Naked man broke into car, homes, assaulted residents, Absecon police say | Crime

ABSECON — A bare gentleman was arrested soon after breaking into a vehicle and two apartments and assaulting citizens Friday evening, law enforcement reported.

Officers were termed to the Absecon Townhomes and Clayton Mill Run Condominium Complex, law enforcement mentioned Saturday in a information launch. Responding officers uncovered the guy, while nude, approached a auto in the Absecon Townhomes parking whole lot occupied by a juvenile driver.

The person entered the motor vehicle, without permission, and ordered the driver to get him to Clayton Mill Operate off New Highway, law enforcement reported. There, he assaulted the juvenile and then fled with the juvenile’s cellphone.

In the condominium elaborate, the suspect broke into a home occupied by a female and her two small children, law enforcement mentioned. The people fled the house, unharmed, when the suspect was inside of.

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The suspect still left the apartment then broke into yet another apartment immediately after scaling a 2nd-story balcony, law enforcement said. A woman and her infant youngster had been within. The suspect commenced to assault the female, but she was in a position to combat him off, police stated. This triggered the suspect to flee.

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The suspect went into hiding upon the arrival of police. An officer found the suspect, Michael Davis, 37. Davis refused to surrender and led the officer on a foot chase, law enforcement said, but the officer eventually caught Davis and took him into custody.

Davis was charged with 3 counts of burglary, 3 counts of aggravated felony sexual contact, a few counts of lewdness, two counts of endangering the welfare of a boy or girl, prison restraint, theft from a individual, hindering apprehension, obstruction and resisting arrest. He was sent to the Atlantic County jail.

Galloway Township and Pleasantville law enforcement assisted.