Clementon, NJ – “Smokey” breaks into woman’s home – FREE TO GO under NJ Bail Reform

Matthew Medina (aka “Smokey”), 30, of Waterford Township, was charged with criminal trespassing after he allegedly tried to force his way into a woman’s home in Clementon.  Medina is now FREE TO GO under NJ Bail Reform.

 

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Man caught trying to break into woman’s home, police said

(The incident was reported by NJ.com – Feb 10, 2017)

A South Jersey man was arrested Tuesday after borough police caught him allegedly breaking into a woman’s home. 

Matthew Medina, 30, of Waterford Township. 

It was just before 10:20 p.m. on Feb. 7 when police responded to Atlantic Avenue for the breaking and entering call. According to Clementon police, responding officers were able to locate and arrest the alleged suspect.

According to the female victim, 30-year-old Matthew Medina was allegedly trying to forcibly enter her home through a rear door.

Medina, of the Atco section of Waterford Township, was charged with criminal trespass and sent to the Camden County Jail ahead of a detention hearing.

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