GLASSBORO — A man caught running from a house he allegedly broke into and the driver of an alleged getaway car were arrested in Glassboro Friday afternoon.
Police were notified at 1:36 p.m. that a man had kicked in the side door of a residence on Azure Lane, then entered the house.
Officers arrived and set up a perimeter and, as officers entered the side door, Michael Germer, of Sewell, fled through the front door, said police.
Sgt. Michael Dowd pursued on foot. Germer tried to get into a vehicle that was parked down the street, with Alyssa Boyle, of Pennsauken, behind the wheel, police said.
Germer fell to the ground after failing to get into the moving vehicle, said police. He was subdued by Dowd, but allegedly continued to resist, police said.
Germer was charged with burglary, theft conspiracy to commit burglary and resisting arrest and was jailed in default of $25,000 full cash bail, said police.
Boyle was charged with conspiracy to commit burglary and conspiracy to commit theft and was jailed in lieu of $10,000 full cash bail, police said.
Germer dropped a towel containing numerous pieces of jewelry he allegedly had taken from the residence, said police.