and he is just a thief! Shame on him...jerk.
Lucie47 December 28, 2012 at 07:32 PM
If he is 29 years old, how is it that he is living in Holiday City?
bayway mike December 28, 2012 at 09:09 PM
Betcha he fails a pee test..Just saying..


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